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(computer science)
An instruction which performs the logical operation “or” on a bit-by-bit basis for its two or more operand words, usually storing the result in one of the operand locations. Also known as OR function.
(mathematics)
A logical operation whose result is false (or zero) only if every one of its operands is false, and true (or one) otherwise. Also known as inclusive or.
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Area (sq mi):: 98380.64 (land 95996.79; water 2383.85) Population per square mile: 37.90
Population 2005: 3,641,056 State rank: 0 Population change: 2000-20005 6.40%; 1990-2000 20.40% Population 2000: 3,421,399 (White 83.50%; Black or African American 1.60%; Hispanic or Latino 8.00%; Asian 3.00%; Other 8.80%). Foreign born: 8.50%. Median age: 36.30
Income 2000: per capita $20,940; median household $40,916; Population below poverty level: 11.60% Personal per capita income (2000-2003): $28,097-$28,734
Unemployment (2004): 7.30% Unemployment change (from 2000): 2.20% Median travel time to work: 22.20 minutes Working outside county of residence: 22.50%

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    The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

    Or’

     

    a river in Aktiubinsk Oblast, Kazakh SSR, and in Orenburg Oblast, RSFSR. A left tributary of the Ural River, the Or’ is 332 km long and drains an area of 18,600 sq km. It is formed by the confluence of the Shiili and Terisbutak rivers, which rise on the western slopes of the Mugodzhar Mountains. The river is fed primarily by snow. The mean flow rate 61 km from the mouth is 21.3 cu m per sec. High water lasts from April to mid-May; during the rest of the year the river is extremely shallow. It freezes during the second half of October or in November and thaws at the end of March or in April. The waters of the Or’ are used for basin irrigation and for water supply. The city of Orsk is located at the point where the Or’ empties into the Ural River.

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    OR

    Abbr. for “outside radius.”
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    OR

    (logic)
    The Boolean function which is true if any of its arguments are true. Its truth table is:

    A | B | A OR B --+---+--------- F | F | F F | T | T T | F | T T | T | T
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    OR

    A Boolean logic operation that is true if any of the inputs is true. An exclusive OR (XOR) is true if only one of the inputs is true, but not both. See AND-OR-NOT.


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    Fetal malformations were more common in both disorders (ORs, 2.2 and 3.5).
    Small and Ors. paper considers the effect of such property market movements and their impacts on the wider regional economy and community as value rises and, almost invariably in regional areas, falls.
    In 2015, BLS completed data collection, estimation, and validation for preproduction testing of the ORS. Unlike previous tests, the preproduction test served as a "dress rehearsal," with the sample design, collection procedures, data capture systems, and review structured to resemble as closely as possible those same aspects under production conditions.
    It also promoted active participation of mothers in diarrheal treatment, particularly administration of oral rehydration salts (ORS) so that they are equipped with the confidence to treat it themselves.
    He also expressed his gratitude to the local donors mainly, Bashir Dawood and his family for their generous donation that made the project possible and said the ORs are part of the Aga Khan Universitys campaign to raise funds from the corporate sector in the country so as to improve access to quality health care.
    More than 200 nurses have completed the "new-to-OR" course over the last 10 years, with more than 120 nurses continuing to work in Auckland DHB ORs. Of those who have left the DHB, around 50 have remained in perioperative practice, both nationally and internationally.
    "Project ChildSafe and ORS initiative messaging will be integrated into our programs as a way to further reinforce the importance of firearm safety."