n.1.The act of borrowing or exchanging.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Small modification of the node, reached by the integration of other different sensing units, such as accelerometer or sensors for measuring temperature, humidity, pressure, etc., within the node's layout, allows the mutuation of its functioning according to the direct needs of the WSN.
Over a pet's lifetime, inflammatory events cause increased cell division and mutuation. Because the immune response to these mutuated cells peaks at puberty and gradually decreases with age, most tumors occur in dogs and cats at least six years old.
Mr Gainsford said: "Mr Lound drew many interesting conclusions from the fame of the book and its various mutuations."
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