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- noun Division into
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With that as well there are all kinds of sweeps, leg hooks, 'sectoring', kicks are never above the waist and if anything are far more often utilized to colaps a person's stance or break a knee.
For an incident this complex, obviously they need to start sectoring it off and gain some kind of control.
For an incident this complex, obviously, they need to start sectoring off and gain some kind of control.
His eyes scanned the room, sectoring the crowd and scrutinizing each person.
The Universe — or Nothing Meyer Moldeven
Can we reasonably assume that one's placement in the sectoring of our country's economy determines our level of qualifying as a private Citizen?
Kottu kottu 2010
• As the number of subscribers grow the spectrum can be reallocated with process of sectoring.
( "soft sectoring"), not have to deal with that little timing hole, and save on hardware.
3TB (and larger) disks, 4K sectoring, partition alignment, faster SATA disk interfaces, and SSD (Solid State Drive) hard drive replacements
unknown title 2011