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specs

(spɛks)
n. eyeglasses; spectacles. I need specs to find where I left my specs.
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Richard Holesinger, county materials engineer, informally presented his draft spec.
Now Sony and Philips are floating a proposal to the industry for a "double-density" drive spec that would put 1.
Look at how Specs launched his article on base-running in the March 1968 issue:
Ampacet's Reger adds that moisture content is becoming a standard spec for extrusion coating and cast film additives, and new color tolerances--[Delta]C and [Delta]H--have been added to the firm's Letters of Certification as potentially more sensitive measures than the traditional L, a, b and [Delta]E values.
Achieving a readership of one million subscribers for Techs & Specs is an important milestone and a significant accomplishment, one that cements our position as having the largest readership in the engineering industry," said GlobalSpec Chief Sales and Marketing Officer Angela Hribar.
Specs is one of the world's leading suppliers of chemistry solutions for drug discovery to the Life Science industry.
This spec expands the SATA market by making it the interface of choice for laptop swap bay and associated optical drives.
Since the introduction to the reprographic market, the Plans & Specs system has been incorporated into the daily work cycle of reprographers and their building customers throughout the U.
Simplifies Conversion from HP ICMS to SPECS for Improved Fabrication
Subscribers to IHS's Specs and Standards Service to enjoy more accurate search results, as well as access to both military and related commercial standards
The Video Spec software integrates digital video, images, audio and text in a structure optimized for specs and procedures.
Current SPEC member companies committed to developing a new SIP benchmarking standard include Communigate Systems, HP, Intel, IBM, and Sun Microsystems.
For instance, Data ONTAP GX, coupled with the new FAS6070, scales in capacity up to 6PB and achieves unprecedented industry performance of more than 1 million operations per second, based on the SPEC SFS benchmark.
The BlueArc SPEC tests provide further proof of this important relationship.