SCSI termination


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SCSI termination

The end of a SCSI chain, which must be identified by placing a resistor module in the open port. See SCSI.
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As they arose the girl's revolver spoke in sharp staccato and one sank back to the deck again to rise no more.
Already the stables were lit up like a chandelier; there was a staccato rattle of horseshoes in the stable yard, and the great gates were opening as we skimmed past in the nick of time.
What he said we could not hear for the deep-drawn blast and the high staccato crackle of the blazing hold.
A staccato of shots came over to him, reminding him of army manoeuvres, of newspaper descriptions of fights, of all that was entirely correct in his conception of warfare.
While still in the anteroom Prince Andrew heard loud voices and a ringing staccato laugh- a laugh such as one hears on the stage.
Celia was not impulsive: what she had to say could wait, and came from her always with the same quiet staccato evenness.
As he stood thus, peering out into the darkness of the cloud-enshrouded night, there came to him from across the water, like a slap in the face, so sudden and unexpected was it, the sharp staccato of an exchange of shots and then the scream of a woman.
The renegade Galus and their Kro-lu allies stood waiting for the word from Du-seen that would launch that barbed avalanche of death upon us, when there broke from the wood beyond the swamp the sweetest music that ever fell upon the ears of man--the sharp staccato of at least two score rifles fired rapidly at will.