Definitions for "dispatch"
Keywords:  haste, speedy, rid, messenger, send
To dispose of speedily, as business; to execute quickly; to make a speedy end of; to finish; to perform.
To rid; to free.
To get rid of by sending off; to send away hastily.
An amount paid by a vessel's operator to a charterer, if the loading or unloading of the vessel is completed more quickly than was stipulated in the charter agreement. Français: Prime de rapidité Español: Prima de celeridad, prima por pronta carga y descarga
Reward paid by the shipowner to the charterer, shipper or receiver for completing the loading or discharging of the vessel in less than the time allowed according to the charter party.
An amount paid to a charterer by the vessel operator if loading or unloading is accomplished in less time than provided for in the charter party.
Keywords:  couriers, pager, relay, pso, taxicabs
To relay pickup information and other instructions to couriers while on their routes using pagers.
is a phone sex service that routes the calls to their PSO's.
A call management function in which Service Desk/Help Desk or Customer Support Centre agents determine whether the caller is entitled to service, determine the nature of the problem or type of information needed, log the call, and route the caller to the first-level support function. This function is frequently automated through the use of ACD systems.
killing a person or animal
kill intentionally and with premeditation; "The mafia boss ordered his enemies murdered"
kill without delay; "the traitor was dispatched by the conspirators"
Keywords:  middlebury, vermont, folk, band, label
a band that i have grown with
Dispatch was an American roots folk band formed at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont. They were active from 1996 to 2004. Dispatch is known as a very difficult band to place a label on, as they incorporate many different styles into their music.
coordination of emergency resources in response to a specific event.
The implementation of a command decision to move a resource or resources from one place to another.
A dispatch occurs when a third party is contacted as a resource to assist in the request resolution.
Keywords:  ufw, growers, decades, hall, abusive
A slip of paper given at the local UFW hiring hall to qualified workers seeking farm employment with growers under contract. It replaced decades of the abusive system of labor contractors favored by growers.
A message dispatched or sent with speed; especially, an important official letter sent from one public officer to another; -- often used in the plural; as, a messenger has arrived with dispatches for the American minister; naval or military dispatches.
an official report from a senior commander, usually of an army , to his superiors, detailing the conduct of military operations
This is the date on which agendas or related papers are sent out to Members and the public.
Keywords:  despatch, see
See Despatch.
The entire shipment, prepared by Canada Post, for forwarding to another location or service. (expédition)
Keywords:  config, tier, unify, gui, framework
A multi-tier architecture object-oriented framework that allows access to methods and variables at the command line and in shell scripts or via a GUI. It contains classes that deal with configuration management. It tries to unify config formats.
A message transmitted by telegraph.
a message or report.
A service provided to clients who want to transmit and receive short messages to and from a fleet of vehicles operating within range of the system's repeater. Dispatch is normally structured in a one-to-many format between a fixed base station and mobile units, but can also be structured in a one-to-one format.
Keywords:  akin, flipping, deliver, turn, switch
The process of connecting running power plants to the system to deliver power (akin to"flipping the switch" to turn on the power).
the property of being prompt and efficient; "it was done with dispatch"
dispose of rapidly and without delay and efficiently; "He dispatched the task he was assigned"
Keywords:  trip, report
a report from our trip
The system saves the state of the currently executing thread, restores the state of the thread to be executed, and branches to the stored program counter for the new thread, effectively continuing the new thread as if it had not been interrupted.
The selection of which function to invoke in response to a specific function call within a program.
The term used to describe the 2-way functionality of Direct Connect.
complete or carry out; "discharge one's duties"
the point at which the details of the packet are considered to be complete.
The portion of the enforcement area within this department that coordinates the activities and communications of the parking services officers.
The unit within the Computing Center which distributes local printed computer output.