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Synonyms for gate

Synonyms for gate

the amount of money collected as admission, especially to a sporting event

Synonyms for gate

a computer circuit with several inputs but only one output that can be activated by particular combinations of inputs

total admission receipts at a sports event

passageway (as in an air terminal) where passengers can embark or disembark

supply with a gate

control with a valve or other device that functions like a gate

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restrict (school boys') movement to the dormitory or campus as a means of punishment

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Low blames gated communities for exacerbating these segregationist or even racist tendencies and spends a good deal of space promoting the idea that gates and guards are "symbols of exclusion," even though she doesn't believe that they are all that effective at keeping unwanted people out.
We have a lot of gated communities, but they don't want to give us a key,'' said Sgt.
Unquestionably, the primary driving force behind the recent growth in gated communities is the fear of crime.
The 350-home Woodlands is one of Santa Clarita's biggest gated communities.
We've done sequentially gated parts that fit in the palm of your hand," says Osco's Rebholz.
CoolPower now has the ability to transform a non-power gated design into a power gated one with a new technology, "Power Gating Transformation (PGT)," to automatically and effectively reduce leakage current.
This new version of the industry leading GateD routing code, addresses two of today's top challenges in the information technology (IT) and networking industry: manageability and reliability.
This intelligent placement of clock-gating cells automatically controls the relative placement of the clock gating elements with respect to the gated registers (flip flops) in order to minimize clock skew and achieve better timing.
reports use of its C-Mold software in a number of sequentially gated jobs; C-Mold, in fact, was used for an after-the-fact analysis of the Nascote bumper.
My basic feeling is that most often on molds with high numbers of cavities for small parts, a simpler manifold system with probes or drops feeding into a sub-runner to a cluster of parts will out-produce the faster direct gated mold.