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1. It acts as a buffer.
2. Alex is the perfect buffer.
3. She is buffer, comforter, and cook.
4. Ow, the buffer space it was going to take.
5. A buffer epidermal state, a cellular wall.
6. Then he asked Julie if she had a car buffer.
7. His life had consisted of being the buffer.

8. If she was using him as a buffer well, fine.
9. The buffer time is taken for the unforeseen.
10. He could serve as a buffer with the local cops.
11. If you can see a buffer in action, then it no.
12. Carrie knew Sally was trying to act as a buffer.
13. Comanche wealth served as a massive buffer within.
14. They also helped to provide a buffer around the yurt.
15. Though these service beams do not have a buffer matrix.
16. Thus, high equity, which usually acts as a buffer against.
17. Connie was the school’s buffer between expectations and.
18. You can thank the recoil buffer in the butt of your weapon.
19. Having that amount of cash tied up as a buffer doesn't make sense.
20. It is your finger that acts as the buffer between the two half-notes.
21. Space is used as the 13th in-between buffer in countless energy dynamics.
22. A spell of protection, I need a buffer to keep my fellow species at bay.
23. Buffer - : A temporary location to store or group information in hardware or.
24. The Ethertype specifies the memory buffer in which the frame should be stored.
25. Encourage a healthy shine by buffing the nails with a soft chamois leather buffer.
26. Because the 13th factor is a buffer in-between two dynamically balanced totalities.
27. Perhaps with Steele he could buffer the losses he'd taken during the chase of the boy.
28. However, the truth is that fat provides a buffer against harmful chemicals and toxins.
29. Some of these products are useful (buffer, calcium additives, plant foods, etc) but be.
30. Bruce and Juliet were invited, perhaps as a buffer to a potentially challenging evening.
31. The same would happen at the substations below the hubs (signal buffer full to the hub).
32. Because these 13th gateway atomic weights in-between 12 totalities are used as buffer zones.
33. Americans and Asians, for instance, generally need a buffer of two feet between themselves in.
34. I would start by giving myself a buffer for potential fees56, and work my scenario out with $3490.
35. At least he can be the buffer between you and Zoe if it comes to that but I don’t think it will.
36. Therefore for optimal recovery and growth it is only prudent to keep a 48 hour buffer between them.
37. The buffer of 5 percent also results in better results than just buying and holding for the S&P 500.
38. They had no direct contact with the Hyborians, since the Bossonians acted as a buffer between them.
39. Persia acted as a buffer between Russia in the north and British India and Afghanistan in the south.
40. Poor old Buffer she looked into its eyes great saucers of purple and orange and felt its pulse.
41. During that time, we all worked together to create a buffer around Bob, both physically and publicly.
42. When the hub code buffer filled up it would signal central to stop forwarding available scrambled codes.
43. Hitler tested his neighbors by seizing the buffer zone set by the Versailles Treaty known as the Rhineland.
44. She'd seen one coming, detected the signals in her aunt's first words, and brought Frankie along as a buffer.
45. The heavy recoil when firing a grenade is absorbed by a pneumatic recoil buffer situated behind the launcher.
46. It acts as a buffer for the veil of truth that is given to all of mankind forcing him to find his own way out.
47. All harmonic notes can only be sounded if there is the buffer of your finger to separate one wavelength from another.
48. You mean the beasts will help as well? Just as Lemoss had finished the Buffer beast gave an enormous booming cry.
49. Also, the final column of this table shows applying a buffer of 5 percent to the VIX index versus the future contract.
50. A healthy relationship with that divine inner presence will buffer us from the effects of negative situations hurled at us.
51. They are merely trialities or Dualities, or Totalities: with an in-between buffer that balances them dynamically: like this:.
52. At his touch, the trickle of awareness in his presence turned into a sudden flood of raw need, no buffer left in my exhaustion.
53. And to answer your third question, you could be said to exist inside the buffer matrix of the conveyance sub-system of Support.
54. Then they charged children with stout sticks and from out of the bushes huge Buffer beasts with tusks gleaming and teeth grinding.
55. He ran towards her and shouted, but, before he could reach her, she was caught by the buffer of the engine and fell to the ground.
56. By the same token, though, he could sometimes act as a buffer between the others, and at the moment, Duchairn was grateful he could.
57. THE ARMY HAD DECIDED TO CREATE A BUFFER ZONE TO PUSH the insurgents far enough away that their rockets would not reach the Green Zone.
