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Synonyms for buffer

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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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Bucks -- Snipes Farm and Education Center, $50,000, for approximately 2 acres of multi-functional riparian forest buffers along waterways in the Central Delaware River watershed, Bucks County.
Although the costs for outsourcing of buffer fluids preparation are generally significantly higher than for in-house preparation as expected, the intangible value of outsourced buffers may outweigh a simple cost calculation.
In addition, the maps show the shapes of the blocks and location of the buffers.
Becker et al (2012) introduced an adaptive backpressure which is used to improve the usage of input buffers of the router which is dynamically managed.
For buffers with a CAGE code other than 1HFX2, the PQDR must be submitted to TACOM.
First, mobile devices are normally small and thus resource-constrained with limited computing power and small buffer capacities.
It seems to be well worth unbalancing the buffers to improve stockholding performance.
We conclude that improving buffer design through selection and arrangement of species could help buffers reduce phosphorus losses.
A compression engine as part of the data center appliance compresses the aggregated packets that are in the highly efficient IP accelerator appliance buffers.
Now, use of streamside and field-edge buffers gives farmers a set of conservation tools to use outside their fields in the less productive parts of their farms.
With a 25 ps maximum skew, the new IDT LVDS fan-out buffers offer the industry's most precise clock-signal alignment.
The Company's forest products division always observed the wooded streamside buffers required by Maryland law--and then some.
Each I/O subsystem uses its own buffering or caching mechanism, and applications generally maintain their own private I/O buffers.
Park[1] and other researchers adopt the philosophy that effective use of buffers will enhance the throughput rate of a manufacturing facility.