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(RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)
The act of approaching or entering; an advance.
The quality of being easy to approach or enter.
(quote-text)|title=The Adventures of Jimmie Dale| chapter=15| passage=The Magpie's flashlight, as he shifted it from his right hand to his left and wrenched out his revolver, had fallen upon two men crouched close against the wall by the library door—and he screamed out in an access of fury. "De double cross! A plant! De bulls! You damned snitch, Larry!" screamed out the Magpie—and fired.
1946, (w), ''A Study of History'' (Abridgement of Volumes I-VI by D.C. Somervell)
- It appears that, about the middle of the fourth century of the Christian Era, the Germans in the Roman service started the new practice of retaining their native names; and this change of etiquette, which seems to have been abrupt, points to a sudden access of self-confidence and self-assurance in the souls of the barbarian ''personnel'' which had previously been content to 'go Roman' without reservations.
The process of locating data in memory.
2011, Victor Pankratius, Ali-Reza Adl-Tabatabai, Walter Tichy, ''Fundamentals of Multicore Software Development'' (page 74)
- Operations on C++ volatiles do put the compiler on notice that the object may be modified asynchronously, and hence are generally safer to use than ordinary variable accesses.
(1) or assent.
To gain or obtain access to.
To have access to (data).
''I can't access most of the data on the computer without a password.''