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Though typically accessed by a DBMS through the underlying Operating system ( and often utilizing the operating systems ' File systems as intermediates for storage layout ), storage properties and configuration setting are extremely important for the efficient operation of the DBMS, and thus are closely maintained by database administrators.
Though typically accessed by a DBMS through the underlying Operating system ( and often utilizing the operating systems ' File systems as intermediates for storage layout ), storage properties and configuration setting are extremely important for the efficient operation of the DBMS, and thus are closely maintained by database administrators.
Ecuador and the U. S. agreed in 1999 to a 10-year arrangement whereby U. S. military surveillance aircraft could use the airbase at Manta, Ecuador, as a Forward Operating Location to detect drug trafficking flights through the region.
Operating from 1960 to 1972 International Halliwell Mines, Ltd. (" Halliwell "), a Canadian corporation, through its wholly owned Haitian subsidiary, La Societe d ' Exploitation et de Developpement Economique et Natural d ' Haiti (" Sedren ") mined copper near Gonaïves.
Operating positions for 2-port valves can be either shut ( closed ) so that no flow at all goes through, fully open for maximum flow, or sometimes partially open to any degree in between.
Victoria University ( VU ) is a multi-sector tertiary institution ( higher education and TAFE ) based in Melbourne, Australia. Operating out of 11 campuses in Melbourne ’ s CBD and western regions, VU offers qualifications in higher education through its Faculties of: Arts, Education and Human Development ; Business and Law ; and Health Engineering and Science ; as well as vocational education ( TAFE ), and short courses though its Faculties of: Technical and Trades Innovation, and Workforce Development.
He returned to the company's St. Louis headquarters where he continued sales efforts on the DC-10 and managed the company as a whole as President and Chief Operating Officer through 1971.
These teams stay together throughout the convention as they rotate through the control towers at OSH or FLD, FISK VFR Approach Control and the two mobile departure platforms known as MOOCOWs ( Mobile Operating and Communications Workstations ).
Operating systems that use the X Window System for graphics use ICC profiles, and support for color management on Linux, still less mature than on other platforms, is coordinated through OpenICC at freedesktop. org and makes use of LittleCMS.
Operating on the basis of the fundamental equality of all motifs and supports, through this continual re-arranging, repositioning, questioning and reinforcement, Tillmans avoids ascribing any ‘ conclusions ’ to his work and thus repeatedly subjects his own photographic vision to a perpetual re-contextualization.
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Hubbard wrote that he formed the Sea Org to help Operating Thetans push through what he called the " Wall of Fire " ( OT III, the training level that reveals the creation myth ), in isolation from anything that might distract them.
Operating today through a private contractor ( ORNGE ), the system operates 33 aircraft stationed at 26 bases across the province, performing both interfacility transfers and on-scene responses in support of ground-based EMS.
TRS-DOS ( which stood for the Tandy Radio Shack-Disk Operating System ) was the operating system for the Tandy TRS-80 line of 8-bit Zilog Z80 microcomputers that were sold through Radio Shack through the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Operating largely using independent contractors that have gone through a screening process and background checks have found a niche in the courier industry.
Operating cautiously after taking fire from British light cruisers, L-5 finds it difficult to track the action through cloud cover and plays a minimal role in the engagement, passing limited information to the commanding German admiral, Franz von Hipper, in the late stages of the battle.
* Eurostar-Eurostar is the name of both the Train Operating Company ( TOC ) and the service running passenger services from London to Paris and Brussels through the Channel Tunnel.
Rolling Stock Operating Company As well, Hands effectively became the U. K .' s biggest pub landlord through a series of acquisitions in the 1990s.
The squad signaller sent messages through to the main Forward Operating Base, to request air support and medical evacuation for the men in the gun emplacement.
Operating hours of the airparks are the same-Friday through Sunday ( except in inclement weather ) from 11: 00 A. M. to 4: 00 P. M. Pacific Time.
Operating through its local chapters nationwide, in 2011, the organization and its members provided volunteer services to charitable organizations, schools, congregations and individuals in need.
It included purported Scientology documents describing obstructionist tactics to use in the event of an arrest, as well as versions of Operating Thetan levels I through VII and purported excerpts of OT VIII.
Operating in 26 states across the country and in Puerto Rico, HealthSouth serves patients through its network of inpatient rehabilitation hospitals ( 99 ), outpatient rehabilitation satellite clinics ( 29 ) and home health agencies ( 25 ).

