right bracket

right bracket

(character)
"]". ASCII character 93.

Common names: right square bracket; ITU-T: closing bracket; unbracket. Rare: unsquare; INTERCAL: U turn back.

Paired with left bracket.
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Acceleration to 62mph in 7.5s puts it in the right bracket for a businessman or woman in a hurry.
"Looking for somewhere to buy isn't that hard, it's just finding the something in the right bracket.
"His age puts him in the right bracket for the next World Cup and his versatility means he can operate at full-back or stand-off." Williams explained that 10 players in the party would be returning home after the midweek fixture against New South Wales and before the two Tests against the Wallabies.
An accountant can help you check you're paying the right amount and that you're registered in the right bracket for your business.
The Glide Right bracket, distributed by NAA member N-S Enterprises Inc., was designed to eliminate the need to replace damaged bifold closet doors.
Only 20 per cent of them got the right bracket, two to 2.99 per cent.
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Their aim is to finish at least fourth in the six-nation pool in order to progress to the right bracket for the play-offs, where they have to finish in the top six overall to book their Olympic berth.
Their first objective is to finish at least fourth in their pool to take them into the right bracket for the cross-over games.
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The 2 programmable buttons on the controller are present above the left and right brackets. You program them by pressing a button corresponding to the left or right button beneath the controller, and then pressing the button you wish to remap.