Definitions for "Terminal"
A rate charged on all freight, independent of the distance, and supposed to cover the expenses of station service, as distinct from mileage rate, generally proportionate to the distance and intended to cover movement expenses; a terminal charge.
An electronic device where data may be entered into a computer, and information received from it, usually consisting of a keyboard and video display unit (monitor); the terminal may be integrated or connected directly to a computer, or connected by a communications circuit with a computer at a remote location; -- also called computer terminal.
A combination of monitor and keyboard used to communicate with a remote computer. Terminals are generally unable to do processing; they are communications devices.
Pertaining to a railroad terminal; connected with the receipt or delivery of freight; as, terminal charges.
Any station for the delivery or receipt of freight lying too far from the main line to be served by mere sidings.
The station at either end of a bus line line which transports freight or passengers.
Keywords:  distal, serif, tip, bud, thallus
Of or pertaining to the end or extremity; forming the extremity; as, a terminal edge.
Growing at the end of a branch or stem; terminating; as, a terminal bud, flower, or spike.
That which terminates or ends; termination; extremity.
Either of the ends of the conducting circuit of an electrical apparatus, as an inductorium, dynamo, or electric motor, usually provided with binding screws for the attachment of wires by which a current may be conveyed into or from the machine; a pole.
A point of connection for two or more conductors in an electrical circuit; one of the conductors is usually an electrical contact, lead or electrode of a component.
A device designed to terminate a conductor to be affixed usually to a post, stud, chassis or other conductor or the like in order to establish electrical connection.
Keywords:  pos, merchant, capture, settle, atm
The POS equipment used to capture, transmit, and store payment card transactions.
A small box-like device that is placed at the merchant location to electronically process credit card transactions. Attached to a telephone line at the merchant location, the terminal is capable of authorizing, capturing, and settling credit card transactions. (See Point-of-Sale Terminal)
An electronic device used by merchants to process credit card transactions. Terminals use phone lines to authorize, capture and settle credit card transactions.
Keywords:  console, linux, unix, monospace, bsd
A Mac OS X application that lets you use a command-line interface and BSD a version of UNIX developed at UC Berkeley utility programs.
a method to let you use a console (a place where you can type commands to get things done)
See console.
A person, seen as an endpoint for a line of communication.
an communication endpoint that terminates calls and their media streams
An endpoint, which provides for real-time, two-way communications with another terminal, gateway, or mobile unit.
Keywords:  tfd, tft
an irreplaceable modern icon cherished by millions of travelers and architecture buffs
In the CDE desktop, an icon used to open a terminal window.
Keywords:  apex, mainstem, dominant, plant, cotton
The dominant, upper mainstem part of a cotton plant containing 3-4 expanding leaves and developing squares; if they are all retained, the number of squares typically is identical to the number of leaves; apex.
Usually refers to the growing point in the plant apex.
An illness is described as terminal when the person is expected to die of that illness within months or weeks. Patients receiving hospice care are usually in the terminal phase of an illness.
diagnosis of an illness that has a predictable fatal progression.
Without expectation of recovery; fatal.
Terminal is a medical thriller written by Robin Cook. The novel peeps into the boom and curse of biotechnology.
Keywords:  lexer, eval, undefined, grammar, input
a block like a shell, except that it doesn't interpret or evaluate its input field, even though the button to activate it is still called Eval
a video screen reflecting the input from a serial port
The terminal symbols are all those symbols that are undefined in a grammar. They represent themselves. They are the primitive elements of the language. The leaf nodes of the abstract syntax tree. The input symbols coming from the lexer.
Keywords:  tessellated, terrestrial
Terrestrial Tessellated
Keywords:  sire, carcass, bred, cattle, breeding
Any cattle of any strain or cross that are bred and selected primarily to appear on only one side of a terminal breeding system. There are both sire-side terminal types and cow-side terminal types. Example of a sire-side terminal type: Bulls that are selected primarily on the basis of their size, growth, visual appearance, and or carcass merit. Example of a dam-side terminal type: Cows that are selected primarily on the basis of their milking or mothering ability. Terminal-cross cattle are sometimes referred to as industrial or factory cattle.
An assigned area in which containers are prepared for loading into a vessel or are stacked immediately after discharge from the vessel.
An assigned area where containers are prepared for loading into a vessel, train or truck, or are stored immediately after discharge from the vessel, train or truck.
An area which has been assigned for containers which are preparing for loading into a vessel. Or where containers are stacked immediately after discharge from the vessel.
Keywords:  finial, tile, starter, gable, intersect
The tile piece required where a ridge intersects a hip or hips. They are specified according to the number of ridges and hips that intersect. For example, 2H - 1R means that two hips intersect one ridge. Ornamental gable terminals and ornamental ridge/hip terminals are used to produce a finial-type appearance. The pitch of the roof is always required when ordering terminals, along with "starter" or "finisher" designation.
a suit tile with a rank of 1 or 9
A major operational location (also known as a Depot) where shipments for pickup and delivery are processed.
In a HF prediction, this is the location of one of the two transceivers, e.g., Sydney.
located at the top
In a body of water, having no outlet stream
One outlet of a ductwork system. Generally the entrance from which air is supplied to a room and the point at which a grille is fixed.
The definition of a terminal, as it applies to cosmetics, is one of two types of hair shaft. The terminal hair shaft is thick, long and dark. The scalp, eyebrows, axillae and pubic regions are covered with terminal hairs.
Keywords:  tdd, tty, list
To-Do List TTY/TDD
When an irreversible failure of a critical organ system develops. People who are living with their cancer, even though the cancer is not curable, are not terminal.
In cancer prognosis, forecasting death due to the growth and progression of the cancer.
Keywords:  potsdam, allied, july, conference, code
Code name for the Allied conference in Potsdam - July 1945
a physical VTAM logical unit (LU) that establishes a session with IMS
a beautiful thing to have access to for some of us
a person or thing, an identity is a beingness
Keywords:  apps, launch, choice, good
a good choice because we can launch more apps from it
a vehicle transport for auto manufacturers
A reception or departure building at the terminus of a bus, sea or air transport route.
Keywords:  subpanel, panel, front, window, item
In the Front Panel, an item in the Personal Applications subpanel used to open a terminal window.
an indivisible item that needs no further definition than its associated code block
Keywords:  airport, building
an airport building
a tool for controlling the procurement process
the male reproductive glands found in the scrotum. The testicles (or testes) produce sperm and the male hormone testosterone.
Keywords:  familiar, remember, window, dos, you
If you remember DoS, you are probably familiar with a terminal window.
A text window, generally a telnet session.
Keywords:  barrier, strip
Terminal Strip (a.k.a. barrier strip) Terminator / Termination
Keywords:  marginal, spots
and marginal spots
a machine, usually placed next to a cash register, that can read credit cards, as well as provide verification
Keywords:  string, characters
a string of characters (e
Keywords:  extremity, object
The extremity of an object.
A collection of hardware and possibly software that provides a direct user interface to a network.
describes an advanced disease with limited life expectancy.
relating to or occurring in a term or fixed period of time; "terminal examinations"; "terminal payments"
Keywords:  sound, associated, meaning
a sound associated with a meaning
Keywords:  text, run, way, programs, based
a text-based way to run programs