co-resident

co-resident

A program or module that resides in memory along with other programs.
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The report screens Millennial parents as follows: Census data profiling the living arrangements of Millennial parents focus on Millennial parents with co-resident a children.
This Is Where The Primary Co-resident Cppm Cs1000e Signaling/call Server
This significant change in policy direction, which Sullivan dates from the end of the 1990s, though others would align it with the 2007 NT intervention, is summarised aptly by Sullivan in the following terms: "[the relationship between wider government agencies and Aboriginal people] is no longer a relationship between corporate or political entities, but between citizens who happen to be co-resident and the state' (p.
Additionally, it offers powerful performance and throughput with a 32-bit processor, co-resident EPLao and ZPLao programming languages and triple connectivity.
While studies in rural areas of South Africa have reported that less than half all children are co-resident with their biological fathers at birth (Hosegood et al.
The woman sustained injuries after being pushed over by a co-resident at the facility on 29 April 2006, which resulted in marked epistaxis (nose bleed).
The first concerns the transformation in subsistence strategies as small-scale, mobile, hunter-gatherer bands became large, permanently co-resident communities.
Spanning two years, the joint effort is yielding dramatic increases in computer security including the consolidation of dissimilar operating system environments that enable a diverse array of applications to be co-resident on a single processor, multiple processors and multicore processors.
Now, a growing proportion have never been in a co-resident relationship, Mr Dench claimed.
The Warlpiri jilimi is not comparable to a Western middle-class household with a relatively small and fixed family membership, with its rather occasional 'guests' or co-resident, determinate 'other' relatives.
lt;p>Points of presence <p>To reliably and cost-effectively support global business to business (B2B) connectivity, Tata's Global Meeting Exchange will have major telepresence service points of presence (PoPs) in Mumbai in India, New York in the US, and London in the UK, and minor points of presence co-resident in Tata's global MPLS PoPs in major cities around the world.
To reliably support global business to business (B2B) connectivity, Tata's Global Meeting Exchange will have tele-presence service points of presence (PoPs) in Mumbai, India, New York, USA, and London, UK, and minor points of presence co-resident in its global MPLS PoPs in major cities worldwide.