pauseless

pauseless

(ˈpɔːzlɪs)
adj
without pauses; ceaseless
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Wolf, "The pauseless GC algorithm," in Proceedings of the 1st ACM/USENIX International Conference on Virual Execution Environments (VEE '05), pp.
Zing implements a pauseless garbage collection algorithm that enables new or existing Java applications to take simultaneous advantage of very large Java heaps (hundreds of GBs of memory) while also delivering extremely low latency.
Designed and optimized for x86 servers and enterprise-class workloads, Azul s Zing JVM is the only Java runtime that supports highly consistent and pauseless execution for throughput-intensive and QoS-sensitive Java applications.
out of the constitution cost the women of the country fifty-two years of pauseless campaign ...
cost the women of this country 52 years of pauseless campaign."
of pauseless campaign": Carrie Chapman Cott and Nettie Rogers
Valery represents the circularity of both the sunset and contemplation in the pauseless pace of lines two and three, and by his emphasis of particular rhymes.
Valery immediately focuses our attention on the viewer's posture towards the skies with the preposition "sur" and in the pauseless progression of line one--"Sur tes ardents autels son regard favorable." However, with the first word of line two--"Brule," Valery shifts our perspective from the viewer's outward posture to his inner world.
Today, he puts both biases aside and begins an almost pauseless rant: "Gorbachev will pay for his sins!