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specs

[speks]
(engineering)

specs

(SPECificationS) The details of the components built into a device. See specification.
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AAFES WILL BE THE ONLY STORES AUTHORIZED TO SELL AUTHENTIC ACUs, THE ONES THAT COMPLY WITH SPECS.
We also believe, as the producer incorporating the RAS from Peerless into our HMA, that we can also meet the mix design requirements in the draft MoDOT spec.
This probably has no relationship to agency needs and reflects the lack of understanding, so common as to the product specs and the agency needs.
Taiyo Yuden, the first commercial CD-R manufacturer, is starting to produce write-once disks with a 16X recording spec.
Specs stopped writing for us after his 1968 contributions and that was the last we ever heard from or about him until 1989 when a small block of type in the obituary section of our morning newspaper caught our eye: "Specs Toporcer, Former Major League Ballplayer, 1899-1989.
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.
Under the terms of the co-marketing agreement, Specs will distribute the Kinase-focused library to its worldwide customer base of pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, with Eidogen-Sertanty receiving royalties.
5 is a consolidated, integrated spec that includes the 3Gb/s feature, as well as other features like Native Command Queuing (NCQ), Staggered Spin-up, Hot Plug, Port Multiplier and eSATA.
The Criterion Tablet PC Solution gives home inspectors everything they need to do business while out in the field," said Stephen Showalter, founder and president of Building Specs Inc.