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  Crushing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Death by crushing or pressing, as a method of execution, has a long and bloody history, and the techniques to achieve this end varied greatly from place to place.
The most famous victim in the United Kingdom was the Catholic martyr Saint Margaret Clitherow, who was pressed to death on March 25, 1586, after refusing to plead to the charge of having harboured priests in her house (in order to avoid a trial in which her own children would be obliged to give evidence).
The only victim of peine forte et dure in American history was Giles Corey, who was pressed to death on September 19, 1692, during the Salem witch trials, after he refused to enter a plea in the judicial proceeding.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Execution_by_pressing   (494 words)

 Working with the Listener   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Pressing Return when the insertion point is not in the last line of text in the Listener causes the insertion point to move to the last line.
Pressing Option-G moves the previous input line to the bottom of the text in the Listener.
Each time you press this key combination, a previous input line is moved to the bottom of the text in the Listener.
www.digitool.com /MCL-getting-started/gs_33.htm   (332 words)

 Spreadsheet keyboard macros. (The Practitioner & the Computer)
When the macro is invoked, it executes each keystroke in the top cell, then moves to the next lower cell and executes those keystrokes.
Pressing Enter restarts the macro and the tilde () presses Enter to execute the GOTO command.
Your pressing Enter restarts the macro; therefore, ensure that the data that you have typed is correct before you press Enter and restart the macro.
www.nysscpa.org /cpajournal/old/12106237.htm   (3276 words)

 Raining Data - Online Technical Manual
Any command or program can be interrupted during execution by pressing the active "level pushing" key, (usually a or key).
When a command or program is interrupted, the system stops execution and saves all parameters so that execution can be resumed exactly where it was interrupted.
Pressing at the "higher-level" TCL prompt returns to the previous level and continues execution of the process at that level.
www.rainingdata.com /support/techpubs2/2086head.html   (233 words)

 OpenVMS Debugger Manual   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The debugger also displays source lines automatically when it suspends execution at a breakpoint or watchpoint or after a STEP command, or when a tracepoint is triggered (see Section 2.3).
As you execute the program, the arrow moves down and the source code is scrolled vertically to center the arrow in the display.
Press KP3 repeatedly as needed to select the display to be scrolled (by default, SRC is scrolled).
pupgg.princeton.edu /cdrom12/html/ssb71/4538/4538P003.HTM   (3906 words)

 How to Run/Execute ISETL Statements   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Lines located anywhere in the execution window may be sent to ISETL for execution by highlighting with the mouse one or more lines of statements, then
As ISETL executes each statement it first copies the statement to the end of the execution window, then executes the statement and prints any output from the statement at the end of the execution window.
Also, if you are typing at the end of the execution window, pressing ENTER at the end of a line causes all statements on that line to be sent to ISETL for execution.
isetlw.muc.edu /isetlw/how2run.htm   (124 words)

 OpenVMS Debugger Manual   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
As indicated in the previous sections, a command that starts execution is executed in the context of the visible process, but it also causes execution to start in other processes.
Execution is resumed with the GO command and is suspended at the breakpoint in process 2.
Pressing Ctrl/C (or the abort-key sequence established with the SET ABORT_KEY command) interrupts execution in every process that is currently running an image.
www.myths.com /pub/doc/openvms/721final/4538/4538pro_031.html   (2766 words)

 Query Analyzer Mode   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Executer pad is invoked by selecting Query Analyzer Mode button in the toolbar of Daffodil DB Browser.
On pressing save option, user is prompted to enter the file name, and on entering the file name, all the queries in the currently selected executer pad gets saved to the named file.
On pressing load script option, user is prompted to enter the file name and on entering the file name, all the queries, which are saved within the file, can be viewed on the currently selected executer pad.
www.daffodildb.com /dbhelp/Query_Analyzer_Mode.htm   (1152 words)

 OpenVMS Debugger Manual   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Execution was interrupted in that process, either because execution was suspended in another process, or because the user interrupted execution with the abort-key sequence (Ctrl/C, by default).
Similarly, if you use the DO command to broadcast a command to start execution in one or more processes, the command is executed in the context of each specified process that is not on hold, but images in any other processes that are not on hold are also allowed to execute.
At that point, execution is interrupted in any other processes that were executing images, and the debugger prompts for input.
pupgg.princeton.edu /cdrom12/html/ssb71/4538/4538P023.HTM   (3431 words)

 OpenVMS Debugger Manual   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Execution is now paused at the first machine-code instruction for line 27 within routine COUNT of module TEST.
When execution returns to the calling routine, the nonstatic variable is no longer active, so the debugger automatically cancels the watchpoint and issues a message to that effect.
Subsequently, whenever execution of the program is interrupted, the debugger sets the module that contains the routine in which execution is paused.
www.myths.com /pub/doc/openvms/721final/4538/4538pro_004.html   (2894 words)

