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ped

[ped]
(geology)
A naturally formed unit of soil structure.
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Older versions of Bluetooth will not operate with the PED.
The global federated PED concept would allow each joint, interagency, or coalition member to continue to build on his own core competencies without recreating or duplicating the core competencies of others.
Each day of intubation increased the risk of PED by 14%, and patients older than 55 had a 37% increased risk of dysphagia compared with younger patients (9).
Future plug-and-play sensor capabilities will increase the need for centralized AIB management as it continues developing and strengthening the dynamic relationship between collection platform, sensor, and PED.
Mexico also imposed a ban on imports of hogs from the US in May 2013 because of the PED outbreak.
Of those passengers who accidently left their PED turned on in-flight, 61% said the device was a smartphone.
Those without treatment and no telephone contact or follow-up in the PED were classified as lost to follow-up.
The SME PED also provides all the standard PED functionality, including a calendar, Internet browsing and e-mail, making it a highly versatile traveling companion.
Based upon recent events stemming from Major League Baseball (MLB), Olympic Track and Field, and the torturous Tour de France, the bottom line is easily discernable: We are facing a formidable PED upswing with a stout contingent of athletes from all sports who are being mentored and advised by astute associates who search feverishly for testing loopholes.
Secure Access Solutions, at the University of Warwick Science Park, has come up with the PED Cradle, using a magnifying lens.
PED manufacturers submitting devices for security testing will be able to rely on a single set of standards, helping ensure cardholder security and providing faster time-to-market for financial institutions.
The I5100 comes Visa PED compliant and ready for 3DES.