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cubes

feed for animals compressed into cubes. May be entirely concentrate but many nowadays are a complete ration including hammer-milled fiber. Are more expensive but reduce wastage and can be eaten more quickly than a milled grain mixture. See also pelleted feed.
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44 weeks-Removes cube from cup, and inserts without release.
In addition to the higher BTU values (an average range of from 12,400 to 13,500 BTUs per pound), the company has several selling points it lists to potential buyers of the cubes, including:
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The XC Cube PC EZ65 - Socket 478 Intel Pentium 4 (Celeron(R)) CPU, 400/533/800MHz FSB with the Intel 865G+ICH-5 chipset, with an MSRP of $330.
The Advisor Series Cube Architect further enhances the ability of our clients to perform advanced business analytics on budget, forecast, actual and other data in their Advisor Series system," said Thomas M.
Block Distributing, a Texas-based distributor of fine wines and spirits, recently added ES Cube to its existing Monarch|ES system.
Aclue's architecture also eliminates the need for IS to create multiple extracts of data from production systems to feed different cubes.
The user selects specific titles from among the 18 Knowledge Cubes delivered, and the Knowledge Integrator loads the chosen Cubes.
For more information on Knowledge Cubes or other Molloy Group products, contact Molloy Group at Four Century Drive, Parsippany, NJ 07054; telephone 201-540-1212; fax 201-292-9407; e-mail molloy@molloy.
This new agreement allows Irvine to continue to use the cube line to improve and expand its production capability, and provides IBM with a source of cube products as needed.
The first set of Knowledge Cubes, on Windows and several key Windows applications, are scheduled for release in June.