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Here's a little snapshot of why our tourists don't really take to Scotland too much.
The transfer of snapshot copies to a remote location can be scheduled and prioritized to optimize available network bandwidth.
British prime minister Tony Blair's July 30 press briefing, the last before his holiday, provided a snapshot of contemporary politics.
Additionally, they treat such information as a snapshot of material to be worked on, not as decisive.
So we would have to choose some essentially arbitrary cut-off point at which we would freeze the data, to provide a snapshot for our analysis.
What they gave us is their snapshot look at contemporary surfing, for good or ill.
The only danger that they present to security is the occasional tourist snapshot inside a heavily surveillanced area.
So consider this, like all other midseason lists, a snapshot of a rapidly moving picture.
To give you an idea of how a real, live unconference functions, here is a snapshot of the recent June 2006 BarCamp Boston.
The formal Victorian portrait gave way to the informal snapshot, and now to the intimacy of the phonecam and picture message.
This gave the regulators a snapshot of how widespread exam fraud is nationwide.
The wildlife watch event provides the group with a snapshot overview of cetacean activity around the Irish coast on a single day.
A stroboscopic snapshot of the tube location is given in Fig.3, where the tube displacements in the x, y plane are clearly evident.
It is a snapshot, a straw in the wind and should only be regarded as an unscientific measure.
In our calculations, however, the single x-ray snapshot was replaced by a variety of sterically consistent conformers that likely interconvert.
No, awful as that picture is, it is just a snapshot of a moment in the near future.
The design was very nice, with diagonal lines forming a grid, each square filled with a snapshot of the movie in rich, warm tones.
Used as a family snapshot camera it's on a par with early colour compacts, using cheap colour film and cheap laboratory processing.
But these scenes, despite their snapshot appearance and quotidian subject matter, are scarcely authentic.
As the data is in a read-only format, the backup of a snapshot to tape is extremely simple.
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Yes, she'd keep the snapshot of Stella, and remember what I said about the brother in Altoona.
And do you know, it takes a snapshot in a room even just as well as in the open air.
She also took a halftone snapshot of you out at the Coldtown dam, cut from a newspaper, published the Sunday after your accident.
His brain registered these vague figures with the instantaneity of a snapshot camera at full noon.
The old snapshot of the year before, which jasper had taken?
The data released Wednesday marked the first government-provided snapshot of the uninsured rate since the rollout of Healthcare.
I saw only a snapshot of her, which showed her to be beautiful.
This new infographic provides a statistical snapshot of our foreign-born population from the American Community Survey and the decennial censuses.
On snapshot day, one-fifth or 93 of all shelters referred 221 women and 112 children elsewhere because the shelter was full, a decline from previous years.
And this year Jason Pierce, of Spiritualised, has joined the crew to host a selection of individual events, providing a snapshot of his personal musical evolution.
Prior to establishing Revivio, Rowan was a founder and CTO of StorageCom, a software company developing replication, journaling, and snapshot functionality for the enterprise.
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