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Yet his dominant nature asserted itself, and he had first to thrash them into an acknowledgment of his superiority and leadership.
She bowed her head again, in acknowledgment of the sentence pronounced on her--dropped her slate at her side--turned about--and left the room.
I wish I could have made a better acknowledgment, sir, of your kindness to a poor forlorn girl who had no claim upon you, and of your protection of her.
Guest and myself to make some acknowledgment of the service you've been to us; and, backed by your general conduct and business ability, it has made us determine on giving you a share in the business,--a share which we shall be glad to increase as the years go on.
Progressive acknowledgment policy: Reflection TCP/IP maintains reliability while progressively reducing the number of ACKs (acknowledgments) being generated across the network, thus reducing overhead and costs.
NASA's GSFC will continue to add trading partners throughout 1995 and include different types of EDI transactions, such as functional acknowledgments, invoices, and advanced ship notices -- all key components of doing business electronically.
Those unable to access the Internet can still place orders and receive acknowledgments through the previously available PUBNET service.
progressive acknowledgment policy, which reduces TCP/IP acknowledgment overhead on high quality connections by increasing the intervals between acknowledgments; and
The CES award is one of many acknowledgments for Transmeta and its Crusoe processors.
The problem compounds as the target system waits, in vain, for the acknowledgments to come back, during which time it receives additional SYN packets that will initiate more connections.
For example, if any of the activities or acknowledgments constitute advertising, then all will be viewed as advertising (Prop.
It would go on to nullify all court rulings, including the one involving Moore's display, that deal with government acknowledgments "of God as the sovereign source of law, liberty, or government.
A time-out condition triggers the sender to retransmit the packet, the TCP stack slows down the rate at which it sends packets between acknowledgments and throughput falls off dramatically.
Waters, one of several elite chefs who have advised Haas on improving school lunches, gets mentioned in the acknowledgments as well.
In 1984, the Federal Communication Commission relaxed its noncommercial guidelines to allow public broadcasters to "enhance" the scope of donor and underwriter acknowledgments to include "value-neutral descriptions of a product line or service" and corporate logos or slogans that "identify and do not promote.