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power of attorney



A legal document by which a person identifies someone to make financial decisions if he or she is unable to perform this task independently.
See: power of attorney, durable, for health care


genus of grasses in family Poaceae. Contains many very productive fodder grasses including the bluegrasses, e.g. Canadian, Kentucky.

Poa aquatica
Poa hueca
South American grass; contains an indole alkaloid which causes incoordination and convulsions.
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New generation of compute optimized instances includes latest Intel Xeon Scalable processors (Skylake-SP) and custom hardware to deliver a 25 percent improvement in price-performance
En vertu de l'article 125 de la Constitution, " les instances constitutionnelles sont elues par l'Assemblee des representants du peuple a la majorite qualifiee et elles lui soumettent un rapport annuel, discute pour chaque instance au cours d'une seance pleniere prevue a cet effet ".
In 2010, we launched the CG1 instance type to provide a cost-effective, high- performance instance for graphics-heavy applications, and today, G3, our third generation GPU-powered instance, serves the most demanding graphics workloads such as 3D rendering and data visualization, said Matt Garman, Vice President, Amazon EC2.
We are proud that our latest MAX5 DFEs are fully compatible with Amazon AWS EC2 F1 instances, says Oskar Mencer, CEO of Maxeler Technologies, One such DFE implementation for Real Time FX Risk has recently been installed at a Tier 1 investment bank.
Instance represents a virtual resource with specific storage, network and computational characteristics.
One of the most common questions I'm asked is, "How large of an instance and how many instances does my video server need for my audience?
With this, algorithm selection strategies define and maintain a relation of instances to algorithms that is used to determine a suitable algorithm to be used when a new instance is presented to the system.
Complying with Ecicek's referral decision, Uzunuoy-lu's defense lawyer refiled the motion with the ystanbul 32nd Court of First Instance to replace the judges at penal courts of peace.
Because spot prices have a market structure and follow the law of demand and supply, cloud services in Amazon EC2 can provide a spot instance when a user's bid is higher than the current spot price.
I2 instances are available in four instance sizes, with 4, 8, 16, and 32 virtual CPUs (vCPUs) respectively, and are initially available in the US East (N.
For example, a standard deployment of a large instance now costs US$0.
com company (NASDAQ:AMZN), on Thursday announced High I/O instances, a new Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instance which is targeted towards applications that require low latency access to high speed storage.