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off-line

(of COMPUTER equipment) currently not under the control of the central processing unit (CPU).
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Using propinquital loops to blend social media and offline spaces: a case study of the ALS Ice-Bucket Challenge.
Shopping behaviours are changing, making it vital that loyalty programmes today integrate seamlessly between the online and offline worlds.
Consistent with its category, JetBlue tops the chart with a stronger offline score.
The new offline feature for the Youtube app lets people make videos available for offline viewing using WiFi or their data plans.
The move to release a new version, which will give access to a majority of the features in the Makani app while offline, follows public demand, an official said on Monday.
Offline mode allows a user to save a document offline so you may continue to work on your files in the event there is not internet connection.
Its analysis applies propinquity, a component of Kent and Taylor's (2002) dialogic theory, to explore how the ALS Ice-Bucket Challenge leveraged a propinquital loop (and chain), to enable participants to move between social media and offline spaces, while creating relational elasticity between participant and cause.
Under the agreement, Global Vision will provide AVT with a new software engine for its offline inspection solutions, which are customized to suit the specific needs of the printing industry and its varying production workflow setups and printing applications.
boasts of having multiple subsidiary offline trade centers in China and aims to achieve the strategic goal of establishing thousands of outlets nationwide through dealership alliance by the end of 2015.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- In a recent report titled "Offline and falling behind: Barriers to Internet adoption," published by the McKinsey & Company consulting firm, an estimated 40 million people in Turkey do not have access to the Internet.
Whilst these shapely new designs add shelf appeal, they are causing headaches for the sleeve coding operation, according to Richard Pether, Director at offline coding and marking specialist Rotech.