cut form

cut form

[¦kət ¦fȯrm]
(computer science)
In optical character recognition, any document form, receipt, or such, of standard dimensions which must be issued a separate read command in order to be recognized.
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But detection systems were also improving, he said, with latest machines able to detect even small artificial stones both in rough and cut form.
As redfish rely more on their sense of smell than on sight, Gorta keeps it simple most of the time with threadfin herring in either whole or cut form. Eight-foot Tsunami Air Wave rods and 30-pound braided line allow him to launch his baits from a respectful distance.
Because Sproat was in custody since his arrest in March, time will be cut form his sentence.
But the EP level for valerenic acid from dried valerian root in cut form is 0.10%, reflecting changes that may occur during processing.
He said that specially watermelon is required to displayed in the cut form. From heat stroke to bacterial diseases such as gastroenteritis and skin problems, the issues are aplenty for the residents.
The Douglas fir and incense cedar he cut form the ceiling beams, cabinetry, windows and doors in the project.
Mr Gruffydd said: "Broga takes a cut form the income to cover transport and administration, but by working together it works out much cheaper for individual growers."
Machine Tool Production 2007 (est.) Country $-Millions Cut Form 1.
The Prime Minister has accepted a report that will cut form filling and provide the equivalent of 3,000 extra officers on the streets.
Each episode was also viewed in a rough cut form by a panel of people from our department to check for any medico-legal concerns."
But while confessing the Merseyside rivalry continues to simmer, erstwhile Danish international Molby acknowledges he and Jones have been cut form the same cloth.
POLICY: Marketing director Claire Forrest says Focus software helps cut form filling