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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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Heying Zhang et al (2012) reported on multi-VC dynamic shared buffers, they have proposed a novel multi-VC dynamic shared buffer called DAMQ-PF (Dynamically Allocated Multi-queue-Prefetch).
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.
000 DM / vehicle) can be achieved; 12) in order to provide the safe pass through curves with a radius <150 m, it is necessary to consider special measures in order to obtain decreased forces between the buffers and the linking system.
The work we have done shows this is not necessarily so; buffers of unequal size placed appropriately between workstations can sometimes even lead to increases in effectiveness.
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.
Leveraging its expertise in timing technology, IDT is the first in the industry to introduce LVDS fan-out buffers that offer redundant clocking with glitchless switchover.
Some companies are using an inventory management mechanism called stock buffers to properly integrate the links in the supply chain.
The Company's forest products division always observed the wooded streamside buffers required by Maryland law--and then some.
By applying a DBR system and using stock and time buffers appropriately, you may be able to boost your manufacturing plant's efficiency.
Utilities, such as print buffers and V-disks, also can be loaded into this type of memory.
Si533xx Clock Buffers Replace Discrete Components and Provide Universal Format Translation to Simplify System Design
It aggregates these packets into more efficient buffers, and then passes these buffers to the HyperIP Transport component, which sends them to the HyperIP node on the other side of the network.
While forest buffers can to some degree mimic the role once played by the watershed's vast forests, they can never replace the massive nutrient sponge and sediment trap of past forests.