- v. present participle of buffer.
“And there are quite powerful long-term buffering mechanisms, such as described here:”
“Sometimes a little oyster-shell grit or chalk will do for long-term buffering; it can be used together with the hexamine and can go on working after the hexamine is exhausted if the collection is poorly maintained.”
Practical Taxidermy A manual of instruction to the amateur in collecting, preserving, and setting up natural history specimens of all kinds. To which is added a chapter upon the pictorial arrangement of museums. With additional instructions in modelling and artistic taxidermy.
“And even his pauses - his "buffering" - allowed the audience to brace itself for the next onslaught.”
“Still not there technologically," she said, referring to the buffering.”
“I know this is called buffering, but how can I avoid it?”
“So even if you save energy by "buffering" the freezer with ice, you still pay to freeze it the first time.”
“In this instance, it is the "Author's Introduction" that displays that "buffering" that the subject. seems to demand.”
“The connection from her home computer is so slow, her online life is one of delays, degraded quality and "buffering" warning messages.”
“YouTube has been using Flash to do it for 5 years now, and when was the first time you saw the dreaded "buffering" on a RealVideo clip on your”
“Since the FLO TV service is delivered over America's largest dedicated mobile TV network, you will not have any issues such as buffering or limited bandwidth, enjoying a hassle-free viewing experience instead.”
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