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input

(Data), noun capture of information, enumerated facts, facts, figures, information, numbers, raw data, specifics, statistics

input

(Thinking), noun analysis, communication, enlightenment, expression, imparting knowlldge, impartment of wisdom, involvement, provide a prospective, provide expertise, provide information, provide knowledge, sharing thoughts, weigh-in
See also: data
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Now interestingly, if you have an aux-cable plugged into the Echo Input, and have an active Bluetooth speaker paired to the Input as well, the audio is by default routed to the cabled speakers.
The FTA noted that, in certain circumstances, goods or services will be used partly in the course of making supplies that allow for the recovery of Input Tax and partly for making supplies for which VAT is not recoverable.
Teachers feel that governing bodies, especially at the state and federal levels, have had too prominent a voice in important decisions -- and believe that they themselves should have much more input in decision-making.
The switcher console has switch buttons for each SDI (#1-4) and HDMI input (#5-6), as well as two channels (#7 and #8) dedicated to still images (Figure 6).
The net input ratio of commodity c for industry i at reference year t is the share of commodity c not made by industry i.
Agrochemical energy ratio= input energy of agrochemicals (MJ[ha.sup.-1]) /total input energy (MJ[ha.sup.-1]) (5)
It doesn't make any differences if amplitude or frequency of the input signal was changed.
(3) Input AC mains voltage distortion because of the associated peak current;
where EC is the gross economic output and MF is the gross MF input.
This paper attempts to understand the linkages between human capital and input choice in agricultural firms.