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agreement of results or opinions

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acting together, as agents or circumstances or events

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Whereas Mah and Halperin believe that qualitative research can demonstrate that concurrency is a highly normalised behaviour in many parts of southern and eastern Africa and can help us understand its socio-cultural underpinnings, Lurie and Rosenthal dismiss qualitative research as inherently unrepresentative and prone to bias.
The Multimodal Transportation Concurrency Program is designed to help Bellingham achieve comprehensive plan goals directing growth to urban villages and to complete sidewalks and bicycle lanes throughout the city.
But the evidence that concurrency is a major factor is very weak," said epidemiologist Mark Lurie, assistant professor community health and medicine.
Transportation Concurrency Exception Areas (TCEAs): The act creates TCEAs for municipalities that are DULAs, urban service areas, and large counties that are DULAs but do not have urban service areas (except Miami-Dade and Broward counties).
Usually, data concurrency exceptions occur when multiple users have access to the same data and any single user can update the data without the other users' knowledge.
Males overestimated their partners' concurrency, Ms.
AccTrak21 is based on a SQL relational database management system providing a high level of concurrency, security and flexibility.
Now, MySQL users can get the best of both worlds -- transaction support with high concurrency for enterprise applications as well as our non-transactional architecture for lightning fast websites.
Support for CICS transaction monitoring, native PL/I compiler language, and increased concurrency are delivered in this release.
The switch provides this concurrency as well as necessary services such as "zoning"--or the ability to segment the network and bind each server to specific disk or tape storage resources (Figure 2).
Lessman of Concurrency Management Corporation, which manages the building.
Using these assumptions, the authors present five examples of how the estimate of land value might be affected by concurrency restrictions.
Concurrency President and Founder James Savage accepted the awards on July 12 at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto.
Concurrency is a way for version-management software to keep up with the pace, as Continuous Delivery and IT automation significantly fast-track development.
Python in Practice: Create Better Programs using Concurrency, Libraries, and Patterns is for Python programmers who want to move to the next level of achievement, and teaches basic design patterns for better coding and faster processing through concurrency.