 Debugging VBA
You can step through code line by line by pressing the F8 key to start the procedure in which the cursor is, or when VBA is paused at a break point.
Pressing F8 causes VBA to execute each line one at a time, highlighting the next line of code in yellow.
It tells VBA to execute code until the line on which the cursor is sitting is reached.
www.cpearson.com /excel/debug.htm   (1598 words)

 Wilcox Associates, Inc. - Website
Pressing the ESC key was causing the Fixture Setup dialog to close without warning.
Executing scans that were converted to points was causing application errors.
Pressing the Cancel button in the execution mode dialog calculated twice through the part program if a breakpoint was defined in the program.
www.wilcoxassoc.com /Versions/v35.htm   (11536 words)

 SEIKO RL-3000 ROBOT Summary Sheet
The program is run by using pressing the "START" button on the top left corner of the keyboard.
Executes a subroutine at the specifed line number until it reaches a RETURN
Instructs the controller to continue execution at the specified line number.
www.wake.tec.nc.us /~jlturner/atr211/Seiko.htm   (1250 words)

 WinDLX Tutorial
Pressing F7 advances the simulation for one time step; this changes the first line's color to orange and the next line is colored yellow.
Therefore the execution of movi2fp must be aborted, leaving a "bubble" in the pipeline.
What has internally happened to execute this command can be examined by pointing to the line to be examined in the clock cycle diagram (the line containing the addi-command) and double clicking.
www.ndsu.nodak.edu /instruct/tareski/ee774f96/notes/windlx/wdlxtut.htm   (2715 words)

 SCOTUS Halts Banks Execution
Texas time, just 10 minutes before Banks was to become the 300th inmate executed there since the state resumed capital punishment in 1982.
He readily acknowledged that "we know this was not a good day for the Whiteheads," who have been pressing for Banks' execution.
The brief filed by Sessions and the others said it would be "a miscarriage of justice" to permit the execution to go forward because there were "uncured constitutional errors" in Banks' case.
www.truthinjustice.org /banksreprieve.htm   (1042 words)

 Commands Reference, Volume 1 - bs Command
Statements entered from standard input are normally executed immediately (see compile and execute statement syntax).
In the first format, control passes to the Label given, just as if a goto had been performed when onintr was executed.
To execute the bs command and direct the result to a file called output, enter:
www.ncsa.uiuc.edu /UserInfo/Resources/Hardware/IBMp690/IBM/usr/share/man/info/en_US/a_doc_lib/cmds/aixcmds1/bs.htm   (2462 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Press the ESC key to bring up the menu bar, and type B to bind (link) the program.
Press ESC again to take the defaults on the second screen (Small window, line tracing, and no procedure tracing).
Press ESC to reveal the menu bar, then C to request compilation, then select "select unit" to select a file from the working directory.
www.mathcs.sjsu.edu /faculty/smithj/oldclass/152s96/adadoc/userman.dos   (3921 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Another way to execute an option is to press the number of the desired function.
If program INFIVE is executed, the program allows you to name the input file created at the end of the interactive session.
Press <5> or move the cursor to line 5.
www.dodson-hydro.com /hec5/Menu5.htm   (1451 words)

 DennisKyne.com: Liberty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Socrates, at age 70, was tried and executed in 399 B.C. for his belief that the best method of education was via discussion.
As his execution indicates, pressing the consensual thought was an un-politically correct thing to-do.
Human nature allows us to accept the fact that Socrates would have preferred to live, yet his belief in the need to speak freely was so strong he was willing to die.
www.denniskyne.com /media/articles/liberty   (1183 words)

 Report of Activities Regarding ABA Resolutions to Place a Moratorium on the Death Penalty
Significant legislation of a different kind is the state of Illinois' enactment in March 1997 of a provision that permits a death row inmate to obtain DNA testing of evidence presented at trial and to introduce results of such testing in an appeal proceeding.
But when a real threat of execution arose--that is, a realistic execution date was set--the State claimed that under the AEDPA, the federal courts could not consider the issue because Martinez-Villareal already had had his day in federal court on the other issues he previously had raised.
In October 1997, the Executive Board of the American Public Health Association (APHA) endorsed the ABA resolution and noted in a letter to ABA Executive Director Robert A. Stein that the APHA already has a resolution stating that health personnel should not be required or expected to assist in legally authorized executions.
www.abanet.org /irr/abaact2web.html   (8739 words)

 Article Details   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Once STOP is executed you will be returned to the editor and the debugging options of the Build menu will be available.
The cursor will advance to the line that was just executed and the variable display dialog will be updated to show the changes to the contents of any variables.
After you have examined the contents of variables you can continue execution at the next line after the STOP statement, or the next line to be executed if you were single stepping, by selecting 'Continue' from the build menu.
www.web-helper.net /IBasicDev/Article_Details.asp?category_id=23&art_id=37   (361 words)

 r1349 - in nALFS/nALFS/tags/1.2.0: . nALFS
With this approach, nALFS, which reads the -given profile, can be instructed to pause execution, start execution -from selected element (by browsing a profile in a tree-like mode) and -much much more.
It doesn't matter whether they are already - successfully executed or not - all marked elements will run - again.
If -the execution fails for some reason, nALFS will simply exit with the -return value not equal to 0.
www.linuxfromscratch.org /pipermail/alfs-log/2004-July/002150.html   (1744 words)

