minicomputer

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minicomputer

a medium-scale COMPUTER with sizeable data storage facilities which is often accessible simultaneously from several terminals.

As MICROCOMPUTERS and minicomputers have become more powerful in terms of data-processing speed and data-storage capacity, the distinction between them and MAINFRAME computers has become blurred.

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Countless celebrities succumbed to the charm of the classic Mini, which was first presented to the public 60 years ago.
to celebrate the brand's 60th anniversary, MINI has been on the hunt for 60 owners of 60 cars, one from each year of production -- with 60 personal stories from across the decades.
The iPad Mini 5 also has stronger hardware for processing and machine learning which allow the newer device to process apps faster.
Dinsow Mini 2 also encourages the elderly to do brain exercise.
First, choose which model from the MINI range you want.
A modified design for the characteristic circular headlights make the hallmark front view of the new MINI 3 door, the new MINI 5 door and the new MINI Convertible even more powerfully expressive.
A one day workshop was conducted to train the faculty about the Mini CEX and how to give formative feedback.
Donn Muirhead, managing director of Mohamed Yousuf Naghi Motors -- BMW Group, said: "We know there are a lot of MINI enthusiasts across the Kingdom looking to purchase a new MINI model, which is why we are pleased to provide customers with this special offer during the holy month of Ramadan."
A MINI Yours Union Jack woven fabric roof and 18-inch MINI alloy wheels in two-tone are also standard.
The penalty were imposed a total 2500 mini coaches in district South, 1500 in East, 13000 in Central, 7000 in West and 4500 in district Korangi for violation of route permit.
Six types of mini implants from six major companies were included in the study.