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multiton

(ˈmʌltɪˌtʌn)
adj
weighing several or many tons
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Tytgat, "Neutrino non-standard interactions and dark matter searches with multiton scale detectors," https://arxiv.org/abs/1712.09667.
Multiton. A check node contains more than one nonzero element of signal, for example, nodes 2 and 8 in the right side of Figure 1.
He had been driving his multiton rig through the remote Pink Mountain region of Canada when the accident happened on November 13.
These facilities manufacture batches from gram to kilogram to multiton scale in line with customer needs, and are equipped to handle highly complex and toxic processes safely and efficiently.
"Just try to keep it secret when you start delivering multiton tanks to Saudi Arabia," said Juergen Trittin, parliamentary floor leader for the opposition Green Party.
And the film's final chase scene, which demolishes most of downtown Rio as two cars drag a multiton safe, will make Michael Bay drool with envy.
Its vessels are equipped with massive cranes, allowing it to load and unload massive objects, like multiton propeller blades for wind turbines.
In percentage terms, that's not much, but when we're talking about multiton vehicles hauling millions of dollars of product per load, any reduction in collisions is a welcome one.
For example, at its Morton factory, the company can produce and ship up to 14 high-quality, multiton, $2 million-plus earthmovers per day.