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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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E.4 Companies and institutions to watch in the quantum repeater space
The eR-S1110 Ethernet Repeater uses high-end components and has an on-board microcontroller to deal with link error detection and recovery.
In Figure 5, the passive wireless readout distance between the transponder and the reader can be read as 4.5 cm, which is the maximum readout distance without a repeater. That means, if the readout distance is increased, even if the power supply [V.sub.E] is increased simultaneously, the correct output waveform will not be obtained.
This, officials said, was the first of 10 planned radio repeaters to extend the radio's reception to all South Sudan's states and their rural communities.
In the following 80 stimuli, a number of F waves were recorded with increased repeater F waves in left ulnar nerves of the 4 patients in the P group, while none or just 1 F wave was recorded in the left ulnar nerves of the 3 patients in the NP group [Table 2], [Figure 2] and [Figure 3].{Figure 2}{Figure 3}{Table 2}
However, the logistic regression model suggested that total dependence on SB was more important than BPD in predicting and is more strongly associated with major repeater status.
The repeater includes both a receiver and transmitter, which receives incoming packet data from spYdaq transmitters, checks the validity of the packets and re-sends them to the base-station.
Repeater did not enjoy the clearest of runs that day but probably would not have troubled the winner in any case.
Basically, if there is one trainer who knows the time of day with staying three-year-olds it is Prescott and I'm pretty sure Repeater is going to improve massively for the step up to 2m2f.
MRNSW Commissioner Stacey Tannos said that with coverage from Kiama to Kioloa and at least 22 nautical miles seaward, the channel 81 repeater would allow vessels to talk to Marine Rescue bases from much further away.
FOR Haberdashers' School for Girls the climax of this year's activity took place on Monday, April 11 at Celtic Manor, where Sarah Monk and Jess Reynolds (Steph Chan was at home in Hong Kong) presented their radio repeater project, which they have successfully installed in Penallt to aid Severn Area Rescue Association.
Using self-reported but empirically verified repeater groups, we analyzed vast amounts of real test data across a wide range of administrations from a graduate admissions examination that was administered in a non-English language to investigate repeater effects on score equating using the nonequivalent groups with anchor test (NEAT) design.