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- v. Alternative spelling of programming.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. setting an order and time for planned events
- n. creating a sequence of instructions to enable the computer to do something
Sorry, no etymologies found.
If you turn it into another crisp, clean OPB, then even with the same playlist, it will be bland by comparison. the programing is uneven, unprofessional, and irregular (in the bad way)
It tries to be all things to all people (or at least to all members of the progressive proletarian classes), and as a result the programing is uneven, unprofessional, and irregular (in the bad way).
After I do buy one can I get the programing from the internet or locally?
HD programing is becoming the norm, and HD camcorders means that HD user content will also be on the upswing.
Problem is, the programing is easy to screw up and in some states, voting the straight-party ticket means you've NOT voted for president.
I also think that most of the regular programing is pretty mindless, although I do enjoy the History chanel, documentaries and A&E.
Only a small portion of their programing is “news” and I prefer to call it daily issues and show both sides to a problem.
SKY offers some of the US cable channels but I would like to receive programing from the major networks, NBC, ABC and
"hunker down at home and watch DVDs" had proven false, and that as long as ticket sales remained strong and funding held out, Southbank would provide what he called programing of
The built in drum machine has a clearer more thin sound than for example the Ace Tone/Roland and the programing are a bit more progressive and odd in our opinion.
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