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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of serialize.

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  • If I had a choice it would be Hana to Yume because it serializes the majority of authors I enjoy reading.

    Sunday on the web with Viz

  • As SD properties, it serializes IMolecule.getProperties...

    CDK 1.2 Release Candidate

  • One of the most innovative voices in comics, Chris Ware's Acme Novelty Library is the ongoing series where Ware serializes his stories before collecting them into individual books.

    Top 100 Comic Book Runs #100-91 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Needless to say whether it serializes or not I will refer any and all moving picture bids on the book to you and will tell Scribners to let you know about any moving picture bids that come through them.

    A Life in Letters

  • Neal Pollack serializes his new novel about his experiences at a certain well-known magazine.

    Archive 2003-05-01

  • The Classics on 1,500 Words a Day  :  Lifestyle   The Classics on 1,500 Words a Day M.J. Rose 01.15.02 Classic-Novels, which serializes epic tales already in the public domain, will serialize its first contemporary book, Clarissa@lovelless.com , by Ruth O’Toole.

    The Classics on 1,500 Words a Day

  • Because the PhotoInfo class now includes the StreamUri extension property, the client also serializes this property in POST requests that create new media link entries in the data service.

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  • Next it serializes all of the objects' fields, and finally it calls all of the objects' methods marked with the OnSerialized attribute.

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  • It returns that object for use in the AJAX call, but then also serializes the object into the URL, in the same format expected by line #4.

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  • The wizard serializes the XSD files in the DataType. cs file and place it under the virtual directory assigned to the web service already created

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