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What is Hardware

The physical parts of a computer, as opposed to the software it runs and the information it stores. Examples of hardware include the computer itself as well as the monitor, keyboard and mouse.

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Rural Payments Agency Cash Flow Foreign position
Autoresponder Insider selling Balloon Payment
Preference Shares Asset stripper Dubitante
Pillars of the EU War Chest Office Of Exit
Bank Reconciliation Political Risk Community Acquis
ASIC Reimbursement World Intellectual Property Office
Dong Horizontal integration Landlord Reference
Golden Parachute Fiduciary Allotment
Wetware Business Continuity Planning Pessimist
Principal Place of Business Kickback Call Back Pay
Judgment Lien Dumping Western Union
Magnum opus Carriage cost NPO
Perquisite (perk) SME Share Premium

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