checkline

checkline

[′chek‚līn]
(naval architecture)
A heavy line passed through a chock and fastened to a bitt of a ship that is coming alongside a wharf in order to slow the ship down or to keep it from moving away from the wharf.
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You can check your team's final placing using the telephone checkline.
The court heard Mahtani joined Checkline in April 1998.
Mahtani,from Watford,Hertfordshire, whose protracted betrayal of his bosses at Checkline plc made the massive scam possible, pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy to defraud central clearing banks and other financial institutions between April 29, 1998 and September 12, 2001.
Ali Bajawa, defending, said Mahtani worked at Checkline, which processes credit card payments.
This number is used by police, the public and Toyota to gain instant access to the ISR's 24-hou r checkline.
You will need it if you want to call our Checkline to keep track of your points and position in the leaderboard.
While it can be added to an existing EPoS system, the Checkline FASTtran can operate with just an electronic cash register (ECR).
Recently Baynflax acquired a new Chief Executive in John Finn who has helped provide the Company with improved Management Systems along with an improved quality checkline procedure, and last but not least a short to medium term plan to expand the Company into Europe.
You can check your team's progress using the telephone checkline - last update Friday, August 20 at 10am.
Find out your final score and position by calling the Checkline or by using your PIN to login at the website.
Find out your score by calling the Checkline or by using your PIN to login at the website.