chaining

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  • Info Chaining is an instructional procedure used in behavioral psychology, experimental analysis of behavior and applied behavior analysis. more...
  • Some stations may have the same number of tracks, but a slightly different chaining.
  • One physical line may have several chaining letters, and one chaining line may cover several physical lines.
  • Chaining lines are not necessarily the same as the physical lines they run on.
  • However, since the chaining process was also expensive, it was not used on all books.
  • The practice of chaining library books became less popular as printing increased and books became less expensive.
  • All methods also return the same StringBuilder, so you can use method chaining.
  • Additional tracks on the same chaining line are usually numbered higher by the same rules.
  • In theory, chaining could improve the performance of common multi-step operations.
  • My heart leaped when I discovered that which was chaining the attention of them all. Cited from Pellucidar, by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • One idea that has recently become the subject of studies on involuntary memory is chaining.
  • This feature of chaining to a certain line number allowed programs to signal to each other that they were being called from another program.
  • Many of these lines originally had individual chaining zero points as a result of the different companies that built and operated them.
  • The court then applied a so-called chaining-evidence argument.
  • It generally consists of a man chaining himself up and then complaining that he is not free. Cited from All Things Considered, by G. K. Chesterton
  • While chaining books was a popular practice throughout Europe, it was not used in all libraries.
  • West was also known for his opposition to chaining dogs.
  • Track numbers and letters are used for chaining purposes and are rarely, if ever, used by passengers.
  • Command chaining tells the channel that the next CCW contains a new command.
  • The chaining system is intact and works in much the same way.
  • Sometimes they will put their idols in irons, chaining their hands and feet. Cited from Dr. Scudder's Tales for Little Readers, About the Heathen, by Scudder
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Root form of chaining is chain for the verb.

Meaning of chaining

  • verb Connect or arrange into a chain by linking
  • verb Fasten or secure with chains
    Chain the chairs together