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“In the end, our time is a fixed-size pie, and as we slice it more and more thinly, each slice becomes less satisfying.”
“But what evidence do we have that there is only a certain fixed-size lump of “good places” to live?”
“I had to click, which opened a new, fixed-size window, another pet peeve.”
“Chess is finite--there's a fixed-size board and a limited number of moves from every possible configuration of it.”
“As a photovoltaic engineer, if you can arrange to absorb only a fixed-size slice of the sun's spectrum, then you're better to slice it from the red region, because that's where most of the energy is coming out (that's why the sun is hot and yellow looking).”
“Mercantilists argued that the world contained a fixed-size market and that each country had to secure as large a portion of this market as possible, through tariffs and colonization.”
“Much in the way that a RAID 5 storage array "stripes" data across multiple disks to gain protection from failures, GFS distributes files in fixed-size chunks which are replicated across a cluster of servers.”
“However, Eric Loewen, chief engineer at GE Hitachi nuclear, claims that the technology should be economically competitive due to its small and fixed-size modular design, which allows it to be produced in an off-site factory.”
“It is a fixed-size control (for uniformity) that displays an image thumbnail box, containing the image thumbnail itself, decorated with the image file name. private ThumbnailsSequence thumbnailsSequence;”
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