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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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The STACK JV has elected to participate in the drilling of the first scheduled Osage well, under the Farm-In Agreement, and pay its proportionate working interest share of costs related to drilling and completion (47.
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).
The Ford FCV runs on a Ballard 902 series fuel cell stack that's fueled with 5,000 pounds per square inch of compressed hydrogen.
Consider this: The stack of pennies is heavy and does not move when the can rolls.
A LOOSE FIT CAN CAUSE A HOT STACK TO FALL AND START A FIRE
The Motorola "Network-Ready" StarCore architecture-based MSC8101 was selected by Interpeak as a reference platform for the DSP edition of the IPLITE stack.
Sophomore Chad Young and freshman Michelle Swan, meantime, were taking part in a more low-key stack.
One parity-drive (equivalent) for each stack (Two total)
Stack was the main speaker during the 1998 AFS Foundry Executive Management Conference, held October 1114 in Asheville, North Carolina.
Stack says he wonders what cows do with the sugar chain containing L-altrose.
The organization was founded in June 2004 as the OpenIB Alliance with two goals: to develop a Linux-based InfiniBand software stack for acceptance into the kernel, and to encourage Linux distributors to include and support this stack.