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- adj. Arranged such that each end of a given item is adjacent to one end of a different item.
- adj. From one end to the other.
- adj. Smoothly alternating between attacking and defensive plays.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. from first to last
- adj. with the end of one object in contact lengthwise with the end of another object
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The series was initially undertaken on the premise that the term "end-to-end" means different things to different constituencies.
Their only task would be to get packets through the network to the destination host on the other side, making a so-called end-to-end link.
CB: Our team is vigilant about providing end-to-end integrity for each classroom project funded through our site.
If you took all the bricks used in the Freedom Trail, and laid them end-to-end in two rows, the resulting line of bricks would be * exactly* as long as the Freedom Trail. harold Says:
The MediaSentry Services portfolio provides clients with powerful, end-to-end solutions designed to meet specific content protection, intelligence and distribution needs.
The Tigers had their chances in an end-to-end first half, most notably when Matty Fryatt saw his penalty saved by Luke Steele.
Linking optimized data centers to application-aware IP NGNs will let managed service providers ensure they can offer an end-to-end service, according to Simon Aspinall, senior director of service provider marketing at Cisco, thus differentiating themselves from web-based cloud providers.
Overall, this is a cool architectural-centric product offering for next generation data center and cloud computing infrastructure, consisting of an end-to-end centrally managed solution.
If the only issues were technical then the US would have broadly adopted ISDN as a superior solution, including end-to-end digital voice with wideband potential.
The inherent end-to-end IP network capabilities with 4G deployments should also improve bandwidth utilization.
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