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mono

1. short for monophonic
2. monophonic sound; monophony

Mono

(software, .NET)
An open source .NET framework for Unix.

Mono Home.

mono

(1) See monochrome and monophonic.

(2) (Mono) An open source implementation of the .NET environment for Linux, Unix and Windows platforms, sponsored by Novell. Mono includes a C# compiler and a Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) runtime engine. For more information, visit www.mono-project.com and www.gotmono.com. See CLI, .NET Framework and DotGNU Portable.NET.
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Last but not least, of course, good mono is cheaper than quality fluoro and a lot cheaper than name-brand braid.
While the all-new Mono X NeON 72 is optimized for commercial use, the new NeON 2 and NeON 2 Black solar panels are ideal for residential applications.
Pyrenees mono cervical plates do not have bend zones, allowing for precise plate contouring, company officials said.
That said, the MONO is a different sort of car and there is definitely a small market for cars like this that are, essentially, extremely fast toys.
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Key features of Mono Tools for Visual Studio include: -- Development and porting of .
In addition to Linux, Mono also supports deployment on Microsoft's Windows NT and XP, as well as Sun Microsystems Inc's Solaris, Apple Computer Inc's MacOS X, and various other Unix flavors.
Glide over its briny waters in a canoe, hike among weirdly contorted mineral towers, or venture into volcanic fissures--all part of the 118,000-acre Mono Basin National Forest Scenic Area.
Mono X ACe module, designed to maximize AC-power output and provide a new level of installation flexibility;
The band are recording their new album, but have broken cover to play at the 10th birthday party of Mono.