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Synonyms for acid

Synonyms for acid

Synonyms for acid

any of various water-soluble compounds having a sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a salt

being sour to the taste

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having the characteristics of an acid

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But Atomicity is a sharp, ambitious outing from an intelligent and articulate performer - never before have comedy and education reacted together to such devastating effect
Because atomicity in inherent to CDP, it enables very powerful and easy-to-use restoration processes.
After having finished the waiting, the answers of the other nodes of the group are analyzed, if some of the nodes have answered NoUpdatedGroup the entrance operation to the group will not be successful, and therefore messages of connection release will be sent to each one of the contacted nodes so they can update their lists and assure the atomicity of the transaction.
Delivering core processing performance up to 333 MHz/2 GFLOPS with support for IEEE 32-bit/40-bit floating point and 32-bit fixed point operations, SHARC 21363 processors employ an enhanced Single Instruction, Multiple-Data (SIMD) architecture to provide the real-time processing bandwidth and atomicity required to keep these subsystems running in precise coordination.
These two popular MySQL distributions are the first enterprise applications to ship using Atomic Writes, streamlining the software stack by replacing the need to write twice to maintain atomicity, or database ACID compliance.
The compensating mechanism ensures atomicity of a transaction when allowing unilateral commit of subtransactions.
Thus, both the properties of query atomicity and failure resilience are achieved.
Each transaction is an atomicity unit (it occurs as a whole or does not occur at all).
The atomicity of things, which runs through the second part of the Theaetetus, seems to be more in accordance with what Theaetetus knows than the doubleness of things, which Theaetetus was induced to accept from Socrates' delivery of his phantom image.
Through integration with RRMS, Shadow products can allow applications to access multiple protected resources residing on the OS/390 platform or on other platforms in a single enterprise transaction with integrity and atomicity (all changes to all resources will be completed or rolled back).
The social nature of temporality and reality in general, which permeates the dynamics of community as the socializing adjustments between self and other, negates the concepts of definiteness, atomicity, separation, or self-enclosure, whether applied to selves, communities, nature, or time.