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gulp

[gəlp]
(computer science)
A series of bytes considered as a unit.
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gulp

An unspecified number of bytes.
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Kaimur (Bihar) [India], Oct 2 ( ANI ): Authorities in Bihar's Kaimur district have blamed rats for gulping down seized liquor.
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From the way the poor famished child was gulping down the delicious fat chicken pieces and draining the beverage, the nun knew that it was the very first time that she had eaten these ordinary middle-class delicacies.
Spring Again: Spring again//that old chicanery/of sun-finished flowers//The meadows/are tricked out/in sudden green,//the rivers gulping,/tearing to the sea//We are so eager to believe/the sleight-of-hand/the magic cotton-tailed trees//Smoke-white blossoms/cloud the air yet/beneath//our feet the earth maintains her old sure suck.
Nevertheless, during a busy season many dancers fall into the habit of gulping one down as breakfast, lunch, and sometimes even dinner.
Keeping your M88A1 gulping clean, fresh air is a tough job in the desert.
In the 2002 Boston Marathon, a 28 year-old died from gulping too many sports drinks on the five-hour run.
My heart's in Liverpool my heart is not here My heart's in Liverpool down the Grapes gulping beer Down the Grapes gulping beer and eating some chips And on top of that a couple of packets of crisps