The process of booting involves a chain of stages, in which at each stage a smaller simpler program loads and then executes the larger more complicated program of the next stage. Tall boots may have a tab, loop or handle at the top known as a bootstrap, allowing one to use fingers or a boot hook tool to help pulling the boots on.
In POP connections, the server will usually close a client connection after a certain period of inactivity (the timeout period). The use of time-out does not enhance moral behavior or teach children useful conflict-resolution skills, and it fails to address the underlying cause of out-of-line behavior.
Each node in a tree has zero or more child nodes, which are below it in the tree. A node that has a child is called the child’s parent node (or ancestor node, or superior). A node has at most one parent.
It has often been believed that wearing a high conical cap helped funnel knowledge to the brain. In the 1600’s, John Duns Scotus’ philosophies were ridiculed as foolish and obtuse, and the dunce cap became known not as thinking cap but a fool’s cap.
Metal fume fever is a condition in which the sufferer has influenza type symptoms. Exposure usually arises through hot metalworking processes, such as smelting and casting of zinc alloys, or welding of galvanized metals.
The mule would move towards the carrot because it wants the reward of food, while also moving away from the stick behind it, since it does not want the punishment of pain, thus drawing the cart.
Troubleshooting has nothing do to with shooting anything.
Matt Endler is an artist living in Oakland, California. He studied Painting & Visual Studies at California College of the in San Francisco. Recently, his work has been shown at Interstate Gallery (Brooklyn), RODI Gallery (New York), Yerba Buena Center of the Arts (San Francisco), and Important Projects (Oakland). He has a forthcoming solo exhibition with 1038SF (San Francisco) and will soon be participating in a group show at Centre for Style (Sydney). This is the artist’s first exhibition in the city of Chicago.