Eula


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Eula

(ˈjuːlə)
n acronym for
(Computer Science) end-user licence agreement: the agreement made by a user before being granted permission to use computer software
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Construction of a three-span bridge in the course of BAB 72-N via the Eula, consisting of 2 partial structures (1 Bridge per carriageway);
A EULA details your and your vendor's responsibilities relating to installation of your EHR, training your staff, and ongoing software and hardware support.
Eula Mae was tried separately from the other two defendants in February 1928, and her sentence brought her notoriety and celebrity status.
If you are not able to change the EULA, have the terms of your order take precedence over the publisher's EULA.
I feed our local foxes every evening and in the past I noticed one had mange and like Eula I had two dogs at that time.
Some users have pointed out however, that previous Nintendo consoles like the Wii and DS also featured much of the same language present in the 3DS' EULA.
Then, Aunt Eula would call to me as she brought out my very own straw hat and gloves.
Mack once headed the Urban League and was involved with a number of controversies with the LAPD over the years, from the shooting of Eula Love in 1979 to the Rodney King beatings in 1991.
The iPhone is Created so it Won't Support Flash<p>The virtual limitations imposed by the iPhone software, as in only one application open at all times (except for a couple of Apple's own apps), means that an environment like Adobe Flash won't be able to install or launch other executable code by any means, including the use of a plug-in architecture (iPhone SDK EULA clause 3.
Specifically, as regards "Sleepy Hollow," Cecil Eby claims that Ichabod, Katrina, and Brom Bones prefigure Labove, Eula, and McCarron.
1 now supports 'product usage rights' (PUR), which specify the terms, conditions and restrictions as found in the software publishers EULA.
When a user either purchases software or freely downloads software from the Internet, the user is not buying the ownership rights to the software but a license to use the software according to the licensing agreement, or EULA (for End User Licensing Agreement).