 WOEXP: 79 - Mental rotation of abstract figures versus rest   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Deciding whether pairs or visual stimuli were the same or mirrored indicating by pressing one of two buttons with the index or the middle finger of their right hand.
Deciding whether visual stimuli were the same or mirrored indicating by pressing one of two buttons with the index or the middle finger of their right hand.
Movement of a screen cursor in incongruence with passive right index finger movement and detection of transition between conditions with left thumb button press versus movement of the cursor in congruence with the passive finger movement and with button press.
hendrix.imm.dtu.dk /services/jerne/brede/WOEXP_79.html   (1479 words)

 The New York Times > New York Region > Across New York, a Death Penalty Stuck in Limbo   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
While aware of the June 24 ruling on capital punishment, she announced that she was seeking the execution of two men charged with killing a witness who had been scheduled to testify in a drug trial.
Raymond A. Kelly Jr., a defense lawyer in the Troy witness-killing case, said it was a violation of basic rules of fair play for prosecutors to begin pressing for execution on the heels of a high court ruling declaring that there was an important flaw in the death penalty law.
DeAngelis's assertion that she was seeking execution and that the status of the case was now remarkably murky.
www.nytimes.com /2004/08/21/nyregion/21death.html?ei=5090&en=2fdd90796f2f1fe8&ex=1250740800&partner=rssuserland&pagewanted=all&position=   (1395 words)

 Pressing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Technically it was not an execution when Giles Corey was pressed to death during the fiasco known as the Salem Witch Trials.
Accordingly Giles Corey was pressed: placed upon the ground with gradually increased weight piled on him.
His death was a protest-the most dramatic protest of all-against the methods of the court".
users.bestweb.net /~rg/execution/pressing.htm   (110 words)

 Debugging - Developer Fusion - Printer Friendly Version   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
To return to where the yellow line is (the next statement to be executed), press Show Next Statement on the Debug Menu.
If you press this, you will see a list of all the current forms properties, along with any controls that are on the form.
Press the + sign next to Me, and then scroll down until you find Command2 and press the + sign next to that.
www.developerfusion.co.uk /Extra/Print.aspx?id=33   (2180 words)

 Smalltalk Overview
In short, the body of the loop is executed iteratively with different values of "i", ranging from 1 to n.
The execution of this assignment statement will create a Block object, but it will not execute the statements inside the block.
After "accept"ing the new method, we see that execution is suspended on the first message-send in the method, as shown next.
web.cecs.pdx.edu /~harry/musings/SmalltalkOverview.html   (18229 words)

 SQL Server 2005 - SQL Server Integration Services - Part 13
Since the placement of breakpoints is arbitrary (within the confines of executable components, such as tasks and containers), they offer the ability to suspend all activities at the desired stage, in order to perform testing of the current execution status, including monitoring variables, testing component properties, or running data queries.
Once breakpoints are enabled and a package is launched, its execution is suspended whenever a breakpoint is reached (this is reflected by the descriptive message appearing in the Debug results of the Output window).
This is done by positioning the cursor at the relevant line and either pressing the F9 key or selecting the Toggle Breakpoint option from the Debug menu (as you might expect, the same menu item is used to remove an existing breakpoint).
www.databasejournal.com /features/mssql/article.php/3566121   (2105 words)

 NCPA - Daily Policy Digest - Prisons Full of "Retarded"
In civilian life, the mentally retarded are widely considered to be up 2 to 3 percent of the population.
In contrast, an estimated 10 percent of the nation's 3,500 prisoners facing execution are pressing appeals to downgrade their punishment to life in prison based on mental retardation.
In Philadelphia and its four surrounding Pennsylvania counties, 12.5 percent of the convicted murderers on death row have pending retardation claims.
www.ncpa.org /iss/cri/2003/pd102403d.html   (226 words)

 Pausing execution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
pauses the execution of the script for a duration specified in seconds by pause_duration, a number.
While the script is suspended in a smilepause instruction, pressing the ▸ key (right arrow) resumes execution, and pressing the esc key generates a "User canceled" (number -128) error which, unless the script traps the error, will terminate execution of the script.
Thus, it is natural to use smilepause as you would use a breakpoint in a traditional debugger.
www.satimage.fr /software2/en/pausing.html   (181 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The number of files and their size is limited only by the space available on the user's minidisk.
0 Files that exist outside the program (before or after program execution) may be made available to the program if they are specified on the command which invokes the Pascal program (usually either the CMS command START or the name of a module).
Execution will continue, using the compiler and assembler load modules.
ukcc.uky.edu /~manuals/p4.listing   (6836 words)

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