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backtalk

[′bak‚tȯk]
(computer science)
Passage of information from a standby computer to the active computer.
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As an example of this strong community orientation, Cyborganic has established an online conferencing area specifically for GeekCereal, known as BackTalk (http://www.
James Doscher, marketing manager for the ADXL202 said, "The BackTalk training and safety device is a good example of the versatility of ADI's micromachined technology.
The Lowell Sun will be adding this application - calling it BackTalk Live[TM] - to its online newspaper within the next few weeks, providing readers a means to connect about issues that are important to them.
In The Tempest, Prospero is a teacher who instructs his daughter and will have no backtalk.
3 million monthly visitors to respond to a Backtalk Poll inquiring which former first lady Laura Bush should emulate.
However, the February 2006 issue was outstanding and informative, from the first feature to the Backtalk page.
CONTACT: Maggie Burleson, of backtalk press, for The Chicago Improv Festival, +1-972-740-0023, mburleson@backtalkpress.
I feel I need to backtalk them because they have rules that don't make sense.
Appalachia, in BACKTALK FROM APPALACHIA: CONFRONTING STEREOTYPES 21, 34