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Synonyms for tape



have something or someone taped


  • understand fully
  • know all about
  • know the ins and outs of
  • have someone's number
  • have all the details of

tape something off


Synonyms for tape

a long thin piece of cloth or paper as used for binding or fastening

a recording made on magnetic tape

the finishing line for a foot race

measuring instrument consisting of a narrow strip (cloth or metal) marked in inches or centimeters and used for measuring lengths

memory device consisting of a long thin plastic strip coated with iron oxide

fasten or attach with tape

register electronically

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As organizations begin to respond to these regulations, they need to understand what their backup tapes contain.
The researchers crimped the tape between metal combs with zigzag teeth.
The traditional tape backup methods allow for a full recovery of the Exchange database(s).
This is the key to why the system performs so well and why foam tapes are optional with this technology.
Performance between host and disk and between disk and tape has also been increased in the new release to a full 2.0 TB/hour, an increase of 67%.
In the first tape, Portrait of Addiction, nine people who represent the diversity of addiction in terms of race and ethnicity, age, socioeconomic status, gender, and substance of "choice," are interviewed about their experiences with alcohol and other drugs (AOD).
The bottom line in any decision about videotaping confessions and interrogations is whether tapes are useful and within legitimate bounds of fairness in preparing and prosecuting cases.
In these cases, the second tier is usually cost-effective online storage like SATA or SAS, and the third tier is an archiving medium such as tape or CAS (content-addressable storage).
These include silicon based dynamic and static random access memory (RAM), magnetic hard disk drives, optical disks (including write once read many [WORM], magneto/optic, CD-ROM, and DVD disk, and magnetic tape.
Ryan expects to attend a meeting this fall on the infamous 18 1/2-minute gap--an erased section of the Watergate tapes. The keepers of the Nixon tapes at the National Archives and Records Administration in College Park, Md., are considering whether to reexamine the tape gap with new technologies.
Most tape backup systems can, if the user wishes, back up only files that have changed since the last backup.
LTO Ultrium products were specifically designed for use in automated tape storage libraries that employ sophisticated robotic arms to automatically retrieve tapes.
It would take about 55 hours of continuous operation (assuming no read errors) to transfer the content of 50 DLT tapes containing 500 gigabytes of electronic records.
Greenwald of the University of Washington in Seattle and his colleagues studied 237 volunteers who listened to commercially available subliminal tapes aimed at improving either memory or self-esteem.
Unlike D2D systems, which rely upon native OS file systems, virtual tape libraries write data to proprietary file systems and present the data as physical tapes to the backup servers.