hole site

hole site

[′hōl ‚sīt]
(computer science)
The area on a punch card where a hole may be punched.
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All their weapons and ammunition fell into Nez Perce hands and some were definitely fired from their positions at soldiers at the Big Hole site.
EPA, the city, the county and Kettering University continue to work together to redevelop the Chevy in the Hole site.
Despite the fact that the Judd Hole site is a backwater area and the Mossy Break site is a flow-through area, there were no significant differences between these hydrological sites for any litter component except Spanish moss (Table 2: P = 0.
Starting next summer, the West Germans plan to drill the main hole about 200 metes away from the pilot hole site.
The city will use the money for cleaning up the old General Motors' Chevy in the Hole site and redeveloping it into Chevy Commons, a giant park with nature trails and fishing spots.
The firm has also acquired 10 kilometres of 2D seismic from Italian giant Eni that will be reprocessed soon to define the bottom hole site for the Bezzecca-2 well.
1, surface hole site 296 feet FNL and 340 feet FEL in Section 9-20S-26W, planned bottom hole site 330 feet FSL and 754 feet FEL in Section 16-20S-26W in the Kiblah Field of Lafayette County.
Federal energy officials say they're now looking at bore hole sites in South Dakota to test geological conditions.
In May, ground conditions allowed resumption of rehabilitation activities on drill hole sites located in EPC's 980, 1267 and 1228.