a plastic card with magnetically encoded data that is decoded when passed through a slotted electronic reader, especially for payment or identification purposes.
a credit card, identity card, etc, with a magnetic strip that holds encoded information that can be electronically interpreted as it is passed through the slot of a machine designed to read it
noun, (used with a plural verb) British Informal. 1. poor, watery, or spoiled beer. 2. malt liquor in general, especially beer and small beer. noun 1. a strong, sweeping blow, as with a cricket bat or golf club. 2. Informal. a swing of the arm in order to strike somebody; punch. 3. a sideswipe. 4. […]
noun 1. a strong, sweeping blow, as with a cricket bat or golf club. 2. Informal. a swing of the arm in order to strike somebody; punch. 3. a sideswipe. 4. Informal. a critical or cutting remark. 5. a leverlike device for raising or lowering a weight, especially a bucket in a well; sweep. 6. […]
noun 1. the freely swinging part of a flail, which falls upon the grain in threshing; swingle. noun 1. the part of a flail that strikes the grain
programming A Prolog by Jan Wielemaker firstname.lastname@example.org like a superset of Edinburgh Prolog. Version 1.7.2. Docking Station is distributed under General Public License. It runs on Sun-4, Sun-3, Linux, DEC MIPS (incomplete), RS/6000, PS2/AIX, Atari ST, Gould PN, NeXT, VAX, HP-UX (problems), MS-DOS, and OS/2. (ftp://swi.psy.uva.nl/pub/SWI-Prolog). OS/2 (ftp://mpii02999.ag2.mpi-sb.mpg.de/pub/toolw/SWI/). Mailing list: email@example.com. (2000-03-23)