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perform

[pər′fȯrm]
(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.

PERFORM

(programming)
A COBOL statement used for executing "paragraphs".

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Clayes III Performing Arts Center: California State University Fullerton
Pre-professional students at Jacob's Pillow participate in showings with the idea that they will be performing for a living.
This idea can also be extended to large performing ensembles such as orchestra and wind ensembles, where faculty members serve as section leaders or principal players.
The public has a reasonable expectation that every firm performing an audit have its orking methods validated by a system review.
specific creative talent, the clear and distinct domain-specific, creative ability in a specific area, such as when devising better ways of perceiving or performing than were used previously.
recently consummated the sale of a $9 million performing underlying co-op mortgage on a prime 200-unit apartment building on Manhattan's Upper East Side known as The Park Regis.
For purposes of this guide, the business for which the services are performed is referred to as the Company, the business that provides the individuals to perform services for the Company is referred to as the Contracting Firm, and the employees of the Contracting Firm performing services for the Company are referred to as individuals.
Reduce patient length of stays by performing the groundwork of discharge planning at the time of the patient's admission.
The campaign to build the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts is entering its final phase," said Howard Hallam, Chair of the Board of Directors of the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts.
The Singing Sergeants performing on the David Letterman holiday show
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.
In performing the balancing test, the court is to take into account, among other things, the extent that the transaction was expected to affect the third-party; the foreseeability of the harm; degree of certainty that the third party would be injured and closeness of connection between the third-parties' injury and the malpractice that occurred.