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wisp

a large, sponge-like piece of grooming apparatus home-made of woven straw.
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WISP Acquisitions, Growing Bank Networks and Fiber-to-the-Home Projects Contribute to 225% Growth in Revenue Over 2006 and Position the Company for Additional Growth in 2008
Butch" Kemper, CEO of TSTAR Internet, commented, "The consolidation of two outstanding Central Texas WISP networks under the ERF Wireless banner will give the company the potential for substantial growth in this market service area and I'm looking forward to working with ERF Wireless management as we integrate the TSTAR network into ERF Wireless' growing network.
However, the project wasn't completely on the backburner as far as the University of Washington was concerned, and with the help of TU Delft (the largest and oldest public university of technology) in the Netherlands, they've really unearthed some breakthroughs in WISP.
The more spectrum made available for use by WISPs, the more users a WISP
Utilise the powers of the Pink Wisp to transform Sonic into a Pink Spike so he can move around in all directions easily on a wall.
Completed in 2007, The Ellipse in Swansea was the first WISP development, fronting Fabian Way, the main eastern approach to the city.
The Colgate Wisp measures about 3 1/2 inches in length, with a brush head on one end and a soft pick on the other for cleaning between teeth.
New from Colgate, the Wisp is a compact, disposable toothbrush that you can use without toothpaste or water.
3 : a small amount of something <There was a wisp of a smile on her face.
Moving Rhythms, a feast of colourful dance and livemusic comes courtesy of two groups of youngsters, WISP and Dance Alive.
In the Grade 2 Del Mar Derby, Wisp O Will led all the way, setting a course record of 1min 45.