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Priority has more than 100,000 Priorities For Life customers throughout Virginia and North Carolina and employs more than 900 people.
illustrate their approaches to getting institutional priorities in order--and assembling budgets that follow suit.
However, recent bankruptcy court rulings have created results similar to bifurcation, by allocating taxes for the year to pre- and postpetition periods and assigning different priorities to the pre-and postpetition tax claims.
Priority Queuing allows a network administrator to define four priorities of traffic (high, normal, medium, and low) on a given interface and/or protocol.
The priorities were reflected in responses from 1,800 parents to a survey form sent out by district officials, who are considering whether to place a school bond proposal before voters.
The remaining government tax priorities concern government claims for property taxes assessed within one year of the bankruptcy filing date, excise taxes due within three years of the date of filing and certain customs duties.
Our application priority switch performs real-time prioritization on an application-by-application basis in response to network conditions and pre-established business priorities Enterprises experiencing serious application performance degradation across both IP and frame relay WANs can implement this device to improve accountability, predictability, and control over network services.
It already supports hard real-time applications with support for guaranteed CPU reservations, 256 fixed priorities, priority inheritance to avoid unbounded priority inversion problems, very high-resolution timers and clocks, and support for periodic tasks.