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... internal data paths, 3 16-bit Arithmetic Logic Units, and a 16-bit external data bus (to reduce pin count), and externally supported only 24-bit addresses (internally it worked with full ... All these systems ran the UNIX System V operating system ... The 68020 became hugely popular in the Unix supermicrocomputer market, and many small companies (e.g ...
... See Scottish Bus Group for the list of prefixes to the "Scottish" branding ... Former bus companies operating in the United Kingdom National Associated Motorways Blazefield Group British Coachways British Electric Traction Fraser Eagle GRT Group National Bus Company (UK ...
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