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moby

(ˈmobi)
1. mod. enormous; unwieldy. (Like Herman Melville’s great white whale, Moby Dick.) This is a very moby old car.
2. n. a megabyte, a measurement of computer memory size. (A megabyte is whale-sized compared to a kilobyte.) My fixed disks give me a capacity of over two thousand mobies.
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Raised by a single mother - his father died when he was two - Moby has no wish to be a parent himself.
One thing is clear: In Trump's America, Moby may be beaten but he's not broken.
Entry to the new Moby Grape Basement Club, in Calvert Street, is PS4 all night from 8pm until 3am.
According to a statement released by News Corp, the new deal will enable Moby "to strengthen its leadership position across the regions in which it currently operates whilst working to expand its presence in new and emerging markets.
Following completion of the deal BME will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of MOBY.
Country: , UAESector: MediaTarget: MOBY Group, Broadcast Middle East (BME)Buyer: MOBY Group, News CorporationVendor: News Corporation, MOBY GroupType: Stakebuilding, Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
Moby would go on to work with such well-established rock'n'roll icons as David Bowie, Erasure, Pet Shop Boys and Michael Jackson, whether collaborating with them directly or remixing their older work.
Both Sasha and Moby were lying injured but were still breathing and are now expected to make a full recovery.
Sasha and Moby were being walked at seaside beauty spot Southerndown when they spotted the animal.
This volume in the Dictionary of Literary Biography series is devoted to Herman Melville's Moby Dick and traces the development of the author's canon, writing, and reputation.
THE cast of Spymonkey's Moby Dick set off on the Mersey ferry yesterday in search of the literary monster.
Spymonkey will arrive at the Liverpool Playhouse for the first time, in a co-production with Royal & Derngate Northampton, to present their glorious mis-telling of the classic Herman Melville Novel Moby Dick from today to Saturday and will be joined by local choir The Capriccio Singers.
Moby is the master of the synth atmospherics and he does it here again.
For better or worse, I've been going out in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, since the early 80s," explains Moby.