The word switch is a noun. Switch means (1) the act of changing one thing or position for another, (2) a basketball maneuver; two defensive players shift assignments so that each guards the player usually guarded by the other, (3) a flexible implement used as an instrument of punishment, (4) control consisting of a mechanical or electrical or electronic device for making or breaking or changing the connections in a circuit, (5) railroad track having two movable rails and necessary connections; used to turn a train from one track to another or to store rolling stock, (6) hairpiece consisting of a tress of false hair; used by women to give shape to a coiffure, (7) an event in which one thing is substituted for another.
Switch is also a verb that means (1) reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action), (2) change over, change around, or switch over, (3) make a shift in or exchange of, (4) lay aside, abandon, or leave for another, (5) flog with or as if with a flexible rod, (6) cause to go on or to be engaged or set in operation, (7) exchange or give (something) in exchange for.
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Light Reading, established in 2000, is an integrated business media company serving the telecom community. They produce 6 online publications: Light Reading, Byte and Switch, and four others. They also offer online seminars (webinars) and publish several paid subscription newsletters. Light Reading reaches the telecommunications industry from service providers to the business/financial community.
Netzero provides Internet access at a lower cost than many of its competitors. Membership includes free email, free instant messaging, and free voice mail. On the site users can find out how to switch to NetZero, what their rates are, and a description of all their services.
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A signaling pathway controlled by transforming growth factor beta (TGF-beta) could be involved in the progression of age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Science Daily. Tuesday, 22 Jan 2019 09:28:46 EST.
If you've been working with one company for any length of time, you may feel it's more difficult to make a switch to a new organization or that potential new employers may be worried about your ability to be agile. ...
By Dawn Graham, Contributor. Forbes. Wednesday, 16 Jan 2019 18:19:00 -0500.
In a high-stakes gambit, opposition lawmakers are hoping to entice members of the security forces to switch sides, so they can organize new elections.
Ana Vanessa Herrero and Ernesto LondoÑo. New York Times. Wednesday, 16 Jan 2019 00:09:51 GMT.