demand writing

demand writing

[də′mand ‚rīd·iŋ]
(computer science)
A method of carrying out output operations in which blocks of data are transmitted from the central processing unit as they are needed by the user.
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A student claimed while speaking to Dawn that some examiners share MCQs and demand writing specimens from postgraduates so they can match their writing while marking answer sheets from theoretical exams because the CPSP removes roll numbers from answer sheets and only mentions code numbers.
On demand writing for students; coaching yourself for the SAT1, ACT and AP essays.
Participants of the drive organized a rally in front of the World Bank here on Thursday and marched towards the Parliament House to demand writing off foreign debt of Pakistan.
This related directly to the job market: there are many professional opportunities across the country that remain unfilled because those positions demand writing center people who can demonstrate commitment to the discipline and their peers, display knowledge of and engagement in research, publish, and develop a vision of a sustainable future for their own writing centers and for the field.
Answering questions was also a feature of the third KIRIS task, on- demand writing. Added to the accountability index in 1997 to standardize KIRIS testing even further, this component gave students a choice of two prompts and 90 minutes to produce a final written response to one.
On demand writing; applying the strategies of impromptu speaking to impromptu writing.
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