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stack

(stăk) [ME. stak]
1. To place objects directly on top of others.
2. To perform a procedure immediately after a preceding one, without interruption or pause.

stack

(stak)
To build up porcelain in the shape of a tooth in the fabrication of a tooth crown.
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In connection with this transaction and anticipated capital needs, our STACK JV partner has increased its capital commitment to finance a portion of the Farm-In Agreement well commitment.
One fuel cell creates less than 1 volt--it takes a stack of hundreds to power a vehicle.
IF YOU BURN WOOD, CREOSOTE BUILDS UP INSIDE THE STACK.
Interpeak's IPLITE solution enables OEMs to benefit from standardized and compact TCP/IP stacks which are designed specifically to fit the required code size for Motorola's MSC8101 DSPs," said David Baczewski, Strategic Marketing Manager for Motorola's RF& DSP Infrastructure Division, "The combination of Motorola's network-ready DSPs and off-the-shelf IPv6 protocol stacks from Interpeak enable designers to deliver next generation systems while reducing time to market.
That was the situation that Stack and his 12 fellow managers faced in February 1983, their first month in business as an independent company.
Even multiple pallet sizes and stack dimensions, including rectangular patterned stacks, can be accommodated.
TI is the first DSP vendor to address this trend by supplying a TCP/IP stack that provides a dramatic cost reduction by eliminating the need for a separate network processor.
The stacks arrive in a horizontal position, and the system arranges them into the proper pattern for one layer in the carton.