record block

record block

[′rek·ərd ‚bläk]
(computer science)
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One hopes it will lay real foundations for a 21st century knowledge economy for our nation; it cannot, however, serve as a fig leaf for a wasted devolution decade of record block grant and EU structural funding.
"Despite record block grant settlements from the Treasury and huge EU restructuring funding, the prosperity gap betweenWales and the rest of the UK has got worse over this first 21st century devolution decade.
The degree of performance degradation depends on the update rate, record block sizes, and distance between the primary and the secondary sites (assuming that there are no resource or other bottlenecks).
"Despite record block grant settlements from the Treasury and huge EU restructuring funding, the prosperity gap betweenWales and the rest of theUKhas got worse over this first 21st-century devolution decade: we, theWelsh nation, find ourselves continually languishing at the bottom of the UK economic prosperity league tables.
Onboard cameras will also record blocked streets or fly-tipping, with details relayed to the council's call centre.