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redirection

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redirection

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redirection

Diverting data from their normal destination to another; for example, to a disk file instead of the printer, or to a server's disk instead of the local disk. See virtual directory, symbolic link, shortcut, hijacking and redirector.
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As mentioned earlier, the ownership redirection issue has been primarily examined in the literature from a resource constraints (Oxenfeldt and Kelly, 1968; Norton, 1988) or an agency incentives (Brickley and Dark, 1987; Rubin, 1978) perspective.
Perhaps the most radical example of strategic redirection was the American Can Company, which sold its can business in 1986 to Triangle Industries and transformed itself into a financial services company.
But Sroka found a letter confirming the redirection at their home in Croydon, South London.
The 15-year modernization projects of the military and all the contracts in the pipeline will also continue as planned, despite the 'redirection' in priorities.
The latest ICA protocol versions also enhances support of multi-view setups, Flash streaming (HDX MediaStream Flash Redirection), optimized video transmission from webcams (HDX RealTime Webcam Video Compression), as well as support for a new audio subsystem on IGEL Linux.
Clarke claimed the shake-up was supposed "to give a clear sense of redirection for the government".
Guildford Crown Court heard that Ganan, 33, of Croydon, South London, used a complex system of mail redirection, rented post boxes, false passports and bogus utilities bills to defraud the High Street banks.
Guildford Crown Court heard that Ganan (33) of Croydon, South London, used a complex system of mail redirection, rented post boxes, false passports and bogus utilities bills to defraud the main high street banks.
General topics include the behavioral aspects to communication networks, including papers on eavesdropping, performance, fighting and mating, and victory displays; the effects of particular contexts such as female assessment, predation and noise, nestling begging, redirection of aggression, and scent marking; communication networks in different taxa, such as waving, participating in choruses, singing, communicating vocally on land or sea and detecting honesty through history; and interfaces with other disciplines, including marine and avian biology and the sciences of perception.
With the redirection of the gifts, the capital campaign total is now about $300,000 in donations and pledges, said Mr.
I paid for three months redirection of mail and the last three letters have come from the wrong address to my house.
This redirection follows numerous requests from membership.