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To physically update to a record. See two-phase commit.
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class="es-text-justifyHowever, the number of women committing suicide rose by 20.3 percent.
In reporting reasons, the researchers found domestic problems were the most common reasons for committing suicide.
With debt- ridden farmers committing suicide in the state, the chief minister tried to counter widespread criticism through his radio address.
Individuals located in Egypt but hold foreign nationality when committing or attempting to commit the crimes are also subject to the law's penalties.
What will stop children from committing crimes in an atmosphere where people insult each other?
The study also finds a strong correlation between being a victim of violence and committing a violent act.
Before committing to USC, Redfield was looking hard at Oregon.
Failing to code COMMITs in a data modification program is what I like to call "Bachelor Programming Syndrome"--in other words, fear of committing.
A suicide note found from the pocket of the prisoner said that he is committing suicide due to the ill treatment from the jail administration.
Mumbai, Jan 25 (ANI): Bollywood actor Govinda has urged young students to refrain from committing suicides.
The report found that in most offense categories, preteens were committing the same proportion of juvenile crime as in 1980.
Keep several rules in mind when committing to a program of retirement planning and investing.