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Encina

A Unix-based TP monitor from Transarc Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA that is layered over OSF's Distributed Computing Environment (DCE). IBM acquired Transarc in 1994 and based its CICS/6000 TP monitor on Encina. Later renamed the IBM Pittsburgh Lab, the company was the first to successfully process one billion transactions in 24 hours, a breakthrough in computing performance. Encina and BEA Tuxedo are the major TP monitors in the Unix client/server environment.
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Ateneo's Marck Espejo attacks Emilio Aguinaldo College's Israel Encina and Hariel Doguna during their Spikers' Turf Collegiate Conference match at The Arena in San Juan yesterday.
This micropropagation method shows a 50% of rooting and an excellent rate of acclimatization (PADILLA and ENCINA, 2004).
Instead of presenting the traditional birth narrative with biblical shepherds, Encina breaks from liturgical and pastoral expectations to suspend the religious celebration and address issues of personal recognition and recompense.
Nuestra linea de trabajo intentara entonces, contrastar la interpretacion de Encina con la de otros autores que se han abocado a plantear las causas de este conflicto (1).
Our library system is not your grandmother's library anymore, but it is definitely welcome," Encina said.
Unlike the typical film that works to "discipline" the viewer's gaze by directing it through classical analytical editing to seek out information that forwards the plot at the expense of the rest of the visual field, Encina opts for a strategy more suited to the alterations imposed on perception by the static, perturbed state of waiting.
She was a graduate of Encina High School in Sacremento, CA, Class of 1977 and attended the American River College in Carmicheal, CA.
Written and directed by debuting local helmer Paz Encina, it is the first 35mm all-Paraguay feature since the '70s.
SCOTLAND'S Sam Torrance completed a unique Irish double when he closed with a two under par 69 and then defeated America's Jerry Bruner, Chile's Guillermo Encina and Australia's Stewart Ginn on the second hole of a four-man play-off for the AIB Irish Seniors Open in Cork.
Earlier, Chile's Guillermo Encina and Australia's Stewart Ginn dropped out on the first extra hole when they failed to match the birdies made by the other two.
Stanford's Encina Hall, with 6,212 square feet of window film, has saved about $5,000 annually.