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I won't stay an instant longer, uncle--I wouldn't interrupt you for the world.
I am shocked, uncle, to interrupt you again--but these horrid hats of Arnold's are beginning to weigh upon my mind.
Using Burke's 1991 Identity Theory conceptualization, this paper explores how the unique context of prison interrupts the paternal identity confirmation process, which subsequently affects familial relationships and reconnection.
The drive typically interrupts the host multiple times for each command it completes.
Jimmy Jump is a character who interrupts major international spectacles.
The toxin also interrupts the same signaling cascade in dendritic cells, another class of immune cells, Bali Pulendran of the Emory Vaccine Research Center in Atlanta and his coworkers report in the July 17 Nature.
If your storytopping bud only tops your tales of good fortune (she interrupts your news of getting the lead in the play with a story about accidentally flashing the audience during her dance recital), it's possible your successes plays on her insecurities.
INTEGRITY delivers maximum responsiveness and determinism by running with interrupts continuously enabled and guaranteeing access to the CPU and memory for critical tasks.
The entrance is located on the boulevard and interrupts the undulations on the false facade.
Leptin, Rubinstein said, interrupts the gluconeogenesis function of insulin.
Nested interrupts are permitted, and very fast context switch times can be achieved.
These servicing interrupts can have a significant impact on the performance of a storage system.