Access land

(in england and wales) areas of the countryside which are open to the public

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  • Access course

    noun (in britain) an intensive course of study for people without academic qualifications that enables them to apply for higher education noun instruction offered to provide a student who does not have the required qualifications with basic and essential information and skills examples she was offered admission after completing an access course at the college.

  • Access method

    a method of accessing data read from or written to an external storage medium, determined by software and the organization of data on the medium. networking 1. the way that network devices access the network medium. 2. software in an sna processor that controls the flow of data through a network. [physical layer?] (1998-03-02)

  • Access permission

    access permission permission

  • Access point

    a code, term, or the like through which an entry in a bibliographic record may be found. historical examples it took less than an hour to convince her boss to let them put up their access point. someone comes to town, someone leaves town cory doctorow i think that ringing doorbells and talking people into […]

  • Access road

    a road that provides access to a specific destination, as to a main highway or to a property that lies within another property. historical examples scotty drove through the base and onto the access road that led to the firing areas. the scarlet lake mystery harold leland goodwin we were momentarily stopped as we were […]

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