Definitions for "Equipment"
Tangible property of a more or less permanent nature (other than land, buildings, or improvements other than buildings) which is useful in carrying on operations. Examples are machinery, tools, trucks, cars, furniture, and furnishings. See Capital Outlay for the definition of equipment related to capital outlay projects in California State Government. EXPENDITURES. An outlay of cash or cash equivalent for goods or services or in settlement of an obligation. In governmental accounting, expenditures measure the using up of appropriated resources. See Expenses.
Any item with a unit price of $500 or more (including freight and installation) that does not lose its identity by incorporation into a larger unit and has an expected life of over two years.
Tangible assets over $5,000 acquired through donation, gift, purchase, capital lease, or self construction with a life expectancy of more than one year.
Any instrument, machine, apparatus, or set of articles that: 1) retains its original shape and appearance with use; and 2) is nonexpendable (i.e., if the article is damaged or some of its parts are lost or worn out, it is usually more feasible to repair it than to replace it with an entirely new unit).
(a programmatic definition, not intended to coincide with the definition of "equipment" given in the Program Accounting Manual) - Machinery, utilities,and built-in equipment and any necessary enclosures or structures to house the machinery, utilities, or equipment; and All other items necessary for the functioning of a particular facility as a facility for the provision of educational services, including items such as instructional equipment and necessary furniture; printed, published, and audio-visual instructional materials; telecommunications, sensory, and other technological aids and devices; and books, periodicals, documents, and other related materials.
The implements used in an operation or an activity. This includes, but is not limited to, machinery, vehicles, computers (hardware and software) other electronic and/or electrical devices and furnishings.
The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition.
Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc. ; for carrying on business); horse equipments; infantry equipments; naval equipments; laboratory equipments.
As used in automobile insurance, this means those things which, though not necessarily essential, are useful or convenient in the operation of the car, or are ornamental. It includes such things as an antenna, fog lamps, spare tires, hubcaps, jacks and so on.
Keywords:  verifone, lipman, hypercom, tranz, edc
Your point of sale system plays an important role in functionality, transaction capacity, and transaction qualification. Categories include stand-alone terminal equipment from makers like Verifone, Hypercom, Lipman and others, and computer register systems integrated with certified software.
Most credit card transactions are conducted electronically by using Electronic Draft Capture (see EDC). Typically this is performed by terminal (like the Verifone Tranz 330), Software or via the Internet.
Hard helmets for players are compulsory. Knee-pads, whips and spurs are optional.
whips, blinkers, etc. Gear carried by a horse in a race.
See bandage; bar shoe; bit; blinkers; bridle; earmuffs; halter; hood; nose band; overcheck; overgirth; reins; saddle cloth; saddle pad; shadow roll; shank; stirrups; tongue tie.
Keywords:  tee, golf, cart, worn, anything
"Equipment'' is anything used, worn or carried by or for the player except any ball he has played at the hole being played and any small object, such as a coin or a tee, when used to mark the position of a ball or the extent of an area in which a ball is to be dropped. Equipment includes a golf cart, whether or not motorized. If such a cart is shared by two or more players, the cart and everything in it are deemed to be the equipment of the player whose ball is involved except that, when the cart is being moved by one of the players sharing it, the cart and everything in it are deemed to be that player's equipment. Note: A ball played at the hole being played is equipment when it has been lifted and not put back into play.
Anything that is used by a player or is carried or worn. His ball in play is not included
Anything used, carried, or worn by a player, except a ball in play.
Used in the airline industry referring to aircraft or aircraft type, i.e., DC-10, B-727, etc.
Those things which an individual aircraft owner may specify above the minimum required to meet F AA requirements for certification.
moderate length http://www.defendamerica.mil/database.html#specialops http://www.military.com/Resources/EQG/EQGmain?loc=QL long (includes foreign military) http://www.fas.org/man/index.html Osprey (V-22 tilt-rotor aircraft) http://directory.google.com/Top/Recreation/Aviation/Military/Airlifters/V-22_Osprey Also see each service, "contractors," and "Missile Defense Agency."
