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A specimen for electron microscopic examination obtained by coating a crystalline array or other virus material with carbon; the mold (the replica) obtained after the viral material has been dissolved provides details of structure and arrangement.
[It., fr. L.L. re-plico, to fold back]
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The catalog includes the initial access request for the node, a replica of the node with physical access to the real-time network, the actual response time, and the waiting queue length on the node.
A detection mechanism in MWSNs must take the mobility of a node into account in order to detect replica [15].
Replica guns have also been used to in armed robberies, such as at a bookmakers in Santry, Dublin, in 2010 and in 2014 a man was arrested when one was used to threaten a water meter installer.
The pair of youths were believed to have an air weapon and a replica sword.
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Hearts of Oak have sold over 3,000 replicas of their much-publicized Umbro jerseys, according to the club's communication director Opare Addo.
Using a statistical analysis of crowd photographs, manufacturer and club shop adverts, and a survey of over 4,000 fans, Dr Chris Stride, a statistician from the university's Institute of Work Psychology, found the first big surge in replica shirt wearing pre-dated the more commonly cited moments for football's revival, such as the 1990 World Cup and the formation of the Premier League.
Airsoft guns are lifelike firearm replicas that shoot non-metallic ball bullets using compressed air.
Replica military attire can be easily found at secondhand clothes' stalls across the country.
A replica Stone of Remembrance - Sir Edwin Lutyens' contribution to CWGC cemeteries - stands at the head of the replica cemetery.