from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to open (a door, gate etc.)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To open.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To open.
- n. A trough used in South Africa for sheep-washing.
Here the exec statement re-opens stdout on the log file and then re-opens stderr on the same thing that stdout is opened on (this is how you duplicate file descriptors, aka dup them).
Face it - You forgot that once he loses the GE, he'll basically have use dup his political capital and won't get a second chance to run his change campaign ... hahahaha.
The Daily Record talked to Robert Pattinson, who seems to have picke dup some phobias from Twilight, or at least a sense of his own mortality.
(Please forgive me if this shows up as a dup: unforced error on my part)
After Westar dup up the dirt next door (during this last expansion) and brought in an industrial vacuum that went into the ground sucking up who knows what, we all got sick.
I hope this is not a dup post by me, but in mid comment I decided against my better judgement to look at your link.
I think the point is: Aren't both ballots clearly marked at the time the dup. is created?
Aren't both ballots clearly marked at the time the dup. is created?
I had quite enjoyed Maitland's most recent mystery to be published in the US, NO TRACE from St. Martin's Press, so I picke dup THE VERGE PRACTICE, which had been published just before that by Arcade.
Soon he was sending out these poems to journals and getting them picked dup by journals.