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  • n. Any of several channels of data added to a compact disk (or similar) that is used for indexing and tracking


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  • Mike uses the example of a subcode in a genome detailing biblical events.

    Bunny and a Book

  • Particularly interesting was a small subcode of “Capital Lawes,” imbedded in the early Massachusetts lawbooks, and copied by other New England and Middle Atlantic colonies.

    A History of American Law

  • Some scholars used this subcode as prime evidence that the basic stuff of Bay law was biblical, not English common law.

    A History of American Law

  • It seems that he has succeeded in strong-arming the New York City Construction Authority into permitting him to use unsold copies of his new book (The Art of the Ass -) in place of the subcode concrete he has hitherto been employing in his massive West Side project.

    Dominick Dunne Slithers Into New York Rat's Nest

  • The settlement also does not affect Shepherd's subcode and building inspector licenses, which means he still will be able to work in Gloucester or any other state municipality. - News

  • And this is just the raw audio data, which comprises only about a third of the CD's storage capacity (the rest is encoding, error correction redundancy, subcode, etc.).

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