58. When the data arrives at the tape drive too slowly, the drive has to stop the tape while it waits for the buffer to fill up with data.
59. According to studies carried out by Buffer, click-through rates are generally highest on weekends, as well as mid-week, on Wednesdays[x].
60. A newer building would have base isolation bearings, or a quake-resistant sill-anchoring system that could buffer the shearing effect.
61. If all went well, the Soviet Union would soon possess new buffer territories to shield its own territory from any enemy surprise attacks.
62. Before she could even think of summoning another buffer, a second arrow slammed into her physical shield, still mounted firmly to her back.
63. I think it’s exactly what she needs to buffer her heart, cleanse her body from craving the touch of a man we both know she can never hold.
64. When the body cannot eliminate the toxins, due to a decrease in cellular energy, fat is the most effective way to store and buffer the toxins.
65. The drive contains a buffer equal in size to the frames it uses, in which it stores the data to be backed up as it arrives from the computer.
66. A store-and-forward switch, as the name implies, stores an entire incoming packet in buffer memory before forwarding it out the destination port.
67. When we belong with the divine goodness within us, we feel acceptance of a place where there is a cushion to buffer cruel and hateful intentions.
68. She blanched, Senta, bring the secondary antennae array on line, to no one but herself she muttered, that should buffer any refraction.
69. Covers VAT analysis, drum-buffer-rope scheduling, buffer management, and other methods, including methods that can be used with existing systems.
70. The Army had decided to create a buffer zone to push the insurgents far enough away that their rockets would reach the Green Zone.
71. The location of the memory buffer specified in this field identifies the network layer protocol for which the data carried in the frame is intended.
72. Mitchell shook his head, impatiently realizing the little boy was simply an innocent pawn, designed to buffer a potential bust, for a paranoid dealer.
73. When the backup system is functioning properly, the data arrives at the tape drive, fills up the buffer, and then is written to the tape with no delay.
74. In WWII: American Generals learned how to buffer themselves with so many safety layers of troops and weapons: that they never had to even visit the front.
75. Still, if you want to ensure your purchase goes through when entering an order after-hours, you may want to add a buffer of about 1% to your limit price.
76. APs buffer packets for stations operating in power-save mode until they change to active mode or explicitly request that the buffered packets be transmitted.
77. With this the additional effort for project management, quality assurance, configuration management, buffer effort, etc are added to derive the final effort.
78. The buffer has a built-in data retention timeout, after which the drive flushes the buffer and writes its contents to tape, whether it’s full of data or not.
79. The other passengers keep the same ten-yard buffer they would if these were panhandlers, so Zig’s the only one noticing, but that’s fine, he’s used to it.
80. As time went on, both the land and the atmosphere that were created from the in-between buffer condition of water as a liquid became permeated with this medium.
81. This is the signal to the receiver that any data following is part of a data packet and should be read into the network adapter’s memory buffer for processing.
82. His main contribution to his brother's administration was to be a sounding board and assistant within the cabinet, a buffer between his brother and other officials.
83. I learned to deflect his habitual and predictive bossism and served as a buffer between him and regular targets such as Bob Burns, Dave Feldman and his son, Roy, Jr.
84. Ironically, Vietnam would actually have been a good buffer against Chinese expansion considering age-old Vietnamese resentment over a thousand years of Chinese rule.
85. Now segments of that solid buffer of liberty have become debilitated through political correctitude, loss of a moral compass, or the bribery of government assistance.
86. Inside the container , you have a chemical substance that will coat the bottom of the pill shaped container and act as a buffer to prevent the rods from melting through.
87. The AM prevented this by introducing a propagation delay of at least 24 bits (called a latency buffer), which ensured that the token circulates around the network properly.
88. What I see after this war is a strong, pacified Europe that would include a mostly disarmed Germany and that could act as a buffer against any aggressive move by the Soviets.
89. Why are options on non-dividend-paying stocks more expensive? Because a dividend tends to buffer changes in the price of a stock and those changes in the price is volatility.
90. The file downloaded, the buffer filled and an image of a fit young man, obviously Arab, appeared, dressed in a flowing robe, his head and face well wrapped, hiding his identity.
91. The pontoons are 100 meters square, with a top chamber for flotation and emergency storage, and a bottom chamber open to the sea to collect the gas, and act as the main reservoir and buffer.
92. As he converts from the amount he would like to buy to the number of units, he holds back $10 just in case to cover ECN fees or commissions, in addition to the buffer that comes from rounding down.
