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TURNKEY. A person under the superintendence of a jailor, whose employment is to open and fasten the prison doors and to prevent the prisoners from escaping.
     2. It is his duty to use due diligence, and he may be punished for gross neglect or willful misconduct in permitting prisoners to escape.

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The growth in turn-key projects, such as power plants and other buildings, in addition to the sales of electric meters, helped compensate for the contraction of business in other areas.
The performance guarantee on the Turn-Key Wellness Program also requires the client to make commitments that will help to ensure the success of the program.
Approximately 29,600 square feet of Turn-Key Datacenter space in Northern Virginia;
This includes approximately 332,000 square feet of Turn-Key Datacenter space leased at an average annual GAAP rental rate of $158.
The turn-key concept is an asset for real estate and facilities managers who no longer have to solve the problem of creating a new environment," says Lewis.
ICEworks turn-key solution is specifically designed to satisfy this market need at a very affordable price point.
By establishing partnerships throughout the process chain, B2X will aggregate a simplified, turn-key solution that optimizes the economics of the import/export process, including customer acquisition, shipping, insurance, inspection and payment.
Most of our projects in 1994, which was our busiest year on record, were turn-key tenant installations driven by budget-conscious landlords and tenants who want good value rather than just a cheap deal.
As for the practice, in the last 12 months, we have been involved in turn-key work for 31 tenants in nine buildings, for close to 120,000 square feet of space.
CMWare's myMobileMedia[TM] service is the first complete, turn-key PC place-shifting solution that works over any mobile network to reliably stream digital media from subscribers' PCs to their mobile devices in any format, including music files such as MP3, M4A, M4P and WMA, as well as pictures and DRM-protected content.
which is driving the adoption of voice biometric authentication for secure and trusted remote communication, in conjunction with Harborlight Technologies, is offering banks and financial services institutions a turn-key, multi-factor solution to insure compliance with the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC)* Guidance on Authentication in an Internet Banking Environment released in August 2006.
The partnership will provide turn-key customized solutions for digitally capturing, storing, protecting, managing and retrieving mission-critical enterprise data.