set bit

set bit

[′set ‚bit]
(design engineering)
A bit insert with diamonds or other cutting media.
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Brown has set bit of a precedent by offering an opinion on his Hibs mate
But if the lottery of the tie-break had favored the leading No.8 seeds, the start of the second set bit back at them as Nielsen served a double fault to hand Nestor and Mirnyi an early lead.
A cup and saucer is pounds 7.50 and it's easy to add to the set bit by bit.
--2nd type: if (associated it = 1) and (transition condition = true) then (reset associated bit) and (set bit associated with next step)
It is possible to place the set BIT, COW, CUR, DIN, HAS, HEW, MAT, MUN, RED, and SOB in one of the diagrams but not the other.
In Algorithm LG, the insertion of u = 0 will cause an immediate error return; but if u = 0 in Step 1 of Algorithm EA, it will insidiously and mutely result in an endless loop while searching for the first set bit, and so suitable precautions must be taken to avoid exact zeros.
This detection operation is done by executing the CPUID instruction and checking a set bit in the result, giving software developers the flexibility to determine which software should be run.
Then, the hardware costs are defined by summing all the set bits for the scales and coefficients and normalizing them, which is
"I can do certain set bits and I have specific songs that I do, but each show is unique."
* Signatures are inserted considering both 0s and 1s whereas actual weight age is for set bits only.
Using private commands, the smart serial device can change the 4866's IDN message, set the 4866's GPIB address and set bits in the 4866's IEEE-488.2 Status Reporting Structure registers over the serial link.
This is achieved by using either a downhole motor with a bent sub between the drill bit and the downhole motor, or by use of a combination of standard barrel, stiff barrel, impregnated bits and surface set bits.