While most downloaded files initially included usage restrictions enforced by Fair Play, Apple's implementation of digital rights management (DRM), i Tunes later initiated a shift into selling DRM-free music in most countries, marketed as i Tunes Plus.
On January 6, 2009, Apple announced that DRM had been removed from 80% of its music catalog in the US.
Previously, this model, known as "i Tunes Plus", had been available only for music from EMI and some independent labels.
Users can sample songs by listening to previews, ninety seconds in length, or thirty seconds for short tracks.
Here is the big list of Medical terminology abbreviation @—at A & P—anatomy and physiology ab—abortion abd—abdominal ABG—arterial blood gas a.c.—before meals ac & cl—acetest and clinitest ACLS—advanced cardiac life support AD—right ear ADL—activities of daily living ad lib—as desired adm—admission afeb—afebrile, no fever AFB—acid-fast bacillus AKA—above the knee alb—albumin alt dieb—alternate days (every other day) am—morning AMA—against medical advice amal—amalgam amb—ambulate, walk AMI—acute myocardial infarction amt—amount ANS—automatic nervous system ant—anterior AOx3—alert and oriented to person, time, and place Ap—apical AP—apical pulse approx—approximately aq—aqueous ARDS—acute respiratory distress syndrome AS—left ear ASA—aspirin asap (ASAP)—as soon as possible as tol—as tolerated ATD—admission, transfer, discharge AU—both ears Ax—axillary BE—barium enema bid—twice a day bil, bilateral—both sides BK—below knee BKA—below the knee amputation bl—blood bl wk—blood work BLS—basic life support BM—bowel movement BOW—bag of waters B/P—blood pressure bpm—beats per minute BR—bed rest BRP—bathroom privileges BS—breath sounds BSI—body substance isolation BSO—bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy BUN—blood, urea, nitrogen levels BVM—bag-valve-mask bx—biopsy c—with C & S—culture and sensitivity c-spine—cervical spine CA—cancer CAD—coronary artery disease cal—calorie CAT—computerized axial tomography cath—catheter CBC—complete blood count cc—cubic centimeters CC—chief complaint CCU—coronary care unit, critical care unit CHD—coronary heart disease CHF—congestive heart failure CHO—carbohydrate chol—cholesterol circ—circumcision cl liq—clear liquid CNS—central nervous sysyem c/o—complains of COPD—chronic obstructive pulmonary disease CPK—creatine phosphokinase CPR—cardiopulmonary resuscitation CPT—chest physical therapy CS—central supply CSF—cerebrospinal fluid CT—computer tomography CVA—cerebrovascular accident (stroke) CVU—cardiovascular unit cx—cervix or complaint of CXR—chest X ray cysto—cystography d/c—discontinue D & C—dilation and curettage DAT—diet as tolerated DC—discontinue or discharge del—delivery Del.
Rm.—delivery room diff—differential DNA—deoxyribonucleic acid DNR—do not resuscitate DOA—dead on arrival DOB—date of birth DPT—diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus DRG—diagnosis-related grouping D/S—dextrose in saline DT’s—delirium tremens DW—distilled water D5W 5%—dextrose in water Dx—diagnosis EBL—estimated blood loss ECG—electrocardiogram ED—emergency department EEG—electroencephalogram EENT—eyes, ears, nose, throat EKG—electrocardiogram EMG—electromyogram EOA—esophageal obturator airway ESR—erythrocyte sedimentation rate est—estimated ER—emergency room ET—endotracheal ETA—estimated time of arrival etiol—etiology ETOH—ethyl alcohol, intoxicated exam—examination exp—exploratory ext—external, extract, extraction FBOA—foreign body obstructed airway FBS—fasting blood sugar FBW—fasting blood work FF (F.
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) the player will remember the stopping point of up to five discs when they are ejected or the player is powered off.
Managing hardware and software resources holistically reduces the cost of labor and the opportunity for human error.
Spreading computing capacity among many different computers and spreading storage capacity across multiple disks and disk groups removes single points of failure so that if any individual component fails, the system as a whole remains available.
In addition, i Tunes Store offers apps, which are applications used for various purposes (games, productivity, news, etc.) that are compatible with the i Pod Touch, i Phone, and i Pad, although some apps are specifically for the i Phone or i Pad only.
Some Apps cost money (called "Paid Apps") and some are free (called "Free Apps").