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a cue given to a performer (usually the beginning of the next line to be spoken)

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(computer science) a symbol that appears on the computer screen to indicate that the computer is ready to receive a command

give an incentive for action

serve as the inciting cause of

assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned

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according to schedule or without delay

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ready and willing or quick to act

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performed with little or no delay

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Rachel added: "The Government's commitment to push the prompt payment agenda is welcome, but more must be done for businesses to benefit on the ground.
Prompting a behavior at a relatively high rate increases the opportunity for the behavior to contact reinforcement contingencies relative to lower prompt rates.
Anyone who takes on the prompt job will be needed at rehearsals from the second week in January through to the end of production week.
Unprompted pretense behaviors were those occurring without a prompt in the previous 5 s.
In order to ensure that the child did not receive more assistance than needed, a probe trial was conducted to determine the appropriate prompt level.
Compared to one year ago, domestic mills are paying an average of $47 less per ton for Prompt Industrial grades, $28 per ton less for No.
The second category of WBPT a college instructor can utilize to prompt students to self regulate is collaborative and communication tools.
Table 3 presents the prompt set used by a team member regarding a patient's hypoxemia.
In a typical lecture, some examples might be prepared by the teacher and included in a visual prompt, whereas other examples or elaborations of material occur spontaneously as a result of student questions or the teachers' assessment of the students' understanding of the material.
BUMED decided to implement the WAWF system to reduce the prompt pay interest penalties and to realize the all-round benefits of speedy electronic invoice processing.
The study will focus on (1) the prompt investigation of disputed information, (2) the completeness of information reported to consumer reporting agencies, and (3) the prompt correction or deletion of any information that cannot be verified.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Increasing cases of drug resistant gonorrhea prompt new treatment recommendation for gay and bisexual men, news release, Atlanta: CDC, Apr.
Prompt 1: "I'm not letting her take my son away from me.
Prompt pay laws require insurers to promptly pay providers who have submitted "clean claims," said Ms.
Halleland, whose law firm has conducted research on state prompt pay laws.