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Button

A link to a file on a computer represented by a place the user can click with a mouse. A button may open a program, a directory or almost anything else contained in the computer. It may or may not be positioned on the desktop.
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Consequently, the buttonless design format may yield a more learnabl e interface.
Often has Molloy looked at a buttonless shirt, and exclaimed with a Woebegone Visage, "When will Captn.
More concentration is required for the buttonless handbrake, which has finger-pinching potential.
Mindful of worldly vanity, a lot of men walked about in buttonless, white or light blue shirts fastened with hooks-and-eyes and tucked into gloomy trousers held by suspenders; broad-brimmed black hats or straw hats covered circular bowl-cuts; and because mustaches were strictly forbidden as being too militaristic, beards sprouted only below the mouth.
COLD FRONT: A model with the buttonless top on the catwalk in London yesterday; BARELY DRESSED: London model
buttonless and sewing on shells, layered with opulent pearls.
No starched apron-bib is sullied, no long straight gilet is crumpled, no cuff or kirtle torn or buttonless, no bold tricorne hat askew.
worn under matching long-sleeve, buttonless unnotched collar jacket, by Edward Wilkerson.
And where audio meets video, the info-text readout will evolve into a video display on the next generation of Nokia's buttonless cell phone, Finberg reported.