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Correct spelling for ATENTCHOIN
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The optical power budget in a fiber-optic communication link is the allocation of available optical power (launched into a given fiber by a given source) among various loss-producing mechanisms such as launch coupling loss, fiber attenuation, splice losses, and connector losses, in order to ensure that adequate signal strength (optical power) is available at the receiver.
Mr. lambert, who happened to be nearest, and who carried innumerable pins for the purpose of attaching innumerable buttonholes, lent him one, which was received with extravagant but dignified bows, and hyperboles of thanks.
I noticed a man in the church as i went in, a man in workman's clothes, but of course i did not pay any particular attention to him.
Thursday was another day of fair wind, and when twelve at night came, and we did not see the tall sails of the little boat double the promontory before us, we began to fear, not the truth, but some illness, some disagreeable news for their detention.
She welcomed my early attentions.
Take this rose-upon my bosom i have worn it all the day; like thy sister's true affection, never can its scent decay: as the pure wave, murm'ring fondly, lingers round some lonely isle, life-long shall my love enchain thee, selim, asking but a smile.