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Deck

In futures and options, an informal term for open orders. Brokers have a deck they attempt to fill at the desired prices. A deck is the equivalent of a book on the equity market.
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Optimized energy and capacity management: MPH2 has the lowest energy consumption of all switched rack PDU designs.
In this section, we present a model to estimate the ratio of heat exchangers to racks required to meet the specified rack inlet temperature.
Matching business requirements with the appropriate rack system is critical and entails asking the right questions as well as providing flexibility in solutions that can accommodate variables such as capital resources, anticipated growth and variable product lines.
No chains or welding are necessary for the racks to meet the requirement that any rack lighter than 500 pounds must be secured to the building or to another rack in facilities not manned 24 hours daily.
Over at the Promenade, Silhasek said there will be no more vacancies with The Rack set to open.
Rather than have six power racks, six bench presses, and six inclines, a modular system is more compact while providing a coach with a better view of a structured workout.
Property owners who understand that winter rack prices rise disproportionately can comparison shop and try to negotiate lower markups.
Standardize on Racks Designed for High-Density Environments: Standardize on appropriate power and thermal policies to make effective rack decisions.
The Gateway 850 and Gateway 820, both 2U in size and compatible with industry-standard racks, offer high availability, redundancy and reliability.
Place additional cards and clips in a basket near the drying rack for easy use by student helpers.
A LOT OF BOTTLE: Wrought iron, round, outdoor wine rack, pounds 16.
Servers, telecom switch gear, keyboard/ video/mouse switches, power distribution units, hubs, routers, patch panels, uninterruptible power supplies and other IT equipment can now be mounted neatly in a rack enclosure.