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macro

(mak′rō)
A set of instructions that invokes the computer to run a command or an action, e.g., pressing “Ctrl” + “i” to add italics to selected text.

macro,

pref a prefix meaning excessively large or big.
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Although MACRA and Secretary Burwell's initiatives are aligned, they are completely separate, Dr.
Macra na Feirme president Colm Markey said: "People are often so busy with their own lives that it has now got to a point that they don't even know their own neighbours.
Colm Markey, of youth organisation Macra na Feirme, said many young people ignore the dangers of excessive drinking.
Two kinds of croton (Codiaeum variegatum), one with broad, gold-veined leaves (top) and another with narrow, gold-spotted leaves (bottom), make a splashy foil for yellow-striped Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola') in a 16-inch-wide, Asian-style pot.
The Lp(a) test, called Macra Lp(a), is the only Lp(a) method cleared by the FDA for both diagnosis and risk assessment of coronary heart disease.
MACRA has stated that the renewal of the permit means that the country's second wireless carrier will soon to allowed to operate its services for another decade starting from February 2014, although this was still subject to further talks.
Research by rural youth group Macra na Feirme showed the cost of the wait to provisional drivers.
According to MACRA director general Charles Nsaliw, companies like TNM are not alleged to comport themselves in such a way as the company has done over its licence renewal, the regulator invited TNM for a meeting on 1 October.
Mr Murphy was an organiser for Macra na Feirme during the 1950s and was involved in the setting up of the National Farmers Association, now the IFA, in 1956.
Macra Na Feirme believe the move would clear up any confusion on the issue by having the message staring drinkers right in the face.
The Macra na Feirme project brings people together in their neighbourhood to organise local events, including barbe-cues, coffee mornings and sports days.
We got lots of dates in Macra na Feirme halls down south as a result of that.