He was far enough away from the Sanctuary's fortress not to cause a threat to those there, so long as the two people buffering him stayed close.
In order for you to be able to view the movie, a certain amount of it must be 'downloaded' to your computer in a process called buffering.
John Carmack, author of Doom, said that if Atari "offered a dynamic cache on the RISC processors and had a tiny bit of buffering on the blitter, it could have put a reasonable fight against Sony."
While practicing yoga, you shouldn't have the frustration of constant buffering.
Phosphorus is part of a major buffering system of the bloodstream.
If you're skin has plenty of hydration, yet lacks a luminescence, you'll want to incorporate a once weekly exfoliating beauty treatment into your routine to remove dead skin while buffering the complexion.
avoid unnecessary buffering in Swing.
The movie playback is very jerky / keeps freezing / buffering or the quality isn't very good.
By comparison with many other countries of Europe our winters are mild because of the buffering effect of the Gulf Stream and surrounding seas.
These schemes also accommodate the planting of new hedgerows and the buffering of riparian vegetation.
Habitats with less natural buffering capacity, such as dwarf shrub heaths, show the strongest eutrophication signal.
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