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  • n. Plural form of binary.

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Examples

  • I guess human beings might upload themselves and start talking in binaries, but not everyone is going to do that.

    More Aesthetics

  • To see the world in these positive/negative, either/or binaries is to deliberately ignore – for example – 99% of what made you.

    On time, memory, and the summer of ’76 « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog

  • As Earthlings, we may be hardwired to think in binaries.

    In (partial) defense of binaries

  • If you DID read Chapter Eleven, then you know that I spent about 1,500 words discussing the issue of "binaries" in my novels, and in stories in general.

    Claudia Ricci: Coincidences and Clairvoyance: The Mysteries of This Book Continue Unexplained

  • Groups with "binaries" are the picture files, the ones containing the most shocking images.

    No Place For Kids?

  • Fetch the appropriate copy for your operating system from the "binaries" links at the

    freshnews.org - most clicked links

  • Now, you have to tell the kernel that there is a special kind of binaries he has to be aware of, and that there is a proper interpreter for them.

    OSNews

  • But I don't think anyone has created "binaries" here.

    Kafila

  • (NB That first piece also referred to applications as "binaries" so I wonder if it's some fancy step to create an app or if it's more or less just a zipped up version of all the files used) Also, he confirms that it is a Linux based OS, so there's that too.

    #comments

  • Usenet. com is a commercial provider of access to the venerable Usenet newsgroups, the most highly-traffic of which are "binaries" groups used to share music, movies, pictures, etc.

    Ars Technica

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