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checkout

[′chek‚au̇t]
(computer science)
A collection of routines that are built into a compiler to test and debug programs.
(engineering)
A sequence of actions to test or examine a thing as to its readiness for incorporation into a new phase of use or as to the performance of its intended function.
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But there was nothing shy about Speedo nor DiscoBoy, wearing nothing but purple shorts and a furry trapper hat, as the wacky duo jumped onto one of the check-outs and strutted their stuff.
He said the library can afford it because of attrition, realignment of staff and a new automated system that will provide self-service check-ins and check-outs.
Corporate travellers don't want to spend time arranging breakfast, laundry, late check-outs or internet access, they just want to get down to business quickly and easily so, based on corporate traveller feedback, Ma.
My responsibility at check-out is to identify any significant differences or discrepancies, taking into account fair wear and tear, the quality of the items and fittings, and their condition at the onset of the tenancy.
Late check-outs are also offered and particularly appreciated by those on long haul travel schedules, Roy said.
That means having more of our staff in stores, improving product availability and helping customers at our check-outs.
For their mission was a desperate one - to clog up the check-outs of a rival supermarket.
Changes to the 10,000sq ft store include introducing upright freezers, new shelving, a new ceiling, new check-outs, new signs and lighted and a new fresh food area.
Julia Hollinshead, 34, of Castleland Street, Barry, was shopping in Asda in Cardiff Bay with her sons Ryan, four, and Liam, three, when she spotted Liam, who was sitting in a trolley, trying to snatch the packet of Nurofen from a check-out rack.
Every item in store has had its exact weight entered into a computer, allowing the check-out to tell exactly what has gone into the bag and cutting down any risk of theft, according to Sainsbury's.
A year on, the march of the self-service till is almost complete, with the human check-out operator pushed into second place by the allegedly more efficient alternative.
STONY-faced check-out operators could soon be a thing of the past.