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magnum

a wine bottle holding the equivalent of two normal bottles (approximately 52 fluid ounces)

magnum

[′mag·nəm]
(anatomy)
Large, as in foramen magnum.

MAGNUM

A database language for DEC-10's, used internally by Tymshare, Inc.. MAGNUM was designed in the late 1970's by Dale Jordan, Rich Strauss and Dave McQuoid originally, and was written in BLISS-10. It was the world's first commercial relational database. It was in the process of being written in 1976.
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