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stripe

[strīp]
(solid-state physics)

ribbon-stripe veneer, ribbon-grained veneer, stripe veneer

Wood veneer having alternate light and dark stripes running parallel to the grain. Also see interlocked grain.

stripe

stripe

A block of data that is written to a RAID 0 disk subsystem. See disk striping and RAID.
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While magnetic stripe technology is able to process and record transactions instantaneously, transactions with smart card technology occur offline during nightly batch processing, then link directly to a student's bank account.
Both shirts and shorts are made of the soft jersey fabric with a vertical shadow stripe produced by the alternating solid and woven mesh detailing.
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TIP: Stripe patterns can be mixed with gingham, larger checks and florals, as long as you ensure all patterns are within the same colour family.
Protection from flies may best explain the function of zebra stripes.
I love the brush stroke loose stripe mixed with the structure of a retro top-handle bag.
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Stripe paintings are something like guineas and crowns, coins once of genuine value now interesting mainly to specialists and students of the literature.
The use of striped-parity arrays such as RAID-5 with high-capacity drives and/or with large stripe widths (high drive numbers) presents issues with regard to providing continuous performance, both from an availability and performance standpoint.
Red Stripe is an irreverent and unpolished beer and deserves a campaign that both mirrors and takes pride in these undermarketed attributes," says GBIC's director of lagers Chris Parsons.