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Noun1.TiB - a unit of information equal to 1024 gibibytes or 2^40 (1,099,511,627,776) bytes
computer memory unit - a unit for measuring computer memory
GiB, gibibyte, gigabyte, GB, G - a unit of information equal to 1024 mebibytes or 2^30 (1,073,741,824) bytes
pebibyte, PiB, petabyte, PB - a unit of information equal to 1024 tebibytes or 2^50 bytes
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Tib had to be considered, and she has a very queer temper.
Tib has killed one chap; and just after I bought her she nearly killed me.
Matt and Phred's has been on Tib Street for over 20 years now, it's a known venue, so even when the road was a lot more quiet, it was a destination.
Founded in June 1982, TIB is the first bank established in Tunisia under the regime applicable to non-resident financial institutions.
Mohamad Fekih stated, "We are delighted that TIB has successfully gone live with ICS BANKS[R].
The deputy minister said TIB extended loans through community banks, farmers' associations, in addition to savings and credit cooperative societies (SACCOs), to mak sure that smallholder farmers in rural area availed the loans.
Telecoms authority TIB removed court orders enforcing the Twitter ban from its website, and one of its officials confirmed that "there has been work to lift the ban on Twitter", without giving details.
The TiB provides multiple services utilizing Black Core transport architecture in accordance with CENTCOM enterprise fielding guidance.
TIB officials said the research was carried out on the basis of newspaper reports and group discussions they arranged to extract information and opinions of the direct or indirect experiences of a cross-section of electorates.
In developing its scorecard, the TIB modified the traditional balanced scorecard perspectives to fit its unique organization (see Exhibit 2).
North American Financial Holdings, Inc, the majority stakeholder in TIB Financial Corp, is looking to merge three banks and operate under a common charter.
The TIB report said that the judiciary was the most corrupt among the service sectors in the country followed by law enforcement agencies and the land administration as it came up with its findings on the basis of a household survey it conducted between June 2009 and May 2010.