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crumb

(data, jargon)
(Or tayste /tayst/) Silly suggested term for two binary digits.

The term "quarter" has also been suggested, referring to the US 25-cent coin. This was once equal in value to two of the eight "bits" - pie-slice-shaped "pieces of eight" - into which Spanish silver crowns were cut to make change.
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Crumb is past president of the Texas Section WateReuse Association and currently president of the North Texas Chapter of the Underground Construction Technology Association.
Crumb strolled through the gallery on a recent afternoon gazing at some of the pieces, which include issues of "Despair" and "Motor City Comics," examples of how he would take illustration styles from the 1920s and give them hippie flair.
The investigation into her disappearance was being stepped up before yesterday's discovery with the launch of a missing poster appeal which the police hoped would jog people's memories or encourage Mrs Crumb to contact them.
In his essay, Don Gillespie effectively places Crumb in historical context, traces his evolution, and shows the independence of the composer's discoveries (p.
Depending on your product specifications, application, and desired flavor, SEM Japanese-style Crumb also can be combined with other seasonings to create unique flavor combinations.
In his research, Xie proved that crumb rubber is not a rigid material; instead, it can be easily bent or compressed.
7) And the markets for fines (minus-20 mesh) and super fines (minus-60 mesh) are continuing to grow at steady rates and have the potential to join the other crumb markets with 50 percent type growth rates if the reliability of super fines production gets the tire industry more engaged and if polymer-modified asphalt continues to demonstrate success.
Stir nuts into reserved crumb mixture; sprinkle over chocolate filling.
The callers' question regarding the safety of tire crumb for use on children's playgrounds is appropriate, and the case highlights many of the difficulties that care providers and health advisors encounter in daily practice.
The mechanical dummyis fed biscuits made using different baking techniques to determine a consistency which produces the amount of crumbs consumers have come to expect.
Black Angels" was commissioned in 1970 by the University of Michigan, where Crumb had done his doctoral work.