Definitions

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  • n. Division into sectors.

Etymologies

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sector +‎ -ing

Examples

  • With that as well there are all kinds of sweeps, leg hooks, 'sectoring', kicks are never above the waist and if anything are far more often utilized to colaps a person's stance or break a knee.

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  • For an incident this complex, obviously they need to start sectoring it off and gain some kind of control.

    CNN Transcript Aug 2, 2007

  • For an incident this complex, obviously, they need to start sectoring off and gain some kind of control.

    CNN Transcript Aug 2, 2007

  • His eyes scanned the room, sectoring the crowd and scrutinizing each person.

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  • Can we reasonably assume that one's placement in the sectoring of our country's economy determines our level of qualifying as a private Citizen?

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  • • As the number of subscribers grow the spectrum can be reallocated with process of sectoring.

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  • ( "soft sectoring"), not have to deal with that little timing hole, and save on hardware.

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  • 3TB (and larger) disks, 4K sectoring, partition alignment, faster SATA disk interfaces, and SSD (Solid State Drive) hard drive replacements

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