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Vacuum Tubes Integrated Circuits
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Large Scale Integration Central Processing Unit
3,632 wordsOverview Nothing epitomizes modern life better than the computer. For better or worse, computers have infiltrated every aspect of our society. Today computers do much more than simply compute: supermarket scanners calculate our grocery bill while keeping store inventory; computerized telephone switching centers play traffic cop to millions of calls and keep lines of communication untangled; and automatic teller machines (ATM) let us conduct banking transactions from virtually anywhere in the wor...
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Cultural Anthropology Italian Mafia
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One Of The First Generation Immigrants
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20 Th Century Irish Immigrants
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Second World War Lost Their Lives
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World War Ii End Of The 1930
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