ping pong


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ping pong

To transmit in one direction and then the other like the back and forth in the game of ping pong. See half-duplex. Contrast with asymmetric modem.
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For further media enquiries please contact Ping Pong International, Group Marketing Manager, Katie Harel - Tel: +44-207-036-8200 , Email: Katie@pingpong-group.
The Pavilion Downtown Dubai, The Archive - Safa Park and the Magazine Shop at Media City and DIFC will host regular Ping Pong Dubai events
As with many sports, the Brits invented ping pong (in the 1880s) but we've since been overtaken by the likes of Germany, Japan, Sweden and China, who now dominate the game - understandably when it's the national sport in a country of 1.
Also jumping on the bandwagon is the pop-up Ping Pong Parlour, a temporary table tennis cafe in central London's fashionable Carnaby Street area.
Ladbrokes: 6 Ping Pong Sivola, 7 Gwanako, 10 Fingeronthepulse, 14 Nozic, New Little Bric, Private Be The Sawyer, Irish Raptor, Fresh Air And Fun, 16-1 bar.
Ping Pong Sivola never came off the bridle in winning by a distance and she has the look of being a good thing.
Zhuang says nine of 10 people on a Beijing street will tell you they play ping pong.
What happened: An activity called beer pong - it's all about lobbing Ping Pong balls into cups of beer and forcing the other team to guzzle their suds - has become so popular with college-aged kids in bars across the country that leagues are breaking out, stats are being logged and an official World Series of Beer Pong tournament is planned for Mesquite, Nev.
The 3,000-SF Metropolis Club also offers recreational activities such as a golf practice net, billiards, and ping pong.
At a recent keg party, student Karl Harris was already lamenting the possible end of a way of life, as his frat brothers played beer pong (when a ping pong ball lands in a cup of beer, the player must drink it).
WASHINGTON -- A karate master can break a brick with his bare hands, and children visiting the Michigan Tech Mind Trekkers exhibit at the 2nd USA Science & Engineering Festival at the Washington Convention Center this weekend can hurl a ping pong ball right through a soda can--learning for themselves the physics of air pressure.