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pairing

[′per·iŋ]
(electronics)
In television, imperfect interlace of lines composing the two fields of one frame of the picture; instead of having the proper equal spacing, the lines appear in groups of two.

pairing

Also called "linking," it is the establishment of a connection between a base unit (the transceiver) and a wireless device such as a remote control, headset or speaker. See Bluetooth pairing and Bluetooth speaker.
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While most of our pairings center around flavor profiles, this was one of the few dishes where color became the inspiration," says Reed.
This classic colour combiA[degrees] nation is not unlike nautiA[degrees]cal blue and white -- a perennial summer pairing that's easy to wear.
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Operators looking to add cocktail pairings to the menu may be best off starting with appetizers, says chef/mixologist Kathy Casey, president of Kathy Casey Food Studios and Liquid Kitchen in Seattle, WA.
It will come with the following five recipes, as seen on the Pairings webseries:
JetBlue will operate the Jeppesen Crew Pairing product in-house, customised for JetBlue needs, using Jeppesen's industry-leading pairing optimizer to enhance the airline's crew planning capabilities.
The Republic of Belarus is an important market for us and we are honoured that BelSwissBank, one of the premier banks in the country, is using our currency pairings on their website.
1 pairing Thomas Bjorn and Raphael Jacquelin, who fought back from three down to square the round against Simon Dyson and Jamie Donaldson and take a crucial half.
The States pairings are tougher to predict, but Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker, who starred together in last year's Presidents Cup, were in the same group, with Hunter Mahan and Zach Johnson for company.
It's next to impossible to have a one-size-fits-all approach to pairing wine with Indian food.
CAPTAIN Nick Faldo admitted he cocked up yesterday by allowing pictures to be taken of his planned pairings at the Ryder Cup.
UNITED STATES captain Paul Azinger claims he is stress free and has already pencilled in his pairings for the first day's play at Valhalla tomorrow.