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full path

A path name that includes the drive (if required), starting or root directory, all attached subdirectories and ending with the file or object name. Contrast with relative path. See path.
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We evaluate the average full path (from electronic ingress to electronic egress nodes) network latency of the proposition.
Lastly, since the full path model (Figure 2) was not a good fit to our data, we reconfigured our model into two mediation models: 1) marital trust mediating the relationship of humility on marital satisfaction, and 2) successful repair mediating the same relationship.
Embedding the fixture in the simulation matches the actual full path used in measuring the DUT.
Many users will not know the server they save data to but can point you to the drive letter where the full path can be identified.
If the entire path is not returned by an entry, the call will be repeated until the full path is returned.
Cane technique: Modifying the touch technique for full path coverage.
* new Thesaurus Master export formats-Web ontology language (OWL2), full path XML to support XML-driven content management systems and systems that rely on bread crumb navigation and the custom XML Fields format (users select the fields to be included when generating an export);
HH Shaikh Nasser completed the full path of the race, without considering achieving first positions, giving the opportunity for participants.
It's faster than slogging through a full path of heavy snow and it's easier on the machine.
'When we talk main line we are talking Hardisty east, but obviously we want to provide a full path to shippers,' says Alex Pourbaix, president of TransCanada's oil pipeline division.
In addition, officers can retrieve the full path; Created, Accessed, Modified (CAM) dates; and sizes for an image by a single mouse click.