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1670s, from French routine "usual course of action, beaten path" (16c.), from route "way, path, course" (see route (n.)) + noun suffix -ine (see -ine (1)). Theatrical or athletic p [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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an unvarying or habitual method or procedure everyday: found in the ordinary course of events; "a placid everyday scene"; "it was a routine day"; &a [..]
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Part of a computer program, or a sequence of instructions called by a program, that may have some general or frequent use.
Source: math.utah.edu

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(IEEE) A subprogram that is called by other programs and subprograms. Note: This term is defined differently in various programming languages. See: module.
Source: fda.gov

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Term used facetiously to describe a par that is made under anything but routine circumstances. For example, if you hole out an eighty-yard wedge shot for par, you might exclaim, "Another rout [..]
Source: badgolfer.com

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A computer program, called by another program, that may have some general or frequent use.
Source: atis.org

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A section of a program that performs a particular task. Programs consist of modules, each of which contains one or more routines. The term routine is synonymous with procedure, function, and subroutin [..]
Source: webopedia.com

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A component of a computer program written to execute a given operation or function under specific conditions, for example, an error routine. Also refers to an operation or procedure that, if performed [..]
Source: abc-clio.com

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A piece of a program that is "called" from another part of the program. Often a well-structured program will consist of a short main routine that calls many other routines and subroutines to [..]
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Regular, customary, ordinary, repetitive, everyday.
Source: doh.wa.gov

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In Java functions that return nothing are called void methods.
Source: mindprod.com

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Invariable sequence of instructions, that make up part of a program
Source: pandasecurity.com

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See function
Source: watchguard.com

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(n) an unvarying or habitual method or procedure(n) a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program(n) a set sequence of steps, part of larger computer program(adj) found in the or [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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In computer programming, a routine, also called subroutine or function or procedure, is a section of a program that performs a particular task. Programs consist of modules, each of which contains one [..]
Source: labautopedia.org

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  In IT, generally, a set of computer Commands/instructions forming part of a program. For ease and clarity of programming, software often consists of numerous modules, routines, sub-routines, etc., [..]
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A continuous show of talent in the squad by use of cheers, chants and dance steps. Can last from 2 min. 30 sec. up to 4 min. depending on the time limits of the competition or showcase.  Scorpion
Source: cheerleading.about.com

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Regular preventive maintenance of torpedoes, especially during World War Two. Might consist of topping up fuel, charging batteries, topping up air flasks, maintenance of exploder and gyro, etc.
Source: combat.ws

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Performed as part of usual practice (as opposed to the use of additional measures in specific circumstances e.g. where invasive procedures are conducted or in the event of an outbreak).
Source: nhmrc.gov.au

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scripted story or conversation intended to advance interaction with a women or group. Examples are "best friends test, evolution phase-shift and ESP demonstration.
Source: andrewnoske.com

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a combination of movements or manoeuvres displaying a specific range of skills.
Source: brentwoodtc.org

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Outgoing telegrams with the lowest order of precedence - assigned to communications which justify DOS transmission but are of insufficient urgency to require a higher precedence (USAID Automated Direc [..]
Source: developmentwork.net

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See ‘Bit,’ above.
Source: creatingacomic.com

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(standard course of action,or|computing)
Source: en.wiktionary.org


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