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Problem Design Solution by Vincent Varallo
One reason to create a DAL is that it is easier to migrate from one database type to another without affecting the rest ...
by Rod Paddock, Kevin Goff
A DAL is an application component that communicates with the back-end database. Its primary function is to execute commands against the database, through a provider component. The DAL manages database connections, retrieves data ...
The Tea Road (2003)
China and Russia Meet Across the Steppe by Martha Avery
A dal is a modern distortion of the term tael which is a pidgin word of Malay origin , used originally in Kitan and Chinese trade with Southeast Asia. Both a gold and a silver standard applied to the currency: this provided an excellent opportunity ...
1001 Foods To Die For (2007)
by Madison Books, Andrews McMeel Publishing,LLC, Corby Kummer
Moong Dal Pancakes A dal is a liquid-textured, granular soup made of pulses and legumes— typically various kinds of lentils and beans. Moong dal is made from the seed of the mung bean plant (Vigna radiata), which is native to India, but ...
Some Like it Hot (2005)
Spicy Favorites from the World's Hot Zones by Clifford A. Wright
A dal is a dried legume. Sometimes the word specifically refers to split dried legumes. Adding to the confusion is the fact that lndian writers sometimes use the same word for two different legumes. Here's a little guide to help (or confuse) you ...
by G. Johannes Botterweck, Helmer Ringgren
The right conduct which God has ordained for the individual in the community is endangered when a legal decision must be made in extreme cases in which either a dal or a gadhol is arraigned. Hence the explicit selection of these two ...
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