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proving

[′prüv·iŋ]
(computer science)
Testing whether a computer is free of faults and capable of functioning normally, usually by having it carry out a check routine or diagnostic routine.
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Meanwhile, BJP MP Shobha Karandlaje exuded confidence in proving majority on the floor of the House.
The Motorola LEX L10 also connects the ground operators and test drivers to the private LTE network at Boschs proving grounds using high-performance broadband technology.
CARMARTHEN COUNTY COURT NO 17 of 1988 RE: THOMAS BRIAN PHILLIPS (DECEASED) D.O.B: 11 April 1939 I intend to pay within four months from 14th January 2015 (being the last day for proving) the first and final dividend of 100.00 p/PS.
The numbers who will then turn into princes and require the services of the Proving Factory are smaller, of course: some ideas don't work, can't find a market, won't scale up or can't be made economically.
However, as I was by myself at the time I had no way of proving it therefore I was assumed to be the guilty party.
MARTIN DALE ELECTRICS new proving devices PD440 and PD430 are portable, battery powered and designed for the testing of contact voltage detectors up to 450V to ensure test lamps and voltage testers are operating correctly for safe working.
It is not a case of proving the fans wrong, I want to go forward with them and prove I am the man for this job," he said.
REW: What are the difficulties in proving that the broker was the procuring cause?
Byrnes' "approach was very useful in proving qualitative results," Zeilberger notes.
Despite this they were notable to prevent the bombings, proving that even a wholesale surveillance society cannot be made sale against determined terrorists....
In a climate where the time between vulnerability and exploit continues to shrink, network anomaly detection is proving to be a critical element of defense-in-depth.
In reality, they should just be getting started; the real work comes when proving intent.