seek area

seek area

[′sēk ‚er·ē·ə]
(computer science)
An area of a direct-access storage device, such as a magnetic disk file, assigned to hold records to which rapid access is needed, and located so that the physical characteristics of the device permit such access. Also known as cylinder.
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The Trump document says: "The United States will seek areas of cooperation with competitors from a position of strength, foremost by ensuring our military power is second to none.
The Net Metering Working Group will continue to seek areas of agreement, but I anticipate that there will be two competing recommendations," PSC Executive Director John P.
telephone call to press that the two countries would seek areas of synergy
Central to Trump's approach is that the US will seek areas of agreement and cooperation while still protecting American interests.
Leaders should seek areas of process improvement by identifying deficiencies, implementing efficiencies, and continually assessing their processes as missions, situations, and environments change.
Both institutions wish to seek areas of common intellectual interest and potential collaboration, with the detailed terms and conditions in pursuing the activities related to this being separately determined and agreed upon by the two parties.
Commenting on these visits, Al Baqali, said: "Alba is keen to network with its local customers and service providers on a periodic basis to seek areas of mutual cooperation.
Fans seek areas with high concentration and snare the characters on their touch screen.
Alba is keen to network with its local customers and service providers on periodic basis to seek areas of mutual cooperation.
Discussions focused on legal framework and seek areas of mutual cooperation.
Look for these schooling fish to seek areas with crabs and baitfish.
Respondents are asked to work with the leaders of other training programs to seek areas of integration and collaboration.