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slurp

To read a large data file entirely into core before working on it. This may be contrasted with the strategy of reading a small piece at a time, processing it, and then reading the next piece. "This program slurps in a 1K-by-1K matrix and does an FFT." See also sponge.
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SLURP FACTOR: 2/5 Bourbon Creams (200g), 55p, Sainsbury's FIVE SECONDS: | Slam dunk, hit the bottom of the cup.
In this age of fairness, (in which we are likely to sink waist deep or worse), is it really fair to judge the effort of the men and women who spent the last year producing a crop, by hand, with one perfunctory slurp and spit?
Babs Honeybell told the TV show, Stars in Their Lives: "He would walk me to the top of the road and then slurp all over me.
Sharp Ideas, LLC, an information technology consultancy that specializes in testing and creating cost-effective IT security solutions, today announced the release of Slurp Audit -- a second generation proof-of-concept application designed to demonstrate how easy it is to steal corporate data with portable storage devices (such as iPods, PDAs and USB Sticks).
THE competition's fierce as these giant pandas rushed to slurp down a bowl of milk after a hard day's work.
Women are more likely than men to most want to escape people who eat with their mouths open (46 percent to 34 percent,) talk with their mouths full (43 percent to 32 percent) or slurp their drinks (27 percent to 19 percent.
Centennial Software, a leading developer of endpoint security and IT asset discovery solutions, today noted the release of Slurp Audit -- from IT consultancy Sharp Ideas -- and identified the application as a valuable network vulnerability assessment tool.
SHOCKED: Ben & Jenni; FIZZY; Jakki appears to slurp the champers through a straw; POSES; She rambles on.
In addition MDM recently introduced the Nokia-branded Games-to-Go card, a premiere compilation of six games featuring Geopod, Lemonade Tycoon, Slurp and Solitaire for the Symbian OS.
Other soup personalities included: "muggers," who prefer to drink their soup from a mug (14 percent); "bowl tippers," who lift their bowl to the lips and drink (12 percent); and "slurpers," who put their soup spoon to the lips and make an audible slurp (7 percent).
And so you can enjoy your cool drink right down to the very last slurp.