- v. present participle of store.
“In this particular case, the shelving system looks 2D, but as you get closer you will see storing is possible so the logical thing is that it is actually 3D.”
“One with a big mouth to over compensate for the less than adequate muscle below your fat, jelly jiggling oxycontin storing cavern you call your stomach!”
“Google Inc. will begin storing the medical records of a few thousand people as it tests a long-awaited health service that's likely to raise more concerns about the volume of sensitive information entrusted to the Internet search leader.”
“As durable as paper is, its inherent limitations in storing digital data are clear.”
“I have never believed in storing up the good and beautiful things for when we got settled (saving the good things for 'good') We always tried to bloom where we were planted so we enjoyed using what nice things we were blessed with regularly.”
“Some sites specialize in storing photographs and images, mostly for public viewing, but still serving a similar purpose.”
“The stubble of the corn tinted the fields with gold, and the squirrels were busily engaged in storing nuts for the winter.”
“And speaking of alternative means of short-term storing energy, whatever happened to heavy, high-speed, flywheels?”
“Hash sums are used to ensure and verify integrity of large volumes of data for a long-term storing or transfering.”
“That's fair enough: the long-term storing, freezing and unfreezing of sperm requires expertise, and the organisations that do it should adhere to certain agreed standards.”
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