exit

  1. an opening that permits escape or release
  2. euphemistic expressions for death
  3. the act of going out

exit

A command which closes the program and any active documents.

Exit

1) The process of leaving the stage. 2) Point in the script at which an actor leaves the stage.

Exit

[U2 song] `Exit` is a song by rock band U2. It is the tenth track on their 1987 album The Joshua Tree. `Exit` was developed from a lengthy jam that was recorded in a single take and edited down to a shorter arrangement. The lyrics, which portray the mind of a serial killer, were inspired by lead singer Bono`s reading of Norman Mailer`s 1980...
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Exit

[magazine] Exit is a magazine that was co-founded in 2000 by editor/photographer Stephen Toner and art director Mark Jubber. The premier issue of Exit, featuring more than 100 pages of art, fashion and landscape photography, went on to receive industry acclaim. We publish work that not only represents the true face of photography but also d...
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exit

[n] - an opening that permits escape or release 2. [n] - the act of going out 3. [v] - move out of or depart from 4. [v] - lose the lead, in card games
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exit

A stage direction. ...
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EXIT

EXIT: Stands for ex utero intrapartum treatment. Surgery on the fetus may be done after a Cesarean section, but before the cord is cut, so that the fetus is sustained by the mother's placenta and does not have to breath on its own. This method is employed when the fetus suffers from a congenital defect that blocks the airway. By the time the cord i...
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Exit

Ex'it [ Latin , 3d pers. sing. present of exire to go out. See Exeunt , Issue .] He (or she ) goes out, or retires from view; as, exit Macbeth. » The Latin words exit (he or she goes out), and exeunt ( they go out), are used in dramatic writings to indicate the time of w...
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Exit

Ex'it noun [ See 1st Exit .] 1. The departure of a player from the stage, when he has performed his part. « They have their exits and their entrances.» Shak. 2. Any departure; the act of quitting the stage of action or of life; death; as, to make one'...
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exit

issue noun an opening that permits escape or release; `he blocked the way out`; `the canyon had only one issue`
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exit

noun the act of going out
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exit

go out verb move out of or depart from; `leave the room`; `the fugitive has left the country`
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exit

verb lose the lead
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Exit

• (n.) A way of departure; passage out of a place; egress; way out. • (n.) The departure of a player from the stage, when he has performed his part. • (n.) Any departure; the act of quitting the stage of action or of life; death; as, to make one`s exit. • He (or she ) goes out, or retires from view; as, exit Macbeth.Exit: wor......
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Exit

[economics] Exit, in economics, means opting out of future transactions. ==Overview== A firm can secure its ability to exit, for instance, by only agreeing to contracts that contain a clause that allows for termination on terms it feels would be acceptable. In constitutional economics, it implies a right of secession. However, a citizen see...
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Exit

[system call] On many computer operating systems, a computer process terminates its execution by making an exit system call. More generally, an exit in a multithreading environment means that a thread of execution has stopped running. For resource management, the operating system reclaims resources (memory, files, etc.) that were used by th...
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exit

In drama a character´s leaving the stage
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Exit

To close a program.
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Exit

How you come out of a trick.
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Exit

[group] Exit is the name of a Swedish and a German anti-Nazi organisation, as well as another Swedish organisation with broader goals. The German anti-Nazi organisation was modelled on the Swedish one. All three groups aim to provide support and rehabilitation for neo-Nazis wanting to leave that subculture, as well as support for parents an...
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Exit

[video game] Exit is a 2005 action/puzzle video game that was developed and published by Taito for the PlayStation Portable. It was first released in Japan, on December 15, 2005, in North America on February 14, 2006, in Australia on March 30, 2006, and in Europe on March 31, 2006. A version for Xbox Live Arcade was released on October 24, ...
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Exit

[festival] Exit (Literary Serbian: Егзит, Egzit) (also known as State of Exit) is an award-winning summer music festival which is held at the Petrovaradin Fortress in the city of Novi Sad, Serbia. It was officially proclaimed as the `Best Major European festival` at the EU Festival Awards, which were held in Groningen in January 2014. ...
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Exit

[command] exit is a command used in many operating system command line shells and scripting languages. The command causes the shell or program to terminate. If performed within an interactive command shell, the user is logged out of their current session, and/or user`s current console or terminal connection is disconnected. Typically an opt...
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EXIT

[performance art group] EXIT were a performance art group during the mid-1970s. EXIT members Penny Rimbaud and Gee Vaucher later founded anarchist punk rock band Crass, adopting many of EXIT`s experimental/multi media techniques into Crass` presentation. Rimbaud acknowledges that EXIT in turn had been involved with the Fluxus Movement (of w...
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