Page, Pages or Paging may also refer to:
Other articles related to "page, pages":
... locking, starting with row level locks and escalating to page level locks when a cursor holds a large percentage of a page's rows or when it has a history of locking entire pages ... only happens when no other transactions hold locks on the same page, hence it never deadlocks ...
... Page Three (or Page 3) is a feature found in some tabloid newspapers, especially in the United Kingdom, consisting of a large photograph of a topless ... of printing the photograph on the newspaper's third page ... who model regularly for the feature are known as Page Three girls, some of whom, such as Samantha Fox and Katie Price (Jordan), have become notable celebrities in their ...
... VAX pages are 512 bytes, which is very small ... An OS may treat multiple pages as if they were a single larger page, for example Linux on VAX groups 8 pages together, thus the system is viewed as having 4 KB pages ... Page tables are big linear arrays ...
... Following this she became a Page 3 girl for The Sun newspaper, and was voted "greatest ever Page 3 girl" in 2001 ... Jakki returned to page 3 of The Sun in August 2006 after a four-year absence ...
... photographs of clothed glamour models on its third page ... Page Three photographs over the following year were often provocative, but did not feature nudity ... Rahn was photographed by Beverley Goodway, who went on to work as The Sun's main Page Three photographer until he retired in 2003 ...
Famous quotes containing the word page:
“I drink the five oclock martinis
and poke at this dry page like a rough
goat. Fool! I fumble my lost childhood
for a mother and lounge in sad stuff
with love to catch and catch as catch can.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“So will my page be colored that I write?
Being me, it will not be white.
But it will be
a part of you, instructor.
You are white
yet a part of me, as I am a part of you.”
—Langston Hughes (19021967)
“It is difficult to read. The page is dark.
Yet he knows what it is that he expects.
The page is blank or a frame without a glass
Or a glass that is empty when he looks.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)