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DOT. This French word is adopted in Louisiana. It signifies the fortune, portion, or dowry, which a woman brings to her husband by the marriage. 6 N. S. 460. See Dote; Dowry.

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Dot matrix printers are ideally suited for offices and companies which have huge printing requirements, especially logistics firms and industrial manufacturing units, making the launch of the LQ-2190 extremely significant in the Middle East market, which is a base for a large number of logistics companies.
"For environments where a dot matrix printing solution is the obvious choice -- warehouses, wholesalers, banks, post offices and public sector organisations -- the new user friendly Epson LQ-690 adds speed and reliability," said Khalil El-Dalu, general manager, Epson Middle East.
It times the firing of the solenoids to produce the dot matrix characters.
It features two independent programmable switch points, one analog output, a four-character LED dot matrix display with adjustable brightness, and software that displays system pressure and process and functional errors.
"Our original 12 dot matrix printers have been expanded to a total of 31 dot matrix, thermal, and continuous feed laser printers," says Gary Richmond, data center manager.
Dot matrix laser coders offer the highest level of laser automation and flexibility.
* Four major languages: English, German, Spanish, and French * A total of more than 40,000 words * 400 important phrases per language * Integrated calculator * 14 character dot matrix display * Automatic shut-off * Unit Dimensions: 4 1/8" x 2 1/2"
Other features include AM/FM digital tuning, dual cone speakers, bass-enhanced sound, a fluorescent dot matrix display and seven-level spectrum analyzer.
Generally, each slide of a presentation was generated by a desktop computer in black and white using a dot matrix or laser printer.
Additional factors such as waste, alignment problems when trying to run them through a dot matrix printer and compliance issues all contributed to the hidden costs of preprinted forms.
Healy is not worried that the dot matrix printer may become obsolete, for two good reasons.