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  • v. Present participle of parallelize.


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  • The first Larrabee product will be a graphics card because high-quality games are beginning to capitalize on "parallelizing" software.


  • "parallelizing" internationalization with new feature development, major internationalization development strategy concerns, and more.


  • This is where my forward planning on parallelizing the code really pays off.

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  • One day, lying by a swimming pool, he realized that you could get everything in a timely fashion by parallelizing the process, covering more than one page at a time.

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  • What's changed is there are standard processors with multiple cores and we're getting better and better at parallelizing applications.

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  • For example, one instance of parallelizing that they reject is this: “Jill's brother is a handsome man; caring about her brother is caring about a handsome man.”

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  • The remaining technique, “parallelizing” (mou) or making parallel assertions, is the most intriguing of the four and the most difficult to interpret, as it appears to have no direct counterpart in other logical traditions.

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  • The interpretation with the greatest explanatory value is probably the following: [29] “parallelizing

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  • Interpretation of parallelizing is controversial; a variety of accounts have been proposed.

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  • The point of the “this and not-so” category is that for any case in this category, parallelizing will fail to yield a correct assertion.

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