American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. candlepower.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A contraction of compare.
“Would it work like that in cp, or does the mica only look like that in m&p?”
“I also love that you guys give us specifics about what works well in cp and what is going to discolor etc.”
“I had used all fo's that seized in cp soap so this is perfect!”
“While at the BlogWorld Expo in Las Vegas next week, I’ll be signing copies of my autobiography I’ll Do It Myself in which I intimately share living with cerebral palsy to show others that cp is not a death sentence, but rather a life sentence:”
“- volname cp ~ / Desktop / marble-dmg-background. png”
“I'm in a class right now where while "cp" is not part of the grade, the teacher is being a little more demanding about it.”
“You can use this ability to run bash commands such as cp, mv, etc.”
“In newly released tapes, obtained by Britain's News of the World newspaper, the King Of Pop revealed he broke down in tears because he thought the record's sound was "cp".”
“But these wiseguys don't realise that I'd much rather deal with files that I can recognise by their filename, copy and move them with the well known 'cp' and 'mv' commands rather than having their craptastic software try to manage it all.”
“Open a terminal in the folder where your files are located and then use the command "cp" to copy your files to usb device (which need to be mounted, of course).”
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