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central terminal

[′sen·trəl ′tər·mən·əl]
(computer science)
A communication device which queues tellers' requests for processing and which channels answers to the consoles originating the transactions.
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The Bogo Central Terminal houses different modes of public transportation.
This move will alleviate traffic and congestion as construction on the Central Terminal gets underway.
Buses bound for Metro Manila and other Quezon towns are available at the Grand Central Terminal.
In addition to the 58-story tower, One Vanderbilt will include direct connections to Grand Central Terminal, and $220 million in upgrades to the transit hub will be completed as part of SL Green's project.
The airport said on Twitter that the departure and arrival levels of the Central Terminal Area were closed and advised passengers to contact airlines to check the status of any flights.
3 million-square-foot (nearly 121,000-square-meter) Central Terminal B through 2050.
Shaw initially reached out to Grand Central Terminal to see hold it could be involved, as it is Grand Central Terminal's 100th anniversary this year, Merritt told HFN at the event.
According to ORTIA's Manager of Maintenance and Engineering, Mr Kobus Nel: "ACSA was very comfortable to appoint Vanderlande Industries because of their excellent maintenance performance in the Central Terminal Building over the past two years.
Presenting Sponsor of Grand Central Terminal Kaleidoscope Light Show; Sharp makes donation to The HOPE Program to launch the Green Collar Project
City leaders and industry leaders gathered yesterday (Tuesday) at a press conference to discuss new details in the city's proposal to rezone and revamp the area around Grand Central Terminal.
In the aftermaths of Boston Marathon bombings, the central terminal of New York's LaGuardia Airport was evacuated following reports of a suspicious package in a shopping area.

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