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populate

[′päp·yə‚lāt]
(computer science)
To add electronic components, such as memory chips, to a circuit board.

populate

To plug in chips or components into a printed circuit board. A fully populated board is one that contains all the devices it can hold.
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The sun arose while we proceeded, and, when we had once again reached that most thronged mart of the populous town, the street of the D Hotel, it presented an appearance of human bustle and activity scarcely inferior to what I had seen on the evening before.
The garret windows and tops of houses were so crowded with spectators, that I thought in all my travels I had not seen a more populous place.
The country is fruitful, pleasant, and populous; there are greater numbers of Moors in these parts than in any other province of Abyssinia, and the Abyssins of this country are not much better than the Moors.
Well, his little plantation has now grown to be a populous city; and the inhabitants have a great veneration for Roger Williams.
Otsego has now become one of the most populous districts of New York.
We had here around us all the ordinary means of summer amusement; and what with rambling in the woods, sketching, boating, fishing, bathing, music, and books, we should have passed the time pleasantly enough, but for the fearful intelligence which reached us every morning from the populous city.
Islamabad -- Pakistan has the 39th largest economy in the world according to World Bank, yet it is the 5th most populous country in the world according to United Nations Development Program, on its way to become the 4th most populous by 2030.
In a statement Monday, Nograles said that while Rizal is among the most populous provinces in the country, the province has 'only four legislators representing close to 2.9 million' residents.
First, he must inherit at least a sizeable chunk of the populous Mt Kenya region vote.
Populous, the firm which designed London's O2 Arena and the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas worked with the operator of both arenas, to create the concept design for the Middle East's new premier entertainment venue in Dubai.
But Senator Warren is using the catch phrase, "every vote must count" as a way to take advantage of the ignorance of her audience and how the Electoral College actually helps the people of Mississippi, a less populous state.