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destination

[‚des·tə′nā·shən]
(computer science)
The location (record, file, document, program, device, or disk) to which information is moved or copied.

What does it mean when you dream about a destination?

Traveling toward a destination or arriving at a destination in a dream is often a fairly straightforward representation of the achievement of our desires and ambitions.

References in classic literature ?
A dozen officers of the court with several body servants were grouped behind the jeddak and his guest, eager listeners to the conversation--so eager on the part of one of the servants that he was twice rebuked by a noble for his forwardness in pushing himself ahead of his betters to view the intricate mechanism of the wonderful "controlling destination compass," as the thing was called.
See here," and he indicated a device at the right of the destination compass.
In aggravated cases, that is when the obstructions are many, or of such a nature as to deflect the bow more than forty-five degrees in any direction, or when the craft has reached its destination and dropped to within a hundred yards of the ground, the mechanism brings her to a full stop, at the same time sounding a loud alarm which will instantly awaken the pilot.
The answers informed me that Crickgelly was a little fishing-village, and that there was no coach direct to it, but that two coaches running to two small Welsh towns situated at nearly equal distances from my destination, on either side of it, would pass through Shrewsbury the next morning.
Instructions to take you on to Yarmouth, if possible, sir," he announced, "and to collect the mileage at our destination.
Alexey Alexandrovitch's departure made a great sensation, the more so as just before he started he officially returned the posting-fares allowed him for twelve horses, to drive to his destination.
He had worked on Bill's feelings so successfully as to elicit a loan of a million dollars, and was just proceeding to marry him to Elizabeth, when the cab stopped with the sudden sharpness peculiar to New York cabs, and he woke up, to find himself at his destination.
He heard the news of his destination, in perfect silence; and, having had his luggage put into his hand--which was not very difficult to carry, inasmuch as it was all comprised within the limits of a brown paper parcel, about half a foot square by three inches deep--he pulled his cap over his eyes; and once more attaching himself to Mr.
As they drew near to their destination, however, Mr.
10, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Destinations that place a high priority on marketing their brands and amenities realize significantly greater employment and economic growth, well beyond the visitor economy, reports new research released today by the Destination & Travel Foundation and conducted by Oxford Economics.
Air Canada announced a 13% year-over-year service increase to vacation destinations during its winter schedule, or nearly 10,000 seats per week.
With new routes to Latin America, connecting flights to Asia and Europe, and nonstop service to 160 destinations worldwide, DFW Airport is a fast-growing global gateway that connects Dallas-Fort Worth to the world.