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Bridge

1. In broadcasting, a fade-out between two scenes indicating a transition.

2. An advertisement in a magazine or other periodical that goes across two pages.
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Jovanovic, "Performance evaluation of bridgeless PFC boost rectifiers", IEEE Trans.
Actually, since the bridges of a graph and a strong orientation of every bridgeless undirected graph can be deduced in linear time (recall Theorems 1 and 2), the algorithm described in the sufficiency part of the proof of Theorem 3 can even be implemented to efficiently construct, i.e.
The Implementation of Bridgeless Bipolar-Gain Pseudo-Boost Converter
Figure 5 shows the schematics of a bridgeless die board and an embedded blade.
Here the mode is detailed realism; the characteristic tone is understatement, with some irony, as in the characterization of an air raid as "such rudeness" (Szep) and the mission of a ragged trio to bring manuscripts--by ferry across the bridgeless Danube--from Buda to Pest to bring about "a fresh start in Hungarian literature" (Somlyo, in an autobiographical novel); and the characteristic response is wonder at having survived the incomprehensible, as in Somlyo's escaping because of a single mistaken letter in his name, finding "exemption" a source of guilt and wondering, "was it I who survived?"
Just before recounting Laxart's story, he remarks that "To us, she was divine" - not divinely-inspired - and separated from the rest of humanity by a "bridgeless abyss"; D'Arc and Laxart were bound to misunderstand her, never having known "any people but human beings" (Twain n.d., 18:71-72).
It provided, in extenso, evidence and argument that would decisively bury mutational theories of speciation and Goldschmidt's claim of "bridgeless gaps" in the origin of species and higher taxa, showing in detail the gradual origin of species differences.
You ford bridgeless rivers (or wade across shallow ones), bathe in streams, carry supplies for cooking over an open fire, and help with campsite chores.
High switching loss is occurred so the bridgeless configuration is introduced.
Heldwein, "Three-level single-phase bridgeless PFC rectifiers," IEEE Trans.
In 1880, Tait [27] proved that the Four-Color Conjecture is equivalent to the statement that every planar bridgeless cubic graph has chromatic index 3.
As users move to 66-MHz cPCI-bus cards, a bridgeless bus can support only five slots which may not suffice for an industrial system.