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  • n. Plural form of silo.


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  • When the lines of business are in silos, that isn't a big deal in this case.

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  • Located close to Provo River and surrounded by an amazing scenery, it links two corrugated-metal grain silos that adds to its uniqueness.

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  • Slipping through rural Louisiana, with giant grain silos and water towers sliding silently past the window, my boyfriend and I were in the middle of a hand of cards.

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  • What this treaty is attempting to do is to reduce the stockpiles of nukes that are not in silos and heavily protected, you know the ones laying around that make them targets of terrorists to try and steal and use against both our nations.

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  • Does it make it worse if companies are still in silos?

    The High Cost Of Managing Data

  • Businesses used to be much more in silos, and they focused on one thing in one jurisdiction.

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  • Tell me why these Acturians are blowing up all our grain silos on Deneb IV. (certain Star Trek episodes to the contrary).

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  • Abandoned grain silos line the urban lakefront like timber Paul Bunyan forgot to harvest.

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  • Development of a missile-defense system accelerated; as of early 2008, there were 24 interceptors in silos in Alaska and California, and 25 on board U.S. ships in the Pacific.

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  • I have only played it once so far - 164,000 with two targets left on last screen - destroying missiles in silos whilst open was fine but the helicopters on the last screens eek ...

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