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input

resources such as raw material, labour and capital which are used by a firm to produce goods and services (OUTPUT). See PRODUCTION
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The first is, as some courts and litigants have insisted, that machine conveyances are simply the hearsay assertions of the machine's human programmer or inputter.
James, who works part-time as a data inputter, said: "I've only had two girlfriends and I believe it's a result of my slow and clumsy social interactions.
Ellen has even more to smile about at the moment: Clint, 43, a welder, and her mum Alison, 38, a data inputter, have taken the painful decision not to have another child naturally because there is a one in four chance the baby would be born with the same condition.
Obviously, the inputter put numbers in the wrong fields entirely (reversing price and number of shares), which might lead many of us to call this a case of "fat head syndrome.
Mrs Hackworth used to work part-time as a computer data inputter at Newcastle University for 37 years.
Extracts 7 and 8 -- from an agency inputter and a supervisor, respectively -- reinforce the legitimate authority repertoire as containing the bulk of management and staff positions:
Dody would give the rejects to us for review, but send the "yesses" directly to Chris, the inputter.
The software recognizes that the term is not already in the authority file and takes the inputter into that file to establish the heading and give an opportunity to create cross references at the same time.
He has applied to be a checkout operator, telesales assistant, waiter, window cleaner, receptionist, data inputter and a cleaner.
I've now gone from being a data inputter to a human resources manager.
Mr Horwood, a data inputter, who had been driving from his home in Rhiwbina, Cardiff, to visit an aunt in Wenvoe, was delayed in queues while the accident was cleared.