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direct access

n
(Computer Science) a method of reading data from a computer file without reading through the file from the beginning as on a disk or drum. Also called: random access Compare sequential access
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A giant boulder prevented direct access to the gravel bed.
Undoubtedly by the garden path and the back door, from which there is direct access to the study.
Moreover, direct access to OB/GYNs will be mandated at a national level with the passage of federal health care reform.
Direct access is one important solution that will extend the state's financial reserves, protect the economy and help serve the diverse needs of California energy consumers.
Important rights include: the right to get emergency treatment; the right to see a specialist; direct access to obstetricians/gynecologists and pediatricians; and access to clinical trials when standard treatment is not effective.
The Direct Access File System (DAFS) protocol promises to deliver the TCO advantages demonstrated by Network Appliance Filers to SAN and machine room environments, with significant database performance enhancements.
After their exhaustive search of Southern New Jersey markets, Airborne determined that Runnemede Corporate Center once again offered the prestigious address, direct access to Philadelphia International Airport, and technological sophistication necessary to create their new freight/distribution facility," said Mr.
Dun's Direct Access gives business marketers, analysts, sales managers and researchers in virtually every industry the ability to search, access and download comprehensive, up-to-date marketing information in minutes.
The Direct Access Sockets (DASockets) open source standardization effort is also working to provide interoperable traditional sockets emulation on other open system platforms.
The 58-acre property is located with direct access to Interstate 684 and the Goldens Bridge MetroNorth train station.
If Wilson signs the bill, which HMO reform advocates described as modest, California will join 15 other states in giving women direct access to gynecologists and obstetricians.

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