access point


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  1. a code, term, or the like through which an entry in a bibliographic record may be found.

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There are several public access points on the island that do have limited parking nearby, so get there early.

You can then use voice control and add the camera to the list of devices controlled through a single access point for easier digital monitoring.

The bridge is an important access point to the Deanwood Metro station from the northeast side of Kenilworth Avenue.

Instead of Wi-Fi, SmartThings is the access point for a Zigbee and Z-Wave network, two ultra low-power mesh networks used by smart home devices.

NBCU claims advertisers can reach 200 million potential customers across access points.

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The cult of corporatism allows us to reimagine the corporation as our ultimate access point to the infinitude of possibility.

I think that ringing doorbells and talking people into letting me nail an access point to their walls sounds like a lot of fun.

Kurt insisted on putting up that access point, while Alan and Lyman steadied the ladder.

It took less than an hour to convince her boss to let them put up their access point.





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