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Stack

A unit of volume equivalent to 108 cubic feet. It is used in the sale of firewood.
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Designed for high school and college students, lifelong learners, and trivia lovers of all ages, Stacks 3.
At a Sport Stacking competition, stackers must complete different kinds of stacking challenges, or sequences, that are named for the number of stacks and cups they contain (for example, a 333 sequence would contain 3 stacks which have 3 cups each).
According to Toyo, the system stacks rubber strips with such speed and accuracy that the company is getting higher loads per pallet.
Sacred Stacks is a tribute to the libraries' long honored ability to provide sacred secular space.
GM's current experimental 40-vehicle fuel cell test fleet, like those of its competitors, is based on serial production cars that have been modified to run on fuel cell stacks rather than internal combustion engines.
The number of schools with active programs has more than doubled in the past two years, to about 6,000 schools this year, says Metz, who is also a specialist at Speed Stacks, the company that makes the cups and timing devices.
Interpeak's IPLITE solution enables OEMs to benefit from standardized and compact TCP/IP stacks which are designed specifically to fit the required code size for Motorola's MSC8101 DSPs," said David Baczewski, Strategic Marketing Manager for Motorola's RF& DSP Infrastructure Division, "The combination of Motorola's network-ready DSPs and off-the-shelf IPv6 protocol stacks from Interpeak enable designers to deliver next generation systems while reducing time to market.
Stacks judiciously explains Reston's contributions and shortcomings and rightly places him near the center of almost every significant chapter of postwar American history.
Adding a third and fourth junction to each stack will be the next step toward the goal of fabricating and observing steps in 50-junction stacks in order to create a 2 mm long lumped array with 50 [omega] impedance.
Stacks, for example, the vice president of commercial real estate for M&T Bank and the chairman of the Young Mortgage Bankers of America Association, in person turns out to have a very different mindset than the one you would expect in a man of his profession.
The stacks of old have been replaced with a series of tasks that, ``stack up,'' or lead to the final clue and the way into the seniors' rooms or somewhere else on campus.