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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.


A COBOL statement used for executing "paragraphs".

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In performing the work of a choreographer, you get to understand that work from the inside out.
The degree of musicianship, refinement and technical proficiency raises a student's normal performing expectations to a higher level.
Over the past year the board evaluated the program and revised its standards for performing and reporting on peer reviews for firms that do not audit SEC registrants.
We end the strengthening portion of the program by performing a static bridge with alternating hip flexions.
Being more auditory, the students in the high- performing primary school were better matched with their traditional teachers' talk-and-chalk teaching style than their peers in the low-performing school were--providing at least one reason for their better academic performance.
Perhaps the most conservative investor category, performing first position underlying co-op mortgages are building loans secured, in most cases, by the building and land owned by the cooperative corporation.
The outside firm's employees will, in most cases, be performing services for the company.
It will take possibly three months in each area for an RN to acquire sufficient knowledge to feel comfortable in performing job functions that she has not previously performed.
I find myself performing with younger girls who haven't experienced much partnering.
However, one must think of "band" as a generic term, not a performing group, covering many types of ensembles and musical products.
The committee clarified certain existing rules, significantly tightened others and added two new provisions, one of which requires members to document their understanding of the nonattest services engagement prior to performing the services; the other requires members to comply with other regulatory bodies' more restrictive independence rules (see Official Releases, JofA, Sep.