CLIST


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CLIST

[′sē‚list]
(computer science)
A file containing a series of commands that are processed in the order given when the file is entered. Acronym for command list.
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Crash investigator PC Nik Stafford confirmed the Mini driven by Mr Clist was travelling well within the speed limit, had no significant mechanical defects and although it was a frosty evening there was no ice on the road.
A static Cardiff defence allowed Pittman through and while Heaton did well to block the initial effort, it fell to Clist whose shot took a deflection, but nestled in the corner.
* Rudy Gestede puts pressure on Oxford United's Jake Wright * Bluebirds winger Craig Conway takes on Oxford's Asa Hall Cardiff City''s Ibrahim Farah is put under pressure by Oxford United's Simon Clist at the Kassam Stadium last night
There are other free electronic titles that wouldn't be classified as CLIST journals, but that include many articles dealing with, for example, copyright issues in the digital age.
"Courtyard continues to develop a strong presence in the New York City market," said Clist, president of Marriott International Inc.'s Lodging division.
Instead of using the regular "point to the first" implementation, I decided to use a circular list (the "c" in "clist" stands for "circular"), as in Figure 6, because it is very efficient to add elements both at the beginning or the end of a circular list.
Bulls got off to a good start in the ninth minute when Simon Clist robbed Claude Davis to set up Blackpool loanee Tom Biarkhuizen to drive the ball home from close-range.
Joe Heath and Rob Purdie face fitness tests and Simon Clist is cup-tied.
He's also a county judo instructor which makes him a versatile fighter with skills which Scott Clist must deal with in Cardiff as the two men meet in the cage for the second time, but the first under professional rules.
The u's, who have now lost five of their last six games, pulled a goal back on the stroke of half time when Tom Craddock set up former spurs trainee simon Clist to beat Andy Warrington from 12 yards - his first goal since March.
OXFORD UNITED: Clarke; Batt, Creighton, Wright, Tonkin, Bulman, Chapman (Day 87), Clist, Midson (Deering 78), Constable, Matthew Green (Potter 68).
Wrexham pressed forward again, Marc Williams denied his first goal for the club by a timely block from Simon Clist, while Taylor twice more went close.