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AcronymDefinition
IOne (Roman numeral)
IInterest
IIncomplete (school)
IItalic
IInformation
IInternet
ICurrent (electronics)
IInternational
IInput
IIsland
IIndustry
IIncluded (lowest quality of diamond)
IInvestment (economics)
IIndia
IItaly (International Auto Identification)
IInteractive
IIndependent
IImmediate (precedence level)
IIn Phase
IIndustries
IInventory (TOC)
IIndoor
IInstructional
IInstructor (Boy Scouts of America)
IInspection
IIncorporated
IIntermediate
IInformative
IInterstate (highway)
IImmigration
IInjection
IInclination (astronomy)
IIndicator
IImagery (often associated with satellite remote sensing)
IIncrement (Bit)
IInertial
IIodine
IIsoleucine (amino acid)
IInterpolated
IInterlaced
IInterlacing
IIntercot (Disney)
IIonisierungsenergie (German)
IIntensitie (French: Electrical Current)
IFederal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, Minnesota (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
IImaginary number; the square root of -1
IIntrapictures
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Interlaced is the fourth IT services company to join the Evergreen family, following investments in JENLOR, Wolf Consulting, and Executech earlier this year.
while the eigenvalues of its leading principal submatrix, [W.sup.o.sub.n], form the uniformly interlaced sequence
Interlaced narratives are marked by the simultaneous pursuit of multiple themes as in the weaving of threads to create a fabric such that the story is conveyed, not by explanation, but by "the amplification and expansion of the matter itself" (Vinaver 76-77).
The technical challenge for display manufacturers is how to convert the 440 (w) x 484 (h) interlaced images of legacy NTSC (480i) into high-quality content for display on expensive, flat-panel HDTVs.
Indeed, there have been Wiccan applications pending for recognizing the pentacle, an interlaced five-pointed star inside a circle, since 1997.
Interlaced throughout the book are portions of his autobiography, which was never published.
We used engineer stakes (steel fence posts) that we interlaced with four strands of barbed wire.
The author has blended research results and interviews with frontline staff, particularly healthcare providers, into 20 nicely interlaced chapters.
I was always interested in the work of the church, and reading about its involvement regionally, nationally and internationally simply gave me a wider understanding of how our efforts at the parish level were in some ways interlaced with what the church was doing beyond our local borders.
These temperature variations were caused by the location and configuration of the tertiary air system and by the operation of the six-on-six interlaced secondary air system.
The projector's 1.7x optical zoom lens can display an 100-inch image on a screen from 9.8 feet away, and its 2:3 pull-down circuitry converts interlaced 480 and 575 video to progressive-scan imagery.
This biography reveals the many sides of Marlowe's 'scourge and wrath of God', the statesman as well as the warrior and is interlaced with the author's extensive journeys round the vast areas dominated by his subject: these add something of a 'you are there' bonus.