Some articles on copied:
... be used for any purpose other than advertising, but the whole work cannot be copied or modified Sampling Plus parts of the work can be copied and modified ...
... In order to minimize the number of times received data is copied, the receive buffer for payload data is received directly into a page aligned disk buffer ... then moved into the disk cache without being copied ... uploading in general, unnecessary copying is avoided by caching blocks in aligned buffers, that are copied once into the peer's send buffer ...
... Any sized partition can be moved essentially, memory is copied asynchronously from one system to another to create a clone of a running partition ... of the pages have been successfully copied across), the partition is transitioned to the target machine and any remaining pages are copied across synchronously ...
... Manuscript O is the earlier, copied around 1300, and includes 2,510 stanzas of cuaderna vía and two epistles ... P, from Paris, was copied in the fifteenth century and contains 2,639 stanzas ... to be from eastern Castile, while P was copied in western Castile ...
... him a copy of characters reported to have been copied from the gold plates ... Anthon described the characters as "evidently copied after the Mexican Calender given by Humboldt, but copied in such a way as not to betray the source whence it was ...
Famous quotes containing the word copied:
“I am no Poet here; my pen s the spout,
Where the rain water of my eyes run out,
In pity of that name, whose fate wee see
Thus copied out in griefs Hydrography:
The Muses are not Mer-maids, though upon
His death the Ocean might turn Helicon”
—John Cleveland (16131658)
“So they, who climb to wealth, forget
The friends in darker fortunes tried.
I copied thembut I regret
That I should ape the ways of pride.”
—William Cullen Bryant (17941878)
“Alls vast that vastness means. Nay, I affirm
Nature is whole in her least things exprest,
Nor know we with what scope God builds the worm.
Our towns are copied fragments from our breast;
And all mans Babylons strive but to impart
The grandeurs of his Babylonian heart.”
—Francis Thompson (18591907)