index center

index center

[′in‚deks ‚sen·tər]
(mechanical engineering)
One of two machine-tool centers used to hold work and to rotate it by a fixed amount.
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For each app the Secure-D Index center features pertinent information such as number of downloads, market infection rate and markets where the app is active.
Councilwoman Johnson, who represents Ward 7 in Oklahoma City, where the IndEx center is located in a 10,000 square foot warehouse, hailed the project as an example of a public-private partnership to "educate persons for better job opportunities." She noted that a welfare-to-work grant, administered through Oklahoma City's Office of Workforce Development, helped IndEx-OKC to begin operations.
The firm provides UV index center point-of-purchase merchandising displays to retailers.
Modulation Index centers on streaming audio on the Internet and its products, comprising StreamS Audio Encoder in an effort to back new and legacy streaming protocols; and StreamS PADbridge, a live metadata management system for boosting revenue generation for streaming, FM RDS/RBDS, HD radio, websites and digital signage.
The projected increase in the consumer price index centered on rates of 4 1/2 to 5 percent and had an overall range of 3 1/2 to 5 1/2 percent for the year.
Included in this program will be celebrity-studded, public-service announcements, the creation of educational UV index centers in stores, participation in National Sun Protection Awareness Week (May 21 through May 28), and a media relations effort to get the word out on both sun care and the UV index throughout 1995.