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  2. Shipping container - Wikipedia

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    Specialized shipping containers include: high cube containers (providing an extra 1 ft (305 mm) in height to standard shipping containers), pallet wides, open tops, side loaders, double door or tunnel-tainers, and temperature controlled containers. Another specialized container, known as Transtainer, is a portable fuel and oil freight container.

  3. Amiibo - Wikipedia

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    Amiibo (/ ə ˈ m iː b oʊ /, ə-MEE-boh; officially stylized as amiibo; plural: Amiibo) is a toys-to-life platform by Nintendo, which was launched in November 2014.It consists of a wireless communications and storage protocol for connecting figurines to the Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo Switch video game consoles.

  4. Small satellite - Wikipedia

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    The term "nanosatellite" or "nanosat" is applied to an artificial satellite with a wet mass between 1 and 10 kg (2.2 and 22.0 lb). Designs and proposed designs of these types may be launched individually, or they may have multiple nanosatellites working together or in formation, in which case, sometimes the term "satellite swarm" or "fractionated spacecraft" may be applied.

  5. Microform - Wikipedia

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    Using the daguerreotype process, John Benjamin Dancer was one of the first to produce microphotographs, in 1839. He achieved a reduction ratio of 160:1. Dancer refined his reduction procedures with Frederick Scott Archer's wet collodion process, developed in 1850–51, but he dismissed his decades-long work on microphotographs as a personal hobby and did not document his procedures.

  6. Solid-state drive - Wikipedia

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    Storage capacity In 2018, SSDs were available in sizes up to 100 TB, but less costly, 120 to 512 GB models were more common. In 2018, HDDs of up to 16 TB were available. Reliability – data retention If left without power, worn out SSDs typically start to lose data after about one to two years in storage, depending on temperature.

  7. Jar - Wikipedia

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    A jar is a rigid, cylindrical or slightly conical container, typically made of glass, ceramic, or plastic, with a wide mouth or opening that can be closed with a lid, screw cap, lug cap, cork stopper, roll-on cap, crimp-on cap, press-on cap, plastic shrink, heat sealed lidding film, an inner seal, a tamper-evident band, or other suitable means.

  8. Butter - Wikipedia

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    The sticks measure 4 + 3 ⁄ 4 by 1 + 1 ⁄ 4 by 1 + 1 ⁄ 4 inches (121 mm × 32 mm × 32 mm) and are typically sold stacked two by two in elongated cube-shaped boxes. [47] West of the Rocky Mountains, butter printers standardized on a different shape that is now referred to as the Western-pack shape.

  9. Water - Wikipedia

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    Water (H2 O) is a polar inorganic compound that is at room temperature a tasteless and odorless liquid, nearly colorless with a hint of blue.This simplest hydrogen chalcogenide is by far the most studied chemical compound and is described as the "universal solvent" for its ability to dissolve many substances.