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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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When people watch me, they get more influenced to speed stack themselves--and I love that.
Ballard declines to reveal its annual production volume, but says it shipped 56 light- and heavy-duty fuel cell stacks to vehicular customers.
Engel molded a two-component PC sunroof with an integral support frame in clear and black PC on a 1500-ton Duo Combi CS two-platen unit with a rotating center stack mold at the K 2004 show.
The Motorola "Network-Ready" StarCore architecture-based MSC8101 was selected by Interpeak as a reference platform for the DSP edition of the IPLITE stack.
Stacks ably charts Reston's rise from Scottish immigrant to University of Illinois golf champion to Cincinnati Reds publicity man and AP sports writer, with his storybook marriage to Sally well-rendered.
In search of a more suitable career, Stacks decided to pursue a real estate finance major at the American University in Washington.
Sophomore Garrett Heffner said their stack challenge was devised by two seniors from the Lone Star state who instructed them to start their day by watching a ``training episode'' of the ``Dukes of Hazzard'' while dining on fried chicken, mashed potatoes and grits.
One parity-drive (equivalent) for each stack (Two total)
Additionally, Microchip offers compliant development tools and compliant source code for its royalty-free, no-cost license ZigBee[TM] protocol stack.
Together, the first generation AccuStrip stacker and MHD stacker (figure 8) solved the problems of stacking a dense stack of rubber strip on a pallet or in a box, but there were limitations, as described previously.
TI is the first DSP vendor to address this trend by supplying a TCP/IP stack that provides a dramatic cost reduction by eliminating the need for a separate network processor.
The robot stacks the cups in "mini stacks" of 25 cups--a stable height that prevents the vertical stacks from tipping over, Forrester explains.