|manual transmission||stick shift|
|(Bureau of) Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, automatic transmission fluid||ATF|
|(Computers) interface standard for connecting disk drives and other peripheral devices to personal computers (enables faster transmission than regular parallel connections)||SCSI (small computer system interface)|
|(symbol) ) sigma, ability to transmit electricity, conductance (, property or power of conducting (heat, etc.), transmission of nerve impulses||conductivity|
|(symbol) Rwanda franc, Radio Frequency; frequency of the radio waves on which a transmission is broadcast, reconnaissance fighter, regular forces, releasing factor, representative fraction, République française, Reserve Force, retention factor, right...||RF|
|ability of object to transmit electricity, conductivity, G, transmission, conduction (of electricity)||conductance|
|ability to let radiation through, act of transmitting something, transmission, transference; relaying, conveyance; fraction of energy which passes through a body without being absorbed||transmittance|
|ability to work creatively with the hands; art of creating things by hand; objects created by hand, craft, handcraft, manual skill, object made by hand||handicraft|
|acrobat, amount in tumbler, drinking glass, drinking glass without a stem or handle; acrobat; part of a lock which releases the bolt to move; gear-moving part of a transmission, cog for transmitting power from a rotating shaft (Machines); species of do...||tumbler|
|act of conducting or conveying (i.e. water through a pipe or electricity through a wire), conveyance through passage, transmission of energy, transmission through a nerve fiber||conduction|
|act of introducing; act of acquainting one person with another; preface, foreword (in a book or other work); something introduced, something new; basic textbook, introductory manual, beginning of piece of music, bringing in something new, explanatory s...||introduction|
|act of introducing; act of acquainting one person with another; preface, foreword (in a book or other work); something introduced, something new; basic textbook, introductory manual, pref. inwardly, within||intro|
|act of questioning, investigation, inquiry, examination through questions, thorough questioning, transmission of a signal to a computer||interrogation|
|advise or influence, controlling device, direct; instruct; lead, guidebook, help somebody learn something, influence on decision, instructor; director; escort; leader; manual, handbook, run organization, show somebody the way, soldier controlling march...||guide|
|agent or means of transmission, conveyer; broadcasting device, part of broadcasting equipment, telephone part||transmitter|
|allowing transmission in one direction, apartment on one floor, geometric figure or element, having only one part or element; of or pertaining to a telecommunications system that works in only one direction at a time, root form of word, simple||simplex|
|an amino acid that inhibits the transmission of nerve impulses||gamma-amino butyric acid|
|ancient Roman social class, class of industrial wage-earners, working class, social class comprised of manual laborers||proletariat|
|antenna for long-distance transmission||directional antenna|
|approval, end of transmission period or communication||sign-off|
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