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multivolume

(ˈmʌltɪˌvɒljuːm)
adj
1. (Journalism & Publishing) (of a text) comprising two or more volumes
2. (Computer Science) (of a computer disk or cartridge) containing several entities that can be accessed independently
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Home users can easily burn bootable discs, multisession discs, high-quality audio CDs and videoDVDs, and image collections.
The multisession Conference titled 'Matrix of Regional and National Security in South Asia and Its Post-2014 Dynamics" is being jointly hosted by Strategic Vision Institute (SVI) and German Foundation Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS).
In addition to the IRIYA programme (where all sessions were compulsory), I was able to attend the early morning and late afternoon refresher and multisession courses.
This collection's 12 chapters are based on papers originally presented during the multisession workshop Slaving Paths: Rebuilding and Rethinking the Atlantic Worlds which were held during the 124th American Historical Association Meeting in January 2010 in San Diego, California.
This multisession course demonstrates the effectiveness of MBI as a complementary screening tool with mammography for women with dense breasts.
The study compared a single-session intervention and a multisession intervention (two prerelease and four post-release).
New features include advanced multiprobes for multi-interface, multitopology and multisession remote monitoring and collaboration; application analysis functionality that allows network administrators to view and troubleshoot application performance, then drill down to conversational problems; a 4-GB reserved memory capture buffer for high-capacity networks; and a wireless site-survey mode for consecutive channel scanning of 802.
Several previous studies have shown that multisession cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is effective in reducing health care utilization in patients with somatoform disorder.
Multisession access also allows users to stop the application process at any time and pickup where they left off.

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