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Originating from IT roots, where it also refers to a less than pleasant prospect, to "perform a core dump" (in some marginally civilized, yet uncouth circles of urbanity) refers to the process of laboriously evacuating one's bowels - usually resulting in a hefty pile and dispersed shrapnel all over the porcelain scooter.
Dang, man! Did you have to come and perform a core dump at MY possy?!
To the mall security guard: "Dude, where's the jazz?! I urgently need to perform a core dump, or I might embarrass the shoppers!
Basic areobatic maneuver, used to shake an enemy from your tail. You corkscrew in the sky and lose airspeed, and your enemy flies right by you.
To perform a barrel roll, bank sharply left or right, and gently pull back on the stick to maintain the roll. Hold sideways pressure on the stick as you roll inverted, then center it when you return to level flight.
During this move, the stick is essentially in the Left or right rear corner of the cockpit. The nose will draw a circle on the horlizon, instaed of rotating on a point. If you do a barrel roll perfectly, you won't lose any altitude
These people who say to perform a barrel roll by pushing buttons don't know how to fly worth shit and I would own them in any aerial combat game.
The ‘birthday present’ is shorthand, used to describe a particular song that carries certain notoriety for an artist or group. This song has come to define the band/artist, regardless of its age, quality or potential embarrassment. When performing live, this particular track is virtually expected; failure to perform the number will lead to grave disappointment or even bitterness from the crowd.
The ‘birthday present’ obtains its name through its special gift-like quality that, if not received, tends to cause resentment.
If Led Zeppelin came to town they’d just *have* to perform ‘Stairway to Heaven’, it’s their birthday present!
Funky Christian Performing Arts Group.
Can be found throughout Europe with quite a few groups based in England.
Origin - Norway
Ten means 'teen' in Norwegian and... we sing! and act! and dance! and stuff!
"Ten Sing rocks my socks!"
"10th November Ten Sing will perform at St. Paul's"
"Ten Sing is sooo lush!"
"You can do anything as a Ten Sing member."
Anthony Callea is just 22 years of age, but he is already a national phenomenon.more...
His debut single, that extraordinary version of Andrea Bocelli’s “The Prayer”, not only held the No. 1 position in lockdown for five consecutive weeks, it has set the record books reeling: Anthony Callea’s “The Prayer” is officially the fastest selling Australian single of all time, it is also the highest selling Australian single ever!
These are astounding figures for any artist, but especially for one whose career has only just begun. They hint at Anthony’s rare, cross-generational appeal, but they’re not what make him special. To understand that, you have to cast your mind all the way back to the 10th August, 2004, the morning after the then 21 year old singing teacher from Melbourne was voted out of the first round of Australian Idol. It had been a tough blow to a performer who’d been working towards this moment since he was three years old. But that day, like every other day, he got over it and did what he did best. He sang. Because for Anthony Callea, there was nothing else he could do. “Music is my life. It’s my reason for being”, he says. “And anyway”, he laughs, “I’m crap at everything else”.
There was nothing in Anthony’s family history suggestive of his future profession. No one sang, no one played an instrument. So you can imagine his parents’ complete bewilderment when the then three-year old Anthony asked them if they could take him to singing lessons. “It was a bit wei...
To perform or do(a), often used with the, a slang expression used to say what you did.
Give the tv a slap, that should fix it.
What did you do last night?
I gave some tv the watch.
Lets give it some icecream.
Those mobsters are on our tail, we better give it the run away.
The process of recognizing and reacting to circumstances that are relevant to an event. It is taken so much for granted by humans that computers, and those who design them, seem stupid by comparison, when they fail to perform this process.
Some clues for making computers perform contextual cognition:more...
1. The more repeatedly the user strikes a particular keyboard key or clicks on an interface button before the computer performs the function assigned to that key or button, the more likely it is the user wants the computer to perform the function already, instead of what ever it's messing around with right now.
2. If the user continues repeatedly striking a particular keyboard key or clicking an interface button after the computer performed the function, this would be a good time to check and see whether the computer actually performed the function.
3. A user who clicks a window's title bar