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PROXIMITY. Kindred between two persons. Dig. 38, 16, 8.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Global proximity sensors market mainly driven by growing demand from consumer electronics along with automotive industry among others.
The document, spotted by The Verge, describes the upcoming mod in detail and one of its highlights is that it will feature proximity sensors that will shut down any of its four millimeter wave 5G antennas in case a user gets too close to the module that is transmitting.
InventHelp has announced a Louisiana inventor has developed the patent-pending GROUND PROXIMITY RADAR, a proposed ground proximity radar warning system for smaller general aviation (GA) and experimental aircraft, the company said.
Proximity rolled out a beta version of the platform to 15 coworking spaces, then retooled everything in accordance with the resulting feedback and officially went to market in spring 2017.
The rock formation will be check by the MGB representative, the proximity to a fault line should be 75 meters away, the topography or terrain of the proposed site shall not be located on a landslide prone area and should not be vulnerability to flooding.
To explore staff members' thinking about how physical proximity impacted their interactions with colleagues, we collected and analyzed interviews from a purposeful sample of 33 school staff in five schools during the 2010-11 school year.
This study investigated a possible association between residential proximity to Superfund sites in Kentucky and incidence of NHL over a period of 18 years.
For nearly a decade, we have been delivering tailored software solutions that provide manufacturers the agility to compete in the global market, said Rob Jackson, Proximity sales and marketing director.
It combines a high-power IR emitter, photo detectors for proximity and ambient light, a signal processing IC, and an 8-bit / 16-bit ADC in a compact 8mm by 3mm by 1.8mm surface-mount package.
Straubhaar calls this cultural proximity, which is the opposite of cultural discount.