from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To write or publish in serial form.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To convert an object into a sequence of bytes that can later be converted back into an object with equivalent properties.
- v. To write a television program, novel, or other form of entertainment as a sequence of shorter works with a common story.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. arrange serially
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To serialize a python object to a JSON string, call the serialize function:
a 'serialize' output that holds a element containing parameters for serializing the result body; possible serialisations would include serialising XSL-FO as PDF and SVG as JPEG, for example.
Their is in-fact no current data bases for recording serializing ammo let alone to serialize ammo that technology hasn't been invented as of yet.
All law enforcement will have to destroy all of their ammo as it will not be serialize who is going to enforce the law on them. read the bills their is no mention that law enforcement will be exempt from this law.
Getting permission to digitally serialize any of the Shojo Beat titles would probably require complicated renegotiation with the creators and original publishers.
Twitter just proves this new disorder by giving 140-character updates of just about anything — there is even an online magazine published in the Twitter format, and one author has even begun to serialize his novel using the application.
In 1941, Gringoire would serialize her last completed novel, "All Our Worldly Goods," which has now appeared in English for the first time.
What I suspect my fellow authors and other readers on Fictionaut will be asking is why the hell would anybody want to serialize their novel online?
I gave this a lot of thought, but when I reread my novel I realized something about it that went back to its very origins virtually demanded I serialize it.
There is another possibility: we may decide to serialize the first ten chapters, or the first 20, and then tell people that if they want to keep reading they have to buy the book either electronically or in print form.
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