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cache

 [kash]
a memory mechanism used by a computer to accelerate access to information.
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A storage area on a PC’s hard drive where the browser temporarily stores web pages and/or graphic elements.
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In his new position, Cacha has joined the team executing the massive Starrett-Lehigh Building Wmdow Replacement Project for the landmarked structure in the Chelsea district of Manhattan.
"The church is a place of love and peace, and not for wars," Cacha said.
Menacee par les parents de ce vieil homme qui auraient du heriter son immense fortune, Giustiniana se cacha dans un monastere.
Bon-ica saw patients in their homes or in several small clinics located in villages throughout a rural region known as Cacha.
Dos o tres veces nos regalo a los amigos con lo que el consideraba un festin: la pierna de cordero con cacha. Era toda una ceremonia ritual.
4) Bosque de transicion chaqueno chiquitano, desarrollado sobre suelos bien drenados de la llanura chaquena, con dosel casi continuo de 10 a 15 m de altura y especies caracteristicas como cuta (Phyllostylon rhamnoides, Ulmaceae), cacha (Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco, Apocynaceae) y choroquete (Ruprechtia triflora, Polygonaceae).