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Definitions of USAID

Definitions of USAID

According to abbreviationfinder, USAID stands for United States Agency for International Development. It is a government agency that defines itself as a non-governmental organization, although it is one of the instruments of the White House that the intelligence services use to obtain information on countries in the region and influence their internal and foreign policy. Characteristic Since 1961, it has been the main agency of direct interventionism of the United States in the nations, and since then it has distributed millions…

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Definitions of PAL

Definitions of PAL

PAL system formats According to abbreviationfinder, the PAL color system is commonly used with a video format of 625 lines per frame (a frame is a complete image, made up of two interlaced fields) and a screen refresh rate of 25 frames per second, interlaced, as is the case with example in the PAL- B, G, H, I and N variants. Some Eastern European countries that abandoned the SECAM system now use PAL D or K, adaptations to keep some…

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Definitions of WMP

Definitions of WMP

Windows Media Player (known in English as Windows Media Player; abbreviated as WMP according to abbreviationfinder) is a multimedia player created by the Microsoft company since 1991 for the Microsoft Windows operating system. They have released several versions of the player. Version 12 is the latest version, which is included with Windows 7. WMP allows you to play various digital formats: Audio CD, DVD-Video, DVD-Audio, WMA (Windows Media Audio), WMV (Windows Media Video), MP3, MPG and AVI, although the program depends…

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Definitions of CD-ROM

Definitions of CD-ROM

Recording Optical discs have a protected internal layer, where the bits are stored using different technologies, and in all of them these bits are read thanks to an incident laser beam. This, when reflected, allows to detect microscopic variations of optical-reflective properties that occurred as a consequence of the recording made in writing. An optical system with lenses directs the light beam, and focuses it as a point on the disk layer that stores the data. Engraving during manufacture A…

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Definitions of GPS System

Definitions of GPS System

Professional GPS station and receiver for centimeter accuracy. According to abbreviationfinder, GPS is evolving towards a more robust system (GPS III), with greater availability and that reduces the complexity of GPS augmentations. Some of the planned enhancements include: Incorporation of a new signal in L2 for civil use. Adding a third civil signal (L5): 1176.45 MHz Protection and availability of one of the two new signals for Security for Life (SOL) services. Improved signal structure. Increase in signal power (L5…

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Definitions of CEO, CCO, COO

Definitions of CEO, CCO, COO

NOT EVERYTHING THAT SOUNDS POMPOUS IS REALLY A HIGH POSITION Chief officers, technicians, engineers: English job titles are in fashion, listed start-ups in particular advertise for employees with fantastic-sounding job titles – always with the obligatory “C” for chief in the abbreviation. But be careful: Not everything that sounds pompous is actually a high position. Ten tops, ten flops. TOP 10 JOB TITLES Chief Business Development Officer, CBDO for short According to abbreviationfinder, the CBDO is responsible for strategic business…

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Definitions of Congenital

Definitions of Congenital

In Latin it is where we find the etymological origin of the word congenital. Specifically, it derives from “congenitus”, which is the result of the sum of two clearly delimited components: -The prefix “with”, which can be translated as “together”. -The word “genitus”, which is synonymous with “begotten”. According to abbreviationfinder.org, the term congenital is used to describe what is born with oneself. This adjective is also used with reference to what originates together with something. In medicine, a condition…

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Definitions of Unsafe Condition

Definitions of Unsafe Condition

According to abbreviationfinder.org, the condition (from the Latin condio) is linked to the property or nature of things. The concept can be used to name the state or situation in which something is. The insecurity on the other hand, is the lack of security. This last term is defined as that which is free from danger, risk or damage. The unsafe condition, therefore, is the state of something that does not provide security or that poses a danger to people….

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Definitions of Cardiac Neurosis (heart phobia)

Definitions of Cardiac Neurosis (heart phobia)

Cardiac neurosis or heart phobia is a fairly common phenomenon. Those affected suffer from heart problems, which are not due to an organic disease of the heart. What is cardiac neurosis? Cardiac neuroses usually have psychosomatic causes and occur over a longer period of time. Statistics say that about every third patient with heart problems has no organic causes and the symptoms can be traced back to a cardiac neurosis. In the case of heart phobia, those affected often complain…

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Definitions of QDOS

Definitions of QDOS

QDOS (stands for Quick and Dirty Operating System according to ABBREVIATIONFINDER) was an operating system purchased by Microsoft the company Seattle Computer and served to create the basis for what would later be PC -DOS and MS-DOS. Origins QDOS was created because sales of the Seattle Computer Products (SCP) 8086 Computer Kit, introduced in June 1979 and distributed in November, were declining due to the absence of an operating system. The only software that SCP could sell with the board was the standalone…

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Definitions of Lyme Disease

Definitions of Lyme Disease

The Lyme disease or Lyme borreliosis is an infectious disease that is transmitted mainly by ticks or wooden supports and triggered in humans. The causative bacteria are the so-called Borrelia. What is Lyme disease? Abbreviated as LD by ABBREVIATIONFINDER, lyme disease, or commonly known as borreliosis, is an infection with the bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi or related species. The name of the disease transmitted by tick bites, which is responsible for a variety of different, sometimes serious symptoms, is made up…

