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A property location.Typically refers to one planned for development,but does not necessarily have such a restrictive meaning.

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The benefit of synchronous mirroring is that in the case of a disaster at the primary site, the remote site can be brought online and processing can continue from the exact point in time that the primary site died.
The primary aims of this study were (1) to determine the impact that radiation therapy to the primary site and regional lymph nodes had on local, regional, and distant control in patients with MCC of the head and neck and (2) to further elucidate the role of radiation therapy in the setting of a clinically uninvolved neck.
Council cabinet agreement is being sought on Monday on a full business case to create a new two-storey school building on the existing Coppice Primary site in Trinity Road, Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield.
Local mirroring provides the first level of data protection with a mirror disk attached to the host machine or an appliance located at the primary site. In the event of data loss on the primary disk, the data is retrieved seamlessly from the mirror disk.
The mucosal epithelium of the nasopharynx is the primary site of pneumococcal colonization.
The Remote Data Center will also act as the primary site for operation of the GLOBEX electronic trading platform.
has been serving the floral needs of major hotels and country clubs in Westchester for 15 years from its primary site on Scarsdale Avenue in Scarsdale, NY.
The striatum appears to be the primary site of disease in the brains of Huntington's victims.
The threat of totally losing a site, power or communications infrastructure might require physical copies of data stored away from the primary site for disaster recovery purposes, which will drive up costs of disk-based backup.
Esophageal acanthosis nigricans in association with adenocarcinoma from an unknown primary site. J Am Acad Dermatol 1992;26(Pt 2):348-51.
In this example, the remote mirror is now "out of synch" with the source data, and if the primary site experiences a failure or other disruption, the remote database would be corrupted and not suitable for use.

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