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Brit (in certain schools) a class or form, esp one for children of about 14 years, designed to introduce them to the greater responsibilities of a more senior position in the school
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It is important that after rehabilitation with removable partial dentures all health care providers should emphasize on importance of oral health hygiene especially after insertion of removable dentures.
According to the company, the Idealstor backup systems are suitable for organisations of all sizes, with systems available with 1 removable drive bay up to 8 and with removable disk capacities of up to 12TB per system.
Our experience is that data transfer rates for fixed-disk transfer devices are about the same as removable optical transfer rates (2-4 MB/sec) depending upon object size and volume.
We're pleased to provide support for SanDisk's removable memory cards, storage solutions that enhance the multimedia and position location applications for our 3G CDMA chipset solutions," said Luis Pineda, vice president of product management for QUALCOMM CDMA Technologies.
Dray has built two screws with removable dams: one of 55-mm diam.
This cart has three full- size and three utility drawers with removable white mats to contain spills.
Tests at the University of Missouri in Columbia now indicate that the surface of a newly cleaned cask typically carries 100 times more chemically bound ("fixed") contamination than removable contamination.
a company recognised worldwide for its highly advanced and innovative data erasure solutions has just released Blancco - Digital Media Shredder, a sophisticated software designed to securely destroy data on removable storage media.
One of the more frequent questions that organizations have about their removable media is how long will it last, or what is its lifetime?
ProStor Systems, a leading developer of removable disk storage solutions, today announced the appointment of storage systems and software industry veteran Robert Williamsen as its vice president of marketing.
The "hole in the hierarchy," also referred to as the "access gap," is defined as the requirement for high capacity, random access, and removable storage as a result of the need for infrequent access.
The growing security risks inherent with mobile data, combined with the proliferation of USB-based removable storage devices, has heightened the need for data security.