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COM port

A serial communications port on a PC. See COM1 and serial port.
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Com21 recently demonstrated its continued commitment to the company's highly successful ATM-based product portfolio with the launch of its most technologically advanced and lowest cost modem yet in the ComUNITY Access product range, the ComPORT 1080.
The Diana collection has been expanded with two new bowls, complementing the centerpiece bowl and matching comport that were introduced last year.
Comport recently was with Gartner, where he was vice president-distinguished analyst responsible for defining and delivering Gartner's strategy and governance research.
It's time for a serious reevaluation of the way we comport ourselves on this small globe, which grows smaller each day.
But those referenda didn't comport with the hard-line approach.
Comport Recognized as One of Nation's Fastest Growing Solution Providers
May the Senate comport itself as it should, and may we see peace, harmony and a rapid confirmation process.
Bruchac interweaves suspense with Indian folklore effortlessly, and the spooky b/w illustrations by Sally Wern Comport, which have the quality of a graphic novel, add to the reading experience.
They comport 3 themes: himself, the deceased, and tomb-robbing, evidently rampant at the time.
Whether it would be extended to securities traders and commodities dealers and traders would depend on whether the extension would comport with the principles described above.
In this sphere, juror attitudes comport with the law--the company must investigate discrimination and harassment complaints, even if the complainant indicates he or she wants the complaint maintained anonymously.
Much of the criticism of such measures is that they appear in press releases, which do not comport with the financial statements included in SEC filings.