transient area


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transient area

An area in memory used to hold application programs for processing. The bulk of a computer's main memory is used as a transient area.
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But now, after two stages of rehabilitation, NAIA 1's transient area, which houses its Dayrooms have drawn the approval of both local and international passengers that the airport has now been stricken off the list of world's worst airports by the travel website 'Sleeping in Airports'.
People are choosing to live in the Jewellery Quarter - it's not a completely transient area like the city centre - and I want the Church to become part of people's daily lives.
In terms of renting, it's not a transient area, but more of an owner-occupied one with settled residents.
It becomes a transient area when we want it to become a living, breathing community."
Although at first glance a seemingly transient area, there is a beating heart to the community of Roath.
Rather than a simply functional transient area the stairs can become a kind of vertically staggered room, shelves for living.
Being a high transient area of Liverpool, with a large number of students, it is a constant battle to educate new neighbours that we are not a 24/7 collection zone when few landlords inform them of collection days, hence a very high propensity of fly-tipping.

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