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disc

[disk]
(astronomy)

DISC

[disk]
(engineering)

disc

disc
disc
i. The imaginary surface swept by the rotor blades during their rotation.
ii. That portion of the compressor or the turbine to which blades are attached.

disc

(storage, spelling)
British spelling of "disk", normally only used for "compact disc".

disc

An alternate spelling for disk with a "k." Some computer manufacturers use this spelling for magnetic disks, but "disc" usually refers to optical media, such as CDs and DVDs.

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Disc ("c") refers to pure optical media, and disk ("k") refers to magnetic hard disks and floppy disks as well as to disks that use a combination of magnetic and optical technologies (see magneto-optic disk).
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Music makes an event memorable, and my goal is to make sure people remember the event well after it is finished," said Disc Jockeys On Call founder and President Aaron Couch.
When not at work, Littlejohn maintains an active lifestyle, is an amateur disc jockey, and enjoys coaching youth sports.
The merriment included a performing circus elephant, a man in his 70s who juggled with his feet, and a disc jockey spinning hip-hop and trance music from a turntable.
He created a successful morning show comedy team with a fellow disc jockey and parlayed that into an eventual nightclub act.
STEVENSON RANCH - Day 31 of the vigil to save a 400-year-old oak tree turned into a circus Monday, as squealing fans of a popular disc jockey joined several dozen protesters ready for a showdown that did not come.
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VALENCIA - Saturday nights are about to get a jolt of rhythm for the junior high crowd, complete with a dance club, live disc jockey and a rocking sound and light system.
The free event will include hot dogs, beverages, snow cones, a bounce tent, a live band, a disc jockey, and birthday cake.
BURBANK - Citing a risk of flight, authorities on Thursday raised bail for a Spanish-language disc jockey suspected of child molestation and rape from $425,000 to $1.
The disc jockeys on KDND-FM's Morning Rave programme called the contest "Hold your Wee for a Wii".