Keywords:  eschiper, nessicary, ofr, norse, skip
instruments nessicary for a particular kind of work [from OFr eschiper, to fit out a ship, probably from Norse skip, ship
A particular piece of semiconduconductor processing or metrology hardware installed at one of our fabrication labs.
The hardware and software components of an information system.
Also Known As: mobile phone; SIM card; accessories; batteries Definition: Mobile phones, SIM cards, CD's and any other hardware or accessories sold or supplied by us.
Devices for comfort conditioning, electric power, lighting, transportation, or service water heating including, but not limited to, furnaces, boilers, air conditioners, heat pumps, chillers, water heaters, lamps, luminaires, ballasts, elevators, escalators, or other devices or installations.
An asset that performs a function e.g. a motor coupling pump, pumps water from pint A to point B.
Keywords:  racquet, needed, task, things, cricket
things needed for a purpose e.g. cricket bat, tennis racquet
special things needed for a task, supplies, etc.
an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service
Keywords:  espionage, spy, verdict, ethnic, arrest
ESPIONAGE$: for general stories only. ESPIONAGE: used for specific spy cases; may also be crime word ... first story, arrest, verdict, sentence ETHIC: where a code of behavior is discussed. ETHNIC: whenever the story emphasizes an ethnic group and its customs.; may be used with FOOD, etc.
Material resources necessary to facilitate the transport or the handling of cargo. Transport equipment does under the given circumstances not have the ability to move by its own propulsion (e.g. sea container, trailer, unit load device, and pallet).
maintains and repairs cargo handling equipment and also cargo with special handling characteristics.
Equipment is a noncurrent or long-term asset account which reports the cost of the equipment. Equipment will be depreciated over its useful life by debiting the income statement account Depreciation Expense and crediting the balance sheet account Accumulated Depreciation (a contra asset account). To Top
Fixed Assets of any kind except real property (land, buildings, and their respective improvements).
Fixed assets not for resale and acquired for long term use
Keywords:  tad, buggy, suddenly, goes, drive
a tad buggy and the result is that when the hard drive gets full or the power suddenly goes off etc
Keywords:  fantastic, value
a fantastic value
Keywords:  protector, gloves, gum, boots, shield
(1) Gum shield (2) Gloves (3) Tape (4) Protector (5) Boots.
a clear, three-piece design, easily snaps together on any net, eliminating any focal distractions or obstructions from the rim
an issue with all electronics companies because they basically send out shrink-wra
The rolling stock carriers use to facilitate the transportation services that they provide, including containers, trucks, chassis, vessels, and airplanes, among others.
The rolling stock of a carrier.
Refers to any device in the system other than pipes, pipe fittings and isolation valves.
All piping, ducts, vents, control devices and other components of systems other than appliances which are permanently installed and integrated to provide control of environmental conditions for buildings. This definition shall also include other systems specifically regulated in this code.
Any gaming machine, jackpot equipment, component of the CMS network, peripheral equipment, computing equipment or part of, or replacement part thereof.
Electrical equipment which can be used in potentially explosive atmospheres. Any explosion occurring with the equipment is confined
Keywords:  misspelled, word, right, web, times
This word is misspelled " equiptment" 22,932 times on the web right now.
The quality of a simultaneous interpretation depends largely on the quality of the equipment available to the interpreter. The quality of the booth, field of vision, headphones, microphones, sound quality, etc. are integral components of the simultaneous interpretation services. Click here for more information.
An inventory of the equipment you had before the disaster as well as what equipment you will need for recovery.
Awards for purchase of major equipment (generally, laboratory/scientific equipment, but also audio-visual materials).^ to top
Keywords:  telephony, channels, board, one
One or more channels on a telephony board.
a grant to purchase equipment, furnishings, or other materials.
Keywords:  planning, production
production planning
Keywords:  new, personal, property, see
New or used personal property. See also, FF&E.