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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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'Keysight is performing a pivotal role in helping the industry advance the use of Chord signaling in high-speed digital applications, unlocking new capabilities in electronic devices and systems,' said Dr.
Cleaning up to each page would be more mentally freeing to remember the plethora of chords and accompaniments.
With Chord becoming a distant summer memory, the source said that Emma and Brendan, "sat on the same chaise lounge and took turns rubbing each other's backs and being very affectionate."
You will notice that the lead sheet has the solo section with just chord symbols and slash marks.
The improvisers identified the oddball chords unsuitable for substitution faster and more accurately than the mostly classically-trained musicians with limited improvisational practice.
Laurie Mentiplay, Associate Director in Environmental Assessment, Management and Town Planning said: Over the past six years, the WSP team has helped Network Rail successfully steer the Ordsall Chord through an extremely complex and challenging planning process.
In this study, the combined effect of the helicopter blade taper and blade root chord length on the control effort of the FCS of a helicopter is for the first time evaluated with OVCs.
(1) We readapted a trust-based mixed strategy, which already proved effective in Kademlia both for routing [11] and for storage and retrieval procedures, to Chord, verifying its effectiveness during lookup as well as storage and retrieval procedures in a network infected by sybils.
Chord Electronics has launched Mojo, a British-built headphone amplifier and DAC in India.
The Chord Group is one of the world's largest special economic zone consultancies, with 22 offices across the world and 500 staff.
--One bar of the dominant seventh chord ([C.sup.7]).
Shoosmiths has acted for the developer, Chord, throughout the life-cycle of the project - advising initially on the site acquisition then development, funding, management and lettings.