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  • 21 Densha de Go! — Final logo Developer(s) Taito, Unbalance (PC only), Ongakukan (in cooperation with Taito), Square Enix, Gree Initial release …

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  • 22 Employment Protection Legislation — (EPL) refers to all types of employment protection measures, whether grounded primarily in legislation, court rulings, collectively bargained conditions of employment or customary practice [OECD Employment Outlook, June 1999, Chapter 2,… …

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  • 23 Serializability — In concurrency control of databases,[1][2] transaction processing (transaction management), and various transactional applications (e.g., transactional memory[3] and software transactional memory), both centralized and distributed, a transaction… …

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  • 24 rigor — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. harshness, hardness, austerity, severity, stringency, rigorousness, strictness, rigidity, inflexibility, sternness. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. rigidity, stiffness, inflexibility, hardness, sternness,… …

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  • 25 severity — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Strictness Nouns 1. severity; strictness, harshness, rigor, stringency, austerity, straight face; ill treatment; inclemency, pitilessness, arrogance. See insolence, violence, authority. 2. (strict rule)… …

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  • 26 Non-interference (security) — This article is about a security policy model. For the Buddhist concept, see Noninterference (Buddhism). Non interference is a strict multilevel security policy model, first described by Goguen and Meseguer in 1982, and amplified further in 1984 …

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  • 27 Autumn Tokyo Tournament — The Autumn Tokyo Tournament is a fictional event depicted in the Eyeshield 21 manga series.When the Deimon Devil Bats were about to begin their Death March training, the team match up was already established on the Internet. After Deimon High… …

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  • 28 Legalism — Le gal*ism (l[=e] gal*[i^]z m), n. Strictness, or the doctrine of strictness, in conforming to law. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 29 Observance — Ob*serv ance, n. [F. observance, L. observantia. See {Observant}.] 1. The act or practice of observing or noticing with attention; a heeding or keeping with care; performance; usually with a sense of strictness and fidelity; as, the observance of …

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  • 30 Rigor — Rig or, n. [OE. rigour, OF. rigour, F. rigueur, from L. rigor, fr. rigere to be stiff. See {Rigid}.] [Written also {rigour}.] 1. The becoming stiff or rigid; the state of being rigid; rigidity; stiffness; hardness. [1913 Webster] The rest his… …

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  • 31 Rigorism — Rig or*ism, n. [Cf. F. rigorisme.] 1. Rigidity in principle or practice; strictness; opposed to {laxity}. [1913 Webster] 2. Severity, as of style, or the like. Jefferson. [1913 Webster] 3. (Ethics) Strictness in ethical principles; usually… …

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  • 32 rigour — Rigor Rig or, n. [OE. rigour, OF. rigour, F. rigueur, from L. rigor, fr. rigere to be stiff. See {Rigid}.] [Written also {rigour}.] 1. The becoming stiff or rigid; the state of being rigid; rigidity; stiffness; hardness. [1913 Webster] The rest… …

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  • 33 Severities — Severity Se*ver i*ty, n.; pl. {Severities}. [L. severitas: cf. F. s[ e]v[ e]rit[ e].] The quality or state of being severe. Specifically: [1913 Webster] (a) Gravity or austerity; extreme strictness; rigor; harshness; as, the severity of a… …

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  • 34 Severity — Se*ver i*ty, n.; pl. {Severities}. [L. severitas: cf. F. s[ e]v[ e]rit[ e].] The quality or state of being severe. Specifically: [1913 Webster] (a) Gravity or austerity; extreme strictness; rigor; harshness; as, the severity of a reprimand or a… …

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  • 35 rigor — noun Etymology: Middle English rigour, from Anglo French, from Latin rigor, literally, stiffness, from rigēre to be stiff Date: 14th century 1. a. (1) harsh inflexibility in opinion, temper, or judgment ; severity (2) the quality of being… …

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  • 36 stringent — adjective Etymology: Latin stringent , stringens, present participle of stringere Date: 1736 1. tight, constricted 2. marked by rigor, strictness, or severity especially with regard to rule or standard < stringent decontamination procedures > 3.… …

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  • 37 Cato the Elder — Marcus Porcius Cato Maior, Cato the Elder Marcus Porcius Cato[1] (234 BC, Tusculum – 149 BC) was a Roman statesman, commonly referred to as Censorius (the Censor), Sapiens (the Wise), Priscus (the Ancient), or Major, Cato the El …

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  • 38 Two phase locking — In databases and transaction processing, two phase locking, (2PL) is a concurrency control locking protocol, mechanism, that guarantees serializability. It is also the name of the resulting class (set) of transaction schedules. Using locks that… …

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  • 39 Strict programming language — A strict programming language is one in which only strict functions (functions whose parameters must be evaluated completely before they may be called) may be defined by the user. A non strict programming language allows the user to define non… …

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  • 40 Schedule (computer science) — In the fields of databases and transaction processing (transaction management), a schedule (also called history) of a system is an abstract model to describe execution of transactions running in the system. Often it is a list of operations… …

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