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Modern hard disk drives such as Serial attached SCSI ( SAS ) and Serial ATA ( SATA ) drives, appear at their interfaces as a contiguous set of fixed-size blocks ; for many years 512 bytes long but beginning in 2009 and accelerating through 2011, all major hard disk drive manufacturers began releasing hard disk drive platforms using the Advanced Format of 4096 byte logical blocks.
He still holds the major league record of 512 career sacrifice bunts, over 100 more than any other player.
The Shawnee Mission School District ( Kansas Unified School District 512 ) is one of the major school districts in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area.
At the time, the marks ranked behind only Taylor Douthit's totals of 547 and 566 with the Cardinals in major league history ; both records stood until, when Chet Lemon of the Chicago White Sox recorded 512 putouts and 536 total chances.
One of MPRG's major projects is keeping the traditional marine radiotelegraphy frequency of 512 kHz alive, and it has a special licence to operate on this frequency which is outside the normal amateur radio bands.
It ended up grossing $ 35, 512, 760 worldwide, making it a major box office success recouping its $ 7 million budget.
The major differences to the K750 are the included 512 MB Memory Stick PRO Duo, the introduction of the Flight mode function where all radio signals are switched off, and the stereo portable handsfree headset Sony Ericsson HPM-70, which features a 3. 5 mm headphone jack, allowing the included headphones to be swapped for any other pair of headphones which has a 3. 5 mm headphone jack.
Over the next few months major efforts were made to increase reliability, as well as add a second bank of memory to bring it to the full 512 words.
YAFFS2 is based on the YAFFS1 source code, with the major difference being that internal structures are not fixed to assume 512 byte sizing, and a block sequence number is placed on each written page.

512 and league
Having recorded career highs in points ( 18. 8 ), rebounds ( 4. 2 ), field goal percentage (. 512 ) and free-throw percentage ( a league-leading. 921 ), and leading the league with 10. 5 assists per game, Nash was named the league MVP for the second year in a row.
He went on to lead the league with a. 512 OBP, 52 runs, and 70 walks ( against just 28 strikeouts ), while hitting for a. 317 batting average ( third in the league ) in 59 games.

512 and record
It was a cluster of 20 Altix supercomputers each with 512 Intel Itanium 2 processors running Linux, and achieved sustained speed of 42. 7 trillion floating-point operations per second ( teraflops ), easily topping Japan's famed Earth Simulator's record of 35. 86 teraflops.
Several ruby-set pieces were included in the sale, notably a ring set with an 8. 24 ct gem that broke the ' price-per-carat ' record for rubies ($ 512, 925 per carat, i. e. over $ 4. 2 million in total ), and a necklace that sold for over $ 3. 7 million.
The header is padded with NUL bytes to make it fill a 512 byte record.
According to Twin Galaxies, the record high score on BurgerTime is 11, 512, 500 points, set by Bryan L. Wagner in 2008.
* March 30 – Mario de Bernardi sets a new airspeed record of 512. 776 km / h ( 318. 625 mph ) at Venice, Italy-the first over 300 mph ( 483 km / h ) and the first over 500 km / h ( 310. 5 mph ).
In baseball, as a senior, he was named the Baseball America High School Player of the Year and the State Player of the Year, and helped lead his team to the State 4A title, and finished his senior season with a. 512 batting average, 12 home runs and a state-record 56 RBI, and pitched 40 innings with a 12 – 0 record and a 0. 40 ERA.
An unofficial women's world land speed record was set in 1976 on the Alvord Desert by Kitty O ' Neil at 512 miles / hour ( 843 km / hour ).< ref >
In his senior season at Oregon, he threw for 2, 415 yards and 23 touchdowns, and he finished his college career with a 25-3 record ( including bowl wins against 12th-ranked Texas and 3rd-ranked Colorado ), 512 completions in 928 attempts ( 55. 2 %), 6911 passing yards, 59 touchdowns, 23 interceptions, and 210 rushing yards and 18 scores on 145 carries.
Though he battled through several injuries, he holds the all-time NCAA record with 9, 512 all-purpose yards, breaking the 9, 301 yards accumulated by Brian Shay of Emporia State University.
He also set an American League record with 524 total chances and 512 putouts in the outfield.
He led the team to three state tournament appearances and compiled a 32-8 record and 512 strikeouts.

