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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 microdots and adhesive will become permanent fixtures/affixationwhich cannot be removed without damaging the asset, that is the vehicle itself.
These microdots contain a unique code linked to a specific farm.
Microdots were not found in the stroma and endothelium in the two Fabry patients by IVCM.
When processing a batch of capillary tubes, the laboratorian first checked each tube in the batch for microdots. If clots were observed, the tube was discarded and not processed further.
His friend from the USA had supplied these microdots through courier, officials said.
Bancroft, "Hiding messages in DNA microdots," Nature, vol.
The special liquid contains microdots, which glow blue under ultra violet light, and a unique secure DNA signature that allows the police to trace the property back to the original owner.
There, I took on a false identity in a Mission: Impossible adventure, discovered that Mary Queen of Scots' secret messages were revealed when they were decoded, and explored a world of dead drops, microdots and lipstick pistols.
The SB system consists of a label incorporating 500 microscopic PIN coded microdots, holoNFC, patented HoloQR, UV marking pen applicator kit and Apple's iBeacon with a Crowd GPS mobile app.
Cryptography, another type of encryption, uses things like merging words with images and using microdots to scramble plain information as it is being sent.
The 10-32 coaxial "microdots" in the unit offer a direct connection for each input channel and the ability to select either single-ended or differential inputs, giving users more flexibility with a wider range of charge input devices.
Selected samples microdots were fixed with scanning electron microscopes (SEM) (FEI Quanta 200, magnification x 500).