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  • least significant bit
  • least significant byte
  • lower sideband
  • Linux standard base


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  • The bit less than the LSB is always 0, as is the bit higher than the MSB, which fulfills the requirements for logical shift.

    Babbage-Boole Digital Arithmetical and Logical Mill: Part 1 « The Half-Baked Maker

  • The time is shared by how many voices there are that want to speak to those officials who PRETEND they represent US sponsors. [they are called LSB members]

    BNET Articles

  • In fact, it's most of the problem arise less from kernel although they're have been situations where there have been compatibility issues due to kernel version but more because of the shared libraries that distributions choose to ship and so what we do is the LSB is a rolling standard and so we specify different versions of the LSB.

    LXer Linux News

  • If one uses dd-mm-yyyy it makes sense because it's in decreasing order of granularity (kind of LSB first). yyyy-mm-dd makes ever more sense because

    Site Home

  • ( "LSB" or the "Company"), (NYSE: LXU), today announced that it will issue its financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2010 on Friday,

    Business Wire Travel News

  • ( "LSB" or the "Company"), (NYSE: LXU), today announced that it will issue its financial results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 31, 2008 on Thursday, March 12, 2009, after the close of business.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • F needs to feed all boxes at the same location relative to each box, while three consecutive but different A bits feed different boxes, except for the LSB, where An-1 is different, and the MSB where An+1 is different.

    Babbage-Boole Digital Arithmetical and Logical Mill: Part 2 « The Half-Baked Maker

  • LSB Industries shares trade higher after the company beat fourth quarter estimates.

    Agilent Lights Up

  • One by one, the lenders fell into line until there was a lone holdout, Jack Golsen, whose company, LSB Industries, Inc., was taking a $1.2 million hit.

    The Rise and Fall of Bear Stearns

  • I actually just sold a vampire novel to LSB a couple weeks ago, and that's one of the things I try to explore.

    Why I Don't Like Vampires


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