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  • verb Present participle of bin.

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Examples

  • From my time co-habitating the Greater Victoria Public Library with a number of homeless intellectuals, I’m aware that binning is a tricky enterprise that requires well-planned execution for financial sustainability, but this is a residential neighbourhood and I assume there’s plenty of recycling to be had.

    hughstimson.org » Blog Archive » No Binners in Southern Victoria?

  • By incorporating a technique called binning in 2x2 pixel groups, the S5K4AW's 1. 2Mp resolution (1280x960 pixel format) also can display standard VGA format without the need for cropping.

    Sam Spear: The Better to See You -- and HD Video You -- With

  • I like the idea of binning rural street lighting on motorways and large sections of A roads.

    Army Rumour Service

  • I like the idea of binning rural street lighting on motorways and large sections of A roads.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Also, the main camera sensor includes the ability to use 2 x 2 pixel "binning," meaning it treats four pixels as one.

    Ars Technica

  • Also, the main camera sensor includes the ability to use 2 x 2 pixel "binning," meaning it treats four pixels as one.

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  • Biotechnology's dual-use conundrum may hint at the difficulty of "binning" advanced cognitive science research and development into offensive or defensive categories.

    Web Edition | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

  • Biotechnology's dual-use conundrum may hint at the difficulty of "binning" advanced cognitive science research and development into offensive or defensive categories.

    Web Edition | Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

  • "binning" system, which provides tapeless delivery of VFX shots to the client via Avid or Final Cut Pro media files.

    Animation Insider News

  • “With this simple message want to inspire people to think twice about binning their empty bottles and cans … an empty drinks can that you recycle today could be back on the shelf as a brand new one in just six weeks.”

    6 posts from June 2009

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