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Buffer

In computer science, a temporary storage for data before it can be processed. For example, a word processor may put data in a buffer before sending it to a printer, because a computer operates faster than a printer.
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In a chart embedded in the COA report, the NFA provincial office with the lowest buffer stock was Occidental Mindoro in the Mimaropa region.
The Central government has offered onions from the buffer to States and Union Territories at 'no profit a loss' basis to improve availability and moderate prices of onion during the lean season.
Saturated buffers are vegetated strips of land, as narrow as 30 feet, between tile-drained agricultural fields and waterways.
When Buffer saw HBO's fortunes in boxing turn from bad to worse, he thought it was time to exit.
However, RAHS does not consider the VBR content characteristics and the buffer state of the client.
Global Banking News-December 4, 2018--Slovak central bank says it is ready to increase capital buffers
Turkey maintains that the buffer zone agreement is still in place, despite the fact the militants in Idlib have refused to withdraw from the demilitarized areas.
Four farmers told the media on Saturday that they were asked by the UN to leave while working their land in the Nicosia buffer zone after Turkish soldiers complained they were getting too close to their outposts.
The goal of this system is to link a drainage outlet with a nearby buffer. The vegetated buffer naturally removes the nutrients from the water through plant uptake and/or denitrification and ultimately reduces the amount of nitrogen entering the waterways.
The percussive force of the small ball and the buffer is P, and it is calculated according to Newton's second law of motion:
However, no other research work/study has addressed the issue overall transceiver power consumption, including buffer memory power consumption, and the start-up overhead of the communication module.