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system board

A printed circuit board that contains the primary CPU. See motherboard.
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We look forward to seeing Cris Peterson, Jason Plante, and Gerald Whitburn work as leaders of the University of Wisconsin System as members of the Wisconsin System Board of Regents, Governor Walker said.
As my term on the system board comes to an end, I feel as though I'm leaving both the system and Oregon West Network governing boards at a time when PeaceHealth could benefit from recruiting board members who will help prepare the organization for the new world of population health.
In his letter, the governor made no mention of the conflict surrounding his appointee on the UT System board, Regent Wallace Hall.
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Dick) has been named chairman of the Spectrum Health System Board of Directors.
The current UT System board generated controversy the spring by pursuing a plan to pay for an investigation of the University of Texas at Austin School of Law, which many lawmakers thought was unnecessary.
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The Emergency Telephone System Board then had 18 public safety answering points that responded to 911 calls.
SAN ANTONIO -- San Antonio Water System Board of Trustees today voted unanimously to deny a contract with Oil Mop, Inc.
I am pleased to announce the reappointment of Mrs Catherine Walter AM as a member of the Payments System Board for a further five-year period.
Agfa was able to use our prototyping board to develop their own system board and then license our IP controller, the same RTL as found in our prototyping boards, to manage bus communication.
Evans also was president for two years for the Colorado State Board of Land Commissioners and was appointed to the Colorado State University System Board of Governors in 2004.