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chunk

(chŭnk)
In neurology, informatics, and psychology, a single unit of memory. A chunk is typically a number, name, fact, or other discrete informational element.
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Remove any fat from the chicken thighs and cut into 1-inch chunks.
The cookies come in 14 flavors and sold at P90 each: Dark Chocolate Chunk, White Chocolate Chunk, Milk Chocolate Chunk, Double Chocolate Chunk, Triple Chocolate Chunk, Double Chocolate and Nut, Orange and Milk Chocolate, Oatmeal and Raisin, Lemon, Fruit and Nut, Praline and Milk Chocolate, Cranberry and White Chocolate, Macadamia and White Chocolate, Peanut and Milk Chocolate.
Chunk Spelunkers who seek out chunks of cookie dough can now enjoy all the chunks sans spoon!"
The recall affects Nature's Touch 12-ounce bags of frozen Signature Select Avocado Chunks with a best before date of Oct 11, 20 located at the back of the bag.
Peel the red onions - cut into chunks. Cut the peppers into chunks, discarding For more adventurous pork recipes
1 can Gold Seas Yellowfin Tuna Chunks in Olive Oil 185g, drained
Generally, there square measure four steps involved in knowledge de-duplication: (1) unitization that uses a agency formula to separate the info stream into chunks; (2) chunk process that calculates the fingerprint (for example, SHA-1 value) for every of the chunks; (3) fingerprint assortment and querying that provisions the fingerprints in line with an exact arrangement for assortment and queries the catalog to seek out chunks of identical fingerprints--these chunks square measure measured because the duplicated chunks; (4) knowledge storing and management that stores new chunks and delegates reference pointers for the duplicated chunks.
As well as the "chunks", Natalie also makes marshmallow lollies and meltaways.
Our attention was also brought to a pattern by which a group of image chunks (i.e., a chunk cluster) often appear repeatedly in different images.
Bonito strips or chunks are among my favorites, but any bait you have will work: ballyhoo, squid, blue runner or some other source.
With this launch, the company has extended its highly popular Mahakosh range from oils into the Soya Chunks segment.
I frequently remind myself that teaching students to recognize higher-level chunks has the best chance of occurring when I use the following strategies, starting at students' first lessons as beginners and never stopping: