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Synonyms for dot

a very small circular shape

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the shorter of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code

scatter or intersperse like dots or studs

make a dot or dots

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mark with a dot

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Tokyo, Japan, Apr 5, 2006 - (JCN) - The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) has succeeded in the synthesis of unique high quality fluorescent quantum dots, and the development of nano-biohybrid materials for protein and DNA/RNA measurements using quantum dots.
One avenue for DOTs to have access to experienced personnel is to hire consultants who have career construction experts on staff, some of whom are former senior DOT practitioners.
You see dots on faded, out-of-focus images of unidentified figures, torn and foxed at the edges with tiny hairs and dust flecks caught in the adhesive.
Which brings us back to Dot and her excellent adventure, wherein she learns exactly how "the rules" have changed.
The Power Dot, from a company called findtheDOT, is a gadget the size and shape of a matchbox: about an inch by an inch by a half-inch.
What we do in printing is we break [the pictures and the words] into little dots," he explained.
OAAG's efforts were successful, and in August of 1990 the board directed the DOT staff to prepare rules and regulations providing for tree trimming and removal of trees on publicly owned rights-of-way.
For instance, a dot has a larger band-gap energy than does the same semiconductor material in bulk, so the dot absorbs higher-energy; bluer light.
When hit with light, the quantum dot emits a particular color based on its size.
The New York State Department of Transportation is determined to move ahead on Liberty Boulevard, the successor to Westway on Manhattan's West Side, and as part of the improvement plan it presently intends to use the Hudson River waterfront area from Chelsea to Pier 40 as a park, DOT Commissioner John C.