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trilogy

 [tril´ah-je]
a group or series of three.
trilogy of Fallot a term sometimes applied to concurrent pulmonic stenosis, atrial septal defect, and right ventricular hypertrophy.

tril·o·gy

(tril'ŏ-jē),
A triad of related entities.
[G. trilogia, fr. tri- + logos, study, discourse]

tril·o·gy

(tril'ŏ-jē)
A triad of related entities.
[G. trilogia, fr. tri- + logos, study, discourse]
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Amdahl, "Validity of the Single Processor Approach to Achieving Large Scale Computing Capabilities," from the proceedings of the April 18-20, 1967, spring joint computer conference, AFIPS 1967 (Spring), 483-485, New York, NY, 1967.
In Amdahl, the IRS's position was that there were two sales transactions.
It looked at all of the relevant facts, circumstances, and written agreements to determine if Amdahl became the owner of the residences.
* 1990s--NPS implements a five-year computer infrastructure master plan, "Support of Graduate Education in the 1990s." The program purchased an AMDAHL 5995-700A and a Cray X/MP (E98) supercomputer; Sun servers to support the campus network; 150 Sun Sparc10 workstations in faculty Offices and clusters throughout campus; StorageTek mass-storage silos accessible via the network; Learning Resource Centers; a Scientific Visualization Laboratory; a War Laboratory for secure classified thesis production; the first Web browser; and a robust, high-speed, flexible, centrally-managed campus network.
They include: Cathryn Amdahl, an associate professor of English; James Baxter, an instructor of physical science/geology; Gregory Dolise, an assistant professor of physics; Sally Ann McCrea, an associate professor of adult basic education and developmental studies; Ellen Shatto, a professor of mathematics; and Robert Rowlands, an associate professor of business law.
Dancers "also need to rely on the support of our pastors," said Georgia Amdahl, artistic director of the St.
Richard McCormack, vice president of product and solutions marketing for the partnership's Fujitsu Computer Systems unit in North America (which is based in the old Amdahl mainframe unit in Sunnyvale, California), says that customers can expect a performance boost of about 35%; on a number of benchmark tests that have already been run on the PrimePower servers using the faster chips, performance increases compared with the 1.35GHz processors are even higher.
The additional microprocessor muscle has given most commercial applications only a partial boost, as predicted by Amdahl's law of balanced system performance.
Many companies have previously used varieties of the so-called "thin laminates" under dispute here, including mainframe computer maker Amdahl, in 1975 in power supplies for its Amdahl 470 V/6.
Karen Amdahl, director of nursing, Minnesota Veteran's Home in Luverne, Minn., has put the OPUS Med Pass System into three different nursing homes over the course of 30 years because the system is so nurse-friendly.