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turion

a swollen bud of many water plants that contains stored food. It becomes detached from the parent plant, enabling it to survive the winter.
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Assuming AMD properly gave its own full brand names in each case, as they did with the Turion X2 Ultra, AMD's Athlon is over a decade old, as is the original Opteron brand.
An ongoing project, originally proposed by the Balsam Lake Parks and Recreation District in 2015, has the goals of control of giant knotweed, and use of pre/post treatment of aquatic plants, herbicide, turion, and AIS monitoring.
To run the platform, we used a notebook computer (HP Pavilion tx1270EP, AMD Turion 64 X2 TI60, Hewlitt-Packard Company; Palo Alto, California).
Schell (Lanham, MD: Row-man and Littlefield, 2006), 73-98; and Julia Turion Pablos, Women in Mexico: A Past Unveiled (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1987), 104.
Notebook processors look to be exclusively Fusion APUs, though it's not likely the Athlon, Turion, Sempron and Phenom brands will retire for the platform.
Some notebooks use AMD's Athlon Turion 64 X2 dual-core processor, which also supports for improved performance.
The 3.9lbs Satellite T235 features an LED-backlit 13.3-inch diagonal TruBrite HD widescreen display, a choice of AMD Athlon II Neo, Turion II Neo or ultra-low voltage Intel Pentium dual-core processors, a 320GB hard drive and up to 4GB of DDR3 memory.
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Many of AMD's Turion laptop chips have a TDP of around 35 watts, with ultraportable Neo chips drawing half the amount of power.<p>However, AMD will use new power management capabilities to adjust the range of energy drawn by Fusion's CPU cores and graphics processor, said Gary Silcott, an AMD spokesman.