private pack

private pack

[′prī·vət ′pak]
(computer science)
A disk pack assigned exclusively to one application or one user so that the operating system does not try to allocate space on the device to others.
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Chula Homa--the word means "red fox" in Choctaw--began in 1980 as the private pack of Mrs.
V) has agreed to acquire Canada-based managed service company Xanity Cloud Solutions, which includes acquisition of Microsoft Azure Private Pack, the company said.
A critical component of the purchase was also acquiring the Microsoft Azure Private Pack.
LADY Anne Bentinck, who has died aged 92, was a lifelong enthusiast of all things equestrian, a keen owner and patron of jump racing and the last woman in England to hunt her own private pack of foxhounds riding side saddle, which she did fearlessly well into her 80s.
The hunt was founded in 1850 as a private pack but it was not until 1878, when the Earl of Percy, later the seventh Duke of Northumberland, became master, that the pack became known as The Percy.
The hunt was founded in 1850 as a private pack but it was not until 1878 when the Earl of Percy, later the seventh Duke of Northumberland, became master, that the pack became known as The Percy.
Aristocrats could no longer finance private packs of hounds, so the sport was kept alive only by subscriptions from large farmers and urban middle-class enthusiasts, but these enthusiasts were not accepted by aristocracy and gentry as social equals.