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Buffer

In computer science, a temporary storage for data before it can be processed. For example, a word processor may put data in a buffer before sending it to a printer, because a computer operates faster than a printer.
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BLOWING THE WHISTLE Ref Stephen Brown sends Buffs boss Strain off
In the trailing 12 months, Buff Dubs generated AUD 4.
When talking about recruitment in Liverpool, director of Butlers in the Buff, Will Jones said: "Often men are interested but a bit nervous to apply or don't think they are 'buff' enough.
Art Buff quickly became very popular locally, attracting a great many visitors but also some unwanted attention, being vandalised twice in a matter of weeks.
Sure, Waze is a great app that your car buff can use on a daily basis.
According to the mod uploader, a conflict can arise since the custom content overrides both Data and XML files for all buffs it modifies.
I checked that the buff was dead and then followed Roberto's tracks in the soft sand; they lead straight back to the car.
After the event, all the scores were added up, with Buff and the team coming fourth overall in the championship, which was still highly impressive.
We arrived in Bath on the Friday and went for drinks, then went to Bath Spa on Saturday, did this with the Butler in the Buff, then went out again.
Williams is the longtime secretary and former president of the International Fire Buff Associates, Inc.
The buff colour seems to have vanished, there is some welcome contrasting black text, although there is rather too much difficult-to-read green grey.
Quartz, however, is too soft to buff corundum into a shine.