from The Century Dictionary.
- In an atomic manner; from an atomic point of view; regarded as an atom, or as made up of atoms.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In an atomic manner; in accordance with the atomic philosophy.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adverb In accordance with
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VIP swap upgrades entail atomically replacing one entire running instance of your service with another.
Added rename (oldpath, newpath) can change a pathname atomically, provided oldpath and newpath are on the same filesystem.
Though we use the terms interchangeably many researchers think that emotions and feelings are actually different, that basic emotions such as fear, grief, desire, rage and love are hardwired into our bodies and happen "atomically" while our feelings are processed by the thinking part of our brain, or the cortex.
And a minor quibble: I would have liked to have been given, and would provide if I were calling the shots, a little more clarification about where this new Earth - our Earth - was, in relation to the atomically ruined Earth we saw earlier.
The 1966 film stars Stephen Boyd and Raquel Welch as part of a crack scientific crew that gets atomically miniaturized in a submarine and undertakes a dangerous mission inside a human body.
Nanofood does not necessarily mean atomically modified food or food produced by nanomachines.
And ALSO from me, a true fan of “The Prisoner”, to everyone involved in the writing and production of this atomically lame, joke of a counterfeit … … … ….
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On the other hand, in Korea in the early 1950s and in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from the 1960s into the early 1970s, it had committed its forces all but atomically, and yet had met nothing but stalemate, disaster, and defeat against enemies who, on paper at least, should not have been able to stand up to American power.
(Soundbite of laughter) THE RZA: Inspector Deck starts the song off with, I bomb atomically.
It bombed atomically, making less than $5 million opening weekend and it STILL hasn't topped $10 million dollars after two weeks of release it cost an estimated $35 million to produce & promote.