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Wait (operating system)
In modern computer operating systems, a process may wait on another process to complete its execution. In most systems, a parent process can create an independently executing child process. The parent process may then issue a wait system call, which suspends the execution of the parent process while the child executes

Wait (Wang Chung song)
"Wait" is a single by Wang Chung, released as the fourth and final single off their 1984 album, Points on the Curve. The single reached #87 on the UK Singles Chart. Aside from the early singles released as Huang Chung, "Wait" was the only single by Wang Chung that failed to chart on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. However, it peaked at #17 on the U.S

Wait (White Lion song)
"Wait" is a song recorded by White Lion and written by White Lion vocalist Mike Tramp and guitarist Vito Bratta. It was the lead single from their second album, Pride. It is well known for its guitar solo at the 2:15 mark.

Waiting staff, wait staff, or waitstaff are those who work at a restaurant or a bar attending customers — supplying them with food and drink as requested. Traditionally, a male waiting tables is called a "waiter" and a female a "waitress" with the gender-neutral version being a "server"

Waiter (film)
Waiter is a 2006 black comedy film by Alex van Warmerdam. It tells the story of Edgar, a discontented waiter. The film had its world premiere on the Toronto Film Festival on September 10, 2006

-Music:* The Waiting , a Christian pop rock band* Waiting , a video by The KLF-Albums:* Waiting * Waiting * Waiting * Waiting... , an EP by The Rockfords

Waiting (Fun Boy Three album)
Waiting is the second and final studio album by the Fun Boy Three. It was released in 1983 and featured the hit single "Our Lips Are Sealed," co-written by Terry Hall and previously performed by The Go-Go's.

Waiting (novel)
Waiting is a novel by award-winning author Ha Jin. The book is based on a true story that Jin heard from his wife when they were visiting her family at an army hospital in China. At the hospital was an army doctor who had waited eighteen years to get a divorce so he could marry his longtime friend, a nurse. But now his second marriage was not working

Waiting (Porcupine Tree song)
"Waiting" is the first single of British progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, released in May 1996. It came in two formats: a regular CD and a 12" vinyl. At the time, the single was intended to promote the forthcoming album Signify

Waiting (Trapt song)
"Waiting"is the second single from Someone in Control. It topped out at #27 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart and #20 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.

Waiting room
A waiting room is a building, or more commonly a part of a building where people sit or stand until the event they are waiting for occurs.There are generally two types of waiting room. One is where individuals leave one at a time, for instance at a doctor's office or a hospital, or outside a school headmaster's office

Waiting Room (band)
Waiting Room is an Australian band with Alan Fletcher as lead vocalist. The band also consists of Chris Hawker, Tommy Rando and Jeff Consi

Waiting Room (disambiguation)
A waiting room is a place where people sit or stand until the event they are waiting for occurs.Waiting Room or The Waiting Room may also refer to:*Waiting Room , an Australian rock band

Waitress (film)
Waitress is a 2007 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Adrienne Shelly, who also appears in a supporting role. The film debuted at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival and went into limited theatrical release in the US on May 2, 2007.-Plot:

Waiver or Waivers may refer to:*Waiver, a voluntary relinquishment or surrender of some known right or privilegeSports*Waivers , an NFL procedure by which a team makes a player contract or NFL rights available to all other teams

A wake is the region of recirculating flow immediately behind a moving or stationary solid body, caused by the flow of surrounding fluid around the body.-Fluid dynamics:

In cryptography, WAKE is a stream cipher designed by David Wheeler in 1993.WAKE stands for Word Auto Key Encryption. The cipher works in cipher feedback mode, generating keystream blocks from previous ciphertext blocks

WAKE may refer to:* WAKE , a radio station licensed to Valparaiso, Indiana, United States* WAKE , Word Auto Key Encryption* WAKE , a young adult novel by Lisa McMann

WAKE is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Standards/MOR format.WAKE had a standards format until 2009, when it briefly switched to CNN Headline News, before adopting a Classic Country format in 2010. As of November 2011, the station has switched back to standards, using Dial Global Local's The Lounge format.Licensed to Valparaiso, Indiana, USA

Wake (Tara MacLean album)
Wake is an album by Canadian singer/songwriter Tara MacLean, released April 22, 2008 .-Track listing:#"Wait It Out" — 3.58Tara MacLean, Jeremy Fisher#"Capsize" — 0.00Tara MacLean#"Things Outstanding" — 0.00Tara MacLean

Wake Up
-Music:Albums* Wake Up! * Wake Up! * Wake Up * Wake Up * Wake Up, by Pocket Change* Wake Up, by StereosideSongs

Wake Up (Arcade Fire song)
"Wake Up" is an indie rock song by Canadian rock band Arcade Fire. It was the fifth and final single released from the band's debut album, Funeral. The single was released as a one-sided 7" vinyl record on November 14, 2005.-Reception:

Wake Up (Eskimo Joe song)
"Wake Up" is the first single by Eskimo Joe, taken from their debut album Girl. The video for the song won 'Best Video' at the 2001 ARIA Awards.The music video for the song features people with cardboard cut-out faces.-Track listing:-Release history:

Wake Up and Smell the Coffee (film)
Wake Up and Smell the Coffee is a screen adaptation of Eric Bogosian's one man show of the same name. It first aired in 2001.

