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off-line

(of COMPUTER equipment) currently not under the control of the central processing unit (CPU).
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Scenarist Off-Line has been designed specifically to meet the needs of these users and, at $1,495, is the lowest priced "professional quality" DVD authoring tool in the market.
Electronic records that have been set aside for long-term storage are no longer required for operational purposes so they fall into the off-line storage environment.
An equally important advantage is that the loading and unloading of parts, blowing off chips, and cleaning fixtures can also take place on the off-line pallet.
Off-line readers retrieve and filter preselected, customized information without the user having to muddle through the Internet's World Wide Web to find it.
Few studies are cited on the effects of off-line team membership, and Batt and Appelbaum speculate that it may increase commitment, but have less effect on job satisfaction.
Some inhabitants, however, argue vehemently for the continuity of structures defined in the off-line world, particularly ciphers of gender.
supply of off-line licenses for the evaluation of data from liquid chromatograph obtained for the needs of the Faculty of Technology at Tomas Bata University in Zln in the scope and in accordance with the terms and conditions.
For the last 10 years the company has provided off-line programming systems and fully automated solutions for industrial robots, and is currently experiencing an increasingly high interest from the automotive industry worldwide.
The country's seven oldest reactors taken off the grid pending safety inspections following the catastrophe at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in March will remain off-line permanently, Norbert Roettgen added.
Throughout March - before the seven reactors were taken off-line - just under a quarter of Germany's electricity was produced by nuclear power, about the same share as in the US.
HPCC will appear in off-line paintable parts in 2007 and in on-line paintable applications in 2008, according to Derek Buckmaster, GE's global marketing director for body panels and glazing.
The company offers a lower-cost addition to its off-line extrusion Profilometer product family, the Profilometer SL.