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uplink

(1) The transmission from an earth station up to a satellite. Contrast with downlink.

(2) The transmission from a cellphone or other mobile device to a cell tower. Contrast with downlink.

(3) A port on a network device that is used to connect to another network device rather than to a client or server. See MDI port.


An Uplink Port
Ethernet switches used to have an uplink port for connecting to another switch or hub. The port was eventually discarded as equipment became more sophisticated (see MDI port).

upload

To send data from a user's machine to a server. For more details, see download and download vs. upload.
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UL

Abbr. for Underwriters’ Laboratories, Inc.
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"It is evident that the Bulgarian economy is changing hands between stooges," said socialist opposition MP Krum Zarkov in reference to Ulen's opaque ownership and allegations that the sports hero is serving as a front to whitewash the resort's image.
(24.) See Cooter & Ulen, supra note 16, at 40-42; Malloy, Law And Market Economy, supra note 14, at 97; Malloy, Law In A Market Context, Supra Note 14, At 117; Posner, supra note 16, at 158-160; Shy, supra note 16, at 3.
Cooter and Ulen (2008) also take this view, arguing that "society is, in general, better off when goods are acquired through voluntary exchange" (p.
Schoumans OF, Chardon WJ, Bechmann ME, Gascuel-Odoux C, Hoftnan G, Kronvang B, Rubaek GH, Ulen B, Dorioz J-M (2014) Mitigation options to reduce phosphorus losses from the agricultural sector and improve surface water quality: a review.
(13) Thomas S Ulen, "The Coasean Firm in Law and Economics" (1993) 18:2 J Corp L 301 at 320.
(93) See for example, Baldwin and Davis, 2003: 882; Ulen, 2008: 900; George, 2005: 144.
Silt is very vulnerable to water erosion, since it is small and has low resistance to both cohesion and friction (Ulen et al.