delint

delint

/dee-lint/ To modify code to remove problems detected when linting. Confusingly, this process is also referred to as "linting" code.
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deLint, and his Uncle Charles, Hal epitomizes the dumb jock who has been used and abused for his tennis talent, in return arrogantly assuming that his tennis resume will facilitate his college aspirations.
Using the Carver brand of Lummus equipment to delint the seed and remove the meat from the seed, customers can extract the oil and either sell it to local biodiesel producers or invest in Greenline's waterless biodiesel production platform and develop another source of revenue in biodiesel, the companies said."We are excited about promoting the biodiesel market for our customers as an alternative to the existing uses of cotton seed," said Steve Marbut, President and CEO of Lummus Corp.
Alcohol researchers deLint and Popham (1963) noted a need for further attention on the bar as a research site (Single, 1985), and several researchers have heeded this advice, focusing their analyses of alcohol consumption by conducting unobtrusive observations in bars (Caceres & Cortinas, 1996; Graves, Graves, et al., 1982; Harford, Feinhandler, et al., 1983; Harford & Gaines, 1981; Nusbaumer, Mauss & Pearson, 1982; Nusbaumer & Reiling, 2002).
They are currently working on a polymer coating method of preparing cotton seed for planting without having to acid delint the seed.
Its status as a regime is pointed out by the coach, DeLint (681).
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deLint. The prevention of alcoholism: Epidemiological studies of the effects of government control measures.