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Backbone

The largest channel of information on a network. The backbone processes and transmits the greatest amount of data. The size of a backbone is not based on an objective standard, but rather depends on the size of the network.
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The discovery sheds new light on the evolutionary process which led to the first backboned animals crawling out of the sea on to the land.
Allen's advice, backboned by Team IRG, has propelled IRG's success as they achieved four closings in September and are bringing six new listings to the marketplace in the next month.
Gaels are backboned by score-getters and established county stars like Seanie Johnston, Michael Lyng and Martin Dunne.
They were also backboned by inter-county talent from Kildare and Laois in the shape of Tommy Moolick and Paul Cahillane.
FITCHBURG - Backboned by a pair of outstanding efforts in net, Westboro and Leominster skated to a 1-1 tie in a Roy Conference hockey game last night at the Wallace Civic Center.
Washington, Sept 13 (ANI): A new species of large predatory fish that prowled ancient North American waterways during the Devonian Period, before backboned animals existed on land has been discovered.
I don't see that with this team because they're backboned by a team that have won a few Leinster titles at under-21.
Backboned by Derry stars Kevin McGuckin and Enda Muldoon, Ballinderry won the All-Ireland in 2002 and met Cross' in the 2008 Ulster final.
Center halfback Rizzo stabilizes the defense, capably backboned by sophomore goalie Audra Hampsch.
Now, Anne Utne-Palm of the University of Bergen, Norway, and colleagues have found that bearded gobies spend the daylight hours at the very bottom - the only backboned animals in the area to do so.