access card


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access card

n.
A plastic card with a chip or magnetic strip containing encoded data that is read by passing the card through or over an electronic device, used to provide access to restricted or secure areas or systems.
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Nakheel has responded to the outrage, telling Dubai radio broadcaster ARN that owners and residents had been informed of the need to apply for access cards more than a year ago, with several follow up notices posted over the past few months.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- It has emerged that the Turkish Parliament has revoked the parliamentary access cards of six correspondents and issued warning letters to 54 parliamentary correspondents since 2010.
The new access card system at International City has been implemented to enhance safety and security of the community, and has been welcomed by people living there.
According to the circular, residents will have to settle their outstanding service dues before applying for their access card.
We are excited about the opportunity to represent EZ Access Card.
But upon comparing the access card with the defendant's driving licence, a disparity in names and photographs came to light.
Access cards, key fobs and fingerprint scanning sound like items from the latest spy novel.
The federal government wants to sign up to 35,000 people a week to the Access Card from next April, and intends that all Australians needing it will have one by June 2010.
While the composition and scope of a building's security system will vary by building size, the number of tenants, and system components, an average system for a 50-story office building, for example, might include 80 video cameras, from 12 to 30 access controlled doors, optical and/or barrier turnstiles in the lobby, and tenant/employee access cards.
But now the use of the Common Access Card will make life easier for everyone, while reducing the pocketful of badges and passwords we all have to carry.
Physicians using the PCD solution eliminate coding, billing and collection costs for their Access Card patients and can invest more time in providing high-quality care.
The third clause of the 14th article holds that the parliamentary access cards of reporters who damage the reputability and security of Parliament shall be cancelled by administrative decision.