recovery interrupt

recovery interrupt

[ri′kəv·ə·rē ′int·ə‚rəpt]
(computer science)
A type of interruption of program execution which provides the computer with access to subroutines to handle an error and, if successful, to continue with the program execution.
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Ridha Saidi, Minister in charge of Economic and Social Issues stated that "the year 2012 was marked by an economic recovery interrupted by political differences."
In Recovery Interrupted, an export forecast summary released earlier this year by EDC Chief Economist Stephen Poloz, the federal crown corporation takes a comprehensive look at global economic and trade conditions and trade with an eye to helping exporters and investors identify foreign market opportunities and risks.
That's why we call the report Recovery Interrupted."
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