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mote

(mōt),
A small particle; a speck.
[A.S. mot]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

mote

(mōt)
A small particle; a speck.
[A.S. mot]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Blakeruled the plaintiffs failed to show Motes and Meritage misappropriated trade secrets.
(A former Mote scientist, Kimberly Ritchie, was instrumental in describing the complex relationship between bacteria, algae and coral.)
Spencer Lifferth, AuD oversees the integrity of the technology within the Motes Audio headphones and products.
My mother & so called 'siblings' get nothing except the memory that they are the ones that drove me into the deepest depression I've ever been in," Motes wrote in the note.
Motes' body was discovered in the bathroom of her Malibu home by her fiance John Dilbeck, and her family has expressed their sadness over her death due to "an apparent drug overdose".
The Los Angeles coroner's office is investigating the death of Nancy Motes, 37, the half-sister of actors Julia and Eric Roberts.
Uncovering this exclusive photo of Julia, now 46, and Motes, now 68, together, we discovered how her stepdad is now planning a tell-all memoir about their past.
One hundred tiny sensors, robots, cameras, and wireless computers--many the size of a deck of cards and called motes (after dust motes)--are studying the forest in the San Jacinto Mountains in California.
These problems are considerably increased by the presence of motes (Anthony et al., 1988).