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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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(68) Bulgarian cuisine can satisfy even Russians, reported one group leader in 1969 (although they would have liked to have the occasional "pleasant surprise" of Russian shchi or Ukrainian borshch).
The spokesman said the council would consider hardship relief for Borshch.
Lenny Borshch and Augustine Pena of Berko and Associates represented both Fimida and the seller in the off-market sale that closed August 10th.
As anticipated, prices for "borshch vegetables" (including prices for potatoes, onions, cabbage, carrots and beetroots), eggs, meat and meat products fell.
Myrna Kostash, for instance, writes that "Ukrainian-Canadians still generally go along with the popular view of themselves as colourful, dancing, horilka-tippling hunkies recently arrived from a wheat farm in Saskatchewan" (2000, 30), and Janice Kulyk Keefer would agree, pointing out that most Canadians' image of Ukraine is shaped by a familiarity with "borshch and cabbage rolls, vast and shining wheat fields, and pretty girls with whirling ribbons and flashing red boots" (2005, 19).
Borshch were established in 1982 moving to our Flagship store in Upper Trinity Street, B9 4EG in May 1998.
The new Soviet diet included not only Russian cabbage soup but also Ukrainian borshch, Uzbek plov, melons from Central Asia, and oranges from the Caucasus.
BORSHCH Electrical are offering you the chance to win this fantastic Indesit SIXL145 washing machine!