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NAK

[nak or ‚en‚ā′kā]
(computer science)

NAK

NAK

(Negative AcKnowledgement) A communications code used to indicate that a message was received in error or that the endpoint is not ready to accept data or simply a "no" response to a query. Contrast with ACK.
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The 22-year-old had prayed to Ya Nak and said there was a single black card remaining in a box of reds during his enlistment.
It is, in my view, this firm attachment to embodiment that in turn becomes the source of terror, not simply for Nang Nak but for an array of other kinds of phi or ghosts--all of which are gendered female.
Isvec, Finlandiya ve Norvec'te yapilan Nordic Cystectomy Trial I ve II calismalari NAK'nin anlamli yarar saglandigini gosteren ilk calismalar olmustur.
The basic idea is to delay each receiver's feedback (ACK or NAK) by a random time, thereby, desynchronizing the feedback to reduce contention.
The third theme, closely related to the second and implicit in the observations that social scientists have made about the nak leng social type, is masculinity or manliness in Thai culture as it is expressed in leaders, both elected and appointed, who hold authority at all levels, in the provinces as well as on the national stage.
[23] Nonzee wrote and directed this film (and even wrote a book about the making of the film) because he had grown up hearing stories about Mae Nak from his parents and friends.
The remaining stockpile of 57 tonnes of NaK coolant comprises a volatile alloy of two alkali metals which would burst into flames upon exposure to the atmosphere.
Nak my day: Japan and Celtic ace Shunsuke Nakamura outfoxes Socceroos star Mark Milligan
GDF has been working in partnership with Ukraine's national gas group NAK since the early 1990s, a company spokesman said.
AUSTIN A tiny Austin jeweler quickly learned the Nak for cozying up to celebrities.
The remaining category of nontoxic transducers has a sodium-potassium (NaK) liquid fill.