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1. in. [for a laser beam, a phonograph stylus, a tape head, etc.] to successfully transfer information to or from a recording medium. Something here won’t track. Must be the stylus.
2. in. [for a person] to make sense. (Usually in the negative.) She wasn’t tracking. There was no sense in trying to talk to her before she came out of it.
3. in. to coincide; to agree; to jibe. These two things don’t track. I don’t know what’s wrong.
4. n. a musical selection on a recording of some kind. The next track is my favorite.
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The layout of the tracker is different than previous trackers.
The cloud deal tracker measures the cloud market in terms of trends affecting the market for industries and region on yearly basis for 2014 and 2015.
Advanced Address Capture: VQ Mileage Tracker can capture the address where the user parked even if they parked underground.
SunPower will begin constructing power plant projects using the new T20 Tracker beginning in early 2010.
Tracker is operated by all 52 of the UK's police forces.
Tracker Horizon operates like the Monitor system, but also uses satellite positioning technology in addition to the land-based radio transmissions to provide a better tracking system.
Although TRACKER theft figures paint a worrying picture for motorists as thieves become more sophisticated in the way they override conventional vehicle security systems, subscriptions to TRACKER stolen vehicle recovery systems are also rising dramatically, over the last two years by 36 per cent in the region, showing motorists are reacting to the increased threat and turning to TRACKER for additional protection.
Although Tracker theft figures paint a worrying picture for motorists as thieves become more sophisticated in the way they override conventional vehicle security systems, an increase in subscriptions to Tracker systems of more than 37pc over the past two years shows that motorists are reacting to the increasing threat by seeking additional protection.
with tracker mortgages, tracker savings accounts and tracker investment funds.
Now comes the latest - the Tracker Yoghurt bar and, to celebrate, you could win some superb Tracker prizes.
Jandamarra, who had been a police tracker, evaded the police for many months but was eventually killed by another tracker (Pedersen and Woorunmurra 1995).
He called his little magic box the Quadro Tracker, and it was a small-business success story that should make any hometown boy, high school dropout, and ex-car salesman from Harleyville, South Carolina, proud.
Fast Trackers--In a cash balance plan, a fast tracker, with higher than average salary increases over a career, will receive a lower retirement income, when expressed as a percentage of final pay, than an average employee.
The IDC Tracker Charts app for iPhone and iPad allows users to view data charts from the most recent IDC Tracker products.