FOUT


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FOUTFlash of Unstyled Text (computing)
FOUTFrequency Out
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L'autre est <<contente>> parce que <<cette fois-ci, elle s'en fout, elle ne veut pas que ce soit le prof>> (Constanza).
Fout (ed.), Forbidden History: The State, Society, and the Regulation of Sexuality in Modern Europe (Chicago, 1990), p.
A campaign titled, "European Campaign to Release Palestinian prisoners" Belal al Fout, Head of Preparatory Committees confirmed most arrangements are completed where thousands of Palestinians from all across Europe and around the world are expected to take part in the conference.
Parshionikar S, Laseke I, Fout GS (2010) Use of propidium monoazide in reverse transcriptase PCR to distinguish between infectious and noninfectious enteric viruses in water samples.
(Volgens 'n inskrywing van Viljoen [2009a:21 Junie] was die lettertipe 'n fout, maar dat hy daarvan gehou het en besluit het om dit ook binne die boek te gebruik.
Locked to an external frequency reference (or optional internal reference), the PLXO units feature low rms jitter ([less than] 0.05 pSec, typical), desirable phase noise (Fout = 233 MHz, [less than] -120 dBc/Hz at 1 kHz, typical) and low power consumption at +3.3 V, +5 V, +8 V or +12 VDC.
Het is jammer dat het enige Indonesische woord in het boek fout wordt gespeld--sandara moet zijn saudara.
Fout, "Sexual Politics in Wilhelmine Germany: The Male Gender Crisis, Moral Purity, and Homophobia," Journal of the History of Sexuality 2, no.
Lymphangioma-like Kaposi's sarcoma: report of fout cases and review.