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BLOB

Binary Large Object. A large cluster of data (e.g., a bitmap), which is characterised by large field values, unpredictable table size and formless data.
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De Blob 2 was released for the Nintendo DS back in 2011 and this port to the Switch doesn't show its age.
Lures and Blobs took over when the night became colder.
The algorithm for evaluation of possible displacement of smaller BLOB nested into bigger one defined by coordinates of lines p.1x, p.2x, p.1y, and p.2y is presented in Figure 6.
Let us check out step by step how clustering works out for coded target; if it starts at blob a first, blob b will be added into cluster next, for it is within the adjacent area of blob a, and then come blobs c and d; clustering will keep going until no more adjacent blobs are found.
Looking towards the clearing, I see a toddler smacking the yellow blob with both hands.
It's just five months since Blob burst into my life, bobbing along to the Human League frontman's tune whilst riding on top of various energy hungry white goods, but it feels like the chemistry was instant.
These "Lyman-alpha blobs" may have originated during the reionization epoch (see previous story), but so far none have actually been seen that far back.
Washington, August 18 (ANI): For the first time, a team of astronomers has found polarisation in an unusual object called a Lyman-alpha blob. And this observation may help to unlock the mystery of how the blobs shine.
It may sound like the title of a B-movie, but astronomers have captured rare images of a space object called a Lyman-alpha blob.
Technically, the object is called a Lyman-alpha blob, and scientists aren't exactly sure what it is.