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(chemistry) an ionic compound that resists changes in its pH

a neutral zone between two rival powers that is created in order to diminish the danger of conflict

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an inclined metal frame at the front of a locomotive to clear the track

a power tool used to buff surfaces

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a cushion-like device that reduces shock due to an impact

an implement consisting of soft material mounted on a block

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add a buffer (a solution)

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protect from impact

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The Johnston Estate will offer public education and guided tours of the multi-functional buffer that will be planted on this site, using these grant funds.
Buffer annuities usually offer caps of around 8 to 9 percent.
But with buffer prep as with other operations, there are other factors involved beside materials and other direct/ variable costs.
1: Buffer zone lies outside the fumigated block so the size of the treatment application block is not affected.
Reordering Buffer Management: This problem can occur when the number of data arrives into a processing station and the data has to be processed.
Our existing Tight Buffer cables portfolio has glass yarns for rodent protection and water tightness but unfortunately these glass yarns could cause skin-irritating during installation.
If the buffer has a CAGE code of IHFX2 (Kaeper Machine), the PQDR must be submitted to DLA online:
Until recently, adding a buffer in a low-power CMOS high-speed ADC degraded SFDR/SNR performance to at best a 12-bit level and drove up power consumption to be non-competitive.
In some cases, the total buffer capacity needed for efficient working of the line has to be spaced unevenly.
The multi-species buffer was composed of switchgrass at the crop edge, a brome-alfalfa mix, and trees near the stream.
Buffer didn't merely empathize with the alienated, dominated, and oppressed.
Last night Mr Jones told the Western Mail, 'We are looking for buffer zones to be created by Christmas in the same way as buffer zones have been implemen- ted for other extractive minerals.
Buffer zones are crucial if a bottling line is to become a truly organic system, able to breathe and to respond promptly to malfunctions at individual units without the entire line having to be halted.
For metalcasting facilities, particularly lower-volume operations, it often is logical to have a buffer of inventory near shakeout, which is between a batch operation (pouring) and individual piece operations (grinding).