automatic acceleration

automatic acceleration

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(computer science)
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If a CASD SERP is designed (as most now are) to include both recourse, interest-bearing promissory notes from the executive and an automatic acceleration of any premium payments coming due after the executive retires, there should be no adverse accounting effects of a CASD SERP.
The scroll-wheel makes it possible to hold and operate iPod with just one hand and features automatic acceleration when scrolling through long lists so you can find your music in seconds.
The saw features a 14" circular blade, 29/58 rpm speeds, a 3/4-hp main drive motor, 2-hp hydraulic pump motor, and automatic acceleration and deceleration of the rapid traverse rate and the cutting feed.
bank bonds) would be subject to automatic acceleration while 2010A bonds not tendered by bondholders may be subject to either acceleration or mandatory tender at the option of Union.
does, however, result in an automatic acceleration of LVI's
66Gz Quad-Core w/ Intel Hyper-Threading & Turbo Speed Technology, new 8-thread CPU architecture with automatic acceleration up to 2.
The automatic acceleration under the Credit Agreement also constitutes a default under the bond indentures governing the Company's senior and subordinated notes.
We're very pleased that the latest release of DirectX 5, with its automatic acceleration and open architecture, has enabled acceleration of positional 3D audio," said David Gallagher, President of QSound Labs.

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