constant instruction

constant instruction

[′kän·stənt in¦strək·shən]
(computer science)
A nonexecutable instruction.
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Be kind whenever possible" is the constant instruction of the spiritual leader of the Tibetan people.
And instead of constant instruction, it is better to simply supply a word of advice or a small suggestion now and then.
A constant instruction is "high kicks, keep your chests up, ladies, and keep smiling," she said.
Otherwise, they'll become too dependent on you for constant instruction and hesitate to be spontaneous.
We're inclined to believe the myth - all too frequently perpetuated by a nannying government which claims to know us better than we know ourselves - that we're a nation totally driven by consumerism and trivia and so obsessed with our own problems we need constant instruction on how to conduct our lives.
PLMCs continue to further their knowledge through constant instructions, coaching, and training from the most outstanding people in the field of luxury real estate.
com%2Fa%2FVuqaD&already_submitted=true&submit_title=) Reddit thread about the project, one Uber driver in Charlotte reports that the Bop It game was stolen from the cars on the first night they had it in the back seat, while others point out that listening to the constant instructions from the game ("Bop it" "Twist it" "Pull it") would quickly become annoying for the driver.
Our soldiers receive constant instructions to avoid any confrontations with the Lebanese Army," Abu Fidaa added.
Raikkonen saw red at constant instructions from his engineers to warm his tyres in the race two weeks ago.
Al Felasi stressed that there were constant instructions from Eissam Issa Al Humaidan, Dubai Attorney-General, to all traffic prosecutors to expedite the probe and action on serious traffic accidents.
After investigation, Mr Ford now understands that our application process was carried out under the constant instructions given to us by his office, which unfortunately, due the avalanche of applications after February 1, placed their admin systems under extreme pressure.

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