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- n. Plural form of phasing.
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RUMSFELD: I have something in my head, but it depends on taking those thoughts, discussing them with other countries, the relevant countries, and listening to them, and then coming to some judgments and time phasings.
But the Republicans have put not only a similar set of phasings on their spending cuts, but since they have a much larger tax cut and it's more up front, they have higher deficits in the early years than we do.
We discussed in excruciating detail the phasings of what we would accept from the Soviets: how many hours would pass between the release of Daniloff and that of Zakharov, when and how various steps would be publicly announced, and so on.
Occasionally he saw a flash in the direction of Gantok, when phasings happened momentarily to coincide.
In order to make room for Core i7 and to better compete with AMD's offerings, Intel has been busy cutting prices on Core 2 processors and phasings out many models.