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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"These parties often seemed to start with barszcz and, when enough eggs could be obtained, ended with the superb cakes for which Poland was famous.
French firms are among those cutting back on the social, sporting and cultural events that are the hallmark of many marketing efforts, according to Barszcz. "Sponsorships have been cut down, and some advertisements as well--law firms want to be able to get a quick ROI."
BAILEY, D., BARSZCZ, E., BARTON, E., BROWNING, D., CARTER, R., DAGUM, L., FATOOHI, R., FINEBERG, S., FREDERICKSON, P., LASINSKI, T., SCHREIBER, T., SIMON, R., VENKATAKRISHNAN, V., AND WEERATUNGA, S.
Poland's most famous food dishes are the bigos (sauerkraut with a variety of meats), pierogi (ravioli-like dumplings stuffed with cottage cheese, minced meat or cabbage and mild mushrooms) and barszcz (red beetroot soup).
Mark Barszcz, systems product manager for Strippi Inc, Akron, NY, points out that improvements in FFS technology have had a profound effect on cost per part produced.
Barszcz and Randall [7] applied spectral kurtosis to gear fault detection, and they diagnosed the ring gear tooth crack in a wind turbine planetary gearbox.
As a consequence, parasites were identified, tallied, and analyzed statistically by major taxon following the strategy adopted by Yevich and Barszcz (1983) in the first Mussel Watch program (Farrington et al.
He is survived by his wife of sixty-six years, Eleonora (Barszcz) Galanek.
Coeur d'Alene, ID, September 28, 2014 --(PR.com)-- “It's exciting!” Michele Barszcz can hardly contain her excitement.
Caura Barszcz (France), Claudia Schieblon (Germany), Silvia Hodges (representing Italy) and Eric Gardner de Beville (Spain) talked to a completely packed room about the current state of legal marketing in their respective countries.
But then, I love barszcz (beetroot soup) and also bigos (sauerkraut with dried mushrooms and meat), let alone golabki (stuffed cabbage leaves).
Proving that age is no barrier, 70-year-old Alice Barszcz, of manahawkin, NJ, entered the javelin, discus, shot put, weightlifing, and bowling competitions.