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Term: waxing Class:  
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Created 28 April 2017
Last modified 28 April 2017
Contributed by Jeremy DeBarry

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Definition: Change that is limited to appending content in a way that does not in itself disrupt or displace previously recorded content.
 persistence 
Examples: Examples of waxing objects include live sensor-based data feeds, citation databases, and serial publications.