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disc

[disk]
(astronomy)

DISC

[disk]
(engineering)

disc

disc
disc
i. The imaginary surface swept by the rotor blades during their rotation.
ii. That portion of the compressor or the turbine to which blades are attached.

disc

(storage, spelling)
British spelling of "disk", normally only used for "compact disc".

disc

An alternate spelling for disk with a "k." Some computer manufacturers use this spelling for magnetic disks, but "disc" usually refers to optical media, such as CDs and DVDs.

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Disc ("c") refers to pure optical media, and disk ("k") refers to magnetic hard disks and floppy disks as well as to disks that use a combination of magnetic and optical technologies (see magneto-optic disk).
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From 1979 to 1985 he became chairman of the West Yorkshire Association of Disc Jockeys and during his chairmanship participated in many fundraising and charity events in the area.
5 manages to eke out an existence by having its disc jockeys promote live shows throughout New England, as well as having disc jockeys do "shout outs" for local businesses.
Despite the fluctuating economy, Disc Jockeys On Call should see their business continue to grow.
Disc Jockeys On Call, headquartered in Bethesda, MD has consistently been named one of the Washington area's top deejays, performing for Fortune 500 companies and a number of celebrities, professional athletes and politicians, as well as opening for Chris Rock, KRS-One, OutKast, Notorious B.
Disc Jockeys On Call, a Bethesda based deejay company that provides entertainment for wedding and events, has seen their business grow exponentially over the past few years, defying all economic indicators.
Even with the weakening economy, Disc Jockeys On Call's business has more than doubled in the last five years, and it is projecting a 200% increase in revenue in 2008.
Music makes an event memorable, and my goal is to make sure people remember the event well after it is finished," said Disc Jockeys On Call founder and President Aaron Couch.
The disc jockeys will update their listeners on the Olympic scene from a broadcast center housed in the Coca-Cola Olympic Pin Trading Center located in Albertville.
2 to find work as disc jockeys, but have never returned.
This is what it feels like when you're drowning," one of the disc jockeys said.
At one point, a listener who identified herself as a nurse called in to warn the disc jockeys that the stunt could be fatal, according to an audio tape of the broadcast.
In my view they need not have apologized for the remark to appease redneck disc jockeys.