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scuzzy

[′skəz·ē]
(computer science)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

scuzzy

The usual pronunciation of SCSI.
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scuzzy

Slang for the SCSI interface. See SCSI.
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SCSI Devices (pronounced "scuzzy"): SCSI (small computer system interface) is a hardware device that enables between seven and 15 peripherals (printers, scanners, CD-ROM drives, etc.) to be connected using a single expansion board or parallel port in the computer.
For instance, a neophyte might be told to get a "SCSI" cable, and he or she will find it in The Encyclopedia just the way it's usually pronounced: "scuzzy." An illustration, chart, or photo is provided wherever clarification is necessary.
Finally, in frustration, the accountant calls in an independent computer consultant who takes one look at the setup and says, "You need a SCSI (pronounced scuzzy) board." (SCSI is an acronym for small computer system interface.
Louise Erdrich portrays a similar bunch of scuzzy lumpen types in Love Medicine and, through compassion and humor, transforms them into characters we care about.
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Comprising Dominic McGuinness on lead vocals and guitar, fellow guitarist Dom John, bassist Ady Acolatse and drummer Brendan Heaney, the Bohicas' brand of scuzzy rock 'n' roll brings to mind a hybrid of early Oasis and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club at their best.
The likes of Ryderz and Warriors are scuzzy, uplifting electronic soul; think Massive Attack's Blue Lines as produced by Aphex Twin and you're getting there.
Rather than batter us with more scuzzy rock, Dan and Patrick have given us a curveball.
Likely to repel even some of the hard-R action crowd with its intentionally scuzzy milieu and lack of a rooting interest, this $35 million Open Road release will be hard-pressed to top sleeper hit "End of Watch's" $41 million domestic haul.
Wolf's Law shifts effortlessly between the chugging, scuzzy riffs heard on singles This Ladder Is Ours and Cholla and the poignant, string-laden beauty of The Turnaround and the title track.
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