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IP address

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(Computer Science) computing internet protocol address: the numeric code that identifies all computers that are connected to the internet
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IP address

[aɪˈpiːəˌdres] N (Comput) =Internet Protocol addressdirección f IP

IP address

n (Comput, Internet) → IP-Adresse f
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Given that the first estrus following the prepubertal stage may lead to the ovulation of subfertile ova, we conducted a further evaluation of CIDR inserts in order to collect important data on breeding efficiency (breeding age, interval to conception and pregnancy rate) in heifers treated with CIDR and bred on the second estrus following the onset of puberty.
The system promises to protect the citizen's privacy as the government would maintain the CIDR. Online queries relating to an individual's identity would only get a response in ' yes' or ' no'.
Here's how the process works: the veterinarian sedates the doe (some choose not to sedate) and inserts the CIDR plug into the doe's vagina with a special applicator.
It is launched a week after the ferocious Cyclone Cidr devastated parts of Bangladesh leaving more than five million people without enough food, water, or shelter, while an estimated million homes have been destroyed or damaged and around a million acres of cropland devastated.
There are functions for both session-based load balancing and round-robin where the number of CIDR networks is unlimited.
Bush has requested a base amount of $1.3 million for PROACT and $3.2 million for the Castings for Improved Defense Readiness (CIDR) program for FY2006, which provide for the purchase of metal castings for military use.
These shortages have been partially mitigated through Network Address Translation (NAT) and Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR).
Formative assessment strategies--aimed at gauging participant satisfaction, identifying perceived strengths and weaknesses, and recognizing the need for change--included mid- and end-of-year student evaluations of MEPC courses and curriculum conducted by staff of the UW Center for Instructional Development and Research (CIDR), end-of-term student ratings and narrative course critiques, annual focus groups conducted with staff of participating MEPC community agencies, and end-of-year faculty and student retreats, focused in part on evaluating the partnership project and the new curriculum.