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routine

1. Computing a program or part of a program performing a specific function
2. a set sequence of dance steps

routine

[rü′tēn]
(computer science)
A set of digital computer instructions designed and constructed so as to accomplish a specified function.

routine

routine

A set of instructions that perform a task. Same as subroutine, module, procedure and function.
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The findings are limited by the study's cross-sectional, observational design, the lack of accounting for the differences in children's diets or in their physical activity levels, and the reliance on parental reports for assessing household routine compliance.
This example caught my attention because it confirmed that children understand that a routine is a sequence or a regular course of procedures or actions.
Last week, Tormey and her all-star partner, Paul Karmiryan, performed an electrifying routine.
The routine tasks that are components of rooming the clinic patient are increasing in number," wrote James L Wofford, MD, of Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, N.
Bailey Lee-Travers competed in the male 13-14 and a superb first routine placed him in a strong fourth position.
The second line, the one of Practice, focuses on the internal dynamics of ORs, on their different parts and interconnections (Parmigiani & Howard-Grenville, 2011), on the practice of routines, on how they operate and on how they are reproduced or changed according to how people enact them in the daily routine of organizations (Feldman, 2000; Feldman & Pentland, 2003; Pentland & Feldman, 2008).
In fact, because there is less reason for autistic meltdown when following a routine, I have developed routine OCD in order to keep Charlie feeling safe and comfortable.
Tankering Services; Routine, Non-Routine and Specialist Services for the transportation of Sewage sludge: raw primary, secondary, or surplus activated, or a mixture of these types, in addition to wastewater and other related products, to service the whole of the Anglian Water region.
The multinational survey of more than 10,000 mothers was designed to investigate the relationship between a bedtime routine - the activities that occur just before lights out - and how well children sleep.
Occupations that involve predominantly routine tasks have seen their share of overall employment fall since the late 1970s.
In the video, Rohrback leads viewers through Prancercise routines from trotting to shadow-box galloping.