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snippet

A small amount of something. In the computer field, it often refers to a small piece of program code.
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Sullivan explained that showing more than one featured snippet may also eventually help in cases where you can get contradictory information when asking about the same thing but in different ways.
It is towards this end that we wrote custom snippet code to customize almost any section of the website.
The Snippet range of editing tools available within the Radio-Assist automation products is now available for iOS devices.
Therefore, dedicated mechanisms within the Snippet System allow for checking which excerpts of a document have also been included in other documents.
The video snippet shown to reporters was different than the simulated video included in some Nokia advertising.
Running across snippets of information that are quotable is a chore for me, and when I talk with others about how they do things, it is an imperfect world, or has been.
While typical search results provide links to websites deemed relevant to queries, Google now weaves in direct connections to spots on pages with snippets of information that might be of interest.
The fourth collection of poems by Jared Carter, Cross This Bridge At A Walk intersperses verse with the rare snippet of musical notation, allowing for a deeper combined experience for those skilled at reading music without disrupting the poetic flow for those who prefer to immerse themselves in words.
Google may respond that a snippet is different than a thumbnail and that no other market exists for the snippet.
Regarding the snippet in the August Signs of the Times ("Text change"), I have several concerns about the changes in the people's parts of the Mass that have been presented to us in the Diocese of Rockville Centre, Long Island, New York:
The fourth movement has an American folksong style, reminiscent of Aaron Copland and includes a snippet of "Shortnin' Bread.