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  • 61 COPY — Copytele, Inc. (Business » NASDAQ Symbols) * Community Opportunities And Programs For Youth (Community) …

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  • 62 copy — cop·y || kÉ’pɪ n. photostat; duplicate v. duplicate; imitate …

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  • 63 copy v — copulate v …

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  • 64 COPY — abbr. COPYTELE INC NASDAQ …

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  • 65 Copy — RadioPP Advertising message; continuity, commercial script …

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  • 66 copy — WikiB Written material to be read by a DJ or presenter …

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  • 67 copy —  Words in an advertisement …

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  • 68 copy —   Ho ohālike; kope, kopena, mea like, kākau kope, lua, ponokope; ho opa i ā pa i, ho oniau …

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  • 69 copy — / kɒpɪ/ verb to make a second document which is like the first ● He copied the company report and took it home. (NOTE: copies copying copied) …

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  • 70 copy —    For copyright purposes, the physical form in which an expression or statement is reproduced and retained over time. Copies include photocopies, computer disks and tape recordings. The exclusive right to make copies of an original work of… …

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  • 71 Copy protection — Copy protection, also known as content protection, copy obstruction, copy prevention and copy restriction, refer to techniques used for preventing the reproduction of software, films, music, and other media, usually for copyright reasons.[1]… …

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  • 72 Copy Control — logo Copy Control was the generic name of a copy prevention system, used from 2001 until 2006 on several digital audio disc releases by EMI Group and Sony BMG Music Entertainment in several regions (Europe, Canada, United States, and Australia).… …

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  • 73 Copy number variation — is a form of structural variation in the genome and refers to differences in the number of copies of a particular region in the genome. Humans (being diploid) ordinarily have two copies of each autosomal region, one per chromosome. This may vary… …

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  • 74 Copy Control Information — (or CCI) is a two byte flag included in digital television streams that allows content owners to specify how content can be duplicated. Originally defined as part of the 5C copy protection specification devised by DTCP working group back in 1998 …

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  • 75 Copy (musician) — Copy Name Marius Libman City Portland, Oregon Record Label Audio Dregs Releases Mobius Beard (2006) Hair Guitar (2007) Hard Dream (2010) …

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  • 76 Copy-on-write — (sometimes referred to as COW ) is an optimization strategy used in computer programming. The fundamental idea is that if multiple callers ask for resources which are initially indistinguishable, they can all be given pointers to the same… …

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  • 77 Copy and paste programming — is a pejorative term to describe highly repetitive computer programming code apparently produced by copy and paste operations. It is frequently symptomatic of a lack of programming competence, or an insufficiently expressive development… …

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  • 78 Copy-on-write — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda En Informática, Copy on write (copiar al escribir, a veces abreviado como COW ) es una política de optimización utilizada en programación. Si múltiples procesos piden recursos que inicialmente son indistinguibles… …

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  • 79 Copy number analysis — usually refers to the process of analyzing data produced by a test for DNA copy number variation in patient s sample. Such analysis helps detect chromosomal copy number variation that may cause or may increase risks of various critical… …

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  • 80 copy test — copy testing ˈcopy ˌtesting noun [uncountable] MARKETING the activity of showing an advertisement to a small group of people in order to find out if it works, before it is used on television, in a newspaper etc : • Copy testing is one of the… …

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