Definitions for "Next"
The interference caused in a pair at the transmission (Near) end caused by the transmission of a signal in another pair.
Undesirable signal bleed-over or crosstalk between cable pairs.
Near End Cross Talk. Crosstalk that is caused by the coupling of signals traveling in opposite directions. Also see crosstalk. Contrast with FEXT.
Originally a Unix-based workstation from NeXT Inc. using a 24MHz Motorola 68040 processor, a high-resolution color display, stereo sound, and an erasable optical disk.
a bare-knuckles conservative lobbying group masquerading as a senior citizens association
a conservative lobby group who hired them to create an ad attacking AARP, who have (obviously) expressed criticism of the Bush plan (which, in the words of Billionaires for Bush , seeks to make Social Security neither
Next PLC is a British clothes retailer, with its headquarters in Enderby, Leicestershire, England. It is one of the United Kingdom's largest clothing retailers, number three behind Marks & Spencer and Philip Green's retail empire of Bhs and Arcadia Group. The group has over 400 stores throughout the UK and the Republic of Ireland, and 50 franchise branches in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Next is a 2007 science fiction/thriller film directed by Lee Tamahori and starring Nicolas Cage and Julianne Moore in an adaptation of Philip K. Dick's 1954 science fiction short story "The Golden Man." It is currently being filmed and is scheduled for release on April 27th, 2007.
Next is a 2006 techno-thriller novel by Michael Crichton. Next takes place in the present world, where both the government and private investors spend billions of dollars every year on genetic research. The novel follows many characters, including transgenic animals, in the quest to survive in a world dominated by genetic research, corporate greed, and legal interventions.
Nearest in place; having no similar object intervening.
Nearest in time; as, the next day or hour.
Adjoining in a series; immediately preceding or following in order.
Keywords:  steve, sculley, pixar, empdata, sysdate
From Glossary of "Weaving the Web" ( 1999-07-23) Name of the company started by Steve Jobs, and of the computer it manufactured, that integrated many novelties such as the Mach kernel, Unix, NeXTStep, Objective-C, drag-and-drop application builders, optical disks, and digital signal processors. The development platform I used for the first Web client. Next was bought by Apple and became Apple Enterprise
1. one-time hardware, now software-only, company that Steve Jobs thought would earn his revenge against John Sculley. Next was the first commercial computer to incorporate a CD-ROM drive and Display Postscript. See also Pixar
Keywords:  kallissa, jenna, housewives, mtv, kevin
Next is a dating television show produced by Kallissa Productions airing on MTV.
"Next" is the 24th episode of the ABC television series, Desperate Housewives. The episode was also the season premiere for the show's second season. The episode was written by Jenna Bans & Kevin Murphy and was directed by Larry Shaw.
a champion for hardworking American taxpayers and their families -- not an enemy of them
Next are an American R&B trio with members Robert "R.L." Huggar, and brothers Terry "T-Low" Brown and Raphael "Tweety" Brown. The group was brought together by the brother's uncle, a local gospel choir director.
The dialog management action for dependent workstations that causes the next portion of a data object to be presented.
multiuser Unix Workstation manufactured by NeXT corporation that runs the NeXTSTEP operating system (NeXT Turbo). WWWebfx Home Page
Journey's third album, Next, was released in 1977 (see 1977 in music).
Next is the fifth studio album by alternative metal band Sevendust.
(origin: Robin Worldwide) exclamation; short for "on to the next;" used to herald the dismissal of one suitor in favor of a future, more suitable one. e.g. "He was an ass-tapping freakbox. NEXT!"
Keywords:  ximo, tourist, info, getting
próximo, -a Getting tourist info
Keywords:  dmv, loop, increment, heard, marker
The marker which denotes the end of a For Loop.
an exception that is trapped by a loop block
1. a programming keyword used to increment a counter within a loop. 2. a word rarely heard at the DMV.
Keywords:  terrence, nally, play, act, one
Next is a one-act play by Terrence Mc Nally.
Keywords:  preload, sequence, link, quick, linear
This keyword refers to a link to the next document in a linear sequence of documents. For quick loading of next documents, it is recommended that user agents preload the "next" document.
links an element to the next element in an aggregate.
next document in current sequence. The next document of a collection that is meant to be read in order. Example: each chapter of a book could end with a link to the next chapter. (or: ) [test: &previous;
(of elected officers) elected but not yet serving; "our next president"
immediately following in time or order; "the following day"; "next in line"; "the next president"; "the next item on the list"
a member of the Alliance for Worker Retirement Security and Compass, not the other way around
Keywords:  meditation, assist
a meditation to assist
Keywords:  crowd, leader, stands, national
a national leader that stands out from the crowd
Nationwide Evaluation of X-Ray Trends
Keywords:  symmetrical, non
Keywords:  dictionary, cooking
Cooking Dictionary Results
Keywords:  tour, week, three, see
see Three Week Tour.
Keywords:  rotated, man, home
the man who said he was the next to rotated home.
Keywords:  message, current
Message following the current message.