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cache

 [kash]
a memory mechanism used by a computer to accelerate access to information.

cache

A storage area on a PC’s hard drive where the browser temporarily stores web pages and/or graphic elements.
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But hard as he strove with his body, he strove equally hard with his mind, trying to think that Bill had not deserted him, that Bill would surely wait for him at the cache. He was compelled to think this thought, or else there would not be any use to strive, and he would have lain down and died.
He was not concerned with the land of little sticks, nor with Bill and the cache under the upturned canoe by the river Dease.
He was more rational, and once more he was chiefly interested in the land of little sticks and the cache by the river Dease.
He still clung to his gun, for there were cartridges in that cache by the river Dease.
Note also that that there is a column in Table 2 labeled "Trees." Oak-tree fitness is increased by caching animals that fail to find all of their acorn caches. We have included the tree column so that the class might discuss the community consequences of animal caching strategies.
A combined force found several weapons caches in Sarobi district of central Kabul province during a clearing operation on Sunday.
Most caches have to store a separate copy derived from each server.
Chouvardas, "Placing dynamic content in caches with small population," in Proc.
Under the arrangement, Sembcorp will install, own and operate rooftop solar panels with a combined capacity of approximately 7.9 megawatts peak, atop Caches Commodity Hub, Pandan Logistics Hub and Cache Changi Districentre 1.
Najaf / National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) The Command of the Fifth Region borders announced that it has found caches for Daesh terrorist gangs in the desert of Najaf after receiving information on the presence of these caches in the desert.
They are noteworthy for 3 reasons: (1) the 3 caches we observed were located in separate trees within 100 m of the nest tree; (2) the tree caches were created or retrieved during both the incubation and nestling phases of nesting; and (3) at least 2 of the 3 tree caches were concealed with loose vegetation.
In this paper, we propose a new cache technique, (i.e) ETA cache, to improve energy efficiency of L1 data caches.