unitor

unitor

[′yü·nə·tər]
(computer science)
In computers, a device or circuit which performs a function corresponding to the Boolean operation of union.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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It's disappointing that this estimable author has not understood me." Quoted by Corsetti in his introduction to Riflessioni sulla teoria e la pratica dell'educazione, contra i principi del signor Rousseau, introduzione, traduzione e note by Carlo Corsetti (Rome: Unitor, 1990), 19.
THE Birkenhead &Wirral AFL roll of honour for season 2009/2010 reads: Division One Champions, Woodchurch; runners up, Birkenhead FC; with top-spot in the Second going to treble winning Unitor FC.
Top of the table Unitor Assistance had Don Parr in charge as manager Paul Doughty was sailing round the Canaries, waiting for that call to see if they had been crowned champions, as they needed a win against Bronze Social.
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UNITOR knocked out first division opponents FC Village in their Regent Cup quarter-final, 5-3 after extra time.
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MIDWEEK action in the Birkenhead and Wirral Amateur Football League saw Unitor crowned champions of Division Two after picking up two points against Ridgewood Rangers in a 10-1 win.
Division Two: Bronze Social 4 Gaggs Hill 6; Greenbank Villa 0 Wirral Wanderers 6; Kings Athletic 4 Parkview Social 7; Towers FC 4 Neston Legion 2; Unitor 3 Bebington R'rs 1; Wirral Hundred 3 Central Park 1.