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ide

(aɪd)
n
(Animals) another name for the silver orfe. See orfe
[C19: from New Latin idus, from Swedish id]

-ide

or -id

a suffix used in the names of chemical compounds.

IDE

intact dilatation and extraction.

IDE

Integrated Drive Electronics: a standard for computer interface ports that allows the disk controller of an IDE-compatible hard drive or CD-ROM drive to be integrated into the disk itself. Compare EIDE, SCSI.
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- Master-Slave mode: 40 device query done in 1 minute (SF9/125K, 150 Byte payload)
Furthermore, MagnaLINK provides simultaneous master-slave firmware upgrade, with new-product configuration detection and automatic settings reconfiguration.
Fanon's point is not that Hegel's master-slave dialectic is inapplicable to the colonial situation, but that both Blacks and whites in the Francophone world will face particular challenges if they wish to overcome the failure that is colonial domination.
In fig.12, the master-slave Flip Flop results in the output with minimum delay even though two latches are used to develop it.
Citing Hegel and Rousseau, he elevates the theory of the master-slave relationship.
Turning to Hegel as filtered through Paul Gilroy, Thaler sees the "master-slave dialectic ...
But this does not stop the author from speculating that Abifa could have resisted her condition as a slave in Jamaica based on her expectations of the master-slave relationship, which were rooted in Africa.
A master-slave option allows up to seven controllers to be directly connected to each other.
They are recoverability overload protection, PC fire-retardant materials, intelligent master-slave control and USB Charging Function."
The argument proceeds dialectically, beginning with the Hegelian master-slave relation that Fessard saw as being operative in politico-economic affairs but as insufficient for fully addressing the existential and historical conditions of society.
Genovese thus uses familiar terms to describe the master-slave relationship because that is how slave-owners viewed it--slaveholders managed their slaves as if slaves were included within a patriarchal system.

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