stacks

  1. a large number or amount
  2. storage space consisting of an extensive arrangement of bookshelves in a library where most of the books are stored

stacks

[n] - storage space consisting of an extensive arrangement of bookshelves in a library where most of the books are stored
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stacks

noun storage space in a library consisting of an extensive arrangement of bookshelves where most of the books are stored
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Stacks

[Mac OS] Stacks are a feature first found in Apple`s operating system, Mac OS X v10.5 `Leopard`. As the name implies, they `stack` files into a small organized folder on the Dock. At the WWDC07 Keynote Presentation, Steve Jobs stated that in Leopard, the user will be given a default stack called Downloads, in which all downloaded content wi...
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Stacks

An area of shelves in a library
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Stacks

Stacks is slang for a lot, a large amount.
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Stacks

you will often hear the TCP/IP protocols referred to as 'stacks' - this comes from the way the protocols build up, each new one sitting on top of the others to provide more services - FTP uses TCP which uses IP which uses SLIP - see Protocol stack
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