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counter

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1. 
a. a small flat disc of wood, metal, or plastic, used in various board games
b. a similar disc or token used as an imitation coin
2. a skating figure consisting of three circles

counter

2
1. an apparatus that records the number of occurrences of events
2. any instrument for detecting or counting ionizing particles or photons
3. Electronics another name for scaler

counter

1. a return attack, such as a blow in boxing
2. Fencing a parry in which the foils move in a circular fashion
3. the portion of the stern of a boat or ship that overhangs the water aft of the rudder
4. the part of a horse's breast under the neck and between the shoulders

Counter

A horizontal work surface, display, or serving surface, such as in a store, in a restaurant, or on top of a kitchen cabinet.

counter

[′kau̇nt·ər]
(computer science)
A register or storage location used to represent the number of occurrences of an event.
(electronics)
(engineering)
A complete instrument for detecting, totalizing, and indicating a sequence of events.
(naval architecture)
(nucleonics)

counter

1. A long horizontal surface used in stores, shops, banks, etc., for display of goods, for work-top areas, or for business transactions.
2. The top or working surface of the base of a kitchen cabinet.

counter

(1) In programming, a variable that is used to keep track of anything that must be counted. The programming language determines the number of counters (variables) that are available to a programmer.

(2) In electronics, a circuit that counts pulses and generates an output at a specified time.
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The briefing papers are grouped under four broad areas: "The Maritime Security Dimension and Capacity Building", "Private Sector Contribution to Counter-Piracy Efforts (Ports & Industry)", "A Different Dimension to Countering Piracy: Humanitarian Efforts for Alternative Livelihoods", and "Attributing Success Factors for Counter-Piracy in a Complex Environment".
Keep most of your body weight on the left leg and be countering the ball so that your spine is away from the axis of rotation.
The deliberations will attempt to explain the Governments' Plans and Actions in regard to Counter-Terrorism, Legal Challenges to Countering Terrorism; Role of Prosecution, Police Role in Countering Terror and the UK Perspective on Counter-Radicalization and Rule of Law besides CRSS Project on Rule of law.
The deliberations will attempt to explain the government's plans and actions in regard to counter-terrorism, legal challenges to countering terrorism, role of prosecution, police role in countering terror and the UK perspective on counter-radicalization and rule of law, besides CRSS project on rule of law.

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