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- adv. theoretically
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a theoretic manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Theoretically; speculatively.
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Currently I'm using VMWare plus some sort of debian based linux (I love that packet manager ...) but here is a really big (imho) scalability problem: if my app takes - let's guess - 64MB of ram, than theorically I could virtualize that 32 times in a 2GB phisical machine.
Being so close the expiration date I was unable to transfer such domain and other of value to another registrar, I decided to mark them as "to be deleted immediately" because domaindiscount24 offers that possibility among the options to renew, delete the domain before the renew or do it as soon as it expires … theorically.
Messages describing dangerous activity can be easily customized with regular expressions; this makes sshguard theorically usable with any login server, and in general anything that logs something, although no experiments have been made outside ssh.
While packet-modifying is theorically possible if there isn't any encryption or checksums in the network data, cheating on consoles is
That's quite an essential difference, since, at least theorically, there could always be a big fine by civil laws. by lulz - Apr 23rd, 2009 @ 4: 14am
All of what he says is theorically ture in principle.
In 200 she started a series, which lucklily became a bit famous, and since 2003 she started to earn enough to theorically be able to quit her job.
The closing of TR comes after other theorically big MMORPGs have closed, like Fury and Hellgate: London.
China is planning on bringing communism to space, so the entire galaxy can enjoy a theorically sound form of government that doesn’t work in practice.
Making such an assertion would require insight into the percentage of children who don’t tell their parents..theorically unknowable.