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read

Etymology: AS, raedan, to advise
(of a computer) to retrieve or transfer data from some storage location or medium, such as a disk.

Dick-Read,

Grantley, English physician, 1890-1959.
Read method - psychoprophylactic method of prepared childbirth.
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And I don't brief anything on the plate I can read off the screen at a glance.
Colonel John Rossi read off the names of the deceased during a short, solemn news conference on Saturday afternoon on the base.
The WVTR meter is easy to use and gives a series of measurements that can be saved or simply read off a screen.
Each sales or service area equipped with Poseo 5200 hardware also has direct information about the operating status of its system or systems by means of a control screen located on the front face of the PC, enabling the same key operational data to be read off locally in the stores.
The torque is then read off as pound/feet (foot-pounds) and can be converted to horsepower.
The measurement results can be read off from the R&S NRP base unit, on a PC with a USB interface, or a signal generator's display.
The New Zealander was caught by the Notts captain Chris Read off the bottom edge as he tried to hook Shreck.
I have been tracking balls and shagging in batting practice a lot, just trying to get a read off the bat.
The actual test state and the graphical progress of test parameters can be easily read off the full color display, according to the literature.
Earlier Jimmy Maher pulled angry Shreck to midwicket and Phil Mustard edged to keeper Read off the next ball.
REBNY Rental Committee Co-Chairs Douglas Wagner and Vanessa Kaufman read off Winners to one of the nights many raffles.
As the first step towards abolishing preliminary charging, Fortum would in September 2004 introduce payment in arrears and improved possibilities for customers to read off and report meter readings themselves.