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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.
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com.), in some species of Charpentiera and Froelichia (Townsend, 1993; Borsch and Pedersen, 1997; Sanchez-del Pino & Flores Olivera, 2006), two or more branches arise per leaf at each node, which may lead to consider the possibility of branches developing from accessory buds (Hebanthe, Fig.
Borsch then trots out a listing of these "positive" elements.
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(3.) Frederick Borsch (1967), The Son of Man in Myth and History, Philadelphia: Westminster Press, p.
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With us on the panel was Ron Borsch, once cursed as a radical for being the first authoritative voice to suggest entry by the first responding officer--alone--in these cases.
BMO Capital analyst Matt Borsch raised his price target on Molina Healthcare to $105, saying the stock should trade higher following the "surprise" decision by Florida regulators to allow the company to continue serving the Florida Medicaid market under new contracts effective in 2019.
Common dishes include borsch, dumplings and stuffed cabbage.
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And never mind that the French Constitutional Court has ruled that the new 75 per cent tax is repugnant to French law, Depardieu has made his bed in the land of borsch and Bolsheviks.