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    Mesh, Bus, Ring, and Star are all types of a topology. Each of these types of topology is used for specific network’s but some networks can uses any combination of the four. A mesh topology has each station connected to the others. This network is more difficult to set up but provides a great deal of performance and reliability. In a Mesh network if a segment of the network is broken, then the packet being sent will find an alternate route to its destination. Mesh are used in Wide Area Networks (WANs)

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    Accounting Terms

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    explanations of terms are presented to aid in understanding the narrative discussions and illustrations included in this text and the terminology generally used in governmental accounting, auditing, financial reporting and budgeting. Because this glossary is reprinted from the Government Finance Association's Governmental Accounting and Financial Reporting, the terms and explanations have not been modified to reflect specific Texas school district issues, etc. Synonyms for specific terms also may be

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    Terms Defined

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    Terms Defined Before plummeting into the depth of this paper, several phrases and terms need to be clarified. When discussing computers they should be thought of as “devices that solve problems by accepting information, performing prescribed operations, and supplying the results obtained.” Computer usage refers to utilizing the piece of technology to solve problems. Another important fact to remember is that computer games are played on the machine for either instruction or entertainment.

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    Coming to Terms

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    Coming to Terms It's not a light bulb that suddenly turns on. It's not a bolt of lightning that strikes you without pain. It's more like a boot; a steel toe boot that literally drops out of the sky and kicks you directly in the face, knocking out the majority of your teeth and smashing your nose into a bloody mess. That's more what it's like when you come to a realization. All that talk of a magical epiphany is left in the dust while the boot moves on to its next victim. It doesn't let you see

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    Implied Terms

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    1)     Introduction 2)     Implied Terms 3)     Custom / Usage 4)     Court 5)     Past Dealings 6)     Statute 7)     Goods Act 8)     Trade Practices Act 9)     Conclusion 10)     Recommendations 11)     Bibliography INTRODUCTION Agreements are formed in almost every communication; electronic, written or oral; daily. Once an agreement fulfills the components required of a contract, therein lies the existence of terms of a contract. These terms depict an obligation between parties

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    My short term goals and long term goal do not always fall into place, as often my short term goals include doing well on a standardized test, or putting time in for my extra curricular activities. Though I do believe it is a universal problem in this world and the two goals may not be compatible, for now, I am able to balance my family relationships as well as the many smaller goals stack up. I told myself that this would be my main long term goal after sophomore year because

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    The Reference of Theoretical Terms

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    The Reference of Theoretical Terms ABSTRACT: A popular explanation of the success of theories of science is that of scientific realism. It maintains, besides that the theories of a mature science are typically approximately true, that observational terms and theoretical terms refer to or denote entities. Therefore it is part of the realistic claim that "reference" explains "success." But if the realist is not able to clarify "reference" and a fortiori the reference on theoretical objects, the

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    Culture and Values Terms

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    High and Popular Culture High culture is a term referring to the "best of breed" (from some elitist viewpoints) cultural products. What falls in this category is defined by the most powerful sections of society, i.e. its social, political, economic and intellectual elite. The opposite of high cultural art forms, such as the opera, historic art, classical music, traditional theatre or literature; popular culture includes many forms of cultural communication including newspapers, television, advertising

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    American History Terms

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    American History Terms 1. Government role in RR building- Congress was impressed by arguments supporting military and postal needs and began to advance liberal money loans to two favored cross- continent companies in 1862 and added enormous donations of land and tracks. Within the routes the RR’s were allowed to choose alternate mile- square sections in checkerboard fashion 2. Significance of Transcontinental RR- A magnificent engineering feat- most impressive peacetime undertakings. Welded West

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    Modern World terms

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    1. War of the Spanish Succession- (1701-14), conflict that arose out of the disputed succession to the throne of Spain following the death of the childless Charles II, the last of the Spanish Habsburgs. The battles raged across Europe for eleven years. In an effort to regulate the impending succession, to which there were three principal claimants, England, the Dutch Republic, and France signed the First Treaty of Partition, agreeing Prince Joseph Ferdinand, should inherit Spain. 2. War of the Austrian

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