Synonyms for xlp or Related words with xlp
Examples of "xlp"
-2100 motor is a heavy-duty ceiling fan motor that includes a rubber flywheel (called SilentFlex).
A 2.0 GHz clock rate for the
was announced in May 2009.
In April 2009, Microchip Technology announced the nanoWatt
Microcontrollers (With World’s Lowest Sleep Current).
It is now the home of the urban youth charity
, and City Gates Church, a congregation with roots in the British New Church Movement.
A defective SLAM associated protein (SAP) causes X-linked lymphoproliferative syndrome (
), a frequently lethal mononucleosis based on the inability to control EBV
digEcor later created the digEplayer XT and digEplayer
products as part of the digEplayer product line. The digEplayer XT was originally designed by Triad System Engineering but was revamped and extended by digEcor.
A special mono version (
-78273-1A) of the album released only in Canada in 1965 contains some spoken material that is not included on the U.S. and British releases. On this mono LP, Paddy Clancy introduces the song, "The Rocks of Bawn"; on the standard version there is no spoken introduction before the number. The dialogue before "Maid of Fife" is also longer, and Tom Clancy makes a comment after "New Finnegan's Wake" before the concert's intermission. This version also switches the order of the songs, "Wild Rover" and "Nightingale."
On 14 August 2011, the church hosted a meeting of civic, community and faith leaders, followed by a packed Service for Peace organised jointly with Southwark for Jesus and
as a response to the rioting in Peckham. Leaders taking part in the service included Simon Hughes MP, the Bishop of Southwark, Shadrach Ofosuware (Pastor of Freedom Centre International, Peckham), the Borough Police Commander, Patrick Regan (Director of
), Phil Stokes (Chair of Southwark for Jesus) and the Revd Jonathan Mortimer (All Saints Peckham). During the service, a text message of support was sent by London Mayor, Boris Johnson.
On December 6, 2013 Master P released his thirteenth album "The Gift" via his newly founded label No Limit Forever Records &
Distribution. On November 27, 2015 Master P would release his fourteenth album entitled "Empire, from the Hood to Hollywood" via his label No Limit Forever Records & Globy House Records.
Historical pen and paper ciphers used in the past are sometimes known as classical ciphers. They include simple substitution ciphers (such as Rot 13) and transposition ciphers (such as a Rail Fence Cipher). For example, "GOOD DOG" can be encrypted as "PLLX
" where "L" substitutes for "O", "P" for "G", and "X" for "D" in the message. Transposition of the letters "GOOD DOG" can result in "DGOGDOO". These simple ciphers and examples are easy to crack, even without plaintext-ciphertext pairs.
Within the networking segment, licensees include Cavium Networks and Broadcom. Cavium has used up to 48 MIPS cores for its OCTEON family network reference designs. Broadcom ships Linux-ready MIPS64-based
, XLR, and XLS multicore, multithreaded processors. Licensees using MIPS to build smartphones and tablets include Actions Semiconductor and Ingenic Semiconductor. Tablets based on MIPS include the Cruz tablets from Velocity Micro. TCL Corporation is using MIPS processors for the development of smartphones.
The Gift is the thirteenth studio album by American rapper Master P. The album was released on December 6, 2013, by No Limit Forever and
Distribution. It became his first release in 8 years. The album features guest appearances from Howie T, AD, Alley Boy, Rick Ross, Silkk the Shocker, Cymphonique, Romeo, Jeremih, Yo Gotti, Krazy, Deezle, Play Beezy, Gangsta, Miss Chee, Larayne, T-Bo, The Game and Nipsey Hussle. The album was supported with the official singles "Two Three" and "Lonely Road".
The XLR connector was invented by James H. Cannon, founder of Cannon Electric in Los Angeles, California (now part of ITT Corporation), and for this reason it was sometimes colloquially known as a Cannon plug or Cannon connector and in Japan as Cannon jack, though this term has since fallen out of common usage in the industry. Originally manufactured as the "Cannon X" series, by 1950 a locking mechanism was added ("Cannon XL") and by 1955 a version surrounding the female contacts with a synthetic rubber polychloroprene insulation using the part number prefix "XLR". There was also an "
" series which used a hard plastic insulation, but was otherwise the same. ITT Cannon originally manufactured XLR connectors in two locations Kanagawa, Japan and Melbourne, Australia. The Australian operation was sold to Alcatel Components in 1992 and then acquired by Amphenol in 1998. ITT Cannon continues to manufacture XLR connectors in Japan.
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