general routine

general routine

[¦jen·rəl rü′tēn]
(computer science)
In computers, a routine, or program, applicable to a class of problems; it provides instructions for solving a specific problem when appropriate parameters are supplied.
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Our general routine was this: -- Pompey, having rolled himself well in the mud, sat upon end at the shop door, until he observed a dandy approaching in bright boots.
She understood the general routine of mining, and had been daily picturing him going down in the cage to the bottom, travelling through a long entry until he was under his home farm and located in one of the low, three-foot rooms where a Kansas miner must stoop all day.
Tenders are invited for Operation And General Routine Maintenance Of 18 Nos.
Kirby says also be sure to keep your general routine in place to limit stress.
Hopefully before the end of the year, we will be introducing voluntary counselling and testing for HIV into the general routine check-up for pregnant women as they come for the ante-natal care at the Primary Healthcare Centres, Women's Hospital as well as private clinics to know their status in order to ensure their babies are protected from getting the virus in case the mothers tested positive," Dr Abdullatif al-Khal Hamad, of Clinical Aids Programme at HMC, told Gulf Times in an interview.
Regular mini breaks are a good way of ensuring that we spend quality time together as a family away from the general routine and day-to-day pressures.
Maintaining a general routine is one way that people can help balance themselves.
No chapter or chapter committee, except by express written permission of the chair of the CalCPA Board, shall communicate with, (a) any federal or state governmental body, bureau, commission, or unit, concerning matters affecting the profession in California as a whole, or (b) any national or state professional society, except in matters relating to the dissemination of general information to the public pursuant to plans by such national or state professional society, and except in general routine matters.
Anyone who has been on CDOPS knows the general routine is fairly benign, but it often is interrupted by high-priority, quickly changing intel and tasking.
Chinese tend to give brief accounts of general routine events that center on collective activities and are often emotionally neutral.
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