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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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Following guidance from EDANA and INDA in 2017, Waitrose & Partners became one of the first UK retailers to implement new front of pack labelling to ensure all wipes that are not designed to be flushed are clearly labelled with Do not flush.
Flush, as Flint claims, is "simultaneously entertaining and serious" (xv).
difficile and flushed 24 times at either the higher or lower flush volume.
In the fifth flush showed that treatment 4 (9x12) has the highest number of pileus with a mean of 18.1, followed by treatment 3 (8x12) with 14.76, treatment 1 (6x12) with 11.83, and treatment 2 (7x12) has the lowest number of pileus with a mean of 11.23.
In laboratory research, the values of electric power used in drycut mode of the Flush knife BT-S and BT were 282 mA, 40 W, 960 V, and 283 mA, 40 W, 965 V (not significant) (Table 1).
Hall has spent years inoculating citrus trees with HLB to evaluate resistance, and those efforts led him to wonder about the effects of flush on HLB infection rates.
The treatment works by blocking a brain signal that triggers the flushes.
Heparin is the standard flush recommended in various CVC maintenance guidelines.
Geberit's Sigma50 flush plate has been modernised and refreshed.
They will have live birds for you to use to train your dog to flush on command.
This button operated system saves water by empowering residents to flush responsibly.
A water-conservation law that went into effect in 1992 requires that all new toilets sold in this country use only 1.6 gallons of water or less per flush. unfortunately, many of the older, less-expensive models of water-saving toilets do a sometimes-poor job of flushing solid waste.