cold start


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cold start

n
(Computer Science) computing the reloading of a program or operating system
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cold start

n cold starting (Am) n (Comput) → partenza a freddo
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The first involved the readjustment of 'Pivot' corps (defensive or ground holding corps) to make it possible to launch offensive operations virtually from a 'cold start' to deny Pakistan the advantage of early mobilization.
Since India did not resort to its Cold Start Doctrine, Pakistan's military response was measured and restrained so as to exercise escalation control and damage limitation.
Nasr was developed in response to India's cold start doctrine, whose existence was officially confirmed by Indian Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat.
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IANS NEW YORK PAKISTAN has developed short-range nuclear weapons to counter the 'Cold Start'doctrine of the Indian Army, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said on Thursday.