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core

noun backbone, bedrock, body, center, content, cornerstone, corpus, epitome, essence, fundamentals, gist, heart, main point, meat, nave, nub, nucleus, prime ingredient, principle, quiddity, quintessence, soul, substance, sum and substance, summary
Associated concepts: core of a case, core of a claim, core of an accusation, core of an allegation, core of testimony
See also: body, center, consequence, content, cornerstone, corpus, epitome, essence, gist, gravamen, interior, main point, outline, point, purpose, significance, structure, substance, summary, synopsis
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In this set, the three sand cores were tested as either non-coated, with a 1% SIO additive or aluminum foil coated plus a 1% SIO additive.
By licensing both the ARM926EJ-S core and ARM946E-S core, Fujitsu will be able to provide leading-edge SoC solutions to their customers, while capitalizing on the high degree of commonality between both cores to enable significant design re-use to reduce development time and cost.
For cores to fit your winding machines properly day in and day out, consistent core dimensions are essential.
However, the key to vein reduction compound use is to be careful when adding the compounds into core sand mixtures, as they can result in varying degrees of reduction in mold tensile properties.
Molded manifolds with cores travel on fixtures on a vertical conveyor into the melt-out tank.
The common user interface also allows the PCI Express Controller Core to be integrated easily with Eureka's other proven IP cores such as system controller and MemConnect memory controller.
Members of the development team at International-Waukesha were scheduled to travel to Germany to perform dry runs on the core machines being installed and inspect and test the cores they were producing.
Horizontal presses will also need more mold sliding action to lock cores in molds.
Two Kuka KR 500 heavy-duty robots were chosen for these operations, but before committing to the automation project, Gienanth commissioned a feasibility study to investigate possible methods for picking up the cores and see how the cores would respond to the robot motions.
Research cores are no longer required as organizational units in the center.
With the availability of Windows Server 2003 x64 editions and Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, customers now have a mainstream, industry-standard 64-bit operating system optimized to take advantage of the performance and efficiency improvements of AMD64 dual-core technology," said Brian Valentine, senior vice president, Windows Core Operating System Division, Microsoft Corp.
For cores acquired from customers, cost is the amount of the credit offered to the customer.