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(computer science)
A subroutine in the COBOL programming language that allows a portion of a program to be executed on command by other portions of the same program.
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A COBOL statement used for executing "paragraphs".

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But in spite of their differences, each performer who participated in the study agreed on one thing--they wanted proof of a co-performer's clean bill of sexual health before working with that person.
There is no set of fixed requirements that each performer has claimed to meet by the end of 2 or 3 years.
The full blog item - "How to Be Okay When It's Time to Fire a Poor Performer" - ( can be accessed at this link.
And you told your high performer exactly what they should keep doing in the future.
"We look at theater as a type of therapy, offering kids the opportunity to feel what it may be like to live in other people's shoes," says The Performer's School co-owners, Liz Fauntleroy and Stacey Flaster.
As to the transfer of rights, the Treaty provides that Contracting Parties may stipulate in their national laws that once a performer has consented to the audiovisual fixation of a performance, the exclusive rights mentioned above are transferred to the producer of the audiovisual fixation (unless a contract between the performer and producer states otherwise).
Judges confirmed to appear at this esteemed event are: Jujubee (RuPaul's Drag Race), Amanda Lepore (Celebutant and cultural icon), Jo Weldon (Burlesque Performer, Head Mistress of the NY School of Burlesque and Author), Adrian Wiltshire (Choreographer and Creative Director of several Dita Von Teese's Burlesque Tours), and Mika Romantic, (Burlesque Performer and Artistic Director of The Looking Glass Revue).
Tau said one of the tools to be understood was the mind as it worked in wonders and triggered thoughts made by the performer, stressing that without understanding how the mind worked, performers would not be able to perform better.
To find out what a "superior performer" looks like in workers' comp, ACORD asked three questions: How should success be measured across workers' compensation insurers?
A NUMBER of people were hurt after a circus performer fell through a safety net at a circus.
Telemundo, SAG-AFTRA says, also agreed to end "all unlawful performer contract provisions and policies that prevented performers from filing charges with the NLRB against Telemundo and required performers to indemnify Telemundo if it was found to have violated any law."