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terminal

a COMPUTER input/output device linked to the computer, usually comprising a KEYBOARD and VDU (visual display unit). MAINFRAME and MINICOMPUTERS are usually capable of serving several terminals simultaneously.
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One Point produces a Line with TWO terminal Points.
One Line produces a Square with FOUR terminal Points.
The one Square produces a SOMETHING-WHICH- YOU-DO-NOT-AS-YET-KNOW-A-NAME-FOR-BUT-WHICH-WE-CALL-A-CUBE with EIGHT terminal Points.
If a speck of oil, if even the natural grease of the human finger touch the hooded terminals, Fleury's Ray will wink and disappear and must be laboriously built up again.
The Port Newark Container Terminal encompasses 175 acres in Port Newark, New Jersey and accounted for $17.
Based on our customers' expanding needs, we have now extended the NTA thin client terminal offerings to include more options at lower costs than competing products.
The Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point in Southport, N.
The new terminal will allow JetBlue to double its number of daily flights and add 2,500 jobs to its local workforce of about 5,000.
Based on our customers' expanding needs, we have now extended the NTAVO thin client terminal offerings to include more options at lower costs than competing products.
I am just a traveler with an extremely tight budget and enough Japanese ability to navigate the e-Tower multimedia terminals in every FamilyMart I found.
With the Burbank Airport Authority facing an FAA demand to return $46 million in funding for a new terminal, the council agreed to work with the authority to rent out portions of the site, to make it financially viable.
Ultimately, the companies intend to develop a new, higher capacity waveform to optimize terminal performance in dense military theatre operations and upgrade Comtech's satellite ground equipment network to accommodate increased traffic and improved transmission speeds.