an amendment to the u.s. const-tution, ratified in 1870, prohibiting the restriction of voting rights “on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.”.
- 16 gauge
[siks-teen-geyj] /ˈsɪks tinˈgeɪdʒ/ adjective of, pertaining to, or being a size of shotgun sh-ll having a diameter of 0.662 inches (1.68 cm). of, pertaining to, or being a shotgun using such a sh-ll.
- 16-bit application
operating system software for ms-dos or microsoft windows which originally ran on the 16-bit intel 8088 and 80286 microprocessors. these used a segmented address sp-ce to extend the range of addresses from what is possible with just a 16-bit address. programs with more than 64 kilobytes of code or data therefore had to waste time […]
national semiconductor 16000
hardware a uart with a one-byte fifo buffer. the 16450 is a higher speed, fixed version of the 8250. it was superseded by the 16550. the 16450 was used for the ibm pc at and ps/2 but will not work in a ibm pc xt. (2004-03-21)
hardware a version of the 16450 uart with a 16-byte fifo. superseded by the 16550a. this chip might not operate correctly with all software. the 16c550 is a cmos version. (2004-03-24)