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virtual copy

A temporary view of data on screen. Like everything in memory (RAM), the virtual copy vanishes when the application is closed. The term implies that the data cannot be saved and end up as a duplicate file. See copy data management.
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Utility storage provider 3PAR has announced its latest solution for data recovery, 3PAR Virtual Copy DBA for Linux.
The third unit is to be a virtual copy of the second one, which used technology from Shell International Chemical Co.
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You will know the virtual copy by the folded lower left corner of its thumbnail.
SG : It may take a generation to change everyone's reading habits from hard copy print to virtual copy readership.
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London, Feb 26 (ANI): Expert divers have teamed up with top scientists in France to create a complete virtual copy of unique cave paintings threatened by rising Mediterranean waters.
There was a virtual copy of Leeds United's home kit (1958-60) and a Spurs style all-white number in (1962-63).
I'm kidding it just seems like my virtual copy doesn't play as well as the Henry character, although in real-life football, especially this season, I'm better than him.
They will be working alongside Scott McKendrick of the British Library, as well as colleagues from three other libraries, to produce a virtual copy of the Codex Sinaiticus, one of the two most ancient copies of the Bible in Greek.

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