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WS

abbreviation for WRITER TO THE SIGNET.
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This is where these new white space devices have begun to see use: Radio waves in the white spaces are far more powerful than traditional wireless hotspots, and walls don't interfere with them.
CENTER STAGE White space focuses the reader on the word; it's the complement that completes the whole.
For earlier-stage companies, defining white space may be a very external exercise, meaning that the firm is trying to determine whether a new product has any market potential.
The problem is, there is no such thing as white space. Because there's no white space when we're talking about human beings and the reasons they want certain things.
Other especially useful services include asset and white space management, cable and port management and optimisation of the energy use of IT systems.
White space, in telecommunications, is referred to the frequencies allotted to a broadcasting service but is unused.
Why white space? Those who bring the beach with them into their homes are helping break the allergy-dysmetabolism cycle by clearing the air; restoring sleep; replenishing immune-regulating vitamin D; delivering immune-regulating salts to inflamed linings; and avoiding energy-dissipating, unhealthful electromagnetic forces.
All the characters try to escape monsters and other horrifying creatures unleashed from the white space, and Lizzie eventually shows Emma how to pull her own stories from white space, which is a blank page waiting to be written with symbols and ideas.
By identifying the "white space" within categories and responding accordingly, retailers could help ensure continued growth on the private brand front.
While there are more installations of this next-generation wireless technology planned this year for the campus and parts of Morgantown, officials declared this pilot of "TV white space" technology for broadband connectivity to be successful.
To improve technology access, Microsoft has announced their TV White Space project during a recent visit by the Microsoft's East and Southern Africa Country Manager Eric Odopi, in Windhoek.
When the FCC established spectrum for broadcast television in the late 1940s, the analog technology of transmission and reception required television channels of 6 MHz each, and another 6 MHz of spectrum between active channels, so that the noisy transmitters and receivers of the day would not interfere with each other, creating a so-called white space. Currently, television receivers and transmitters are much better at eliminating out-of-band interference, so this white space is no longer necessary to prevent interference.