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microdot

1. a microcopy about the size of a pinhead, used esp in espionage
2. a tiny tablet containing LSD
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Not to mention that, assuming the terrorists aren't complete morons, they can simply and easily bypass the electronic surveillance altogether by resorting to old-fashioned spy gadgets like packages containing microdots.
On the key issue of foreign policy, the differences between the other Republican contenders can be measured in microdots.
And microdots, a tube of dots bearing the same serial number, were handed out.
Fragments detected by the company have ranged in size from microdots to portions of wire 8 mm in length.
They may however be conveniently defined by distinctive features under the headings essential features (contour, outlines, cores, interstices) and additional features (orifices, crenellations, microdots, oval flecks, caps, cusps).
Lawson is upgrading the system to include bar codes on each instrument by using microdots or laser etching.
Or perhaps the 007 manual has failed and he is struggling to decipher the microdots
Acid, LSD-25, blotter acid, blotters, dots, windowpane, named after pictures on paper, mesc, microdots, trips, tabs
Figure 3b shows the EDX spectrum of a point on one of the microdots on the PANI-viologen film after treatment with gold chloride.
The chemical change forms tiny microdots or "pixels" of sepia-yellow colour which make up the image, somewhat in a manner reminiscent of a half-tone reproduction.
For example, a residential inspection form might have a different set of microdots from a commercial inspection form.