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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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In proposed system the Network On-chip is divided into local clusters by using partition clustering algorithm, and then threshold value can be set at each and every buffer in the cluster.
The LANmark-OF Tight Buffer Universal cable is developed for horizontal and vertical installations, indoor and outdoor in a duct.
Armorers, if you have any M240B/M240Ls on the list have your small arms maintenance shop check for the bad buffers, which are stamped with an ID code date of January 2010 to June 2011.
Recent concerns of the UIC are towards all the aspects related to the construction and use of the wagons, and buffers (Dixon, 1998) are included--regarding the necessity to protect the load and/or the structure of the wagons (UIC 1990, 1998), and the transversal forces generated when passing through curves, forces that have a certain influence on the safety of the transports (ORE 1988, 1989, 1991).
One way to measure line efficiency is to calculate the average buffer level (ABL) for the whole line; evidently, the ideal is as few work-in-process pieces in storage as possible, so ABL needs to be kept low.
These studies showed that the restored riparian wetland buffer retained or removed at least 60 percent of the nitrogen and 65 percent of the phosphorus that entered from the adjacent manure application site.
The quantity of units managed in this stock buffer, will be:
We dissolved shellfish extracts in 2 mL acetone (100%), of which 1 mL was dried down and resuspended in a HEPES binding buffer (50 mM, pH 7.
The Chesapeake Bay Program has pledged to plant buffer strips along 2,010 miles of Bay waterways by 2010.
A system known as V/A/T plant classification provides a useful structure for classifying and analyzing manufacturing operations, providing managers with valuable perspectives about how to manage their process effectively Let's look at how various stock and time buffers that are required to support the drum-buffer-rope (DBR) logistical system are used in each type of plant environment.
GIS modifies the shape of the filter to include a buffer that follows the exact shape of the county.
Additional conventional memory also can be used as a print buffer to make the user more efficient.