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A Windows client machine that functions as an input/output terminal. It can be a full-blown PC with terminal software or a dedicated "thin client" terminal running an embedded version of Windows. For details about terminal-based centralized computing, see thin client. See Remote Desktop Services.
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WBT

Abbr. for Wet-bulb temperature.
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Hasting, CWO5 USMC (ret), stated "The ability to install and run third party software on the WBT allows for rapid integration of the WBT into existing collection systems.
"WBT helps us to think about what is going well, to capture moments of pleasure that often go unnoticed.
The scientists used standard climate computer models to show that the fatal WBT extremes would occur every decade or two after 2070 along most of the Arabian Gulf coast, if global warming is not curbed.
MARION Purcell, who has twice been runner-up in the WIBC world mixed pairs championship, has earned a crack at the WBT women's matchplay singles title, after powering through the PBA play-offs at the Cynon Valley club in Mountain Ash yesterday.
On their first year of broadcast with WBT, Brad and Britt were heard in the afternoon drive time, but on their second year, the two were shifted to early evenings.
Web-based training "WBT" could be referred as "any purposeful, considered application of Web technologies to the task of educating a fellow human being." (Liu, 2001).
(NASDAQ: WTFC) said it has appointed Pam Sharar-Stoppel as president for Wheaton Bank & Trust Company (WBT).
"In my case, there is zero doubt that NHI's WBT helped me accomplish this goal.
Two appendixes present: (1) WBT [Web-Based Training) Project Development: Tasks & Roles for the Web-based Instructional Design; and (2) Instructional Designer Profile/Educational Technology Librarian Profile/Web-based Curriculum Developer Profile/Head of Media Services Profile/Tutor Profile.
John Price, winner of this event in 1996 and 1998, also looks a banker to see off Kiwi Peter Wilson, who will be seeking to improve on his previous WBT outing when he was thrashed by Darren Burnett in the first round of the Scottish Open in November.