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To have legal validity in a prescribed territory; as in, the writ (a court order) runs throughout the county. To have applicability or legal effect during a prescribed period of time; as in, the Statute of Limitations has run against the claim. To follow or accompany; to be attached to another thing in pursuing a prescribed course or direction; as in, the Covenant (a written promise or restriction) runs with the land.

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Put another way, pre-crisis, before taking the necessary steps to ready itself for the SPOE approach to resolution, a banking organization's Total Loss Absorbing Capacity ("TLAC") to absorb losses with non-runnable capital instruments ahead of runnable short-term creditors consisted only of the equity capital of its holding company.
Once we have the forked runnable response time, we will modify the calculations of the corresponding tasks in (2).
This structure of the liabilities of a large financial firm would assist in protecting the firm against runs, provide capital in resolution, and produce incentives for those firms to avoid excessive reliance on runnable liabilities.
Rather than assign each process a timeslice, CFS calculates how long a process should run as a function of the total number of runnable processes.
When the counter's value reaches zero, the executed interrupt handler will release the lock, possibly making the other RUNNABLE task allocated.
The new ink system is the company's most recent addition to its advanced line of curable, runnable, and functional offset UY ink systems.
"However, the 'European' style coatings, with a very high percentage of calcium carbonate pigments (PCC and GCC), clearly demonstrate they are not only runnable, but also able to yield very good surface with superior print quality.
RUNNABLE NATURAL LANGUAGE SPECIFICATION USING TWO LEVEL GRAMMAR [*].
Operating systems for shared-memory machines normally use a global run queue to perform load sharing; each idle CPU looking for work examines the run queue to attempt to find a runnable task.
"That is, mental models cannot function effectively (are not 'runnable') without access to data about a situation.
For example, txns in the system are prioritized based on whether they are runnable in the following categories: (1) standard locking; (2) RP, that is, txns not runnable by GW, but runnable with RP, for example, txn [T.sub.C] in the WFG [T.sub.C] [right arrow] TB [right arrow] [T.sub.A]; (3) the optimistic method, where all txns are runnable.
One of my graduate students, Mark Guzdial, developed Emile, a computer-based environment that scaffolds high school physics students as they use Hypercard to quickly (within five minutes) create runnable microworlds.