93. Yuki and Mickey and several attorneys from his office formed a buffer zone around me as we left the courthouse by the back door and entered the black Lincoln Town Car that was waiting for us on Polk.
94. This enables the tape drive to run continuously, drawing the tape across the heads, writing the buffered data to the tape, and then emptying the buffer for the next incoming frame’s worth of data.
95. The switching hubs on full-duplex Ethernet networks have to be able to buffer packets as they read the destination address in each one and perform the internal switching needed to send it on its way.
96. If the buffer is not full when the timeout period expires, the drive pads out the frame with nonsense data to fill it up and then writes the contents of the buffer (including the padding) to the tape.
97. The amount of buffer memory in a switch is, of course, finite, and as a result, it’s possible for a switch to be overwhelmed by the constant input of data from freely transmitting full-duplex systems.
98. The inhabitants of the Pictish Islands were destroyed, but a great colony of them, settled among the mountains of Valusia's southern frontier, to serve as a buffer against foreign invasion, was untouched.
99. If the stock price falls the trader can close the shorter-dated long put to gain some price buffer for the downside, looking for the longer-dated short put to expire on a rebound in the stock price later.
100. She was somehow directing anti-gravitational momentum from the ship’s geo-sync engines into Eva’s chair to help buffer her from the shifting force of the chairs motions enough so that she could remain aware and conscious.
1. These buffering agents usually consist of.
2. After maybe five seconds of buffering, he launched into his speech.
3. Data buffering The rate at which the PC processes data is different from the transmission rate of the network.
4. We implement that plan by buffering the negativism hurled at us through the soft, moist, tender qualities of our inner being.
5. The days were ending earlier, and in softened light he could see through the buffering trees into homes unlike any he’d known.
6. Status graphs; power input and reserve levels, and maximum data buffering told that the system was operating within acceptable parameters.
7. The design of the seabed pontoons is such that if methane cannot be harvested, perhaps due to storms or a mass breakdown of shipping, or some other unimagined catastrophe, the upper chambers of the pontoons can store fourteen times more gas than in the lower chambers, which provides several weeks of buffering.
1. A buffered form of.
2. It’s okay, it’s buffered.
3. But it is buffered by a balance point.
4. Gzip Page Compression – Select yes to compress buffered output.
5. Buffered memory - : Memory modules that have extra chips on them to support.
6. Because he donned a reptilian leather cape that buffered him from wind and frost.
7. Furthermore, I have buffered shoulder, chest, and triceps sets with other body parts.
8. In this way: literally all of the Energy in the Universe is buffered, and kept separate.
9. Dave still had a bit of a headache from the massive upload of information, but this time, it was buffered by the implant.
10. When you split a musical note in half on a stringed instrument: the harmonic note called an octave is not apparently buffered.
11. Each 12, or 14, or 36, or 48 cycle remains basically unchanged as a dynamic process of buffered totalities interact with each other as little as possible.
12. APs buffer packets for stations operating in power-save mode until they change to active mode or explicitly request that the buffered packets be transmitted.
13. It also needs to be noted that very small doses are needed, as it is very fast acting and more effective than regular vitamin C supplements (as HYDRATION COMPLEX is buffered).
14. Is a balanced, buffered dynamic balance that is insulated from other dynamic balances because there is an invisible balance point that is imperceptible to scientific instruments.
15. Obey, obey, it did not matter, happiness was a bitter drug in my mouth, a warm and wonderful ocean in which I floated, buffered a thousand times over from the shocks and horrors of the world.
16. I had watched the unbelievable, and somewhat hypnotic, sweep of the Sahara from the plane; the savannas that buffered it from the coast; and the equally vast Gulf of Guinea just beyond the city.
17. This enables the tape drive to run continuously, drawing the tape across the heads, writing the buffered data to the tape, and then emptying the buffer for the next incoming frame’s worth of data.
18. He began to think of how that could be avoided when he asked Carl, What if the Alit’aren only used the Power to block frontal attacks during combat? Air requires less of the Power, so the risk of the taint would be lowered, and the Alit’aren could increase their skills with the sword to become a legion of blades, buffered by shields formed from teron.
