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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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Images of barn fires caused by tight stacks of high-moisture bales are always in the back of their minds.
* Run consumption-based Azure Stack services for simplified billing and lower costs--HPE is the only provider to offer Azure Stack services and infrastructure in a single invoice on a consumption-basis.
When fans are placed at the top of the stack, the flow of air will be in induced draught mode and when placed at the bottom it will be in forced draught mode.
An alternate system my father developed for use building stacks on a farm in Grand Forks County, North Dakota, employed a hydraulic hay stacker mounted on a tractor (in our case, a 1941 John Deere A).
The statement continued: "Some years later, when the Army Council discovered its volunteers had shot Prison Officer Brian Stack, the volunteer responsible for the instruction was disciplined".
Previously, Stack served as president, CEO and as a director of The Medicines Company, president and general manager of Innovex Inc, vice president of Business Development and Marketing for Immunomedics Inc and director of Business Development and Planning for Infectious Disease, Oncology and Virology of Roche Laboratories.
"Open windows displayed within a 2D desktop environment can be organised into one or more 3D browsable stacks in a 3D browsable stack, where each stack includes open windows associated with a common value for a grouping property," reads the patent's abstract.
A high stack temp implies that some heat is not being transferred to the boiler water and is being wasted by going out the chimney.
For Windows 7 users, the answer is not too much that's required, unless you are really, really organized, or, like the stacks concept a lot.
The other features of the product include an in-feed conveyor section with stack stop and pan style drive, in-feed stack transfer pusher with load zone transfer plate and full pallet loading to transfer stacks onto pallets and then transfer the full pallet to the strapping zone.
When people watch me, they get more influenced to speed stack themselves--and I love that."