Eddie and Collins
The White Sox were a strong team during their first two decades, winning the 1906 World Series with a defense-oriented team dubbed " the Hitless Wonders ", and the 1917 World Series led by Eddie Cicotte, Eddie Collins, and Shoeless Joe Jackson.
Cy Young's career is seen as a bridge from baseball's earliest days to its modern era ; he pitched against stars such as Cap Anson, already an established player when the National League was first formed in 1876, as well as against Eddie Collins, who played until 1930.
* 1887 – Eddie Collins, American baseball player ( d. 1951 )
Unknown to Williams, he had caught the eye of the Boston Red Sox's general manager, Eddie Collins, while Collins was scouting Bobby Doerr and the shortstop George Myatt in August 1936.
** Eddie Collins, American baseball player ( b. 1887 )
* Eddie Collins, ( American baseball player )
* January 30 – Eddie Collins, American vaudeville-veteran comic ( d. 1940 )
* September 2 – Eddie Collins, American vaudeville-veteran comic ( b. 1883 )
* May 2 – Eddie Collins, baseball player ( d. 1951 )
* James Dunn as Eddie Collins
Bootsy Collins has also incorporated recordings of Hazel in some of his recent releases, for example, " Good Night Eddie " on Blasters of the Universe.
* Eddie Collins, Hall of Fame baseball player.
He co-wrote many noteworthy Parliament-Funkadelic songs, and he made important contributions to P-Funk spin-off acts including Bootsy Collins and Eddie Hazel.
One of the longer-running police dramas of the day, the series featured appearances by a number of actors, familiar and unfamiliar, among whom were Lynn Borden, Kim Darby, Antonio Fargas, Tiny Tim ( in the pilot TV-movie ), Randolph Mantooth, Cal Bellini, Sharon Gless, Dabbs Greer, Bernie Kopell, Frank Gorshin, Jess Walton, Pernell Roberts, Alan Oppenheimer, Dan Kemp, E. G. Marshall, Harrison Ford, John Schuck, Ingrid Pitt, Susan Saint James, Ivan Dixon, Harry Townes, Pat Hingle, Norman Alden, Anne Francis, David Carradine, Charo, Joseph Campanella, Bill Quinn, Bernard Fox, Tyler McVey, Robert Webber, Alan Hale, Jr., Marion Ross, Marcia Strassman, Susan Sullivan, Suzanne Pleshette, Bo Hopkins, James Hong, Jeanne Cooper, Paul Winfield, Harold Gould, James Farentino, Robert Reed, Bill Bixby, David Cassidy, David Hartman, Dana Elcar, Tina Louise, Lincoln Kilpatrick, Robert Karnes, Tyler MacDuff, Greg Mullavy, Rod Serling, Gene Raymond, Francine York, Peter Mark Richman, Jennifer Gan, Clu Gulager, Joel Grey, Van Williams, John Hoyt, Scott Glenn, William Windom, Joshua Bryant, Dorothy Malone, Robert Alda, Barbara Rush, Jack Kelly, Jason Wingreen, George Takei, George Wallace, John M. Pickard, Diana Muldaur, Jodie Foster, William Katt, Lee Grant, Steve Forrest, Susan Olsen, Michael Lerner, Edward Asner, Eddie Garrett, Darwin Joston, John Rubinstein, Jack Lord, Scott Marlowe, Norman Fell, Gavin MacLeod, Gary Collins, Johnny Seven, William Shatner, Bobby Darin, Martin Sheen, Cheryl Ladd, William Daniels, William Schallert, Burgess Meredith, Vic Tayback, Arch Johnson, James Drury, Ed Flanders, Bruce Lee and Ellen Corby ( Grandma Walton of TV fame ).
The American League record is 435, held by Hall of Famer Eddie Collins.
All of them were members of a faction on the team that resented the more straight-laced players on the squad, such as second baseman Eddie Collins, a graduate of Columbia College of Columbia University, catcher Ray Schalk, and pitcher Red Faber.
Famous Texan musicians and groups include Bob Wills / Texas Playboys / Light Crust Doughboys, Milton Brown / Musical Brownies / Light Crust Doughboys, T-Bone Walker, Freddie King, Charlie Christian, Red Garland, Eddie Durham, Albert Collins, Blind Willie Johnson, Johnny Copeland, Z. Z.
Despite breaking the. 400 mark, Heilmann finished third in the 1923 American League Most Valuable Player voting behind Babe Ruth and Eddie Collins.
Carew's career total of 17 steals of home currently puts him tied for 17th on the list with former New York Giant MVP Larry Doyle and fellow Hall of Famer Eddie Collins.
: Eddie Collins, 3 ( 1912 – 1914 )
: 4 Eddie Collins ( 1910, 1919, 1923 – 1924 )
In the New Bill James Historical Baseball Abstract, Bill James named Morgan the best second baseman in baseball history, ahead of # 2 Eddie Collins and # 3 Rogers Hornsby.

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