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Encina

A Unix-based TP monitor from Transarc Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA that is layered over OSF's Distributed Computing Environment (DCE). IBM acquired Transarc in 1994 and based its CICS/6000 TP monitor on Encina. Later renamed the IBM Pittsburgh Lab, the company was the first to successfully process one billion transactions in 24 hours, a breakthrough in computing performance. Encina and BEA Tuxedo are the major TP monitors in the Unix client/server environment.
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Coast Guard personnel from San Francisco proceeded to the area and assisted the passengers of the vessel, said Encina.
Encina said a 10-wheeler truck was maneuvering to disembark when it suffered a transmission problem that led the vessel to tilt on its starboard side.
Divers from Coast Guard Environmental Protection unit found no trace of oil leaking from the ship, said Encina.
Encina (5-8) went the distance in defeat, scattering 10 hits across eight innings of work along with two walks and eight strikeouts.
Encina, who studied classical guitar as a child, learned to read music before she knew the alphabet.
This micropropagation method shows a 50% of rooting and an excellent rate of acclimatization (PADILLA and ENCINA, 2004).
Though Encina's first egloga contains only 180 verses, there are two distinct sections.
Roswell Encina, director of communications for the 22-branch Enoch Pratt Free Library system, said the library is glad to be partnering with the health department.