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- v. Present participle of handshake.
- n. A greeting by clasping hands.
- n. A step in a protocol in which information is exchanged between computing processor devices; often as part of the initiation process for communications.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. grasping and shaking a person's hand (as to acknowledge an introduction or to agree on a contract)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
There would be a brief interval of electronic 'handshaking' and error correction; then the picture would return and ROV 3's pilot, four kilometers above, could resume progress.
Already, she says, image consultants are targeting job fairs, both as paid gigs offering lessons on etiquette such as handshaking and as fertile ground for finding new clients.
It must be some kind of handshaking issue caused by the TV.
Physicists at New York University have created "handshaking" particles that link together based on their shape rather than randomly.
Integrating OMAC's PackML and Packtag standards into an automation solution reduces the burden of "handshaking" between PLCs on a coordinated line.
Our hypothetical power company would need to develop some kind of handshaking protocol, so an appliance could prove to the grid that it was manufactured by "approved" manufacturers.
Caution parishioners to limit or even temporarily suspend or modify (i.e. bowing at the Sign of Peace) ritual actions such as handshaking, kissing or other close proximity during Mass, confirmation or graduation ceremonies, etc.
The infantrymen wanted action and firefights, he testified, but instead they found themselves carrying out a more humanitarian counter-insurgency strategy that involved meetings and handshaking.
Actually, if the word is as harmless as he claims, there is no reason why we should not hear the duchess remarking, after an arduous handshaking session: "I feel totally monged out", where mong means, according to Gervais, wearing the mantle of Samuel Johnson, "dopey" or "ignorant".
Philip Montgomery for The Wall Street Journal Four teams are competing to set a world record for handshaking.