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retry

[′rē‚trī]
(computer science)
When a central processing unit error is detected during execution of an instruction, the computer will execute this instruction unless a register was altered by the operation.
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Jei telefone nustatyta, kad vienintelis jo naudojamas tinklas yra 3G, tada Directed Retry srautu valdymo algoritmo pritaikyti nepavyks.
On the game's difficulty, Rovio says: "It's called Retry for a reason
Putnam County prosecutor, Gary Lammers, said, 'It is my decision there is sufficient evidence to seek new charges against Mr Richey and to proceed to retry him again for this horrible crime.
This retry entails flushing and then rebuilding the software buffers before re-executing the failed instruction, which is a time consuming procedure.
Chip Thullbery, a Polk County assistant state attorney, said that prosecutors do not have enough evidence to retry the case because one witness is dead and another has recanted his testimony.
The document ordered "to re-conduct the investigations and retry those implicated in committing crimes against the revolution.
Prosecutors said they intend to retry 55-year-old John Heinatz of Rosamond on the fourth count, on which jurors deadlocked 8-4 in favor of not guilty.
The controller automatically converts PCI transactions to fabric transactions and back, and manages all error-correction or retry functions.
Resume and retry of interrupted transfers, which together with File Non-Repudiation, encrypted transfer, and the unique MOVEit DMZ FIPS 140-2 validated 256-bit AES encrypted file storage provide safe, secure, file Guaranteed Delivery.
The controller can also be configured to automatically retry power sequencing following a fault condition.
LANCASTER - Prosecutors said Monday they intend to retry a reputed white supremacist on an attempted murder charge for shooting at sheriff's deputies during a high-speed pursuit in a stolen car.
He ruled that legally double jeopardy did not apply, and that therefore the People should be allowed to retry to case unless he, the judge, determined that it would be unjust to put Josh through another trial,'' said Alan Baum, Harville's attorney.