active entry

active entry

[′ak·tiv ′en·trē]
(mining engineering)
An entry in which coal is being mined from a portion or from connected sections.
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The winning number will be independently drawn and the PS17,500 prize will be awarded if there is an exact match with an active entry.
a rule can be created to block calls from your co-workers if there's an active entry in the specified calendar entitled 'annual leave' or 'weekend' etc.
He went on to say that the Parviz Khan border crossing in the western city of Qasr-e Shirin was the most active entry port, through which 1.
However, Bilawal has unsportingly pricked that balloon by revealing that he will not be addressing the Birmingham rally and intends to take a law degree next before contemplating an active entry into our bed of thorns called politics.
Group 2 Richmond Stakes winner Strike The Deal (lot 1068) was still listed as an active entry.
It will also analyse the effects of density, wind, turbulence and dust on the behaviour of a probe on entry and examine the options for active entry control during the hypersonic phase.
Our objectives were to make science appealing through the facility design; to promote interaction between faculty, student and staff; and to provide an active entry for students approaching from the campus' center.
TELE-TV is on schedule to begin active entry into the marketplace next year, with Wireless Digital Television offering a unique, early-entry strategy with superior quality as its cornerstone.
Unlike other Identity Management solutions on the market today, which can be difficult to install and often require up to 90% custom coding, Active Entry can be used out-of-the-box already 90% configured.
Lee Henderson, will discuss the company's Influenza drug, an active entry inhibitor for all strains of Influenza and its drug development technologies.