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du·plex

(dū'pleks),
Providing two functions. See: duplex ultrasonography.

duplex

Having two components or two functions.

duplex

A double stranded length of nucleic acid. The term is commonly used to refer to DNA in its double helical form, as distinct from a single strand of DNA.
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Concomitant CT scan abdomen demonstrate duplex left kidney and double ureters with large solid enhancing mass at lower pole moiety of left duplex kidney which is indenting and displacing lower pole moiety pelvi-calyceal system without invading and upper pole moiety pelvi-calyceal system of left duplex kidney was intact.
In 1906, Duplex began an aggressive advertising campaign that ran nationwide.
In this configuration, the system can realize the performance potential of the Fibre Channel full duplex capability.
The Medusa Labs report also commented that, "Although we did not test over distance, the 32 credits (per port) standard on the Vixel switch should give it performance advantages over long distances," and that "Full Duplex performance exhibited good numbers in small to large I/O.
They consist of eight three-bedroom simplex units, a three-bedroom 3,623 SF duplex home, and a 4,275 SF four bedroom duplex.
The south duplex has 4,183 SF of interior space, 100 SF larger than the other.
The piece-de-resistance is a 6,108 square-foot duplex apartment on the 15th and 16th floors with a 1,500 square-foot terrace that wraps around the unit's lower level, encircling the living room, dining room, family room and library.