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ten·u·is

 (tĕn′yo͞o-ĭs)
n. pl. ten·u·es (-yo͞o-ēz′) Linguistics
1. A voiceless stop.
2. A voiceless unaspirated stop in ancient Greek.

[New Latin (translation of Greek psīlos), from Latin, thin; see tenuous.]

tenuis

(ˈtɛnjʊɪs)
n, pl tenues (ˈtɛnjʊˌiːz)
(Grammar) (in the grammar of classical Greek) any of the voiceless stops as represented by kappa, pi, or tau (k, p, t)
[C17: from Latin: thin]

ten•u•is

(ˈtɛn yu ɪs)

n., pl. -u•es (-yuˌiz)
an unaspirated voiceless stop, esp. in ancient Greek.
[1640–50; < Latin: thin, fine, slender]
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This mode of burrowing has been described for several bivalves, including Donax vittatus, Tellina tenuis, Macoma balthica, Cardium edule (Trueman et al.
In the estuarine areas it can be confused with small Topsmelt, Jacksmelt, Atherinopsis californiensis, and California Grunion, Leuresthes tenuis.
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Additional distributional records of the Ouachita Mountain crayfish, Procambarus tenuis (Decapoda: Cambaridae), in Arkansas and Oklahoma, with notes on ecology and natural history.
Blood eosinophilia in adult bantams naturally infected with Trichostrongylus tenuis.
Pityohyphantes subarcticus Chamberlin et Ivie, 1943, Tenuiphantes tenuis (Blackwall, 1852), and Erigone dentosa O.
While P tenuis has not been documented in Montana, detection of infected white-tailed deer in western North Dakota suggest the possibility of intermittent spread into portions of Montana (Maskey 2008).
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