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dumb terminal

n.
A terminal that has no internal microprocessor and thus no processing power independent of its host computer.

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Police officials said that during continued drive against anti social and criminal elements teams of different police stations have conducted raids with in the areas of their jurisdiction and arrested twenty eight accused recovering 3270 gram heroin, 974 gram hashish, 410 bottle of liquor, 8 pistol 30 bore, 2 guns 12 bore and 2 Rifles (7 mm, 44 bore) along with number of cartridges and bullets from them.
Anyone with information should call police on 0141 532 3270 or Crimestoppers in confidence on 0800 555 111.
Clerity Solutions, Chicago, a leading provider of mainframe migration, modernization, and optimization solutions, has introduced Clerity Map Editor, an application development tool that provides a graphical user interface (GUI) environment for the design, creation, and maintenance of former mainframe-based 3270 "green screens" on cost-effective open systems.
Anyone with * information should call 0300 333 3000 ext 3270.
Entries should be sent to PO Box 3270, Manama, or e-mailed to info@wahooo.com.bh.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Allen Funeral Home, 3270 Franklin Ave., Millbrook, NY.
Call 0901 609 3270 or text SM3270, then your answer, name, house number, postcode, DOB and e-mail address to 84080.
If any readers would like to help us make a difference to the lives of people like Lisa then please visit our website www.epilepsyfund.org.uk or call 020 7592 3270 to find out more information about our cause and how you can help.
In the late 1970s, IBM introduced the 1403 Braille Printer And, in 1984, the Talking 3270 Terminal was developed by linking the Talking Typewriter's voice synthesizer with a 3270 terminal.
The historical model for branch interconnection has evolved from transaction-based enterprise applications centered around mainframe programs accessed by emulators such as 3270 or 5250 over low-speed Frame Relay networks.