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off-line

pertaining to access to computer information not directly connected to a computer. Compare online.
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The present off-line programs haven't solved up this problem till this time.
During each measurement, on- and off-line NO samples were taken at a constant flow of 5 L/min.
The Scenarist Classroom Edition provides educational institutions with five licenses of Scenarist Off-Line plus a full version of Scenarist NT Advanced or Professional for $19,995 and $24,995, respectively.
There are three different kinds of off-line magnetic media in use today: longitudinal, longitudinal serpentine, and helical.
Off-line readers are of both businesses and consumers, but are probably used more by businesses today, says Joni Berkley, of Freeloader Inc.
The speed and the volume of data in both on- and off-line forms of retrieval captivated this onlooker.
Store retired data off-line or record deletions (although DoD guidelines allows deletion, it's in fact becoming more rare in government and military IT).
SAN FRANCISCO - Napster was dealt another serious legal setback Wednesday when a federal judge ordered the song-swap company to remain off-line until it can fully comply with an injunction to remove all copyright music.
DataInsight, a Colorado-based on-line and off-line database marketing systems provider, has introduced a new product line to help e-commerce businesses turn Internet data into individualized direct response tools, allowing for more personal relationships with customers.
Online and Off-line Dating Service Providers Engaged to Marry and Leverage Strengths in Exciting New Business Model
The brochure also describes precise laser triangulation methods used that are said to make the LSH 2401 ideal for numerous on- or off-line applications in the rubber and associated industries, including profiling green rubber, sidewall bulge and dent, splice width and radial run-out.