FIBRE


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AcronymDefinition
FIBREFilm Industry Broadband Resources Enterprise (North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
FIBREFinnish Biodiversity Research Programme
FIBREFabry-Perot Interferometer/Bolometer Research Experiment
FIBREFriendly Inputting of Bibliographic Records (INIS)
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There are moments, psychologists tell us, when the passion for sin, or for what the world calls sin, so dominates a nature that every fibre of the body, as every cell of the brain, seems to be instinct with fearful impulses.
The inexperienced fibres of the boy's eyes were hardened at an early age.
At last the breeze came; the schooner sidled and drew nearer in the dark; I felt the hawser slacken once more, and with a good, tough effort, cut the last fibres through.
From the fibres, the Indians manufacture baskets of such close texture as to hold water.
Fibre Channel has emerged as the technology of choice for the high speed interconnect.
Fibre disks cost the same as SCSI disks from some disk vendors; other vendors charge a small premium for the fibre version of their product lines.
MARK: Well, the Fibre Channel side of the equation is consolidating.
Coordinate the development of appropriate Fibre Channel Management Information Bases (MIBs) and map them into CIM.