Wake-up call (service)
A wake-up call is a service provided by most lodging establishments to provide a service similar to alarm clocks via a telephone.

Wakefield (MBTA station)
Wakefield is a station on the Haverhill Line commuter rail line of the MBTA. This station services nearby Wakefield Square. It is officially located at 225 North Avenue, according to the MBTA. However the actual location is across the tracks, which run parallel to North Avenue

Waking may refer to:*waking up, emerging from sleep*Waking , an alternative rock band*The Waking, a poem written by Theodore Roethke

WALD is a radio station broadcasting a Religious format. Licensed to Johnsonville, South Carolina, USA, it serves the Charleston SC area. The station is currently owned by Glory Communications, Inc.-History:

Wald (Allgäu)
Wald is a municipality in the district of Ostallgäu in Bavaria in Germany.

Waldmeister is an operetta written by Johann Strauss II. It was first performed on 4 December 1895 at the Theater an der Wien

Waldo (1967 novel)
Waldo is a novel by the American writer Paul Theroux. It was originally published in 1967 by Houghton Mifflin.-External links:*

A wale is a broad, thick plank around the outside of a wooden ship.The garboard is the wale next to the keel; the gunwale is the top such plank and covers the heads of the timbers between the main and fore drifts.

WALE is a radio station licensed to the community of Greenville, Rhode Island, and serving the Providence, Rhode Island, area. The station is owned by Cumbre Communications Corp. The station is currently silent.-WLKW:

Wale (rapper)
Wale Victor Folarin , better known by his stage name Wale , is an American rapper from Washington, D.C. Wale was born to Nigerian parents. He rose to prominence in 2006, when his song "Dig Dug " became popular in his hometown. Wale became locally recognized and continued recording music for the regional audience

Wales (surname)
Wales is a surname:* Prince William of Wales uses Wales as surname when required, including current military service* Prince Henry of Wales uses Wales as surname when required, including current military service* Gary Wales, Scottish footballer

Waling is a town and municipality in the western hilly region of Nepal. It is in the Aadhikhola valley in the Syangja District of Gandaki Zone of Nepal.-Founding and early history:

WALK may refer to:*WALK , a radio station licensed to East Patchogue, New York, United States*WALK-FM, a radio station licensed to Patchogue, New York, United States

WALK is a radio station broadcasting a Nostalgia format, licensed to East Patchogue, New York, USA. The station is owned by Aloha Station Trust, LLC and features programing from Dial Global Radio Networks.

Walk (EP)
-Walk Biomechanical:Walk Biomechanical is an EP by the Texas heavy metal band Pantera. It was released in 1993 by Atco Records.-Album information:

Walk It Off
Walk It Off is the second album from the Minneapolis-based band Tapes 'n Tapes, released on 2 April 2008.While their previous album, The Loon, was produced by the band's bassist and producer, Eric Applewick, and was recorded in a friend's unfinished basement studio, Walk It Off was recorded by producer, David Fridmann at Tarbox Road Studio in Cassadaga, New York

Walk Out
Walk Out is a 2007 album by Lady Saw.-Track listing:# Hello Lady Saw# Big up# Me and My Crew # Silly Dreams# No Less Than A Woman # Not World's Prettiest# You Need Me# Baby Dry Your Eyes# Walk Out# Chat To Mi Back

Walk the Plank
Walk the Plank may refer to:* Walking the plank, a form of murder or torture practiced by rogue seafarers* Walk the Plank , a South African television gameshow* Walk the Plank , an English pyrotechnics and theatre company

Walk the Plank (Pirates of the Mississippi album)
Walk the Plank is the second studio album from the American country music band Pirates of the Mississippi. Released in 1991 on Capitol Records Nashville, it features the singles "Fighting for You", "Till I'm Holding You Again", and "Too Much", which was co-written by Lee Roy Parnell and Guy Clark

Walk the Plank (theatre company)
Walk the Plank are a British group of artists, theatre makers, pyrotechnicians and event engineers who specialise in outdoor arts/theatre, touring performance and pyrotechnics.

