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see wavewave,
in oceanography, an oscillating movement up and down, of a body of water caused by the frictional drag of the wind, or on a larger scale, by submarine earthquakes, volcanoes, and landslides.
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(computer science)
To locate and load into main memory a requested load module, relocating it as necessary and leaving it in a ready-to-execute condition.
The distance traversed by waves without obstruction.
An area of the sea surface over which seas are generated by a wind having a constant speed and direction.
The length of the fetch area, measured in the direction of the wind in which the seas are generated. Also known as generating area.
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a Doppelganger. [Irish Folklore: Leach, 376]
See: Doubles
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1. Engineering the reach, stretch, etc., of a mechanism
2. Geography the distance in the direction of the prevailing wind that air or water can travel continuously without obstruction
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A Macintosh program by Jim Matthews <Fetch@Dartmouth.edu> for transferring files using File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Fetch requires a Mac 512KE, System 4.1, and either KSP 1.03 or MacTCP.

Latest version: 2.1.2.

Fetch is Copyright 1992, Trustees of Dartmouth College.

ftp://ftp.Dartmouth.edu/pub/mac/Fetch_2.1.2.sit.hqx. ftp://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/computing/systems/mac/info-mac/comm/tcp.
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To locate the next instruction in memory (RAM) for execution by the CPU. See instruction cycle.
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20 November 2017 - Washington, US-based storage and storage technology company Livible has acquired Massachusetts, US-based full-service storage company Fetch Storage, the company said.
In the present, Fetch is in the custody of Brooke Augustine the Department of Unified Protection (D.U.P.), which more or less exists to control "conduits" - humans who possess superpowers.
The Freight mobile base and the Fetch advanced mobile manipulator, these robots work autonomously alongside workers, performing repetitive tasks such as warehouse delivery, pick and pack, and more.