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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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We have customers who come in every morning, like clockwork, for a fresh-brewed cup of 7-Eleven coffee, while others regularly treat themselves to a Slurpee or Big Gulp drink," Gordon said.
These membranes are probably remnants of the series of evolutionary gulps that landed the DNA inside an alga that eventually ended up in the single-celled protozoans.
Our Daily News tests subject found a normal sip produced mild urps almost immediately, while several large gulps took two minutes to produce a belch heard halfway across the newsroom.
An exhausted football player runs to the sidelines, puts a mask over his nose and mouth and gulps a few breaths of pure oxygen before returning to the field.
And in between chugging gulps of water, you could see the senior's glowing smile, which told the whole story.
Free from responsibility for the rest of the day, Brandon, 17 and a senior at Simi Valley High, gulps down lunch and grabs his hockey stick.
It's unknown whether Slurpees or Big Gulps will be distributed to fans.
Although we asked for our food medium spicy (the restaurant will make it any degree of spiciness requested), the Kaeng Mussaman was hot - hot enough to make your hair stand on end (it burned while it was going down even with gulps of water, but we finished it all)
Completely winded after leading her border collie, Spinner, through the grueling obstacle course, the San Jose resident could barely utter any words between gulps of air while Spinner trotted happily beside her, looking no worse for wear.
A MIDLAND MP was forced to gulp spoonfuls of coffee whitener at gunpoint to prove to Colombian soldiers that he wasn't a drug smuggler.
Sound effects of ice cubes dropping into a glass, Canada Dry Ginger Ale poured over the cubes and a refreshing gulp of the beverage are matched to images of animals in their natural habitat.
A few years ago, Richard Wassersug of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, noticed that tadpoles surfacing to gulp air tended to turn left instead of right when they dove back underwater.