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SIMPLEX. Simple or single; as, charta simplex, is a deed-poll, of single deed. Jacob's L. Dict. h.t.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Though, uni-directional causality runs from stock prices to Sri-Lanka exchange rate against USD.
The genes in the human genome with the same orientation were termed as uni-directional (Fig.
Christopoulos and Tsionas (2004) examine the long-run relationship between financial development and economic growth for 10 developing countries using panel cointegration analysis and confirm uni-directional causality from financial development to economic growth.
The digital industry has given it a lukewarm reception, warning against uni-directional reporting obligations and demanding that the scope be limited to critical infrastructure.
The spokesman responded: "This is too simplistic a view as you cannot divorce Flintshire from the sub-region across the border and presume that all trends and movements like this are negative or unsustainable and uni-directional.
Construction of the MHX push pole is a combination of uni-directional and off-axis carbon fibers, built to give the angler power during the push but also to maintain excellent strength during load.
The device that was termed as a uni-directional explosive instrument by the Bomb Disposal Squad, contained one kilogram of explosives.
Traditionally, marketing involved uni-directional strategies like billboards or TV ads.
27 March 2012 - Dutch synthetic grass fibres and turf maker TenCate (AMS:KTC) said on Tuesday it would take over US Performance Materials Corporation Baycomp, or PMC Baycomp, a firm focused on composite materials moulding and thermoplastic uni-directional (UD) tape materials.
* Uni-directional repeatability of [+ or -]15 arc-sec.
Among their topics are mobility challenges and management in the future wireless heterogeneous networks, heterogeneous meshed wireless back-haul network integrating uni-directional technologies, an intelligent fuzzy quality-of-service model in wireless ad hoc networks, packet scheduling in home and business femtocell networks, and adaptive coexistence between cognitive and fiber networks.