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rout:

see riot, rout, and unlawful assemblyriot, rout, and unlawful assembly,
in law, varying degrees of concerted disturbance of the peace. At common law, an unlawful assembly is a gathering of at least three persons whose conduct causes observers to reasonably fear that a breach of the peace will result.
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rout

[rau̇t]
(mechanical engineering)
To gouge out, make a furrow, or otherwise machine a wood member.

rout

To groove, furrow, hollow out, or otherwise machine a wood member with a router.

rout

Law a group of three or more people proceeding to commit an illegal act
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Rout was expelled from BJD for repeatedly making allegations of financial irregularities in some of state government departments in September last year.
If you're planning to rout the ends as well as one or both sides of a board, rout the two ends first.
He said that along the CPEC routs, besides establishing industrial zones, projects for the welfare of the people should also be initiated.
The style of the layer-biased escape routes in Figure 2 are similar to NSEW escapes in Figure 1 in that the direction of the escape route is independent of the netline direction.
However, if the permitted deadline is less than 1100ms, our scheme tries to select Wi-Fi radio interface in some parts of routes to meet the deadline constraint, whereas the counterpart routing does not change the decision while keeping using 802.15.4 radio interface with the lowest energy consumption.
These differ from proactive routing protocols and routes are generated when required by the source.
Suddenly there is a realization all the fun routes have eaten up all the routing space.
The prior work on coding-aware routing in wireless networks mainly consists of finding routes with more coding opportunities based on the existing traffic and network topology.
Under Direct Delivery Routing scheme, the messages are not routed to any neighboring nodes, rather the messages are kept by the source node itself, unless any direct contact is not linked up to the destination node.
The packet routing process is the service responsible for discovering and keeping the routes among the origin and the destination nodes, and the routing protocols control such a service.
The routing tables contain information for routes to all the mobile nodes.