Origin of tabulator
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Each of those ballots must be fed into the tabulator one at a time.Chaos Reigns at Florida Polls on Election Day
November 6, 2012
Rapidly he set up the equations, pressed the tabulator lever.Empire
Clifford Donald Simak
The tabulator in either form does not interfere with the use of the machine for other work, such as correspondence, etc.
The invention of the tabulator has enormously increased the scope of the machine in this direction.
We have, secondly, tabulated the real cause of distress, as gathered by the tabulator from the whole record.
"They sent 'Tabulator' Burke up for ballot frauds," said a voter who stood up in a far corner.The Landloper
- a device for setting the automatic stops that locate the column margins on a typewriter
- computing a machine that reads data from one medium, such as punched cards, producing lists, tabulations, or totals, usually on a continuous sheet of paper
- any machine that tabulates data
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