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instantiate

instantiate

(1) To launch or run.

(2) In object technology, to create an object of a specific class. See instance.
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89) We do not know whether these would have been the only moral Forms that were not empty before the cosmos came into being, as we are not told very much about the demiurge, whose nature may (or may not) happen to be such as to instantiate other moral Forms as well, conceivably even all of them.
If the requested resources are plausible, it commands the organization task to instantiate and adapt interior software and communication in the partition, and adapts the scheduling accordingly.
And an application includes four components: activities, services, broadcast receivers, and content providers, which the application instantiates and runs as required.
On the other hand, its form is "Every S is P, therefore Some S is P", hence it does not instantiate argument form (1).
These elements are usually coupled with external factors such as regulatory compliance, market dynamics and consumer attitudes to instantiate a given model.
But it will take unique, aggressive, or mindful companies to instantiate the focus-on-customer-at-all-costs approach.
We applaud vendor approaches that support the customer's vision with software to instantiate the vision, and well-designed metrics to later prove that the vision is in fact realizable.
VST enables data center operators to instantiate high performance virtual switches on the fly, providing relief from an entire class of problems that plague the enterprise data center.
Vasari's whole historiographical project seems to Eriksen to instantiate a ""work of epic scope and intention.
Kind Transubstantiation: It would be possible for an object to instantiate the same substance kinds it actually instantiates, even if all its causal powers were different.
This causes the CGI program to instantiate and the server will attach the standard output file handle of the CGI program to the socket connection back to the browser.
It is proposed that connective processes are organized not by space-time parameters, but by semantic parameters (such as semantic proximity), which instantiate nonlocal connections between distant semantic fields.