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Beep

A slang term for basis point.
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Before smartphones became an everyday item for many professionals around the world, beepers were the most reliable way to contact someone while on the go.
He is still on air in the mornings and hosts "The Beeper Show," but now there are "myriad little tasks" for him to handle, he said.
Little said that once the beeper goes off, the student-volunteers try to customize a backpack as quickly as possible.
Still another alternative is the broadband beeper, a device that has the same cadence as the conventional beeper but broadcasts a "white-noise, whooshing sound," says Thalheimer, who has no financial interest in or affiliation with Brigade Electronics, the manufacturer.
Systems e-collars run the gamut from the miniscule Ultra-E Series Models, advertised as the world's smallest, most compact remote training tool, to the Elite Super Pro Models with e-collar and beeper combinations that include nick and constant stimulation, vibration, and an anti-bark feature as well as the control system for automatic bird launchers.
A car drew up next to me at the traffic lights and off went these beepers.
Do you really expect me to be available by telephone, fax, e-mail, beeper, and cell phone?
A variety of outputs is also offered, including 3A, 10A, 30A SPST or SPDT relays, and DC SSR drier and alarm beeper. Both bare-board and panel-mount versions of the Series 1900 controller require less than a 3 x 3-inch panel cutout.
Beeper operation can be set for one of seven tones or no beep.
The master continuity tester/ transmitter features LEDs and a loud pulsating beeper, and the probe flashes green when wiring is properly identified and red if wiring is reversed.--Extech Instruments
Both models feature GFCI trip capability, built-in flashlights, continuity beeper and extra heavy-duty test leads and probes (both replaceable).
will terminate its nearly 40-year-old pager services on Saturday due to a rapid flight of subscribers to mobile phones, leaving only two regional beeper service operators in business in Japan.