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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • transitive v. To generate the required paperwork in order to process (military personnel) out of one tour of duty into another or out of the armed forces: "[He] was now out-processed from Vietnam duty via Okinawa” ( W.E.B. Griffin).

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  • All soldiers will out-process at Smyrna before returning to their home stations.

    The Daily Times News Headlines

  • All soldiers will out-process at Smyrna before returning to their home stations, including Alcoa.

    The Daily Times News Headlines

  • Like, that's already fast enough to out-process NASA, cure cancer and simulate the birth of the universe AND the universe's mum and dad's birth as well.

    Computer And Video Games

  • NET application that automates AutoCAD (out-process)?

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  • They run in different way: in-process agianst out-process.

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  • Reuters reported that US Maj Neal Fisher stated all the Iraqi court order meant was that when he is released Ibrahim "will be able to out-process without having to go through the courts as other detainees in his threat classification will have to do."

    Trina's Kitchen

  • I’ll have to out-process, but Stacy will bring me home.

    Déjà Vu

  • The human brain currently consists of some 100 billion brain cells and some folks have agreed to the estimated consensus of the human brain being capable of calculating 20-million-billion bits of information per second but whatever the real proximate number may be, the fact remains the hominid cerebral cortex can out-process a significant greater amount of bits of information per second in comparison to all other not-yet-extinct creatures on earth including our primate animal cousins the chimpanzees and other apes.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • NET API, but the difference in most cases would be hardly noticeable from user's point of view (unless it is VBA code on 64-bit Acad, which runs, you guess it, as out-process; or the process is because of the language you use, but because of the API you choose and the speed is significantly different due to the fact you automate Acad from external application (OUT-PORCESS).

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  • No one would say you have to use out-process to control Acad just because VBA is getting out the picture slowly from now on (but the period could be long.

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