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BORSCHT

[bȯrsht]
(communications)
An interface circuit between ordinary telephone lines carrying analog voice signals and digital time-division multiplex facilities, which digitizes voice signals, assigns them time slots, and then multiplexes them. Acronym for battery, overvoltage, ringing, supervision, coding, hybrid and test access.
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I now am skimming and reading articles on dozens of news sites and technology journals, clicking on sources linked to by a blogger, and a whole lot more," Borsch says.
I'd cook for him frantically, even with my swollen feet, borsch and fried pork the way he liked it.
Borsch (a manager of international pension research in the asset management industry) on the other hand approaches the question by disaggregating the firm-level data and looking at the corporate financial, organizational, and portfolio adjustment strategies of three corporate cases most affected by financial and/or product market pressures: Siemens, Deutsche Telekom, and Bosch.
Writing (as an "Orientalist") in the early years of the twenty-first century, Borsch contrasts what he takes to be the entirely forward-looking and enlightened responses of the English landholding classes (no mention of the Church as holder of 20-25% of the land of England) to the demographic hemorrhages caused by the bubonic plague in and after 1348 / 49 with (2) the initiative-stifling responses made by the land-holders of Egypt, the Mamluk ruling elite.
It has launched the most popular products from its home-grown Winiary range in the UK, including three instant soups--White Borsch, Sour Soup and Red Borsch--as well as two cooking sauces, stock cubes, seasoning and its best-selling puddings, which include chocolate & vanilla and strawberry jellies.
BORSCH ELECTRIC YOUNG PLAYER-OF-THE-SEASON: Fabrice Muamba.
I remember staring, incredulous, at the first illustrations, at grandma taking an orange-juice bath on a train, at the fridge filled with borsch in case the Cossacks came back.
IOWA -- Richard Barton, Carol Boggess, Linda Borsch, Chris Clapp, Donna Cook, Barbara Crooks, Debbie Dowell, James Farley, Anne Gehle, Jon Groteluschen, Cindy Hardin, Renae Jergens, Joshua Lee, Barry Lyons, Jodi Marti, Robyn Mills, Rita Mueggenberg, Chris Pelton, Diane Poisel, Judy Richardson, Robert Ryan, Robert Schneider, Daren Schumaker, Carrie Smith, Janet Stange, Jeff Stange, Adam Sutter, Mark Thein
Linda Perratt, the current occupant of Cree Lodge stables in Ayr where Angus formerly trained, said yesterday: "I trained three horses for Nigel - Balwearie, Borsch and Seafield Towers - and he was a great trainer, a first-class owner and a top-class guy in every shape and form.
But those old Politburo Cold warriors would choke on their borsch if they saw the kinky Young Communist Pioneer uniforms worn by the waitresses.