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mote

(reMOTE) A wireless receiver/transmitter that is typically combined with a sensor of some type to create a remote sensor. Some motes are designed to be incredibly small so that they can be deployed by the hundreds or even thousands for various applications (see smart dust).
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Motes was promoted to COO in 2007 and signed an agreement which the complaint alleged was orally amended in 2009, according to Blake's opinion.
Already scientists at Mote are fighting to save this reef--and others around the world--conducting promising new research here in the keys.
Company Founder Denarius Motes, a musician and music producer, knows firsthand the importance of protecting your hearing.
The note also revealed how bad the abuse Motes received from Roberts.
He also revealed that the 37-year-old daughter of Betty Lou and Michael Motes left behind an eight pages long note and Roberts, who has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress for 'August: Osage County', is "terrified" about it coming out.
Nancy's dad was Michael Motes and Julia's was the late Walter Grady Roberts.
People magazine reported the family released a statement that says Motes died of an "apparent drug overdose" but notes that no official cause of death has been determined.
In an investigation into her grim past in Smyrna, Georgia, we tracked down Motes, a man she has always refused to speak about.
Motes no longer is the manager at the Bull Shoals location and couldn't be reached for comment.
The circuit board for the motes was approximately 32 by 65 mm (1.27 by 2.58 in.) with a USB port at one end.
The MicaZ motes were used as transmitters and receivers and the RSSI values recorded and evaluated during the study were obtained from the devices.
With a prototype MDB, an antenna outside the fixture allows the building-control system to communicate wirelessly with that particular mote. The control system will be easy to implement in existing buildings; no wiring means reduced costs, and MDBs can replace old ballasts during routine maintenance.