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holdover

noun carry over, individual who stays on, one who remains, one who stays on, relic, remainder, reeaining portion
Associated concepts: eviction, holdover tenant
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What the OX-203 Holdover Oscillator does is allow the customer to skip the step of trying to translate a Holdover requirement into a standard oscillator specification," says Alan Mond, Vice President and General Manager of Vectron's Communication Business unit.
Ultimately it is the pilot's responsibility to ensure that his or her aircraft is correctly and comprehensively de-iced, and that any fluid applied has sufficient holdover to protect it until it reaches altitude, but we all play our part in ensuring that the many thousands of aircraft worldwide operate safely.
Rubidium is recognized for delivery of precise holdover in thousands of CDMA base stations deployed worldwide," said Manish Gupta, vice president of marketing for Symmetricom.
Finally, you take the rifle and begin aiming, using the holdover bar the table designates for that range.
The bars were extended as they progressed through increasing holdover to allow for a 10 mph wind.
We see a mature whitetail and range the animal with a range finder, or if practiced enough, do it with the holdover bars.
The Holdover 5 Majority and the Versatile 4 collectively own ONLY ONE HALF OF ONE PERCENT of Equus common stock personally.
The Committee believes that the interests of the Holdover 5 Majority and the Versatile 4 are not aligned with those of all Equus stockholders.
Holdover Dino Babers moves from coaching receivers to running backs.
The other type of reticle holdover bars (that look the same as the Nightforce) are a bit more complicated in that the spacing of the bars is progressive.
New COTS product provides superior holdover performance and ultra low power consumption for mission critical military applications
Today you can still find local products bearing the stamp "Galicia"--a holdover from when Tonala was, for a time, the seat of government of brutal Guzman's self-proclaimed New Galicia empire.