T-Rex


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T-Rex

The code name for IBM's z990 mainframe introduced in the spring of 2003. In its maximum configuration, T-Rex quadrupled the memory capacity and tripled the performance of the previous z900 model. T-Rex supports up to 32 processors and 64GB of memory.
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Clockwise from |above, children at the fair, Jake Spark, six, meets a baby T-Rex.
VTech's Switch & Go Dinos Turbo T-Rex Launcher includes one electronic Switch & Go Dinos Turbo T-Rex that easily transforms from a dino to race car in a few easy steps.
While Newpark's roll out of the T-REX will initially be limited to the Marcellus, the company plans to expand the offering to other markets.
He said: "It's another big T-rex and these things don't turn up every day.
The back does not have the usual glass covering, but is custom fitted with a T-Rex tooth, which has been splintered and shaved into polished meteoric stone that dates back 65 million years.
The music of Marc Bolan and Mickey Finn will be brought back to life through drummer Paul Fenton, who recorded and performed 'live' with Marc and T-Rex in the UK.
Sue, who was discovered in 1990 on a hilltop in South Dakota, US, is probably the biggest, most complete and clear T-Rex fossil ever.
If You Give a T-Rex a Bone" is all about a little boy who learns about different dinosaurs.
2003: Mickey Finn, drummer with T-Rex, who reformed as Mickey Finn's T-Rex in the late 1990s, died on this day
Bison has added another size to its T-Rex portable basketball systems with the T-Rex 54, that features a popular spring assisted set up in a system designed to fit smaller facilities.
Marc Bolan and T-Rex were yesterday given an unlikely place at the forefront of the UK's search for new gas supplies.