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pushdown

(ˈpʊʃˌdaʊn)
n
1. (Computer Science) computing a list in which the last item added is at the top
2. (Aeronautics) aeronautics a manoeuvre in which an aircraft first loses altitude, then regains it
adj
3. (Computer Science) computing of or relating to a pushdown list
4. able to be pushed down
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Then tip the comb, rest the fascinator on your head and pushdown in the direction your hair falls.
Cao et al.[16] proposed a complex event processing method based on pushdown automata structure, and so on, have been developed to detect a complex event from various event streams.
social service providers following wrong-headed government mandates or bureaucratic inertia often tend to do the opposite, erecting needless barriers to services that can turn what should be a communal hand-up into a civic pushdown. One poignant example revolves around one of the primary needs of new parents: disposable diapers.
Factors affecting children's motivation, reported by teachers, include: the pushdown of curriculum requirements into the younger years; an earlier emphasis on the National Assessment Program for Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) testing; and the expectation that children will complete more complicated tasks at an earlier age in a more formal learning environment (Barblett et al., 2016).
As defined in the Chomsky Hierarchy, type 0 grammars generate unrestricted languages requiring a universal computer (Turing machine) with unlimited memory; type 1 grammars generate context-sensitive languages requiring a linear-bounded automaton with memory proportional to word length; type 2 grammars generate context-free languages requiring a pushdown automaton with a memory stack in which a fixed number of elements are available at any point; and type 3 grammars generate regular languages requiring a finite deterministic automaton with no memory.
For the first type, they showed using three models (Mealy machines, extended finite state machines, and pushdown automaton) that this problem is NP-complete.
In November 2014, FASB issued Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2014-17, Business Combinations (Topic 805): Pushdown Accounting, which became effective immediately.
El-Tawil, "Pushdown resistance as a measure of robustness in progressive collapse analysis," Engineering Structures, vol.
Cable fly Hammer curl Tricep pushdown Cable press Friday Saturday Rest Strength Bench press BB row BB shoulder press Pull-ups Table 3: Stroop test results.
The upper body sessions consisted of 6 upper body exercises and 2 abdominal/core exercises, and each session utilized combinations of barbell bench press, dumbbell bench press, dumbbell incline bench press, pec deck machine, skull-crushers, triceps pushdown, lat pulldown, low row, wide grip rows, shrugs, preacher curls, and dumbbell bicep curls.
He added: "It's not nice to paint a picture that isn't true, this was a pushdown. Post the whole video rounds, one through 12, unedited.
Ferraioli, "Dynamic increase factor for pushdown analysis of seismically designed steel moment-resisting frames," International Journal of Steel Structures, vol.