warm start


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warm start

n (Comput) → Warmstart m
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A warm start to the summer followed by a period of rain has seen growth of the giant hogweed accelerate.
The rest of the week is looking dryer with just a few showers and after that warm start it will start to turn cooler again as we head towards the Bank Holiday.
After a warm start temperatures will fall to between 10C and 13C in moderate westerly winds.
Fashion chains have also been knocked by an unseasonably warm start to autumn, which dented demand for warmer clothing ranges.
Despite the much warmer than average, but unsettled, summer and the warm start to autumn, people should not be lulled into a false sense of security," he said.
The week got off to a warm start with most of the UK forecast to enjoy some summer sun.
I arrived the week that the Alps received a huge dump of snow - after a worryingly warm start to the skiing season.
It was an unusually warm start for the 451 runners who finished the near-eight-mile run which covers multiple terrain and takes in the Boulby Cottages area, one of the highest points on the English coastline.
A THICK blanket of smog covered Delhi and the surrounding areas as temperatures plunged suddenly in what has otherwise been a warm start to winter.
But Next weren't alone in having their fingers burned by the warm start to autumn.
Workers who have to move from place to place to collect remote assets won't have to waste time waiting for a system warm-up: the Juno T41 G tests at an average cold start of less than 38 seconds, and a warm start of less than 6 seconds.