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PROC

(language)
The job control language used in the Pick operating system.

["Exploring the Pick Operating System", J.E. Sisk et al, Hayden 1986].
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Rev Proc 2004-51 specifically disqualifies deferred exchanges where the property has been owned by the taxpayer any time within the last 180 days.
Cypress's PRoC LP offers an unparalleled feature set to enable superior interference immunity, low BOM costs, higher data rate applications, and faster time-to-market for dongles/bridges, mice, presenter tools, and remotes, as well as other simple, multi-point-to-point wireless applications.
Finally, because of the uncertainty surrounding such restrictions under the common law and the Rev Proc, a legal opinion should be required from borrower's counsel concerning its enforceability.
In addition, the PRoC LP RDK features firmware and hardware support for Microsoft Windows HotStart (Direct Application Launch), a new feature in Vista for launching applications directly from system startup through button presses from input devices.
By integrating a radio and a Flash MCU, Cypress's PRoC LP enables a component reduction that adds up to significant savings for wireless PC peripherals, where cost is highly important," said Brian O'Rourke, senior analyst in the Converging Markets and Technologies Group at In-Stat.