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DEFINITION: An early form of memory built by hand from tiny rings of magnetizable material threaded onto very fine wire to form large (e.g. 13"x13" or more) rectangular arrays and sandwiched in between printed circuit boards. It became obsolete with the advent of semiconductor memory.
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