Sinch


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.
n.1.A saddle girth made of leather, canvas, woven horsehair, or woven grass.
v. t.1.To gird with a sinch; to tighten the sinch or girth of (a saddle); as, to sinch up a sadle.
References in periodicals archive ?
Sinch's cloud communications platform, enables enterprises to reach every mobile phone on the planet via messaging, voice calls and video.
Sinch will deploy WIT technology as a part of its RCS-as-a-Service offering to mobile operators who look for a nimble but scalable solution to roll-out RCS to their subscribers and enterprise customers.
Sinch (XSTO:SINCH) Operator division (formerly known as Symsoft) has reached a significant milestone by securing over 15 new mobile operator orders as a supplier to Ericsson, a global provider of mobile communications infrastructure.
BUT SINCH IT HASNAE I'M PROBABLY PRETENDING TO BE NATAS OR MATT HENSLEY OFF HOCUS POCUS THE H-STREET VIDEO 'JUST MIRRORS AND WIRE' IT SAYS ON THE BOX WITH THE COOL FOUR ARROWS LOGO
The signing ceremony held at Bilawal House today was attended among others by Sinch Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Federal Ministers Rehman Malik and Moula Bakhsh Chandio, Advisor to Prime Minister on Human Rights Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar, provincial ministers and senior federal and provincial government officials.
Participants were then given the Sleep in a Children's Hospital (SinCH) survey to complete.
Additionally, transportation is a sinch thanks to the wheels on the bottom.
Skepticism about state intervention and links to negative long-term growth consequences have a long tradition in economics (Evans and Ranch, 1999; Fukuyama, 2004; Sinch, 1985, etc).
Kali Baba, a self-styled Hindu mystic has organised this Mahayagnya Sinch March 1 for the establishment of peace and also for the Nepal having the status of a Hindu nation by contending that he is ready to sacrifice his life for Nepal being once again declared as a Hindu country.
It is one of the leading lights in the NHS for infection control as it has had no cases of MRSA bacteria sinch June 2003, no cases of Clostridium difficile (C.