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MIMO

[mahy-moh, mee‐] /ˈmaɪ moʊ, ˈmi‐/
noun
1.
a technology for optimizing the speed, range, and reliability of wireless data transmission by using two or more antennas at the source and destination.
Origin of MIMO
multiple-input/multiple-output
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  • And they—MIMO and the mother—always so kind and loving and irresponsible, consented.

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  • For her, all men were either brutes—or fools like poor MIMO.

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  • And Mirko hurled himself into her arms, while MIMO kissed her hand.

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  • They talked in the Waterloo waiting-room; poor MIMO seemed so glad and happy.

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  • MIMO, it seemed, had been down to see his son ten days before.

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  • And then after a while it seemed that there was some slight care upon MIMO's mind.

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  • And MIMO saw her, as he stood in the shadow on the pavement at the other side of Park Lane.

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  • And Mrs. Morley must have got the telegram, because MIMO had got his.

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  • MIMO came at last, looking anxious and haggard, and not his debonair self.

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  • There was a large photograph of her mother, which MIMO had colored really well.

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