peaker

peaker

[′pēk·ər]
(electronics)
A small fixed or adjustable inductance used to resonate with stray and distributed capacitances in a broad-band amplifier to increase the gain at the higher frequencies.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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MATTHEW Peaker successfully defended his Huddersfield Billiards & Snooker Association's Billiards Championship and claimed the title for the seventh time with victory over Scott Lawton in the final.
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EVERY week on a Tuesday and Friday at Bloemfontein Primary School, Years 3 and 4 pupils go to learn how to play recorders with their Head Teacher Mr Peaker. The lesson takes place in the library.
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John Bastow of Meltham Lib B had a 28, Brian Cousen of Lindley Lib had breaks of 36 and 35, Mathew Peaker of Brockholes BC made breaks of 44, 43, 39 and 33, Jack Dyson of Meltham Lib A recorded breaks of 45, 29 and 28, however, the highest break of the week came from David Peaker of Brockholes BC with a fine break of 56 against Rick Steer of Berry Brow Lib.
BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER HUDDERSFIELD billiards champion Matthew Peaker, from Brockholes BC, has been in exceptional form in the most recent set of fixtures in this season's Huddersfield Sunday School Billiards League.
Jack Dyson, of Meltham Lib A, had a 30, John Bastow, of Meltham Lib B, made a 33, John Ingleby, of Moldgreen Lib, recorded breaks of 45 and 40, Mathew Peaker, of Brockholes BC, registered a 50 break - however, the highest break of the week came from David Peaker, of Brockholes BC, with a break of 55 against Graham Whitehouse, of Marsh Lib A.