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drop-ins

[analogy with drop-outs] Spurious characters appearing on a terminal or console as a result of line noise or a system malfunction of some sort. Especially used when these are interspersed with one's own typed input.
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The drop-ins are open to anyone who wishes to find out more about the EIA process and the next steps.
For general enquiries about any of these events or to find out more about church and community drop-ins and the Warm Welcome Network, please contact maddy.fisher@togethermc.org Tel 07532 744 924.
FC United, the Booth Centre in Strangeways and the Diocese of Salford-run Cornerstone were just some of the other organisations which hosted drop-ins on Christmas Day.
The drop-in events are being held at: June 26 - Brighouse civic Hall, Bradford Road, Brighouse, HD6 1RW.
A SCHEME that enables residents to drop-in for a health check while shopping has been extended.
Details of public meetings and drop-ins from Newcastle PCT (0191) 219-6187 or www.newcastlepct.co.uk
Most of the company's customers are industrial, with a mix of farmers and some occasional drop-ins.
drop-ins. To start, it had a first-come-first-served policy, which received a number of complaints.
A regular customer reports that drop-ins are supposed to be assigned to the four or five stylists in a rotating order.
The seven members of the selection committee, plus additional curators from both institutions, have also solicited recommendations (from "local and international curators, colleagues and critics, friends and enemies," says Biesenbach), and gone on numerous studio visits--some of them impromptu drop-ins at the behest of the artist next door.
Drop-ins have included such varied person as as Robert Graham, Angelica Huston and even one Jennifer Nicholson.
The 450-member PYP has a fantastic programme of drop-ins, group work and health advice, as well as fun activities and trips.