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"BLACK NINJA CREW...FUCK WITH BITCHES..AND LEAVE DER HEADS ON MY BALLS" This small group was created from Facebook and was founded by Bun Mee Yangstar. He has left another quote & [..]
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A BNC (B-n-C) is defined as a Burn and Cruise. It's when someone get's high before driving around or goes out for a toke break and drives in the process of doing so due to the fact it& [..]
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Abbreviation for a valued significant other often referred to as the "ball and chain"
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Backwards Naked Crap. It's when you take off all your clothes and sit backwards on the toilet. This allows you to rest your head or your book on the back of the toilet, making for a more comfo [..]
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What is BNC? BNC is a great IRC (Internet Relay Chat) proxying server under the GPL (General Public License). It allows users to connect to chat servers by bouncing off the computer which is running B [..]
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Bayonet "N" Connector. 1. The locking connector type used in 10Base2 (Thin Ethernet). 2. Any connector similar to the type used by 10Base2 for CATV, and other electronic uses.
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Short for BayoNet Connector or Baby N Connector or Bayonet Neill-Concelman (for the inventors Paul Neill and Carl Concelman who developed the similar N and C connectors separately and the BNC and TNC [..]
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Dictionary of Internet Terms Short for BayoNet Connector or Baby N Connector or Bayonet Neil and Carl Concelman who developed the similar N and C connectors separately and the BNC and TNC connectors together.A twist -and-lock connector for coaxial cable,BNC connectors are used for electronic equipment and LANs and permit fequencies into the gigaHer [..]
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An acronym for "British Naval Connector". A cable connector used exclusively in television.
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A type of coaxial connector often found on video and digital audio equipment, as well as on test devices like oscilloscopes. In audio gear, BNC connectors are normally used to carry synchronizing clock signals between devices. BNC’s are bayonet-type connectors, inserted and then secured with a half turn. All of Bittree’s video patchbays accept [..]
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Video connector, the most commonly used in CCTV. Bridging
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A type of high precision connection often used in instrumentation and sometimes in digital audio. BNC connectors sometimes are used for digital connections such as from a CD Transport to the input of [..]
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is the type of connector plug commonly found on CCTV devices for video and audio input / output connections. BNC is the choice for broadcast video and security video professionals because of its locki [..]
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Bayonet Nut Connection. Also known as several other names. A connector for coaxial cable that is used in video connections and RG58 connections. The connector has a bayonet-type shell with two small knobs on the female connector which lock into spiral slots in the male connector when twisted on. BNC connections are easily adapted to [..]
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(Bayonet Nut Connector) Video connector, the most commonly used in CCTV.
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An acronym for "British Naval Connector". A cable connector used exclusively in television.
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Short for Bayonet Neil Concelman connector. It is a type of connector with a bayonet locking mechanism that is mainly used in professional video connections. Most cables are supplied with BNC connectors to improve quality.
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A type of coaxial connector used in situations requiring shielded cable for signal connections and/or controlled impedance applications. Originally named BNC as an acronym for Bayonet Navy Connector.
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A twist locking Coax type connector used on 50 or 75 ohm Coax - used for RF & older style network connections
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A hairstyle achieved by plaiting or braiding damp or moist hair and curling the ends with rollers or flexi rods. Air dry overnight or use a hair dryer. Then take out the rods and braids to reveal deep wavy and curly hair.
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British Naval Connector or Bayonet Nut Connector. BNC connectors are small devices used to connect computers to a thin coaxial cable bus (10Base2) or terminate the ends of a bus. There are several different types of BNC connectors. A BNC barrel connector joins two Thinnet cables. A BNC terminator is used to terminate the end of a cable. It acts as [..]
Source: glossary.westnetinc.com

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BNC stands for "bouncer"
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An abbreviation for "b***job, nap, and cookie", usually used to express intensely relaxing and recharging after a stressful day by fulfilling one's needs for pleasure, rest, [..]
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Bayonet Neil-Concelman or British Naval Connector. A connector widely used in the CCTV industry, usually for coaxial cable. Easy to install and reliable with little video signal loss. Pictures of BNC [..]
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