non-volatile memory

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non-volatile memory

[ˈnɒnˌvɒlətəɪlˈmemərɪ] N (Comput) → memoria f permanente
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MEMS accelerometer ( one of the simplest but most applicable micro- electromechanical system) is used to record the speed and engine temperature in permanent memory for later reference," said R.
Lady Kishwar Desai, a Trustee behind the 1-million pound global fund-raising efforts for the statue, said, "To have a permanent memory of Mahatma Gandhi in front of the British Parliament is something every Indian and British-Asian would have wished for.
The KT-e08 Universal Remote features 6000 brand codes and has permanent memory making it easy to set up and remember the codes.
Let us take a minute to look at the definition of trauma: Trauma occurs when one experiences a life-threatening situation or even just a situation that frightens and leaves a permanent memory.
She has been in five comas and on ventilators, had blood clots in her lung and leg, extreme blood toxicity, paralysis, temporary loss of sight, massive hair loss, severe debilitating headaches, temporary loss of speech, confusion, permanent memory loss, insomnia, constant infections due to suppressed immunity and over 20 stays in intensive care.
Operating parameters can be stored in permanent memory and recalled when needed.
Older people who weather a severe bacterial infection, illness, surgery or other immune challenge often experience permanent memory impairment.
Heavily emphasizing ECTs dire threat to Carrie's crucial recollection overrode the brief passing statement that ECT poses no danger of permanent memory loss.
Hirsch has developed the notion of "postmemory" to describe the odd status of the children of former "Czernowitzers" who were raised and formed in their families with a permanent memory and discussion of a city and its Jewish life they actually had never seen so that they could recall all the former street and family names, the magazines, synagogues as a kind of "ghosts of home.
The cup and its associated usage is an externalised expression of the intensity of the inner experience for the artist in the confronting of place(s) and in the making of that confrontation a plastic and permanent memory.
The color, touchscreen controller features pre-programmed methods stored in permanent memory for adding necessary reagents to samples and to control the heat of samples automatically.
THE QE2 said goodbye to the North East with a spectacular firework display - but Journal readers have the chance to own a permanent memory of its final visit.

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