The company issues, and assumes the risk of, an insurance policy. also called insurance carrier.
A company that provides telecommunications circuits. Carriers include the local telephone company and companies like AT&T, MCI, and Sprint.
Transportation company transporting freight (van line, common carrier, rail car, airplane.)
North American term used to refer to a mobile telecommunications company or their network (referred to as Operators elsewhere in the world).
A person who possesses at least one gene that may contribute to disease in offspring.
Carrier is an analog or digital signal of constant and known characteristics, over which modifications are inserted. These modifications represent the information to be transmited.
A person, generally in apparently good health, who has been infected with a pathogen and is capable of infecting and causing disease in others. Individuals persistently infected with hepatitis C are considered carriers.
An individual with one normal and one abnormal copy of a pair of genes which cause a genetic disorder. A carrier of a gene for a recessive disorder will usually remain unaffected throughout his or her life but may pass the faulty gene on to offspring. search for Carrier
The tone that the modem sends over the phone lines. Data is modulated onto this tone, so it is referred to as the carrier tone.
1. a signal that carries modulation; 2. a provider of data carrying services.
An electrical signal of a set frequency that can be modulated in order to carry data.
Analog signal of fixed amplitude and frequency that combines with an information-bearing signal by modulation to produce an output signal suitable for transmission.
A liquid or solid material added to a pesticide active ingredient or formulated product to facilitate its application. Also known as the material used to carry the pesticide to the target - e.g. water.
Solid formulant added to a technical material as an absorbent or diluent. (FAO, 1995)
An herb or substance which is added to a formula or mixture of other herbs to aid in the distribution of the medicine to the proper location in the body or to enhance the effect of the other principle ingredients. (Syn: Adjuvant)
Material added to an active ingredient to facilitate its preparation, storage, shipment, or use.
A legal entity that offers a health benefits plan approved by the Office of Personnel Management.
An Insurance Risk Taker such as Anthem Health or a Health Maintenance Organization such as Kaiser
An organization acting as an insurer for private plans or government programs.
Usually a commercial insurer contracted by the Department of Health and Human Services to process Part B claims payments.
Sometimes used to refer to the liner material of pressure sensitive labels. Also a term sometimes used to describe the stock to which two layers of adhesive are applied on a double adhesive construction.
Sealants, Adhesives and Tapes Flexible, reinforcing interlayer within a double-sided pressure sensitive adhesive product backed with release liner. Typically a thin tissue or film with the adhesive coated on each side.
Double-coated tapes have a thin "carrier" of film to which one or two types of PSA adhesive is coated to each side.
Sometimes used to refer to the backing material, particularly in double-faced tapes.
One who is employed, or makes it his business, to carry goods for others for hire; a porter; a teamster.
A carrier is the term often used for your movers or the moving company you hired to move your household or business goods.
The mover you are using for your move.
This is the mover with whom you're working
The operating frequency of a wireless system.
The provider of the wireless service to the subscriber.
Shorthand for wireless carrier, carriers provide the network infrastructure for the delivery of messages between end users and connection aggregators or application providers.
See wireless service provider.
is a person who has HCV (HBV, HDV) in his or her blood even if all symptoms have disappeared. Because the virus is present in the blood, it can be transmitted to others. The HBV carrier can be recognized by a specific blood test.
Infected individual who is a potential source of infection for other people.
Practically all people who are HCV antibody positive 'carry' the virus. The term 'carrier' is often misused, though, to mean someone who has the hepatitis C virus yet is in good health.
A person who has an active infection which may spread to other people. Being the carrier of an active infection may last for years and examples include hepatitis B and typhoid (See Travel medicine).
That which drives or carries; as: (a) A piece which communicates to an object in a lathe the motion of the face plate; a lathe dog. (b) A spool holder or bobbin holder in a braiding machine. (c) A movable piece in magazine guns which transfers the cartridge to a position from which it can be thrust into the barrel.
Basic woven grouping of a braided shield which consists of one or several parallel ends.
Part of a cordage braiding machine that carries the group of yarns or the single yarn like a single strand through the braid as it is made. May also refer to that yarn or group of yarns.
A group of conductors or yarns which are woven over and under to form a braid.
A gas, liquid, or solid substance used to dilute, propel, or suspend a herbicide during its application.
Often a vegetable oil, but it can be a base cream, lotion, gel or shampoo etc which is used to dilute pure essential oils for application. More info
Oil - An oil base in which essential oils are diluted to create massage blends and body care products.
Often a vegetable oil, which is used to dilute pure essential oils for application. A common carrier is sweet almond oil.
Standard-sized pin connectors that permit chips to be attached to a circuit board.
A telecoms supplier who provides either circuits to your site, or call routing services such as LCR.
Vendor of transmission services operating under terms defined by the FCC as a common carrier. Owns a transmission medium and rents, leases or sells portions for a set tariff to the public via shared circuits. (AT&T, Sprint, MCI, Ameritech, etc.)
A paper or film for pressure sensitive labels. Typically, it has a silicone coating to allow easy removal of the label.
A substrate or backing, usually polyester film, on which emulsion is coated. Indirect, direct/indirect and capillary films employ a carrier.
The film material that the foil layers are manufactured upon. Usually polyester film varying in thickness from 50 gauge to 1 mil. Chiseled A shape put into embossed or debossed images resembling a V-shape.
Structural device used to support wall mounted fixtures such as toilets, urinals and lavatories.
Structural device used to support a wall mounted fixture such as a sink tub or lavatory.
A small musketoon mounted on a swivel.
A material or device used to deliver a therapy to a site in or on the body.
A person who delivers the newspaper to subscribers.
supplier of drugs; usually someone who delivers drugs for someone else
A lifting mechanism in some repeating firearms that raises and positions the cartridge for feeding into the chamber. Sometimes called the Lifter.
A device for holding a frame or frames of microfilm, i.e., film jackets, cartridge.
Cart Machine Cartridge
A molecule containing antigenic determinants recognized by T cells. Conjugation of a poorly immunogenic polysaccharide (T cell independent antigen) to a carrier can improve the immunogenicity of the polysaccharide.
A large immunogenic molecule or particle to which an antigenic determinant is attached, allowing the determinant to become immunogenic.
An immunogenic molecule, or part of a molecule that is recognized by T cells in an antibody response.