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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.
And has this Creature sides, as well as angles or what you call "terminal Points"?
In a single one of these monstrous buildings, the Hudson Terminal, there is a cable that runs from basement to roof and ravels out to reach three thousand desks.
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The five marine terminals that are members of the New York Terminal Conference -- Red Hook Container Terminal, GCT Bayonne, GCT New York, Port Newark Container Terminal and APM Terminals -- have published on their websites a revised conference schedule that will go into effect Oct.
TALLINN, Aug 6 (LETA--BNS) The Estonian state-owned postal and logistics company Eesti Post, which operates under the Omniva brand, is to start issuing international postal packages from parcel terminals also on the island of Saaremaa, the northeastern border town of Narva and all districts of Tallinn where this service has not been introduced yet.
In LTFRB Memorandum Circular 2019-031, it said that all routes of provincial buses coming from the North with terminals along Edsa are temporarily amended to end at the Valenzuela Interim Terminal.
The Land Public Transport Agency (APAD) will issue licences to public transport terminals and stations nationwide in an effort to improve services and control charges impose on consumers, Berita Harian reported today.
Instead, provincial buses must only use their respective terminals in picking up and dropping off passengers, since they travel 'point to point' or directly from the terminal to the drop-off point, he added.