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one-finger salute

A raising of the middle finger, a rude gesture of anger, displeasure, or dismissal. The car behind me was honking at me to go faster, so I just gave him a one-finger salute.
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OFS

verb
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Vinod Nair, head, fundamental research, Geojit BNP Paribas, says, "With Sebi allowing 10% quota for retail investors in OFS issues, this category of investors has an opportunity to buy shares of good companies.
Table 5 shows the proximate composition and mineral and beta carotene content of OFS fortified weaning foods as compared to maize-soybean only, previously analyzed by Annan and Plahar [2].
The flexible floor plan made it possible to convert existing space into additional research labs to meet their growing needs, and Hampshire incentivized OFS by negotiating a financially attractive lease extension, a true win-win for both parties.
OFS Brands practices what the company calls one-piece flow manufacturing, which is an emphasis on single-piece manufacturing over batch production, according to Senior Vice President of Manufacturing Jeff Eckert.
Because implanting the cathode above or below the injury site will promote neuronal growth only in one direction, the OFS device alternates polarity every 15 minutes.
The whole purpose of this contract was to reveal any sham operations, any political operations or any pay to play, such as this wonderful PR contract that we read about in the media,'' said Browne Greene, an attorney for OFS.
In addition the Access ADVANTAGE system provides a low cost upgrade path for future high bandwidth applications," said Paul Neuhart, President, Optical Fiber, Cable and Connectivity Division, OFS.
He acknowledges that OFS has a competitive advantage because as far as he knows no other company currently is giving customers a single "packaged" price.
Theoretical prediction of interference from PCS base stations into OFS receivers are based upon path loss calculations between every PCS base station and every OFS station using the irregular terrain model (ITM).
in Amagasaki, Japan, "The Japanese market for OFS and their instrumentation is expected to reach $100 million by 1990 from $10 million in 1982.
Now that the fundraising goal has been achieved, OFS will continue working with its extensive partner network to develop comprehensive initiatives that tackle the root causes of childhood hunger and family food insecurity.
As both companies invest in capacity to address the strong demand for more bandwidth, OFS and CommScope have entered into a new eight-year partnership to help ensure the availability of optical fiber supply to CommScope for use in its customers networks.
6m) investment in a financing round led by OFS Capital Corp (NASDAQ:OFS).
9 December 2013 -- Illinois US-based business development firm OFS Capital Corp (NASDAQ: OFS) said that it received approval from the Small Business Administration to acquire the remaining limited and general partnership interests of small business investment company Tamarix Capital Partners LP (SBIC Fund).
OFS, a leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of innovative fiber optic network products, has announced a world record transmission of 120 Gb/s over 100 meters across a single strand of multimode fiber.