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BUS

Abbreviation for Bartholin glands, urethra, Skene glands.

bus

a set of parallel wires in a computer to which the central processing unit and all input-output units are connected. Each separate wire carries the electric current representing 1 bit. Buses interconnect the parts of the computer that communicate with each other, such as a video card or modem.

bus

The hardware that controls the flow of commands between the main processor and other components—memory, peripherals, etc.

BUS

Abbreviation for:
Bartholin's, urethral, Skene's (glands)
biological units
buspirone
busulfan, see there
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For Busse, the faucet, whether it contains touchless technology or not, is something she encourages her clients to invest a bit more in to ensure it will last the wear and tear of everyday use.
After that, Busse said, a 12-to-18-month review process will lead to a final decision.
Unlike the Busse et al (3) study, however, we did not seek to learn what sources of information students relied upon in order to develop their attitudes toward vaccination.
We're a small brewery," Busse said, "and nearly everything we need to produce a beer has to be shipped up from Outside.
Busse and his associates reported ties to numerous drug and device manufacturers.
And while on the subject of HVAC louvers, Busse points to a thin chrome surround on the center stack on the Durango that includes the audio and HVAC controls: "An engineer recommended that.
Analyst Michael Busse of Landesbank Baden- Wuerttemberg (LBBW) said Siemens wants to get rid of SIS.
CEO Wolf Busse said that in the first half of 2010, the company will decide whether it will enter into Phase I trials on its own or with a partner.
Busse says the data on vacuum cleaners with HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filters are not consistent: "Some studies suggest they're no better than regular models," she notes.
They swooped after being tipped off about the sick salute to extremist leader Friedhelm Busse.
Yet Werner Busse, 82, who ran pubs in Scotland after the war, had good links with the British military for 60 years.