A no-force policy is used in transaction control in database theory. The term no-force refers to the disk pages related to the actual database object being modified. With a no-force policy, when a transaction commits, the changes made to the actual objects are not required to be written to disk in-...
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A non-contact force is a force applied to an object by another body that is not in direct contact with it. The most familiar example of a non-contact force is gravity. In contrast a contact force is a force applied to a body by another body that is in contact with it. However it is to be noted that...
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==Summary== Orson, created from the scenic Vijaydurg area without infringing on any other country`s sovereignty ...
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(from the article `conservative force`) ...is independent of the path resulting in a given displacement and is equal to zero when the path is a closed loop. Stored energy, or potential ... ...oscillations tend to die away as time goes on. This behaviour, called damping of the oscillations, is produc...
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= November 16 = == Fail. == --Jayron32.talk.contribs 00:55, 16 November 2008 (UTC) == ?Just Curious == I have a dictionary it is old i just dont know how old! It is called the new german english dictionary published by David McKay! If any 1 knows anything about this please respond back i have searc...
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Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) is a nonpartisan unarmed peacekeeping organisation that works to protect civilians and reduce violence in areas affected by armed conflict. In partnership with local groups, Nonviolent Peaceforce members aim to apply proven strategies to protect threatened individuals and...
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The NORFORCE (North-West Mobile Force) is an infantry regiment of the Australian Army Reserve. Formed in 1981, the regiment is one of three Regional Force Surveillance Units (RFSUs) employed in surveillance and reconnaissance of the remote areas of Northern Australia. ==History== In the late-1970s ...
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The normal force is one of the components of the ground reaction force and may coincide with it, for example considering a person standing still on the ground, in which case the ground reaction force reduces to the normal force. In another common situation, if an object hits a surface with some spe...
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In the Battle of France in June 1940, Norman Force was a formation of units of the British Expeditionary Force, following the Dunkirk evacuation. On 13 June 1940, Lieutenant-General Sir Alan Brooke assumed command of all British troops still in France. He placed the British units fighting with the ...
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North Algona Wilberforce
North Algona Wilberforce is a township in Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada. It has a population of 2,873. The township was formed in 1999 when the North Algona and Wilberforce townships were amalgamated. Wilberforce Township was named in 1851, to honour William Wilberforce. ==Communities== The towns...
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North American Task Force
The Kenbei Shitai was an Imperial Japanese Navy fleet. In accordance with the Anglo-Japanese Alliance, the fleet defended the West Coast of Canada as well as Allied shipping in the Pacific during World War I. ==Background== As Canada emerged from the 19th century it still depended on the British Ro...
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North Force is a football club based in the Whangarei, New Zealand. They compete in the Lotto Sport Italia NRFL Division 1. North Force was set up late in 2003 by Kamo & Tikipunga Football clubs so that a combined team could be entered in either the US1 Federation League or the Northern Federations...
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North Russia Expeditionary Force
AI research tries to give machines the ability to reason, represent knowledge, plan, learn, communicate, perceive, move and manipulate objects. Current approaches to Artificial Intelligence include symbolic methods, such as knowledge based Artificial Intelligence, and sub-symbolic methods such as c...
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The Northern Force were the northern-most team in Netball New Zealand`s former premier competition - the National Bank Cup. For the 2008 ANZ Championship the Force merged with the Auckland Diamonds to create the Northern Mystics. Based at the North Shore Events Centre in Auckland, the Force region ...
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Northern Territory Force
Northern Territory Force was an Australian Army force responsible for protecting the Northern Territory during World War II. Most units assigned to the Northern Territory Force were based near Darwin and were responsible for defending the important naval and air bases in and around the town against...
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Northforce was the name given to units of No. 12 Commando and No. 14 Commando formed at various times between 1943 and 1944 for raids and reconnaissance of the Norwegian coastline. ...
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Not Much Force
Not Much Force is a 1915 silent comedy film featuring Oliver Hardy. ...
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