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  • 81Ground loop (electricity) — In an electrical system, a ground loop usually refers to a current, generally unwanted, in a conductor connecting two points that are supposed to be at the same potential, often ground, but are actually at different potentials. Ground loops… …

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  • 82Twice Removed — Album par Sloan Sortie 30 Août 1994 Enregistrement 1994 Durée 44:48 Genre Rock indépendant Producteur Jim Rondinelli …

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  • 83coaxial cable — noun a transmission line for high frequency signals • Syn: ↑coax, ↑coax cable • Derivationally related forms: ↑coax (for: ↑coax) • Hypernyms: ↑cable, ↑ …

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  • 84sweet-talk — verb influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering He palavered her into going along • Syn: ↑wheedle, ↑cajole, ↑palaver, ↑blarney, ↑coax, ↑inveigle • Derivationally related forms …

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  • 85ARCNET — (also CamelCased as ARCnet, an acronym from Attached Resource Computer NETwork) is a local area network ( LAN ) protocol, similar in purpose to Ethernet or Token Ring. ARCNET was the first widely available networking system for microcomputers and …

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  • 86Peshmerga — Infobox Military Unit unit name = Peshmerga caption = Peshmerga emblem dates = 1890 Present country = Iraqi Kurdistan Region allegiance = branch = Army type = role = Domestic defense size = 270,000 [… …

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  • 87Passive optical network — A passive optical network (PON) is a point to multipoint, fiber to the premises network architecture in which unpowered optical splitters are used to enable a single optical fiber to serve multiple premises, typically 32 128. A PON consists of an …

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  • 88TiVo DVRs — Main article|TiVoTiVo corporation designed a number of digital video recorders which have been produced and sold by a number of other companies. All of the units listed here use the TiVo operating system software and require the TiVo service.TiVo …

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  • 89Power dividers and directional couplers — A 10 dB 1.7–2.2 GHz directional coupler. From left to right: input, coupled, isolated (terminated with a load), and transmitted port …

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  • 90G.hn — is the common name for the next generation home network technology standard being developed under the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The work is being done in the ITU T Telecommunication Standardization Sector, Study Group 15. Over… …

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  • 91TiVo digital video recorders — encompass a number of digital video recorder (DVR) models that TiVo, Inc. designed. Features may vary, but a common feature is that all of the units listed here require TiVo service and use its operating system. TiVo units have been manufactured… …

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  • 92entice — I verb allure, bait, cajole, coax, decoy, divert, induce, inveigh, lure, seduce, tempt II index bait (lure), betray (lead astray), cajole, coax …

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  • 93παππίζουσ' — παππίζουσα , παππίζω coax pres part act fem nom/voc sg (attic epic doric ionic) παππίζουσι , παππίζω coax pres part act masc/neut dat pl (attic epic doric ionic) παππίζουσι , παππίζω coax pres ind act 3rd pl (attic epic doric ionic) παππίζουσαι …

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  • 94cajole — transitive verb (cajoled; cajoling) Etymology: French cajoler Date: 1630 1. a. to persuade with flattery or gentle urging especially in the face of reluctance ; coax < had to cajole …

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  • 95SCART — Infobox connector name=SCART type=Analogue audio and video connector caption=A male SCART connector (21 pin) designer=CENELEC design date=1970s manufacturer= production date= superseded=RCA, DIN (in Europe) superseded by= length= width= height=&#8230; …

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  • 96DOCSIS — Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS) (often pronounced /ˈdɒksɪs/) is an international telecommunications standard that permits the addition of high speed data transfer to an existing cable TV (CATV) system. It is employed by&#8230; …

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  • 97Whip antenna — on car A whip antenna is an antenna consisting of a single straight flexible wire or rod, often mounted above some type of conducting surface called a ground plane.[1] The bottom end of the whip is connected to the radio receiver or transmitter.&#8230; …

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  • 98Cable modem termination system — Cable modem terminations system A cable modem termination system or CMTS is a piece of equipment typically located in a cable company s headend or hubsite, and used to provide high speed data services, such as cable Internet or voice over&#8230; …

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  • 99Verizon FiOS — Verizon FiOS, sometimes simply FiOS which stands for Fiber Optic Service [ [http://www.dslreports.com/faq/12996 Verizon Online DSL FAQ dslreports.com] ] , is an Internet, telephone, and TV service that is presently offered in some areas of the&#8230; …

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  • 100J-pole antenna — The J pole antenna, also called the Zepp antenna (short for Zeppelin), was first invented by the Germans for use in their lighter than air balloons. Trailed behind the airship it consisted of a single element, one half wavelength long. This was&#8230; …

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