Tombstone

[data store] A tombstone is a deleted record in a replica of a distributed data store. The tombstone is necessary, as distributed data stores use eventual consistency, where only a subset of nodes where the data is stored must respond before an operation is considered to be successful. == Motivation == If information is deleted in an eventu...
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Tombstone

Advertisement listing the underwriters to a security issue.
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Tombstone

Former silver-mining town in the desert of southeastern Arizona, USA. The gunfight at the OK Corral, with deputy marshal Wyatt Earp, his brothers, and `Doc` Holliday against the Clanton gang,...
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Tombstone

Tomb'stone` noun A stone erected over a grave, to preserve the memory of the deceased.
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Tombstone

• (n.) A stone erected over a grave, to preserve the memory of the deceased.
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tombstone

(from the article `art, African`) ...southern Ethiopia carve wooden tomb posts about 6.5 feet (200 cm) high surmounted by carved heads and shoulders, representing deceased nobles or ...
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Tombstone

city, Cochise county, southeastern Arizona, U.S. The site was ironically named by Ed Schieffelin, who discovered silver there in 1877 after being ...
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Tombstone

Advertisement listing the underwriters of a security issue.
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Tombstone

An advertisement containing the names of the underwriters in a particular security issue. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Tombstone

An advertisement placed for information purposes, after bonds or notes are sold, that describes certain details of the issue and lists the managing underwriters and the members of the underwriting syndicate.
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Tombstone

Tombstone, city (1990 pop. 1,220), Cochise co., SE Ariz.; inc. 1881. With its pleasant climate and legendary past, Tombstone is a well-known tourist attraction. The city became a national historic landmark in 1962. Silver was discovered there in 1877 by Ed Schieffelin, a prospector, who two years la...
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TOMBSTONE

A form of publicity, usually shown in the financial press, which sets out the highlights of a financing which has been arranged in the capital markets. Tombstones usually show the clients, the arranger or agent bank and the lenders or funding providers which were involved in the transaction.
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Tombstone

Tombstone is better known by the name of Flags, a tournament format. In this format, the tombstone term signifies the object placed in the ground on the spot where the golfer's round comes to an end.
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Tombstone

[financial industry] A tombstone is a type of print notice that is most often used in the financial industry to formally announce a particular transaction, such as an initial public offering or placement of stock of a company. The Securities Act of 1933 required the publication of the tombstone advertisement to be printed in a newspaper and...
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Tombstone

[pizza] Tombstone is a brand of frozen pizza. It is available in several varieties, including pepperoni and sausage. The package design typically includes images of a cactus and the pizza. ==History== Tombstone was founded in Medford, Wisconsin, United States, by Pep Simek, his brother, Ron Simek, and two other individuals in 1962. The name...
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Tombstone

[manufacturing] A tombstone, also known as a pedestal-type fixture, tooling tower, tooling column or fixture block, is a fixture of two to six or more sides, onto which are mounted parts to be manufactured. Tombstones are typically used in automated systems: parts are loaded onto the tombstone so that robots may operate on one part, flip th...
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Tombstone

[advertising] In advertising, a tombstone is a particular type of print advertisement appearing in a newspaper or magazine. Tombstone ads are typically unadorned text, black on white, often enclosed in a simple box, with a centered headline and a number of lines in the body of the ad, usually also centered. The name originates from their si...
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Tombstone

[programming] Tombstones are a mechanism to detect dangling pointers that can appear in certain computer programming languages, e. g. C, C++ and assembly languages, and to act as a containment to their dangerous effects. A tombstone is a structure that acts as an intermediary between a pointer and the heap-dynamic data in memory. The pointe...
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Tombstone

[typography] The tombstone, Halmos, or end of proof mark `∎` is used in mathematics to denote the end of a proof, in place of the traditional abbreviation `QED` for the Latin phrase `quod erat demonstrandum`, `which had to be demonstrated` (Q.E.D.). In magazines, it is one of the various symbols used to indicate the end of an article. In ...
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Tombstone

[disambiguation] A tombstone is a stele or marker, usually stone, that is placed over a grave. Tombstone may also refer to: ==Business and technology== ==Popular culture== ==Other uses== ...
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Tombstone

Individual investors who trade single securities independently or invest in intermediaries such as m
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