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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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The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways has issued a draft notification GSR 521(E) dated 24thJuly 2019, amending Central Motor Vehicle Rules,allowing motor vehicles and their parts, components, assemblies, sub-assemblies to be affixed with permanent and nearly invisible microdots that can be read physically with a microscope and identified with ultra violet light source.
If you can't wait until then, however, there's an early treat in store this weekend - a free Bluedot 'warm-up festival' called Microdot. Taking place at Hatch, the independent food, drink and retail space on Oxford Road, Microdot's impressive line-up of music, activities and family events should provide a most hearty appaetiser until next month's main event comes around.
Luda, who's known for her academic achievements, will teach science, while Microdot and Don Spike will teach mathematics and social science, respectively.
The microdot method, proposed in this report, is the simplest downscaling method, because it is a low scale of the traditional method.
The supplier now offers an even wider range of sampling technologies including ScentStrip, Scentalker, ColorFixations, ScentSeal, Rollerballs, ClearTouch, ClearAdvantage, MicroDot, PreScent, PowdaScent, Plug Vials, SprayVials, Tubes, MiniSprays, PowdaSilk, LipSeal, Carestia Scented Paper, Sachets, Scratch & Sniff and BeautiSeal.
A miniature spray boom only a few centimeters wide can then apply a microdot of herbicide directly onto the weed, thus saving 99.9% of the spray.
Prior to this particular night he said he may have used LSD about fifteen times, as Microdot tablets, usually one at a time, with cannabis.
The accelerometer has a 10-32 microdot top connector, is eligible to bear the CE Mark and is IREE P1451.4 TEDS capable.
The topics include the physics of operation of gaseous detectors and their main designs, pixel and microdot detectors, hole-type gaseous electron multipliers, early designs of micropattern detectors developed between 1998 and 2003, the capability of key micropattern detectors to suppress ion back flow, and a comparison between various designs of micropattern detectors.
Consistia en reducir documentos y fotografias al tamano de una punta de alfiler con un sistema llamado microdot. Los informes se colocaban como tildes de las letras "i" en cartas remitidas a Portugal para evadir la censura britanica.
With digital pen-and-paper technology, each individual piece of paper has unique identifiers in the microdot pattern that make it distinct.
Seeking to cater to fans of ink and paper, Livescribe has created the Sky smartpen, a writing tool with a tiny computer inside that records notes written on special microdot paper.