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Render

Return; yield; pay or perform, as in charges or services.

To render judgment means to pronounce, declare, or state the decision of the court in a particular case. To render a verdict means that a jury agrees upon and returns a written decision into court and hands the decision to the judge sitting at the trial.

render

(Administer), verb accomplish, accord, bring about, conduct, contribute, dispense, execute, furnish, give, mete out, perform, preside over, provide, provide with, put into effect

render

(Deliver), verb communicate, confer, convey, execute, give, give back, hand down, hand over, impart, pass down, present, reddere, referre, set down, submit, surrender, tribuere
Associated concepts: render a judgment, render a verdict, render an accounting

render

(Depict), verb characterize, construe, define, delineate, describe, detail, elucidate, illustrate, interpret, outline, picture, portray, record, represent, reproduce, set forth, show, sketch, translate
See also: administer, allocate, avail, bear, bear the expense, bequeath, bestow, cede, construe, contribute, define, discharge, dispense, offer, pay, perform, present, proffer, rebate, recite, recount, remit, satisfy, supply, tender, transact, yield

RENDER. To yield; to return; to give again; it is the reverse of prender.

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Responsible for over 240 shots, Meteor Studios had scaled to about 80 more than 80 artists and over 80 render nodes in the render farm, as they pushed both overall throughput and IOPS performance with elements like water, reflections, CGI crowds and other complex effects.
Notwithstanding the scope of an in-house tax department's operational responsibilities, in the overwhelming majority of cases, the written tax advice rendered both intra- and inter-departmentally rarely if ever falls within the category of guidance that was the principal target of the regulations: tax shelter opinions.
Render says it's important to leave some time between actually making the bale and tying it.
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I have successfully restored buildings of similar construction in Bahrain and Zanzibar by following the layers and replacing damaged renders systematically and with compatible materials.
Using the latest Intel Pentium IV with 1GB of RAM, I recently rendered one such scene, taking around ten minutes per frame on average, This means my animation would take 75000 minutes, or about 7.4 weeks.
Further, it collapses class and caste distinctions among black women to accommodate a black male-centered discourse that renders invisible the gender privilege black men have historically exercised over black women.
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This can help for a decade or so, but in the long term it assumes that future software will be able to render such standard formats.
If the M+CO does not render a finding wholly favorable to the appealing party, the M+CO is obligated to refer the case to HCFA for an independent and impartial review by an external review agent.
I believe we are way behind the times with regard to the way we render professional services by telephone, fax, email, and telemedicine.
In general, these details tend to render Shakespeare's play an apology for Caesar and a condemnation of Brutus and his republican conspiracy.