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Unibus

A bus architecture from Digital that was introduced in 1970 with its PDP-11 series. Unibus peripherals could be connected to a VAX through Unibus attachments on the VAXs.
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In his 1990 essay "E Unibus Pluram," Wallace hoped for writers who would wrest the culture back from postmodern exhaustion.
To address this limitation, various low temperature combustion (LTC) strategies, including active thermo-atmosphere combustion (ATAC) [4], Toyota-Soken (TS) [5], compression-ignited homogeneous charge (CIHC) combustion [6], homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) [7], active radical combustion (AR, ARC) [8], narrow angle direct injection (NADI) [9], modulated kinetics (MK) [10], premixed diesel combustion (PREDIC) [11], multiple stage diesel combustion (MULDIC) [12], uniform bulky combustion system (UNIBUS) [13], premixed charge compression ignition (PCCI) [14], and reactivity-controlled compression ignition (RCCI), are proposed by various researchers worldwide.
Other critics relegate it to the status of a research participant in the medical lab of Wallace's 1990s manifesto "E Unibus Pluram"--that "New Sincerity" which Adam Kelly championed (Hering 2010,133).
The driverless Unibus, from Belarus-based engineering company SkyWay (if brought to the UAE), could mean passengers no longer have to waste minutes waiting for the next train or metro.
that has become all but synonymous with his "E Unibus Pluram:
The bus operator has announced the major investment in eight brand new buses for Coventry, Leamington, Warwick, Stratford and surrounding areas The buses will be primarily used on the Stagecoach Unibus route and the X18, which runs half-hourly between Evesham, Bidford, Stratford, Wellesbourne, Warwick, Leamington and Coventry.
Wallace's most complete formulation of what this "new sincerity" might look like occurs in his 1991 essay "E Unibus Pluram," in what Marshall Boswell has described as "one of the most important pieces in [Wallace's] growing corpus of nonfiction" (9).
In 1920, Gloster Aircraft Company in Great Britain built the Unibus. It showed an advanced prototype for the next generation of early scooters.
Unibus Pluram," for example, irony seems to have become a generalized protective response against appearing naive or sentimental: "The new rebels might be artists willing to risk the yawn, the rolled eyes, the cool smile, the nudged ribs, the parody of the gifted ironists, the 'Oh how banal!
She becomes what David Foster Wallace in his essay "E Unibus Pluram: Television and U.S.