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CD-ROM

Compact disk-read only memory Informatics A compact disk, capable of holding ± 750 MB of permanent data, which is recorded or burned only once. Cf CD-RW.

CD-ROM,

n the acronym for compact disk/read-only memory. These disks are used to store program information (software) for computer programs. Information and instructions can be retrieved from these disks, but information cannot be added or revised without destruction of the existing data.
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From M62 junction 22 through to Junction 5 in Liverpool, the normal journey time of 43 minutes grew to 74 minutes in the peak morning rush.
After a throw-in 74 minutes into the match, Conquistadores sophomore Samantha Spencer flipped the ball to McLaughlin inside the penalty area.
The 19-year-old replaced Andy Kirk on 74 minutes, but was red-carded soon after for a two-footed challenge on Simon King.
Craig Disley struck late on for Bristol Rovers after Tranmere had Steven Jennings sent off in the 44thminute for a foul on Chris Lines, then went ahead on 74 minutes when Anthony Kay headed in a Paul McLaren free-kick.
But it was the visitors who took the lead after 74 minutes when Antony Kay fired home, only for the home side to level matters through Craig Disley seven minutes later.
STUART CALLAGHAN blasted home a penalty after 74 minutes to earn City a second chance.
Instead Tiverton levelled on 74 minutes when Tom Knighton robbed full-back Jay Denny and set up Nathan Rudge to ram home.
Helder Postiga, the league's top scorer with nine goals, got the second after 74 minutes after a free-kick by Raul Meireles.
And the Welsh Premier visitors deservedly earned their third round ticket when Ryan Davies fired the winner on 74 minutes
But just when it seemed a draw was looming, Nelisse sprung up after 74 minutes to seal an unexpected win for Adriaanse's side.
Paul White, on 40 minutes, and Jermaine Gordon, on 74 minutes, put Warwick 2-0 ahead with Ashley Warner pullig a goal back four minutes from time.
The former Lancaster striker completed his hat-trick on 74 minutes, heading in Tony Capaldi's cross.