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a mouth or mouthlike opening

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a hard brittle blue-grey or blue-black metallic element that is one of the platinum metals

the left eye

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rigid connective tissue that makes up the skeleton of vertebrates

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The one-time charge for this requirement is computed using a negotiated per-unit price (f) multiplied by X.(14) If an OEM shipped a machine with a competing operating system, say PC-DOS or DR-DOS, it would receive no reduction in its payment to Microsoft.
EcomNet functions as a PC-DOS "Bubble" around the mainframe.
IBM also announced version 3.0 of its PC-DOS operating system, which has added function to support the new PC AT hardware and is compatible with all IBM PCs.
* IBM (or compatible) PC with MS-DOS or PC-DOS, version 3.0 or higher
The two hidden system files (EBMBIO.COM and IBMDOS-COM for PC-DOS; IO.SYS and MSDOS.SYS for MS-DOS), plus the command processor, COMMAND.COM, occupy a significant amount of RAM.
Since no one could make an accurate guess as to how this new business might grow in the months ahead, XYZ wanted to install and implement the system on a PC-DOS or MS-DOS based personal computer, since XYZ was already using these in the accounting department.
It also supports PC-DOS, a potential problem for Renoud, however, since he has equipment outside that operating system.
The program runs on IBM, PC, XT, AT or PS/2 compatible computers and operates with MS-DOS or PC-DOS version 2.1 or higher.
The western language subsystem runs under PC-DOS or MS-DOS and may use data in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.
The names of the first two vary, depending on whether you are using PC-DOS or some version of generic MS-DOS, but the third file is universally called COMMAND.COM.
The workstation comes pre-loaded with IBM PC-DOS, Microsoft Windows 3.1, and OCLC PASSPORT 2.02.
Whether you like it or not, and may people don't, the predominant operating system used on desktop computers today is MS-DOS, or PC-DOS if you obtained your system from IBM.
The minimum configuration to run die single user version of BGMI is a personal computer with: IBM XT, AT, PS/2, or compatible (80286 or faster processor recommended); MS-DOS or PC-DOS 3.1 or higher; MS-DOS CD-ROM Extensions (MSCDEX) version 2.0 or higher; 640K bytes of RAM; 1 megabyte of free space; monochrome, CGA, EGA, or VGA monitor; ISO 9660-compatible CD-ROM drive with cables and interface card; and parallel or serial printer port for printing.