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Operating in small cells, the LRA carried out attacks in areas where the borders of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, and Southern Sudan intersect.
# Operating under their own brand, providing service to small and isolated communities, for whom the airline is the only reasonable link to a larger town.
Operating at 1. 2 GHz without any temperature controller, this modulator has a broad bandwidth ( from 1. 3 to 1. 6 μm ) and small footprint (~ 25 μm < sup > 2 </ sup >).
This material is transcribed, with a few small edits, from Standard Operating Procedure # 1802, US Army Engineer Reactors Group, Ft. Belvoir, VA, dated 1 July 1969.
Operating protocols may require " cracking " a gate to release a small amount of water to warn persons downstream.
Similarly, for a very small positive Operating Income ( say, $. 1 ), a 10 % increase in sales may increase Operating Income to $ 10, a 100x ( or 9, 900 %) increase, for a DOL of 990 ; in terms of margins, its Operating Margin is very small, so its DOL is very large.
The Operating and Motive Power Departments of the LMS were satisfied with the small engine policy.
Operating furnaces draw power whereas a zone damper only draws power while in motion from one state to the other ( or, in some cases, a very small amount of power while holding closed ).
Operating mostly in small towns, the group grew to include more than 100 businesses, including newspapers, radio stations, television stations, cable television operations, and billboard companies.
Operating from a small bedroom, the show ’ s one-hour reports were broadcast as monthly specials by a new television station — GMA Network.
Verizon Delaware LLC, formerly The Diamond State Telephone Company, is the Bell Operating Company of Delaware, and small parts of southeastern Pennsylvania.

Operating and their
Operating systems include many standard Software libraries, and applications are often distributed with their own libraries.
It is worth noting that all modern computer Operating Systems retain date information of files outside of their titles, allowing the user to choose which format they prefer and have them sorted thus, irrespective of the files ' names.
RCA ’ s Virtual Memory Systems, the Spectra 70 / 46 and 70 / 61 and the RCA 3 and 7 could also run their Virtual Memory Operating System, VMOS.
In 1919, shortly after the Morkrum company obtained their patent for a start-stop synchronizing method for code telegraph systems, which made possible the practical teleprinter, Kleinschmidt filed an application titled " Method of and Apparatus for Operating Printing Telegraphs " which included an improved start-stop method.
* An Overview of Satellite Operating Frequencies and their Applications.
) Operating in an extensive transnational black market, Snakeheads reap considerable profits from their smuggling operations and both are regarded and consider themselves not as criminals but as resourceful guides.
An asterisk (*) following the committee name indicates a Lodge Standing Committee, those committees without an asterisk are Operating Committees, and are created by the Lodge Vice Chiefs each year to aid them in the execution of their duties.
All Operating Committees and their respective chairman must be approved by the Lodge Executive Committee.
Operating around the clock, scientists, engineers, and flight controllers in the POC link Earth-bound researchers throughout the world with their experiments and astronauts aboard the ISS.
Operating out of their main station on Beekman-Poughquag Road, the fire district has all of their equipment in one place.
These machines ran some form of DOS ( Disk Operating System ) and their BIOS provided very poor support for serial communications — so poor that it fell far short of the needs of any non-trivial communications task.
Operating rules presently limit their top speed to.
Operating over a fifty mile front, from Ratisbon to Pfaffenhofen, marked by stretches of rugged, wooded terrain, neither the French nor the Austrians had developed adequate intelligence about their opponent's strength, dispositions or intentions.
The debate of making incumbent cable operators obligated to allow competitors to wire into their infrastructure is comparable to the Bell Operating Company ( BOC ) issue that split into the Regional Bell Operating Companies.
* Operating the city with a professional understanding of how all city functions operate together to their best effect ;
NEC supplied several generations of mainframe hardware at the high end, which would run both GCOS 8 and their own ACOS-4 Operating System.
To foster competition in both the long distance and local markets, the 1996 Act created a process by which the Regional Bell Operating Companies (“ RBOCs ”) would be free to offer long distance service ( which was not permitted under one of the terms of the 1982 Consent Decree settling the government ’ s antitrust case against the former Bell System monopoly ) once they made a showing that their local markets had been opened up to competition.
An example of a 10-10 Dial around could be as follows: a caller may have AT & T as their assigned long Distance Carrier with their Local Exchange Carrier ( LEC ), also known as a regional Bell Operating Company ( RBOC ).
Many Train Operating Companies ( TOCs ) such as Southern have altered their penalty fare policies and have removed many permit to travel machines ; while others, such as Southeastern and Chiltern Railways, have installed more machines recently.
Operating in the area until the 1950s was a network of electrically operated trolley buses which received their power from overhead power lines.
In the U. S., the Bell Operating Companies and their cellular divisions had been prohibited by the FCC from offering voice-mail and other enhanced services such as paging and telephone answering services ( no such prohibition existed in foreign countries ).

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