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USB drive

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(Computer Science) computing another name for flash drive
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The Newcastle Hospitals NHS trust (NUTH), which runs the Royal Victoria Infirmary and the Freeman Hospital, said the memory stick blunder was down to an "individual's error" and was reported to both the HTA and the Information Commissioner's Office.
"This (memory stick) is going to be in my robe, which I'm going to wear Saturday night, sealed.
Holding up a memory stick at Thursday's press conference, Klitschko said: "I recorded a video last week, and the outcome of the fight.
Report claims disgruntled Islamic State member stole, released memory stick containing registration forms of the terrorist group with names and phone numbers
But instead, they appear to have transferred company data onto the memory stick, and left the branch saying they had been unable to find the address required for the money transfer.
Provided by the Santander Foundation, which offers grants to UK registered charities for projects that assist disadvanted people in local communities, the grant will be used to purchase ten MP3s and memory sticks to allow more people, who would not be able to receive the information via traditional channels, to have access to the specialist service.
They landed near the headquarters of Ogwen mountain rescue team and handed over the memory stick, which enabled team organisers to know exactly where the couple were stuck.
American Vahey, who taught in eight countries from 1972, killed himself in Luverne, Minnesota, on March 21 - as the FBI prepared to search the memory stick which was found at his home in Nicaragua.
Social workers and teachers have lost computer memory sticks full of sensitive data about children, councils have admitted.
Pressed by the police, the girl who was not identified, said that she had kept the memory stick with the car ignition key on a chain and that she could not recall how or where it was lost.
I am going to use the briefcase to store all my important documents and I will use the memory stick to save my information as I am also one of those people who like to surf the internet and keep what information is available," adding "Thank you Namibia Economist for organising the competition and Dstv for sponsoring."
The court heard that the information only came to light after Kausar's family suffered a burglary and the memory stick was handed to police so officers could view CCTV images of the break-in recorded on the device.