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Wdr

In the lumber industry, abbr. for “wider.”
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The primary tool in WDR research for decades has been direct measurement, although semi-empirical and numerical simulation models are becoming increasingly used.
Full Size MGF cannot be detected in current analytical procedures, according to the WDR.
Although people's own efforts, initiative, and responsibility are essential to manage risk," says Norman Loayza, WDR Director, "their success, in terms of resilience and prosperity, will be limited without a supportive environment.
The resulting data are kept in two 175 terabyte servers, located in different buildings; contents can be listened free in WDR offices but they are not downloadable.
Altera is taking surveillance another step further by delivering a complete single-chip solution that not only addresses the trends from standard definition to high definition, standard CMOS sensors to WDR CMOS sensors, but makes it more cost effective for surveillance-camera designers to produce high-resolution images over an internet protocol network.
Looking ahead, WDR sees the potential for a modest improvement in Micron's performance in 2000, as the consumer business fades, the mid-market strategy begins to bear fruit, and web and application hosting services from recently-acquired HostPro Inc start contributing revenue.
94-60, WDR should charge interest of 9 percent for the period of March 15, 1994, through December 15, 1994, and 12 percent interest for the period of December 16, 1994, through June 15, 1995.
Jukka-Pekka Saraste (59) will continue to ensure the excellent sound of the WDR Symphony Orchestra.
The WDR Big Band will be offering a visually and acoustically unique live concert experience on 12th December at 7.
New Small Form Factor SurroundVideo([R]) WDR 180x Camera Balances Light and Dark Areas in the Same Scene