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stacking

(stak'ing),
Illicit use of multiple androgenic substances simultaneously for increased effect.
The illicit self-administration of various ‘cocktails’ of oral and injectable anabolic steroids, often during weight training—by body builders—resulting in serum levels up to 100 times therapeutic levels

stacking

Sports medicine The illicit self-administration of various 'cocktails' of oral and injectable anabolic steroids by athletes, often during weight training–by body builders, resulting in serum levels up to 100–fold therapeutic levels. See Anabolic-androgenic steroids, 'Roid rage, Weight training.
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AUSTIN, Texas -- Patented Stacking Solution Delivers High-Density DDR2 in Registered DIMMs
We look forward to working with the company's management team as they make the next generation of die stacking technology a reality.
The completion of this action marks a significant milestone in the transformation of DPAC from a shrinking provider of memory stacking services into a participant in the rapidly growing market for wireless communications for OEMs in the machine-to-machine world.
DDR2, set to emerge between late 2003 and 2004, and DDR3 (projected to emerge between 2005-2006) will rely heavily on CSP stacking technology to achieve higher densities cost-effectively.
Tyler has a very good chance to not only win at the World Championships but also to set a new World Record," says Jeff Howell, President of Sport Stacking Canada and Tyler's mentor.
High-volume injection molders don't need to tie up their workers with stacking and packing the continuous cascade of parts flowing out of their molds.
Dense-Pac achieves this space-saving, high-density cost-efficient memory by stacking two 128Mb, or 256Mb DDR SDRAM chips in 2 bank configurations for 256 and 512Mb stacks.
The flex assembly is folded, thereby stacking the devices into a single, small footprint module.
This, in turn, has increased the demand for accurate (and dense) strip stacking.
Network managers can cost-effectively deploy the configuration they require today, as well as accommodate future network growth by stacking multiple Access Stack Nodes.
They can consist either of self-contained mini-dies or of stacking mandrels surrounded by separate body pieces; the modules can be fed directly from the side or from the bottom as in a conventional die.