- v. present participle of pipeline.
“Even if it was true, it can be mitigated with pipelining, which is very easy to enable.”
“The US has been "pipelining" money through "private interests" via the National Endowment for Democracy for decades.”
“Hive also performs "pipelining" of complex queries where possible.”
“If Obama had even made the SEC time their suit to coincide with the bill hitting the floor, that would still only be a small example of Rove-style politics, and hardly even close to such gems as censoring EPA reports, pipelining Iraq intelligence past the CIA, using the OLC to craft “legal” cover for war crimes, mass firing of the “wrong kinds of” DoJ prosecutors across the nation, etc.”
“Google also has had to deal with getting viewer and owner information via data pipelining, a process that broke.”
““Instruction pipelining” is the concept of lining up instructions in a queue, to speed operations by allowing more computing instructions to stream through the machine.”
“You had to dig pretty deeply back then and rely on some fairly questionable sources by comparison, to find any sort of refutation of the propaganda that Ahmed "the Thief" Chalabi and his INC were pipelining, unfiltered, directly onto the front pages of the New York Times by way of Judith Miller.”
“My goal was to support common CDNs out of the gate and allow those who did not want to use a CDN, to use a subdomain on their own server to improve the progressive render performance of their theme via browser pipelining.”
“Set the pipelining and proxypipelining to true to check out this feature and increase maxrequests to 20 or 30.”
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