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pairing

[′per·iŋ]
(electronics)
In television, imperfect interlace of lines composing the two fields of one frame of the picture; instead of having the proper equal spacing, the lines appear in groups of two.

pairing

Also called "linking," it is the establishment of a connection between a base unit (the transceiver) and a wireless device such as a remote control, headset or speaker. See Bluetooth pairing and Bluetooth speaker.
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In the LPD, meetings involving the coordinator and advisory team occur whenever needed to address pairings and to respond in a timely manner to protege needs.
Kirtley and his coworkers looked for d-wave pairing in a thin film of a thallium barium copper oxide that has a crystal structure known as tetragonal, which is difficult to make but highly symmetrical.
These results support the idea that electron pairing is characterized by d-wave symmetry.
Although theorists are certain that pairing occurs, they have so far been unable to agree on what mechanism leads to the formation of electron pairs in these materials.
Sensitivity to such pairings in the visual world provides babies--by 9 months of age--with a foothold for learning to recognize all sorts of items, propose Jozsef Fiser and Richard N.
Head-to-head competition wasn't an ally to the Chatsworth High girls' volleyball team Thursday, when the Los Angeles City Section playoff pairings were announced at Hamilton High.