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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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Entertainment on the day included the Bare Bones Morris Dancers, disc jockey Roy Brown, touch rugger from Loughborough Rugby Club Colts and rock band Andromeda.
At first, he said he did not know that one could earn a living through becoming a disc jockey, a job that currently earns him P2 500 per event.
"Whether he was a disc jockey, a production staff or a news gatherer of any media entity, he was still considered member of the Fourth Estate," he said.
ONE of Huddersfield's first mobile disc jockeys, Malcolm Schofield, has died.
Another disc jockey at Flava 105.5 radio is Jack Frost, a full-time disc jockey.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a club disc jockey and fundraiser found dead in bed.
While he was there he heard a friend talking about this Negro disc jockey in St.
1943: Tony Blackburn, 62, radio disc jockey. 1966: Romario, 39, Brazilian footballer.
From their lively anecdotes, the Theresa is once more vibrant with gossip and chatter; you can hear the music stealing down the stairwells from the second floor where disc jockey Hal Jackson was at the turntable; you can feel the excitement of the lobby and the temptation to peep through the Venetian blinds and watch your favorite star.
Dig those psychedelic scenes and the disc jockey's long hair...
DISC jockey John Peel blew a fuse when a power cut put him off the air for 18 hours.
The designer of the space will even create a landing for a disc jockey who--according to Ochs--will play music after 11 p.m.