- n. Plural form of network.
“VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Senate Democrat May Block Nominee for Pentagon Post'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'J. Dorrance Smith, the nominee, testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee in a closed session about an opinion article in which he accused U.S. television networks of helping terrorists through the networks\' partnerships with al-Jazeera.”
“If Sanchez meant that everybody who runs the networks is a lot like Stewart in that they're Jewish, that's obviously very, very bad, and portends serious trouble for him.”
“But all you see on the networks is an eventually clear sentence from Obama.”
“The problem from the networks is the shows aren't ready, the casts aren't set but viewers want to know what to watch NOW.”
“NBC Thursday Night Anything else the main networks have to offer”
“The fact that both of these important brain networks become active together suggests that mind wandering is not useless mental static.”
“Reaching out and partnering with other networks is likely to be more fruitful (see 23.).”
“The key to making the most of both your blog and social networks is to treat them as the community they are.”
“As broadband consumption moves increasingly to mobile devices, the speed of wireless networks is becoming crucial and many carriers are increasing speeds, according to Akamai's just released report "The State of the Internet.”
“Cracking the code on SaaS supply chain and SaaS multi-enterprise networks is a whole different ball game and an integration strategy with ERP/MDM is a must – which will quickly separate the men from the boys when the sales cycle moves from the Business owner over to the more sophisticated tire-kickers of systems, over in IT.”
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