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1. In anatomy, a recess containing fluid.
2. Especially, the lacrimal bay.
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(Laurus nobilis) Available as a berry, leaves, oils, and extract; clinical studies suggest value as an antiulcerative in laboratory animals and in gastrointestinal disease; purported uses include as an antirheumatic, diuretic, and antiseptic.
Synonym(s): sweet bay.
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In anatomy, a recess containing fluid, but especially, the lacrimal bay.
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From the time of the initial agreement to the completion of all legal requirements, the merger between Nortel and Bay Networks was completed in 90 days.
"BaySecure Access Control will continue to lead the pack as a crucial security component to a corporation's remote access outsourcing needs," said Kelly McGovern, vice president of marketing, Bay Networks Internet/Telecom Business Group.
The other runs Bay Network's Optivity program and also usually has an open window to our Amazon router as well.
These companies rely on Bay Networks to move huge amounts of data across their internal networks at lightning fast speeds.
Ludwick, president and CEO of Bay Networks from 1994-1996.
"We were aware of the full spectrum of players, including Hypercom, Bay Networks and Cisco Systems."
The 40 companies supporting RTSP are: 3Com, Apple Computer, Adaptive Media, Adobe Systems, Autodesk/ Kinetix, Bay Networks, Berkeley Integrated Audio Software, Borland International, CheckPoint Software Technologies, Cisco Systems, Corel, Digital Equipment Corporations, Dolby Laboratories, Elemedia, FutureWave, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Informix Software, in:sync, Iterated Systems, Liquid Audio, LiveUpdate, Lucent Technologies, Macromedia, Narrative Communications, NeXT, NetManage, Netscape Communications, OLiVR, Precept Software, Progressive Networks, Raptor Systems, RADVision, SCO, Silicon Graphics, Sonic Foundry, Starlight Networks, Sun Microsystems, Voxware, and VXtreme.
Banners all about Chicago proclaimed "THE 1996 DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION PROUDLY RECOGNIZES ITS OFFICIAL SPONSORS." The party of the common man is delighted to have the active assistance of United Airlines, GM, AT&T, Bay Networks, Xerox, Ameritech, Lucent Technologies.
"How much of this will be a replay of Bay/Nortel?" he asks, referring to Nortel's 1998 acquisition of Bay Networks, which largely crippled the No.
Though they all had technical strengths, the companies that once challenged Cisco head-on -- 3Com, Cabletron and Bay Networks (later part of Nortel) -- frequently miscalculated the market.
His other prior positions include director of company networking for Mexico and Central America and channel executive for Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador and Peru (Bay Networks).
Wasserstein Perella will move from 31 West 52nd Street, where it occupies 80,000 square feet in a lease from Deutsche Bank, and 27,000 square feet at 320 Park Avenue, where it subleases from Bay Networks. The firm will move to 1301 Avenue of the Americas in 2000 and will occupy floors 35, 36 and 41-45.