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specs

[speks]
(engineering)

specs

(SPECificationS) The details of the components built into a device. See specification.
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7-inch model released in 2016 with same camera specs now rumored for the iPad Pro 2.
AAFES WILL BE THE ONLY STORES AUTHORIZED TO SELL AUTHENTIC ACUs, THE ONES THAT COMPLY WITH SPECS.
The announcement by MoDOT about its new shingles spec puts Missouri in a lead role to further the development of shingle recycling throughout the country.
A common tactic is to call in three or four vendors, run them through a dog and pony show with no specs or only the most vague of specs, run a test or two, a pilot or two and, viola, the IRA or Justice has a new software standard which was achieved in a manner similar to palm reading or looking at birth signs.
Within a month or so, we plan to move five more categories of machinery specs from the Handbook to the web.
Drives that have been offered for a while with slower (but still more-than-merely-acceptable) performance specs are now widely available at attractively lower prices.
We called up Specs and told him that the technique had changed over the years (after he went blind) and that the first baseman was now setting up at the inside back corner of the bag.
Despite their advantages, specs can present real risks.
Not only are they willing to develop new specs, but suppliers are demonstrating a new attitude toward what constitutes conformance to thos specs.
html) cross tabs our product lines with key spec issues like power, flow and temperature requirements.
In addition to Linux support, the company has announced support for Agilent's new E4980A LCR meter, speed improvements in the HS-CMU (High-Speed Capacitance Measurement Unit) for the 4072B and 4073B models, and several SPECS and SPECS-FA usability enhancements.