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sense bud

slang High-quality marijuana that does not contain seeds. "Sense" is actually a variant spelling of the slang term "sinse," a shortening of the Spanish word sinsemilla, meaning "without seed(s)." You only find skunk weed in that part of the country, so it's nice to be back here smoking some good sense bud.
See also: bud, sense
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sense

verb
See sinse
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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(14) to determine the estimated number of channels to be finely sensed by the cognitive radio, where the most conservative modulation scheme (i.e., BPSK) is assumed in the transmission.
We assume that there are many locations needed to be sensed. In each location, there are many channels that needed sensing.
In the above binary hypothesis, as errors may happen during the sensing process, the real state of the PU and the sensed (estimated) state of the PU are not necessarily the same.
By substituting [P.sub.d](r) into (14), the probability that a target is sensed by an arbitrary sensor node placed in the specified area 2[pi]rdr of network area A can be expressed as
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This book is a collection of papers generated as a result of a one-day meeting held to discuss advances in the acquisition and analysis of remotely sensed data in studies of environmental processes.
Mold temperatures are sensed with a J-style thermocouple.
When the licensed wireless spectrum is sensed to be idle, cognitive radio allows unlicensed users to access the idle licensed wireless spectrum opportunistically.
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