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commit

To physically update to a record. See two-phase commit.
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If states are permitted to continue ignoring the gist, if not the letter, of Crane and like precedents, there is effectively no limit to using the same rationale that underlies SVP civil commitment to broaden the scope of committable offenders.
The New Norfolk offers a beautifully revitalized waterfront and 1,000 committable rooms within walking distance of 176,000 square feet of meeting space in a vibrant downtown.
the Lawrence Convention Center when compared to its principal competitors ranks 17th out of 17; and with 2,050 committable downtown hotel rooms, Pittsburgh is at a competitive disadvantage and needs additional new hotel rooms adjacent to the convention center.
Rising from Waikiki's edge, it is supported by more than 10,000 committable hotel rooms within a mile.
With almost 400 hotels, the Daytona Beach area has approximately 13,000 guest rooms and 4,500 committable areawide.
Named a 2001 Great American Place by American Heritage magazine and selected Best Big City in the South by Money magazine, the revitalized waterfront of New Norfolk offers meeting planners 2,600 committable guest rooms and 176,000 square feet of meeting space.
The city's hotels offer 5,205 rooms with 2,600 committable rooms.
The Kansas City area now offers more than 25,000 rooms, 12,000 of which are committable for conventions.
In fact, there are more committable rooms available for conventions than any other major destination.
Overall, downtown San Antonio offers more than 9,000 committable rooms.
The 10,000 committable rooms and 48,000 hotel and motel units throughout Greater Miami and the Beaches make the area a perfect site for conventions.