deferred entry

deferred entry

[di′fərd ′en·trē]
(computer science)
The passing of control of the central processing unit to a subroutine or to an entry point as the result of an asynchronous event.
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However, she has since deferred entry to her second year, allowing her to get her business off the ground.
The proud mum to Oshan, was allowed to make a deferred entry after taking a year out to have her son.
Now a proud mum to her one-year-old son Oshan, she has been allowed by organisers to make a deferred entry into this year's event.
But it's believed she has deferred entry until the outcome of the X Factor bootcamp.
University bosses say it's because people who apply for deferred entry this year will still have to pay increased fees.
Students who apply this year for deferred entry in 2012 are still likely to be affected by the fee hike.
Since men are required to serve in the army, they have the option to apply twice with their already attained grade; for deferred entry during their first year of military service, and the normal route in their second.
When I was at Arbroath stayed on and finished sixth year at school and applied to do sports science at Aberdeen University but deferred entry.
Applications for deferred entry were also up by 10Cross border applications from England to Scotland were up by 16.
Ms Bosworth deferred entry to the prestigious Princeton University to continue with her career and is regarded as one of the most intelligent young stars in Hollywood.
Under the terms of the deferred entry of judgment sentence, Seemayer must participate in drug rehabilitation classes, submit to random drug tests and pay $100 in restitution.