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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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There were just three versions of the advert and there are no EDF Blob soft toys or key rings for us to purchase or be rewarded with for our loyalty.
Lyman-alpha blobs emit as much radiation as the brightest galaxies and are found at great distances.
But the power source for their extreme luminosity, and the precise nature of the blobs, has remained unclear.
Martin fished his lemon and orange Sunburst Blob on the point using a slow glass line.
According to Ouchi's infrared measurements, the number of stars in the blob is equivalent to 40 billion suns.
Every motion blob is derived from a projection of an object moving among real world items.
Since a blob is a region of touching pixels, analysis tools typically consider touching foreground pixels to be part of the same blob.
As the snake bites down on the blob, movements travel through the gel.
Manufacturer Unilever UK Foods said it was disappointed by a ruling by the Advertising Standards Authority against the ad, which was inspired by the 1950s sci-fi film The Blob, and was clearly meant to he "over-the-top and comical.
The TV commercials centre on a large brown "amorphous" object described as reminiscent of the monster from the 1950s science fiction film, The Blob.
best known for helming 1958 sci-fi cult pic "The Blob," died in a car accident July 19 in Amman, Jordan.