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a junction where two things (as paper or film or magnetic tape) have been joined together

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joint made by overlapping two ends and joining them together

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join the ends of

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join together so as to form new genetic combinations

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join by interweaving strands

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Matt Leach of V7 said: "We are delighted to welcome Splice to 101 and to Cardiff.
The variables include the replacement levels of an expansive admixture (0% and 10%), the compressive strength of the SHCC mixtures (40 MPa and 80 MPa), and the length of the lap splice in the tension region (40% and 60% of the splice length recommended by ACI 318).
As the needs of your applications increase, you can scale Splice Machine to hundreds of compute nodes and to petabytes of storage.
Caption: Figure 1: The exon structure of the human TLR5 gene and detection of TLR5 splice variants in human monocytic THP-1 cell line.
Locate the splice block in the protective shield (Photo 3).
* Other actions to cure chatter include: Use an abrasive belt with a butt splice; replace the contact drum bearings; replace the drive motor bearings; tighten the drive belts; replace or dress the contact drum; balance the contact drum; check the conveyor bed drive coupler/drive belt; and relieve tension from the abrasive belt when it is not in use to avoid flat spots on drums.
Conventionally, approaches to splice site prediction have used machine learning techniques such as knowledge-based artificial neural networks (KBANN) [4][5], neural networks (NN) combined with rule-based systems [6], support vector machine (SVM) [7], and so on.
The NAVAIR Wiring Systems Team is bringing Navy and Marine Corps maintenance professionals an innovative way to seal electrical splices using a "cold" splice technique.
Featuring a typical heater cycle time of only 40 seconds and splice cycle of only 14 seconds, TomCat plus also speeds deployment and reduces labor time and costs.
With a small footprint for splitting, splicing and terminating, each box is equipped with a 12-fiber splice tray for optional input splicing.
Splice opens with a birthing sequence from the point of view of a newborn, emerging from its mother's womb.
For instance, exon skipping or the activation of a cryptic splice site (leading to the deletion/insertion of exonic/intronic sequences) provides strong evidence that the variant is pathogenic.
The Swiss cabling specialist Reichle & De-Massari (R&M) has developed a new outlet for fiber optic cabling for residential and commercial buildings: the FO splice outlet.
Check-wire manufacturers put a special splice in the wire every 5 rods (about 82-1/2 feet).
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-28 April 2008-3M announces the a new cold shrink splice kit(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com