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  • 1 remote — re·mote adj re·mot·er, est 1 a: far removed in space, time, or relation ancestors of a more remote degree b: exceeding the time allowed under the rule against perpetuities for the vesting of interests the residuary clause...violates the rule… …

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  • 2 remote — 01. He went hiking in a [remote] part of Alaska, where you might not see another human being for days on end. 02. I wouldn t bother asking Jennifer for a date. I don t think she is even [remotely] interested in going out with you. 03. There is a… …

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  • 3 Remote recording — Remote recording, also known as location recording, is the act of making a high quality complex audio recording of a live concert performance, or any other location recording that uses multitrack recording techniques outside of a recording studio …

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  • 4 Remote Control (game show) — Remote Control is a TV game show that ran on MTV for five seasons from 1987 until 1990. It was MTV s first original non musical program. New episodes were made for first run syndication in 1989. Three contestants answered trivia questions on… …

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  • 5 Remote viewing — (RV) refers to the attempt to gather information about a distant or unseen target using paranormal means or extra sensory perception. Typically a remote viewer is expected to give information about an object that is hidden from physical view and… …

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  • 6 Remote surgery — (also known as telesurgery) is the ability for a doctor to perform surgery on a patient even though they are not physically in the same location. It is a form of telepresence. Remote surgery combines elements of robotics, cutting edge… …

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  • 7 Remote sensing (archaeology) — Remote sensing techniques in archaeology are an increasingly important component of the technical and methodological tool set available in archaeological research. Rindfuss,Ronald R and Stern, Paul C. Linking Remote Sensing and Social Science:… …

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  • 8 Remote Desktop Protocol — (RDP) is a multi channel protocol that allows a user to connect to a computer running Microsoft Terminal Services. Clients exist for most versions of Windows (including handheld versions), and other operating systems such as Linux, FreeBSD,… …

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  • 9 Remote data transmission — (RDT) was a term used in the 1980 s, primarily in Germany, for the transmission of data between computers over a medium using a communications protocol. At the time, the most widespread form was RDT over the telephone network. Other transmission… …

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  • 10 Remote guidance — Remote guidance, in the medical context, refers to the supervision or guidance of a medical task, usually a procedures or test, from a remote location. This falls in the realm of real time telemedicine applications. By way of example, a… …

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  • 11 Remote Desktop Services — Developer(s) Microsoft Stable release 7.0 (6.1.7600) / October 27, 2009 …

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  • 12 Remote administration — refers to any method of controlling a computer from a remote location.Software that allows remote administration is becoming increasingly common and is often used when it is difficult or impractical to be physically near a system in order to use… …

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  • 13 Remote Bar Coding System — (RBCS), also called Remote Video Encoding (RVE) is a method used by the United States Postal Service to encode the address of letter sized mailpieces that are not decipherable by a Multiline Optical Character Reader (MLOCR). When an MLOCR does… …

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  • 14 Remote Service Software — is used by equipment manufacturers to remotely monitor, access and repair products in use at customer sites. It’s a secure, auditable gateway for service teams to troubleshoot problems, perform proactive maintenance, assist with user operations… …

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  • 15 Remote procedure call — (RPC) is an Inter process communication technology that allows a computer program to cause a subroutine or procedure to execute in another address space (commonly on another computer on a shared network) without the programmer explicitly coding… …

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  • 16 Remote Office Center — Remote Office Centers are office space leasing centers which lease individual offices to employees from multiple companies in a single office location or center. The purpose of Remote Office Centers is to provide professional office space in… …

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  • 17 Remote File Inclusion — (RFI) is a technique used to attack Internet websites from a remote computer. With malicious intent, it can be combined with the usage of XSA to harm a webserver.How the attack worksRemote File Inclusion attacks allow malicious users to run their …

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  • 18 Remote diagnostics — refers to ability to diagnose a subject (system, craft or person) from a distance. Instead of the subject being colocated with the person or system doing the diagnose, both can be far apart (earth moon distance for instance), connected by wire or …

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  • 19 Remote field testing — (RFT) is an electromagnetic method of nondestructive testing whose main application is finding defects in steel pipes and tubes. RFT may also referred to as RFEC (remote field eddy current) or RFET (remote field electromagnetic technique). An RFT …

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  • 20 Remote magnetic navigation — Remote Magnetic Navigation, or Stereotaxis, is an emerging technology in interventional cardiology. Catheters with magnetic tips can be steered within the patient, without the need for an electrophysiologist to maneuver the catheter placement… …

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