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to put or keep out of sight

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a hidden storage space (for money or provisions or weapons)

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a secret store of valuables or money

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(computer science) RAM memory that is set aside as a specialized buffer storage that is continually updated

save up as for future use

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IMDB Cache is designed to cache table data from Oracle databases after which, exposes it to the application tier.
The second step to distributed storage is separating the cache from the controller.
When Balda gave individual Clark's nutcrackers a second chance to cache seeds in the same sandy aviary floor, the birds often choose different hiding places.
Another variation is the ``travel bug'' - a sort of movable cache.
CACHE features breakthrough rapid development technology for building objects and object applications.
This remnant of the once-vast Big Woods is now relegated to the banks of murky waters like the Cache, Bayou DeView, and the lower White River.
Global version management and locking mechanisms maintain data coherency and ensure that remote clients retrieve the latest copy of a file from the cache.
Mickelson and her party stopped at a cache, where dry firewood and hot soup refived the woman "as nothing else could have.
The matrix contains up to 128 point-to-point connections, each of which directly link each front-end channel director and back-end disk director to all global cache memory regions.
It differs from storage subsystem cache in that the solid-state disk is used exactly the same way as a normal disk; data is moved Onto the solid-state disk and never ages off the disk the way it would in cache on a disk subsystem.
Comparable store sales for Cache stores increased 6% during the 21 week period ended May 27, 2006, as compared to a 3% increase in the same period in 2005.
The controller's processing power, memory bandwidth, number of host interfaces, and disk interfaces are all fixed, although the amount of cache memory and the number of back-end disks in the server may be upgradeable.
InterSystems, a leading database provider in healthcare, develops and markets the CACHE post-relational database and the Ensemble universal integration platform.
The technology is usually implemented in a service model, where a service company provides a cached version of a Web site and charges by the number of bytes served to users from the cache.
While we continue to be pleased with the strength of our Cache business across each of our categories and believe we are positioned to report improved results at Lillie Rubin, we have tempered our first quarter guidance, due to reduced expectations for Lillie Rubin.