high side

high side

[′hī ‚sīd]
(computer science)
The part of a remote device that communicates with a computer.
References in classic literature ?
Instantly her plan was formed, and as a great chariot swung close to our hiding place she slipped stealthily in upon the trailing tailboard, crouching low in the shadow of the high side, straining me to her bosom in a frenzy of love.
To let you into a secret, godmother, I wear my pocket on my high side, o' purpose.
And he led the way into the high side entrance at the top of the flight of steps.
The head and shoulders of Mr Verloc were hidden from her by the high side of the sofa.
It was a place fitted for such a work, being hardly more than a rock whose high sides were continually beaten upon by the waves.
The reach was narrow, straight, with high sides like a railway cutting.
Intelligent power switches are used for high side and low side configurations and are designed for handling normal overload conditions in addition to several extraordinary conditions.
Porter said, 'The surprises on the sales data have consistently been on the high side of expectations recently.
So why would you choose high side or low side control?
Prizewinners: Mule ewe lambs: 1st and Champion - SW Mawson & Son, High Side, Bassenthwaite 2ndJ T Davidson, Bell Mount, Irthington 3rd M/s W Ridley, Wood Hall, Hesket New Market In the breeding ewes and shearlings section there was a strong show and plenty of interest with all classes in demand.
Sanitation officials said the solids estimates are on the high side and that actual degradation would likely be much less.