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Read more of her work at http://bigstory.ap.org/content/meg-kinnard/.
The second phase of the pilot was bringing full connectivity to each apartment at Cedar High Rise, providing residents with the fastest residential broadband available, at an average speed of 25 megs upload and download.
Megs, as collectors call them, could grow as long as sixty feet, making them the largest known sharks in history.
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medical Definition of MEG
- The researchers used a technique called magnetoencephalography (MEG) to measure magnetic fields produced by the brain's electrical activity in six volunteers as they listened to brief sequences of chords.
- —Bruce Bower, Science News, 5 May 2001
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