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Look up blocking, block in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
For blocking on Wikipedia, please see Wikipedia:Blocking policy.

Blocking may refer to: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary (a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary) is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 151 languages. ...

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In theatre or film: In computing (specifically data transmission and data storage), block size indicates a nominal size, usually expressed in bytes or bits, of a block of data. ... Block storage refers to the direct access to random disk blocks in computer disk storage. ...

  • Blocking (stage), the movement and positioning of actors on the stage (and in film, within the frame)
  • Blocking (improv), in improvisation, an actor who does not accept the dramatic world set up by other actors

Blocking may also refer to: Insert non-formatted text hereBlocking is a theatre term which refers to the precise movement and positioning == of == a little fish. ... Blocking is a term used in theatrical improvisation (or improv) and theatre sports to designate an actor who does not accept the dramatic world set up by other actors and declines offers made by an actor to come into that dramatic imaginary world. ...

In knitting, crochet and other textile arts, blocking is a family of techniques for setting the stable dimensions of a finished textile piece by pinning it to the desired size and annealing it with heat and moisture, e. ... In American football, blocking occurs when one player obstructs another players path with his body. ... In the statistical theory of the design of experiments, blocking is the arranging of experimental units in groups (blocks) which are similar to one another. ... A block is a technique in martial arts that prevents an attack from making contact with the body. ... Blocking intended for cabinets In construction blocking refers to pieces of wood or other material that run between wall studs in order to provide support and attachment sites for mounted hardware such as cabinets, shelving, or bathroom towel bars. ... In a multitasking computer system, individual tasks, or threads of execution, must share the resources of the system. ... “Stutter” redirects here. ... In psychiatry, thought disorder or formal thought disorder is a term used to describe a pattern of disordered language use that is presumed to reflect disordered thinking. ... This article or section is in need of attention from an expert on the subject. ... In fencing, the parry is a defensive manoeuvre intended to deflect or block an attempted hit. ... Original image, with good color grade. ... Facing is a common tool in the retail industry to create the look of a perfectly stocked store (even when it is not) by pulling all of the products on a display or shelf to the front. ... In sport, defense (AmE) and defence (CwE) is the action of preventing an opponent from scoring. ...

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Smarty (329 words)
In other words, they enclose a template block and operate on the contents of this block.
Note that the template block will have already been processed by Smarty, so all you will receive is the template output, not the template source.
is passed by reference to the function implementation and provides a possibility for it to control how many times the block is displayed.
Block - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (205 words)
Block (toy), one of a set of wooden or plastic pieces of various shapes
Block (sailing), a pulley or a number of pulleys enclosed in sheaves
Census block, the smallest geographical unit in the U.S. Census Bureau
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