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ambo, 1
1. In early Christian churches, a pulpit for reading or chanting the Gospels or the Epistles.
2. In contemporary Balkan or Greek churches, a large pulpit or reading desk.
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In addition there is wide ecosystem support for AMBA 5 CHI including verification IP from Cadence, Mentor and Synopsys.
In the early hours of April 3, Amba came into the world healthy and weighing 7lb 3oz.
Amba Township hopes to automate their entire business process with the help of the following modules:
The open nature of the AMBA standard delivers tremendous benefits to system designers by expanding the variety of IP available for implementation in SoC's and FPGAs, and thus accelerating time to market"
Amba fears her mum was discharged from Thornbury private hospital in Doncaster too soon.
The DesignWare solutions for AMBA interconnect include all three parts required to facilitate AMBA protocol-based subsystem designs: AMBA protocol- compliant synthesizable IP, AMBA 2 and AMBA 3 Assured(TM) Verification IP, and coreAssembler, an automated tool for rapidly assembling, configuring, and implementing AMBA 2 and AMBA 3 AXI protocol-based subsystems.
Composed of 14 essays written largely by African women theologians, this collection celebrates the life and offerings to African theology of the founder of the Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians, Mercy Amba Oduyoye.
The DesignWare synthesizable IP for the AMBA 3 AXI protocol is used in high-bandwidth, low-latency, high-performance designs.
Jade cracked her knee and Amba was left with a broken thigh following the early morning crash in which Assisi escaped serious injury.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-October 1, 2014--Moody's to acquire remaining Copal Amba stake
TWO major milk co-operatives, Milk Link and Arla Foods amba, have announced merger plans to create the UK's biggest milk processor.
The pandas, Ling Ling and Amba, met last week as part of a European conservation programme and are said to be getting on well.