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ma·jor con·nec·tor

a plate or bar (lingual bar, palatal bar or plate) used for the purpose of uniting partial denture bases.

ma·jor con·nec·tor

(mājŏr kŏ-nektŏr)
Plate or bar used to unite partial denture bases.

ma·jor con·nec·tor

(mājŏr kŏ-nektŏr)
Plate or bar (e.g., lingual bar, palatal bar or plate) used to unite partial denture bases.
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The labial plate major connector in the partial mandibulectomy patient.
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These ATCA-compatible backplanes significantly enhance interoperability performance by equalizing the performance variations seen across major connector technologies (press-fit, SMT, BGA); dielectrics (low-cost and enhanced materials); existing and proposed industry-wide, high-performance interconnect protocols (Ethernet, XAUI, Infiniband(r), Fibre Channel, Compact PCT, ATCA, VXI, UXPi); modulation schemes (NRZ, PAM, multi-level signaling); and signal-conditioning schemes (passive and active driver pre-emphasis and receiver equalization).
The major connector of these three entities--home, school and work--is technology.

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