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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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A mandated CLOB would require detailed regulation and oversight of the pricing of CLOB services and access policies.
The Trad-X CLOB receives continuous two-way streaming from a wide range of market participants including 15 of the largest global market participants in the world.
It's no surprise most members believe a CLOB will help them to do their jobs more effectively and also help protect investors' interests.
mean, standard deviation, median, and minimum and maximum values of the main variables of the Rorschach test according to the Parisian School were calculated for a set of participants (N = 180) (general profile of results): R, RA, Refusal, Denial, mean elapsed time (TLm) and mean Reaction time (TRm) (variables related to productivity and rhythm); G, D, Dd, Dbl, Di (modes of apperception); F+, F+/-, F-, [summation]F, K, kan, kp, kob, [summation]k, FC, CF, C, FE, EF, E, FClob, ClobF, Clob (determinants); A, (A), Ad, (Ad), [summation]A, H, (H), Hd, (Hd), [summation]H, Anat, Sex, Sg, Bot, Geo, Nat, Pais, Obj, Arq, Art, Simb, Abst, Elem, Frag (content); Ban (banalities).
The so-called BLOB (Binary Large Object) space in a relational database can be used to store large XML documents, and the vendors have refined these to differentiate BLOBs from CLOBs (Character Large Objects).