leader label

leader label

[′lēd·ər ‚lā·bəl]
(computer science)
A record appearing at the beginning of a magnetic tape to uniquely identify the tape as one required by the system.
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In his speech, Rafizi also explained why the de facto leader label was ditched for the party president.
Xeikon is creating a solution for the broader segment of the label market." Xeikon also celebrated during the show the sale of a Xeikon 3300 to Benelux label printing leader Label Products.
The East Kilbride-based firm are linking up with the largest spirits and wine retailer in the southern hemisphere, SFW, to tackle the market leader Bell's with their own Scottish Leader label.
Addressing party workers in Lahore, the PPP leader labeled former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and PTI Chairman Imran Khan as 'power-hungry' politicians who were least bothered about the problems facing the people.
Citing what he called a lack of harmony between the words and actions of US officials, the Supreme Leader labeled the Americans "irrational" people who seek to achieve their goals chiefly by bullying others.
So what do you do when you're Ovide Lamontagne, the front-running GOP gubernatorial hopeful, and you get an editorial endorsement from the Concord Monitor, the newspaper that House Speaker Bill O'Brien characterized as "Democratic propagandists" and whose former House majority leader labeled "irresponsible"?
The deal that still needs the approval of the Council of Ministers, became the main public issue with politicians questioning the cost and the duration of the contract, which one party leader labeled as the 'scandal of the century'.