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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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tenuis (Temminck, 1840) is the smallest bat in the Indian subcontinent and its distribution ranges from Cocos eeling Isles and Christmas Isle (Indian Ocean), Afghanistan to the Moluccas, Vietnam and China.
The Common Sharp-tailed Snake (Contia tenuis), named for its pointed tail tip, is a small colubrid snake with a geographic range extending from central California to the southern parts of British Columbia (Spalding 1995; Stebbins 2003; Feldman and Hoyer 2010).
tenuis 6 humans are not considered to be the natural hosts of these roundworms.
Each plot has 100,000 coral larvae of Acropora tenuis (branching coral) and Favites colemani (massive coral), Gomez said.
The species Neoscapteriscus borellii (Giglio-Tos) and Neoscapteriscus tenuis (Scudder) are thought to have originated in South America (Nickle 2003) and aside from their status as pests, distribution and biological information on these insects are needed.
Among the finding was the presence of meningeal brainworms (Parelaphostrongylus tenuis) in a fourth to a third of the moose carcasses.
y Heterotermitinae por Heterotermes tenuis y la menos abundante fue Syntermitinae la cual estuvo ausente en plantaciones de 1-2 anos y pasturas.
Parelaphostrongylus tenuis is a common, but innocuous parasite of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) throughout the eastern half of North America.
Gram-positive diphtheroids, classically Corynebacterium tenuis, mix with sweat on hair shafts and subsequently produce a cementing material.