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single thread

[′siŋ·gəl ′thred]
(design engineering)
A screw thread having a single helix in which the lead and pitch are equal.
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PPLCONNECT lets users send/receive their SMS as well as free PPLCONNECT messages, all in a single thread.
There is a single thread that connects history's greatest achievers.
Liquid Telecom has built Africa's largest single fibre network which runs from the north of Uganda to Cape Town on a single thread.
With labor, I've made a fine but single thread to be knitted into others.
You are likely to quickly encounter problems using a conventional single threaded CPU if you schedule tasks with disparate event rates and activity patterns on a single thread using a common OS.
Mitesh Agarwal, CTO & Director - Systems Solution Consulting, Oracle India said "The Oracle SPARC T4 servers come with a 5X improvement in single thread performance, 1 TB of memory capacity and massive system throughput and I/O capacity, making it ideal for large scale applications, enterprise-wide consolidation and database projects that require extreme reliability, availability and security.
hanging by a single thread of poetry, both still alive in their
The single thread that runs through the whole of this years' festival
It is possible to follow a single thread through the entire book, though they do not recommend it, noting that the chapters demonstrate how a single idea in mathematics can lead in many different directions.
The Titan core is a superscalar, dual-issue, out-of-order core designed to achieve high single thread performance on a per clock basis.
Moore was left to rue Tranmere's lack of killer instinct as a 3-1 defeat at Elland Road left their promotion ambitions hanging by a single thread.