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liveware

[′līv‚wer]
(computer science)
The people involved in the operation of a computer system, thought of as a component of the system along with hardware and software.

liveware

/li:v'weir/ 1. A less common synonym for wetware

2. (Cambridge) Vermin. "Waiter, there's some liveware in my salad."

liveware

Human beings. Also called "warmware" and "meatware." See wetware, grayware and wares.
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