silverback

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n silverback an adult male gorilla with grey hairs across the back
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Silverback (Zoöl) The knot.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n silverback The knot or Canute, a sandpiper. See cut under Tringa.
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Usage


In news:

Mark Henry has been The Silverback, The King of the Jungle, Sexual Chocolate.
As far as other Redskins you could have a thing for, Silverback could be a candidate.
MultiDyne has announced that Washington, D.C.-based video production company Skehan Communications is using MultiDyne's new SilverBACK -II with JUICE camera-mounted fiber transport system.
Motuba is among four silverbacks that socialize at the zoo.
John Thompson doesn't like Trent Williams's ' Silverback ' nickname.
Trent Williams's ' Silverback ' chain.
"We are thrilled to be recommending SilverBack 's high-quality services to our clients and look forward to working with them.".
Todd McKendrick, vice president of sales for one of Silverbacks biggest customers, Do IT Smarter, which resells the Silverback platform to other MSPs, said that Dell has been very quiet about plans for the channel and platform.
A day after Dell announced plans to acquire managed services platform provider SilverBack , Nimsoft is wooing the company's MSPs.
Nimsoft Offers to Save the Silverback .
What the deal means to SilverBacks 150 or so partners remains to be seen, Smith said, but initial reports are positive.
Still, Do IT Smarter will keep its options open and consider replacing SilverBack with one of its competitors if need be, he added.
As do other iSCSI HBAs, Silverback 's iSNAP 2110 adapter accelerates both the iSCSI and TCP protocols.
However, Silverback 's performance claims give rise to the question of whether iSCSI users really need the speed.
Skehan Communications selects MultiDyne SilverBACK-II for camera signal transport.
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