A land site where wastes are discarded in a disorderly or haphazard fashion without regard to protecting the environment. Uncontrolled dumping is an indiscriminate and illegal form of waste disposal. Problems associated with dumps include multiplication of disease-carrying organisms and pests, fires, air and water pollution, unsightliness, loss of habitat, and personal injury.
an unpermitted solid waste disposal area at which solid wastes are disposed of in a manner that does not protect the environment, are susceptible to open burning and are exposed to the elements, vectors and scavengers
To unload; specifically, a load of coal or waste; the mechanism for unloading, e.g. a car dump (sometimes called tipple); or, the pile created by such unloading, e.g. a waste dump (also called heap, pile, tip, spoil pike, etc.). Return to TERMS MENU
1. n. A collection or recitation of all available information about a problem (as in: "I need a quick dump on that issue."). 2. v. To record, at a particular instant, the contents of all or part of one storage device in another storage device.. 3. n. Data that has been dumped. 4. v. To copy data in a readable format from main or auxiliary storage onto an external medium such as tape, diskette, or printer. 5. v. To copy the contents of all or part of virtual storage .
(1) To record, at a particular instant, the contents of all or part of one storage device in another storage device. Dumping is usually for the purpose of debugging. (2) To copy data in a readable format from main or auxiliary storage onto an external medium such as tape, diskette, or printer. (3) To copy the contents of all or part of virtual storage for the purpose of collecting error information. (Back to the top)
Display memory from ADDR for U bytes on the standard EMIT device. Each line displays 16 bytes in hexadecimal and ASCII forms; any control/non-printing characters in the ASCII columns will be displayed as a period . The CONSOLE window should be set to the full screen width. Every 23 lines, a header is printed showing the low nibble value of the address for that column above both formats. DUMP allows the programmer to suspend the output; see ?PAUSE. Related Words: EMIT ?PAUSE
1) 'Off load': usually applied when a program is 'dumped,' or off-loaded to storage medium such as disk or cassette. 2) A power dump, when all power is removed from the computer. Digital : The binary code: the 01011001-style numeric language on which all computers are based. Refers to systems that are computer based. Digital sound -sound that is stored as numbers.
(v.) To play a card that avoids taking a trick. Usually implies the played card could have taken a future trick. For example, if the â™£A is played, playing the â™£K (instead of a lower club) or the â™¦A is considered dumping.
Where an attacker feigns a hard attack but plays the ball gently over the net into space (ideally). See also tip. A setter dump occurs when the setter plays the first pass directly over the net rather than setting to an attacker. A setter who dumps on a good pass is a brave man, since failure to score will invariably invoke the wrath of his hitters.
Form of a paperweight, described as having a rough punty area in vintage versions, green glass with bubbles, vertical oval, 5" tall, mantle ornament, door stop, probably named and roughly made in bottle glass shops Miller p227
To force the winning bid onto the dealer because all other players passed in the first round of bidding. Sometimes also used when a player offers a meld bid and then all remaining players pass. Can also happen if one player is running up the bid, and the person they are running it up against backs out. In all cases, an unwilling player is forced to win the bid, and may not be in a position to make a good hand of it.
Using a utility, saving a file containing music information of some form that cannot be classified as a rip. MIDI output from converters or emulators is considered a dump. Note: Raw dumps usually sound awful and need a lot of cleaning up. Do not upload dumps, and do not claim sequencing credit for a dump. (See: Complete Idiot).