- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of initialize.
“When I open Garageband, it literally takes like 3 minutes "initializing", then I get an endless loop of MIDI errors and have to do a Force Quit.”
“The other advantage of adoption is the level of hygiene involved in "initializing" the procedure.”
“| mailnews/base/src/nsMsgBiffManager. cpp (261): warning C4244: 'initializing': conversion from”
“(error addart: 'initializing': cannot covert from 'Fiction' to 'Reality')”
“initializing ..." for a rather long time -- 20+ minutes, I believe.”
“initializing" states, Microsoft said in an e-mail from its public relations firm late Monday.”
“The end result appears to be an AI which is fully independent, fully self-initializing and with a sense of self-preservation greater than the normal Terminator programming to self-repair and continue their mission.”
“With Bork, then worse still with Thomas — that reflects the initializing chain of events.”
“When he finishes dusting over the fireplace and resupplying the bathrooms with rolls of TP from the garage, he moves to the last task on Julianne's list, starts working on that, scratching each task off her list and then initializing it with a smiley face.”
“Users having difficulty initializing the application should see some problem-shooting here.”
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