1. It is buffers that.
2. The most obvious buffers are the.
3. That is draining, so buffers can be.
4. And these buffers are not predictable.
5. Buffers can only function in mental darkness.
6. Jock’s train of thought is heading for the buffers.
7. Her detailed diagnostic recording buffers had overflowed.
8. When the buffers are seen and reduced, then fragmentation.
9. But you need to look for the correct hidden in-between buffers.
10. To a clanking of iron buffers and a clinking of chain, the train.
11. A jolt was felt as the engine’s buffers met those of their wagon.
12. Buffers are very good tricksters except that they often only trick.
13. Buffers are used whenever data is received in sizes that may be different.
14. Of course that can be a very destructive effect of buffers since it allows us to.
15. If you have a negative or confrontational nature, buffers wil always find ways to.
16. Buffers wil not stop until they are clearly seen and you refuse to listen to their.
17. To reduce buffers, enlist the aid of anyone close to you who can point out when you.
18. If there are no buffers: then smaller totalities are absorbed into larger totalities.
19. Fat stores are buffers for those toxins, but when your body gets rid of them, it also.
20. All Energy in the Universe is trying to balance itself harmonically by the use of buffers.
21. The NIC includes memory buffers that it uses to store data so it can process an entire frame at once.
22. In cases where data can’t be forwarded immediately, the switch buffers it until the output port is unblocked.
23. Thus central would keep the code buffers at each hub stocked with usable voting codes as needed, but not overstocked.
24. Wow, said Milt as he noticed it had brushes, scrubbers and buffers where there should have been arms, legs and feet.
25. Fortunately, however, it fell short, and the buffers of the engine struck the other lip of the shaft with a tremendous crash.
26. We can assess that the divine inner presence buffers us from undesirable circumstances through the blossoming of spiritual fruit.
27. In addition, it buffers us with a soft cushion in our thoughts, emotions, and behavior when we are ridiculed, humiliated, and mocked.
28. We can interrupt that cycle of negativism in the same way that the Earth’s atmosphere buffers us from the fiery speed and strength of meteors.
29. All stringed instruments with frets use metal bars as buffers to separate one particular wavelength from the rest of the wavelengths on the string.
30. The application then connects to that computer, uses its NIC to capture network traffic, and transmits it to the buffers in the system running the analyzer.
31. The destination service access point (DSAP) field identifies a location in the memory buffers on the destination system where the data in the packet should be stored.
32. Project managers avoid unnecessary changes in priority by relying on buffers to absorb most of the normal, expected variability in the execution of tasks and projects.
33. If the destination port is in use, however, the switch buffers incoming data in memory, incurring a latency delay anyway, without the added benefit of error checking.
34. Not only is he being headhunted by two separate countries to work for them, but also his own research has unexpectedly hit the buffers, although probably only temporarily.
35. Simply because there are no buffers, no fingers, no gateway in-between factors that could and can instantly create new harmonics, new dynamics of energy if they were there.
36. On receipt of this final sequence, the receiver-SMTP responds with a 250 reply and proceeds to process the mail message by storing it in the proper mailbox and clearing its buffers.
37. With the clashing together of the couplings and buffers and a couple of jerks that rattled the trucks then a loud hiss of escaping steam as an accompaniment we set off for the front.
38. Under normal conditions, the A and C indicators are set together; a frame in which the A indicator is set and C is not indicates that the frame could not be copied to the system’s buffers.
39. With the lubricating invisible oil of 13th, or 25th, or 49th balance-point factors that act as hidden, unseen buffers, or oil, or bearings… that lie hidden in-between the infinitely complex dynamics.
40. Resource managers find clear direction and priority for assignment of tasks in the status of the buffers, which indicate the best use for available resources to support the promises made by the organisation.
41. Each node read the destination address in the packet’s frame header and either wrote the packet to its memory buffers for processing before transmitting it to the next node or just transmitted it without processing.
42. If you use the proper mathematical model of 12 as a Totality: you will become able to detect the hidden buffers: simply by noticing when and where the natural 1-12 structure is interrupted and dynamically balanced by that buffer.
43. They barely had sufficient memory in their buffers to contain the information of a full human being, which meant transport had to be an instantaneous process, because there was no complete storing of the person in virtual memory.
44. There were more hold ups and every time we moved off again the buffers would crash together hard enough to rattle your teeth and make your ears ring and the coupling chains would jangle and clank as they swayed when the engine pulled off.
45. At the time of writing (mid-2010), a less momentum-oriented approach also seems consistent with the other lesson of the past decade: contrarian market timing can add value over long horizons—especially if regulators are more keen than before to create countercyclic buffers and central bankers to lean against the wind.

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