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A Coroutine Language.

A Pascal-based implementation of coroutines.

["Coroutines", C.D. Marlin, LNCS 95, Springer 1980].
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access control list

A set of data associated with a file, directory or other network resource that defines the permissions that users, groups, processes or devices have for accessing it. See access control and wildcard mask.
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Tetreault concluded the interview with Windspeaker by stating that the ACLS is an equal opportunity employer, but there is a shortage of Aboriginal surveyors.
Although no concrete evidence indicates that the Q-angle plays a major role in ACL tears, evidence shows that it contributes to patellofemoral tracking problems and anterior knee pain.
Williams, a standout guard who was named Pac-10 Player of the Year and led the league in scoring her sophomore season, had torn the anterior cruciate ligament, commonly called the ACL. The injury ended her season before it began.
ACLS: Rapid Review and Case Scenarios by Grauer and Cavallaro is a 370-page paperback book to complement the materials used in the ACLS course, especially its textbook.
ACLS, BLS, PALS and NRP certifications from the ACLS Certification Institute are valid for two years.
Their ligaments were compared to the ACLs in uninjured people of similar height and weight.
Three Worcester orthopedic surgeons who watched Sunday's replays of the star quarterback clutching his left knee, clearly in pain, talked in general terms about ACLs and what happens when they tear.
The product features multi-layer Access Control Lists (ACLs) and Guest VLAN for users yet to be authenticated.
Several prior case series have demonstrated increased neurologically intact survival following thrombolytic therapy in patients with cardiac arrest refractory to Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) measures.
Some target products allow administrators to use access control lists (ACLs) to control initiators' access to target volumes with finer granularity.
Once inside seven miles, pilots can reference ILS (bull's-eye) and/or ACLS (automatic-carrier-landing system or "needles") to guide them.