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display window

[di′splā ‚win‚dō]
(communications)
Width of the portion of the frequency spectrum presented on panoramic presentation; expressed in frequency units, usually megahertz.
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A smashed display window at Pykes The Jewellers, in Birkenhead, yesterday
The Bump Out 2 Display Window is the original design recognized throughout the world.
For example, you would say 580 dollars times 5.5 percent, so on the calculator you enter 580 X 5.5%, and the correct answer appears in the display window as 31.9 (this is $31.90).
As originally configured, the display window frame was built from three separate pieces of sheet metal, which required 10 TIG tack welds for joining as well as additional grinding and deburring steps.
The site offers three primary services: a display window of unbranded and branded lots of merchandise organized by categories, direct or reverse auctions on appealing branded lots, and reverse auctions driven by the specific requests of buyers.
After installing MITINET/marc on your Mac, you click the program icon, and a blank "Display Window: Untitled-1" appears.
The burglars forced open the shutters of the premises and smashed the front display window. After grabbing a large quantity of rings, watches and other items they made off.
A SHOP owner has been forced to make a display window apology after his "jokey" advertising leaflets failed to amuse the police.
The backlit liquid crystal display is 106 pixels X 56 pixels, and a dead-fronted warning indicator is positioned above the graphic display window. The module can display data directly from the vehicle data bus, or text and graphics as specified by the user.
The Eclipse's large display window and intuitive graphics make tracking easier and faster.
Hynde entered the display window at the fashion shop while protesters outside chanted "Shed your skin, Gap!" The four allegedly ripped apart clothes and other Gap items.