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 and wave to someone
to move an upraised hand in such a way as to signal recognition to someone. The people in the boat waved at us. They waved to us after we waved at them.
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And then, mirabile dictu, between the piers, leaping from wave to wave as it rushed at headlong speed, swept the strange schooner before the blast, with all sail set, and gained the safety of the harbour.
Near the shore, the ground causes the bottom of the wave to slow down, which makes the top curl over and break.
Waves bob up and down across the ocean, conveying kinetic (moving) energy from wave to wave--until some force slows the waves down and causes them to break.
If the reverse stock split is approved by stockholders, and Wave receives a favorable ruling from the Nasdaq Listing Qualifications Panel, Wave believes that a reverse stock split would enable Wave to regain compliance with the minimum bid rule.
And shallow water causes an incoming wave to rise, "trip," and break; waves don't break in deep water.
We are now close enough to the shock wave to see the bones and sinews of it," Hester says.
We are working closely with Intel and Wave to deploy the first automated teller platform utilizing the TPM and Trusted Computing Group (TCG) specification.
Photo: Earthquakes can often be distinguished from explosions by comparing the magnitude of one surface wave to that of a body wave (which travels deep in the earth) generated by an event.
NASDAQ:WAVX) today announced it has received an order from the United States Military Academy's Information Technology Operations Center for Wave to provide information technology products associated with the academy's Secure Content Dissemination and Data Retrieval Computer System project.
We look forward to adding more services from Wave to our Trusted Client PC in the future.
Combining Elo's 'touch-on-tube' technology with First Wave's Kiosk Communicator software and the popular Apple iMac computer will position First Wave to extend the range of solutions we bring to our kiosk customers.
Wave believes that the acquisition of N*ABLE would allow Wave to leverage complementary technologies and development resources to accelerate the deployment of a flexible and comprehensive security solution for client computing devices such as PCs, set-top boxes, modem cards and other peripherals.
Moving into this market area allows Wave to broaden the outlet for its products.
The relationship should allow Wave to tap into the rapidly expanding European ISDN data delivery marketplace.