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Definitions of Namespace

Definitions of Namespace

What is a namespace? Namespaces allow the developer to group selected types with each other during programming and to outsource code that is required multiple times in modules. This makes the code clearer and better structured overall. Generally speaking, a namespace or namespace is a way of grouping selected elements of a code (e.g. some classes) in a separate container . These containers can be swapped out at will and referenced in other parts of a program. Namespaces are not…

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Definitions of CD-ROM

Definitions of CD-ROM

CD-ROM. (in English C ompact D isc- R ead O nly M emory, “Compact Disk-Read Only Memory” according to ABBREVIATIONFINDER). It is a flat plastic compact disc where digital information is recorded on its surface in small aligned “grooves”. Recorded information is encoded in a spiral from the center to the outer edge. Medium used to store non-volatile information, which is read optically. Capacity On a standard CD-ROM you can write from 650 or 700 and sometimes 800 MB of data. This data carrier and storage medium is popular for the distribution…

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Definitions of MIDI

Definitions of MIDI

Abbreviated as MIDI by ABBREVIATIONFINDER, Digital Interface for Musical Instruments. Physical communication standard between systems (connectors, cables, communication protocols) and the characteristics of the language that make the exchange of information between systems possible. MIDI does not transmit sounds, but information about how a certain piece of music is to be played. It would be the computer equivalent of the score. It is currently used in a wide variety of applications: music recording, film, TV, home computers, multimedia presentations]]. Advantage A…

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Definitions of UML

Definitions of UML

UML, for its acronym in English, as Unified Modeling Language according to ABBREVIATIONFINDER, is the most well-known and used software systems modeling language today; It is endorsed by the OMG (Object Management Group). It is a graphical language to visualize, specify, build and document a software system. The UML provides a standard for describing a system “blueprint” (model), including conceptual aspects such as business processes and system functions, and specifics such as programming language expressions, database schemas, and reusable software components….

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Definitions of NATO

Definitions of NATO

In connection with the Iraq conflict, on January 15, 2003, the USA officially asked NATO for military support in the precautionary planning of defense measures to protect Turkey in the event of a possible war in Iraq. After the relevant resolutions were blocked in the NATO Council due to the veto of France, Belgium and Germany, consultations under Article 4 of the NATO Treaty (threat to a member state) began for the first time in NATO history, after Turkey on…

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Definitions of NGO

Definitions of NGO

NGO: Non-governmental organizations Non governmental organizations, acronym NGO by ABBREVIATIONFINDER, English Non-governmental Organizations [n ɔ ng ʌ vn Mentl ɔ ː gəna ɪ ze ɪ ʃ nz], abbreviation NGO [end ʒ i ː ə ʊ ], originally term for the private support of Development Assistance. Today, nationally and internationally active non-governmental organizations with different areas of activity are recognized as non-governmental organizations. B. Organizations for environmental protection (Greenpeace), human rights (Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch), medical aid (Doctors Without Borders), women,…

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Definitions of UN

Definitions of UN

The work of changing and making the UN’s development work more efficient has been a recurring element over the years. There has previously been a lack of confidence in some of the bodies working on UN development work, especially the UNDP. To restore trust and increase efficiency and coordination, the UN implemented a series of measures in the late 1990’s. A special steering group was formed to strengthen coordination and efficiency. In addition, the UN Development Group was formed in…

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Meaning of Antivirus

Meaning of Antivirus

The use of the Internet plays a role in almost all areas of life today – be it online shopping, banking or checking the weather forecast. If you use the Internet regularly, you should think about protection against unauthorized access to your computer, tablet or smartphone. An anti-virus program protects the PC or mobile devices from malware and third-party access. How do these programs work and what versions are there? Antivirus programs are used to protect against malicious software (malware)…

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Meaning of Amazon Prime

Meaning of Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime is a paid offer for Amazon customers that offers a variety of advantages. Holders of a Prime subscription benefit from fast, free shipping for numerous products, they have access to the streaming services Prime Video and Prime Music as well as Prime Reading and the Kindle lending library and benefit from many other extras. Membership in Amazon Prime currently costs 69 euros per year or 7.99 euros per month. Interested parties can find out below whether the subscription…

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Meaning of AAC

Meaning of AAC

The good old CD has long since had its day – anyone who wants to listen to music or audiobooks today trusts in listening pleasure in file format. For a long time, MP3 offers were considered the best choice here. And even if MP3 is still the pioneer, another format is gradually gaining ground: AAC. But what exactly is it all about? And what are the advantages of the AAC format compared to the classic MP3 file? AAC stands for…

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Meaning of 3D Printer

Meaning of 3D Printer

Today, 3D printers are available from just over 100 euros. Other models cost high four-digit amounts. Here you can find out how 3D printers work, what processes there are and what is possible with them. Industrial 3D printing processes are unsuitable for home use Home 3D printers use the FDM process You can choose between inexpensive kits and high-priced commercial 3D printers for the home 3D printers for the home While in the home you will mainly come across 3D…

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