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/ˈmēdēə/,
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media, plural;
  1. An intermediate layer, esp. in the wall of a blood vessel

  2. A voiced unaspirated stop; (in Greek) a voiced stop


  1. The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) defines the main directories and their contents in Linux operating systems. For the most part, it is a formalization and extension of the traditional BSD filesystem hierarchy.
  2. Media (AK-83) is a WWII US navy ship that was never commissioned and thus never bore the USS designation. .
  3. Media is the first studio album by New Wave revivalists, The Faint. It was released on March 24, 1998. A clear style change can be seen after this album's release, moving from a more Post-hardcore influenced style to New Wave.
  4. The Medes, (Greek Μῆδοι, from Old Persian ماد Mādai) were an ancient Iranian peopleA) "Mede" Encyclopædia Britannica 2008 (Encyclopædia Britannica Online) 16 January 2008 . ...
  5. In the arts, a medium (mediums, media) is a material used by an artist to create a work.
  6. Media was an American automobile company started in 1899.
  7. The middle layer of the wall of a blood vessel or lymph vessel which is composed of connective and muscular tissue; A voiced stop consonant
  8. a historical region in northwestern Iran, originally inhabited by the Medes; territories corresponding to the empire ruled by dynasts from Media
  9. The material in a filter that traps and holds the impurities.
  10. The selected materials in a filter that form the barrier to the passage of certain suspended solids or dissolved molecules.
  11. The material in a filter that traps and holds the impurities. These HVAC filter media include fiberglass filter media, polyester filter media, dog hair filter media, blue/green filter media, charcoal filter media, and others.
  12. the physical devices used to record, store, and (or) transmit data.
  13. Newspapers, magazines, billboards, television stations, and other vehicles that carry messages to the public.
  14. Wire, cable, or conductors used for transmission of signals.
  15. The magnetic stripe together with its substrate carrier, e.g., card, badge, ticket, etc
  16. is plural for medium. TV is a medium. Radio, too. Print (a.k.a. newspaper) is another. TV, radio and newspapers together are forms of media.
  17. Specific environments -- air, water, soil -- which are the subject of regulatory concern and activities.
  18. Plural of medium , referring to materials used to make art; categories of art (e.g., painting, sculpture, film).
  19. The documentation of monetary transactions (i.e., sales drafts, credit slips, computer printouts, etc.).
  20. The material that performs the actual separation of solids from liquids. Sometimes erroneously used to mean septum.
  21. Material that information is written to and stored on. Digital photography storage media includes CompactFlash cards and CDs.
  22. Films, tapes, and other audio-visual materials that require the use of special listening or viewing equipment.
  23. portable information storage such as disks, CD's, tapes
  24. (DoD 5040.6-M-2) Any films, videotapes, discs, or other physical objects that contain or are capable of containing visual information.
  25. are the many different methods of communication available today. Web sites, postcards, CD-ROMs, magazines, TV, and movies are all different types of media. When media methods are used to communicate to thousands of people at the same time, they are called mass media.