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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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The main issue, however, is what the preferred option for the future of the Eurozone actually is," Dr Borsch said.
The industry may save about $704 million that would have been returned to consumers in 2011, when the rule takes effect, Matthew Borsch, a Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
People fear a disruptive technology or business model will come on the scene and they won't have time to act," says Steve Borsch, CEO of Marketing Directions, a consulting firm.
You seem pretty tight with Officer Gil Borsch and I thought you were friends-but maybe he has you under surveillance?
Our First Atom Bomb: An All-American Story by Frederick Borsch is told from the perspective of one of the bombardiers and follows him during the intense six-hour mission from Tinian launch to bomb drop.
in the sense of Schinz, 1934) comprises 77 genera with a total of approximately 840 species, mainly distributed throughout tropical and subtropical latitudes (Muller & Borsch, 2005b).
I cook myself borsch in a cozy kitchen of a modern city flat rather than wander in a desert in search of thorny tumbleweed:"
The most famous dish where beetroot is concerned is borsch in various forms, where it can be a delicate pink and creamy chilled soup speckled with chives, or a one-pot meal with meat, sausages and other vegetables floating in a rich dark red soup served with bowls of soured cream and cheese patties.
Borsch serves as the deputy of the acquisition logistics and strategy branch.
You could start with homemade Sea Buckthorn schnapps, smoked cheese and marinated pumpkin before choosing from the a la carte menu which is strongly influenced by the country's Nordic and Russian neighbours with dishes like sauerkraut, blood sausage, borsch and herring.
I'm back to my favourite borsch and vareniki - dumplings stuffed with cottage cheese - and from this point of view I now feel as if I never moved countries," he added.
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.