The term walk-on is used in sports, particularly American college athletics, to describe an athlete who becomes part of a team without being actively recruited beforehand or awarded an athletic scholarship. This results in the differentiation between "walk-on" players and "scholarship" players

The walkabout is a purported Australian aboriginal ritual of manhood.Walkabout may also refer to:- Art :*Walkabout , a 1959 book written by James Vance Marshall, set in the Australian outback

Walkabout refers to a rite of passage during which male Australian Aborigines would undergo a journey during adolescence and live in the wilderness for a period as long as six months. In this practice they would trace the paths, or "songlines", that their people's ceremonials ancestors took, and imitate, in a fashion, their heroic deeds

Walkabout (Robin Hood)
Walkabout is the tenth episode of series two of the BBC's Robin Hood series. The episode aired on Saturday December 8, 2007 on BBC One.- Plot :Tormented by Robin, the Sheriff finds himself sleepwalking straight into Sherwood Forest

Walker is a surname of English and Scottish origin. This name may signify either a fuller or an officer whose duty consisted of walking or inspecting a certain space of forest ground.

Walker may refer to:*Pedestrian, a person traveling by walking*Walker *Walker , a vehicle that moves on legs rather than wheels or tracks*Walker , a two or four-footed frame that elderly or disabled people use as a walking aid

Walker (Star Wars)
Walkers are vehicles from the Star Wars universe that traverse the landscape on mechanical legs. They are used by the Old Republic and the Galactic Empire for ground assault or transport. Throughout the saga, walkers have played a pivotal role in the fate of characters and the outcome of battles

Walkers may refer to:* Walker , a common British surname like Rodger, Martin or Wilson.-British and Commonwealth companies:* Walkers , British snack food manufacturer* Walkers , a Cayman Islands based offshore law firm

Walkers (law firm)
Walkers is a Cayman Islands based offshore law firm. Although the firm now has offices in a number of jurisdictions, over half its staff remain based in the Cayman Islands.- History :The firm was originally founded by Bill Walker Walkers is a Cayman Islands based offshore law firm. Although the firm now has offices in a number of jurisdictions, over half its staff remain based in the Cayman Islands.- History :The firm was originally founded by Bill Walker Walkers is a Cayman Islands based offshore law firm. Although the firm now has offices in a number of jurisdictions, over half its staff remain based in the Cayman Islands.- History :The firm was originally founded by Bill Walker (under the name W.S

Walking is one of the main gaits of locomotion among legged animals, and is typically slower than running and other gaits. Walking is defined by an 'inverted pendulum' gait in which the body vaults over the stiff limb or limbs with each step

Walking (1968 animated film)
Walking is a 1968 animated film by Canadian directed and produced by Ryan Larkin, composed of animated vignettes of how different people walk.

Walking (disambiguation)
Walking is the main form of animal locomotion on land, distinguished from running and crawling.Walking or Walk may also refer to:- Activities :*Fulling, also called walking or waulking, a step in making woolen cloth

Walking (disambiguation)
Walking is the main form of animal locomotion on land, distinguished from running and crawling.Walking or Walk may also refer to:- Activities :*Fulling, also called walking or waulking, a step in making woolen cloth

Walking fern
Walking fern may refer to two species of fern in the genus Asplenium which are occasionally placed in a separate genus Camptosorus. The name "walking fern" derives from the fact that new plantlets grow wherever the arching leaves of the parent touch the ground, creating a walking effect

Walking on Eggshells
Walking on Eggshells is the second studio album by Paddy Milner, released on 2004-10-25.Recorded mainly at Gallery Studios with encouragement from the studio's owner and Roxy Music guitarist Phil Manzanera

Walking stick
A walking stick is a device used by many people to facilitate balancing while walking.Walking sticks come in many shapes and sizes, and can be sought by collectors. Some kinds of walking stick may be used by people with disabilities as a crutch

Walking stick
An assistive cane is a walking stick used as a crutch or mobility aid.Like all crutches, it is used as a mobility aid by an injured or disabled person. It can serve several different functions as appropriate to the needs of the individual user; it can aid balance, it can support a weakened or painful limb or joint, and it can aid in sensing the environment

Walking Wounded (song)
"Walking Wounded" is a song by Canadian rock band The Tea Party. It was released as a promotional single in Canada. The music video was shot in Havana.

In British English, a walkover or W.O. is the awarding of a victory to a contestant because there are no other contestants, or because the other contestants have been disqualified or have forfeited. The term can apply in sport, but can also apply to elections

In US English, a walkway is a composite or umbrella term for all engineered surfaces or structures which support the use of trails. These include sidewalks, footbridges, stiles, stairs, ramps, paseos or tunnels

A wall is a usually solid structure that defines and sometimes protects an area. Most commonly, a wall delineates a building and supports its superstructure, separates space in buildings into rooms, or protects or delineates a space in the open air

WALL is a radio station licensed to Middletown, New York that serves Orange County, New York. WALL is owned by Cumulus Media and broadcasts at 1340 kHz with 1,000 watts, daytime and nighttime, both nondirectional.