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  • Damian Dovarganes, File/AP Photo - FILE - This March 15, 2010 file photo shows ES.N reporter Erin Andrews reacting during a news conference on the sentence of her stalker outside the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles.

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  • You can resolve this by using a 'read' in the loop, rather than a typical 'for' loop find . -name "*.jpg" | while read FILE; do mv "$FILE" /home/user/otherdir done will correctly handle any file name that's legal in Linux, provided that you wrap $FILE with parentheses.

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  • Michael A. Mariant, File / AP Photo - FILE - In this Feb. 20, 2009 file photo, Team Astana's Lance Armstrong, of United States, heads down from the halfway point in Los Olivos, Calif. toward the finish line in Solvang during the Stage 6 Individual Time Trials at the Tour of California cycling race.

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  • Louis Lanzano, file/AP Photo - FILE - In this Oct. 21, 2009 file photo, Rapper Lil Wayne enters Manhattan criminal court in New York.

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  • AUDIO FILE: listen to the French word "avocat" and hear the expressions, above: Download Avocat.

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  • AUDIO FILE: listen to the French word "avocat" and hear the expressions, above:Download Avocat

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  • One fat buff folder with pockets, the word FILE inked in the Major’s hand.

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  • The FILE is the QT file on the scratch disk, and the CLIP is the clip name in the Browser.

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  • D: \cspl\source\em\port\src\ss7p_em_main. c (2243): error C2275: 'FILE': illegal use of this type as an expression

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  • 'FILE-DECODED-SIZE' keyword under 'FILE' in the CUE file created using the 'Create CD CUE File'.

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  • A record or document, a collection of records.

    The act of putting away a document in a container.

    A line of persons or things positioned behind each other.

    Also an abrasive instrument used to smooth surfaces or the act of using this instrument.

    "Harriet! Grab me the file on Schlepp vs. Cummins."

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    The nail technician began to file away at Shanequa's digits.

    July 3, 2009