• store data on disk
  • データをディスクに保存する
  • 2Uniform disk measurement, unless otherwise noted.
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  • A hidden Hierarchical File System (HFS) disk volume contained in the read-only memory (ROM) included System 6.0.3.
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  • Above the door on each side, there are ten disks upon which Bartholdi proposed to place the coats of arms of the states (between 1876 and 1889, there were 40 U.S. states), although this was not done.
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  • American chart success began after Epstein arranged for a $40,000 US marketing campaign and secured the support of disk jockey Carrol James, who first played the band's records in mid-December 1963, initiating their music's spread across US radio.
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  • An expansion disk for the 64DD was planned which would expand the game and allow other features which were cut because of time constraints and Cartridge Limits, but due to the failure of the 64DD, Ura Zelda was never released.
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  • An off-centred disk version of the swastika flag was used as the civil ensign on German-registered civilian ships and was used as the jack on Kriegsmarine (the name of the German Navy, 1933–45) warships.
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  • At least half the young stars in the Orion Nebula appear to be surrounded by disks of gas and dust, thought to contain many times as much matter as would be needed to create a planetary system like the Solar System.
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  • Both ear openings are hidden under the facial disk feathers, which are structurally specialized to be transparent to sound, and are supported by a movable fold of skin (the pre-aural flap).
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  • Consequently, when a file is copied from the hard disk onto separate media, its time will be set to the current local time.
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  • During the Solar System's formation, Mars was created as the result of a stochastic process of run-away accretion out of the protoplanetary disk that orbited the Sun.
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  • Gladman et al. suggest the term scattering disk object to emphasize this present mobility.
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  • However, a significant proportion of the stellar wind emitted by the star is being drawn onto the compact object's accretion disk after passing beyond this lobe.
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  • Humanity's most fundamental understanding of the Sun is as the luminous disk in the sky, whose presence above the horizon creates day and whose absence causes night.
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  • In 1907 Spanish astronomer Josep Comas Solá suggested that he had observed darkening near the edges of Titan's disk and two round, white patches in its center.
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  • In Homer, the Earth was viewed as a flat disk afloat on the river of Oceanus and overlooked by a hemispherical sky with sun, moon, and stars.
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  • In larger amateur telescopes with an objective diameter of between 15 and 23 cm, the planet appears as a pale cyan disk with distinct limb darkening.
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  • In reality, ordinary stars lie within the galaxy's disk and are thus often obscured by gas and dust, whereas globular clusters lie outside the disk and can be seen at much further distances.
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  • In the partial eclipse path one will not be able to see the corona or nearly complete darkening of the sky, however, depending on how much of the Sun's disk is obscured, some darkening may be noticeable.
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  • In the seven known thoracic (chest) vertebrae, the articulations with the intervertebral disks are bean-shaped and much wider from side to side than from top to bottom.
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  • It is an extremely wide but very diffuse disk of microscopic icy or dusty material, beginning at the orbit of Mimas and ending somewhere around the orbit of Rhea, though some observations suggest that it extends beyond the orbit of Titan, making it 1,000,000 km wide.
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  • Like all major moons of Uranus, Titania probably formed from an accretion disk which surrounded the planet just after its formation.
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  • Like the star Vega, it has excess infrared radiation, which indicates it may be ringed by a disk of dust.
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  • Lomonosov attributed that effect to refraction of solar rays through an atmosphere; he also reported the appearance of a sliver around the part of Venus that had just entered the Sun's disk during the initial phase of transit.
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  • Models show that temperature variations in the disk governed this rate of migration, but the net trend was for the inner planets to migrate inward as the disk dissipated, leaving the planets in their current orbits.
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  • Neutrinos are particles that are produced in great quantities by a supernova explosion, and they are not significantly absorbed by the interstellar gas and dust of the galactic disk.
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  • Participation in Rosetta@home requires a central processing unit (CPU) with a clock speed of at least 500 MHz, 200 megabytes of free disk space, 512 megabytes of physical memory, and Internet connectivity.
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  • Players may save their game to a hard disk drive using save stations, where the player can also purchase items from retail networks or upgrade their weapons.
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  • Spiral galaxies consist of a rotating disk of stars and interstellar medium, along with a central bulge of generally older stars.
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  • That is, the brightness decreases towards the edge of the stellar disk.
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