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BIX

(Byte Information Exchange, Cambridge, MA) An online database of computer knowledge, designed to help users fix problems and obtain info on hardware and software products. BIX was originally a part of Byte Magazine, published by McGraw-Hill. BIX was acquired by Delphi in 1992, and a cross promotion of BIX and Byte Magazine services ended in 1997. Until the summer of 1998, when CMP Media Inc. acquired the magazine, BIX informally supported various Byte editorial services. See online service.
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The Company's proprietary, leading-edge and secure distributed ledger platform, Business InfoXchange System (BIX), and its unique use of incentive solutions, is able to deliver independent validation of food provenance and sustainable production practices within the supply chain.
Her immediate reaction is to leave, but Eden has been doing a lot of hiding lately, avoiding people and alienating friends who are tired of hearing about Bix's death.
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Thus we may consider the era of Rosie the Riveter not only in terms of home, work, and pay but also, as Bix points out in Girls Coming to Tech!, as an important reframing of women's access to knowledge, whether of rivet-guns, aviation, or electronics.
The newly-elected board, chaired by Brigadier Mansoor Al Hajeri, aims to generate ways in which BIX can utilise the TATA cable and dramatically improve communications infrastructure by increasing speed, bandwidth and capacity.
But Cantillon withdrew La Estrella on veterinary advice and left Tom Queally and Stand Guard to completely outclass his only remaining opponent, Bix.
This pigment, which is known as annatto (E160b), contains approximately 80% bixin (BIX; Figure 1(a)), an unusual lipid-soluble carotenoid that has a free carboxyl and an esterified carboxyl end group [13].
Bahrain's three mobile operators, Batelco, Zain and Viva will have access to the central system, which is being hosted by the Bahrain Internet Exchange (BIX).
1931: Bix Beiderbecke, legendary jazz trumpeter, died, aged 28, from a combination of pneumonia and alcoholism.
To pitch their "Bix Mix," Melody suggested doing role-plays, such as a "girls night in" that included the cookies.
Bucky who by then had taken to calling himself Bix and who would not return to Bucky until he started drinking again during our marriage and then stopped drinking after the end of it and I broke up by the summer.
Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) has announced that it is holding discussions with the Bahrain Internet Exchange (BIX) on how to help accelerate the kingdom of Bahrain's national development priorities as well as boost its presence in the Gulf region.