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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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And on a Friday night at the Meow Meow, an all-ages club in southeast Portland, the girls of the Slurps are preparing for their debut.
A few minutes later, the Slurps are assembled near the stage.
We slurp, spit and pronounce, with confidence, with solemn demeanor.
It begins with a rumble from deep within and erupts into a cacophony of slurps, gurgles and snorts.
After a suitable short interval for coiling, the upper reaches for his tasting spoon (similar to a cream-soup spoon but with a deeper bowl, and a more pronounced bend to the handle) and sharply slurps the slurry.
It comes complete with a silicone lid and slurp hole.
It comes complete with a silicone lid and slurp hole, and is the only commuter cup you'll ever need.