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Abend

Informal; to end a project or process prematurely. This term is used especially in computer-related projects. It is a portmanteau of "abnormal end."
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Der schwarze Sturm, der sich am Himmel tiirmt, Loscht eines dustren Abends banges Licht.
Is there a subtle xenophobic context in Schumann's setting of Heine's "Abends am Strand"?
Peters, and the publication of his bagatelles and other miniatures; and Heinrich Heine's and Robert Schumann's responses to ideas about race in "Wir sassen am Fischerhause" and "Abends am Strand." Others consider music's role in state formation in Italy and Portugal; 78 rpm recordings as a mode of dissemination of jazz; electronic technologies in the music of Kaija Saariaho and the Beatles; and how cultural, political, and technological factors affected recent musical scholarship on early music, 16th-century music, and the contemporary marketing of Hildegard von Bingen.
Somewhere invisible, a redwing's shi-reel pierces a measure of "Des Abends," like coming home.
Die Drosselung der Ausgaben, die sieh vor allem in gehobeneren Restaurants und in trendigen, hochpreisigen Gastronomieeinrichtungen, die in erster Linie mittags und abends von Geschaftsleuten frequentiert wurden, bemerkbar maehte, war allgemein spurbar.
More storage means more space-related ABENDs (unintended program terminations), reallocation problems, and other difficulties that require intervention by a storage administrator.
With these new products, BMC Software has automated allocation features to reduce the incidence of space-related processing problems and automated actions for the prevention and recovery from abends (failures), achieving higher levels of availability.
With these new products, BMC Software has automated allocation features to reduce the incidence of space-related processing problems, and automated actions for the prevention and recovery from abends (failures), ensuring higher levels of availability.
27, the Romance from his First Piano Concerto, and his Berceuse; Beethoven's Adagio from the "Moonlight" Sonata, Schumann's Des Abends; Liszt's Liebestraum; Mozart's Andante from the Piano Concerto No.