escape routine

escape routine

n
(Computer Science) computing a means of leaving a computer-program sequence before its end, in order to commence another sequence
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The 68-year-old is a veteran of seven promotions and last year's dramatic escape routine with Rotherham United remains fresh in his mind.
You can't ignore a strong desire to escape routine and responsibility.
London, May 24 ( ANI ): Going on a holiday is supposed to be a chance to escape routine and relax with your partners, but unfortunately it also seems to provide couples with the perfect opportunity to argue.
But her spectacular butt-kicking escape routine brings a whole new meaning to the term ''chairman of the floored''.
The home owner, Charles Miller, armed himself with a fish landing net, his wife kept the bush baby interested with titbits of food, but Bobo knew the escape routine well and with a flick of his tail was off along the fences with kangaroo-like bounds.
Dozens of Roy Castle Fag Ends volunteers and advisers talked to shoppers and handed out information about quit smoking sessions, while the escape routine was being performed.
Stains that escape routine maintenance can usually be removed by a wire brush, but some stains require alternative methods.
Fairy tales often use shoes as a symbol to escape routine from a boring life.
Local hero Ken Price, who seems unbeatable on the Rock Park greens, won the over 60 singles for a record sixth time, while St Fagans duo Roger Russell and Norman Eldridge performed an escape routine to win the over 60 pairs title.
I felt the anti-aircraft fire hit the plane but we didn't have time to think about it, we were too busy doing our emergency escape routine and the plane was on fire.
See, that's the thing: Cosentino does his escape routines live, without covers, and in front of audiences.