Definitions for "Terminals"
The ends of handles, sometimes merely cut square, other times finely molded with brass dies into exquisite foliate sculptural forms.
Not serifs, but ends of certain letter shapes such as the letters 'f', 'j', 'y', 'r', and 'a'.
Keywords:  transfund, bok, teller, atm, reader
Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) and other electronic machines in which you may use your TransFund ATM Card or BOk Check Card.
See "Card Reader".
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Equipment that provides real-time communications. Terminals must support audio communications, but support for video or data communications is optional. A computer running Microsoft NetMeeting 3.0 or higher is an example of an H.323 terminal.
The electrical connection from the battery to the external circuit. Each terminal is connected to either the first (positive) or last strap (negative) in the series connection of cells in a battery.
The parts of a battery to which the external electric circuit is connected.
Keywords:  nine, tiles, suits, three, one
Tiles one and nine of the three suits.
Keywords:  enable, transmit, view, mail, access
Access devices that enable the user to view web pages and transmit e-mail.