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gulp

[gəlp]
(computer science)
A series of bytes considered as a unit.

gulp

An unspecified number of bytes.
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Perhaps chain-smoking cigarettes and gulping wine from a bottle during a performance might have been cool a decade ago when Guns N' Roses was the biggest band in the world.
Other whales leapt from the water and slammed onto otters, stunning them before gulping them down.
Toledo admitted to gulping this week when it was reported that a similar drill might land Georgia Tech coach George O'Leary in legal trouble.
Some vertebrates, including blowfish and several species of birds, try to scare off potential predators by gulping air to inflate their bodies or throats.
Martha Thomson, 42, of Canoga Park followed Rockwell's advice, taking a dip in a neighbor's pool while ``religiously gulping iced teas.
No, I'm not talking about Jerry Seinfeld; I'll let the media finish collectively gulping its St.
The sonic boom you just heard is the collective sound of opposing centers gulping.
The minute you see her hobbling around with a cane and gulping down painkillers, you figure Suzanne is a goner.