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  • v. Present participle of keypunch.


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  • The reason for the simplification was to test if a faster method, requiring significantly less bookkeeping and keypunching, could not provide nearly as good results as calculating the fraction of observers at each of the 24 hours of the day.

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  • The realistic problems for System Services personnel were enormous: programming the computer to meet our needs and, worst of all, keypunching into the computer over 300,000 names on their individual punch cards.

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  • - Enhanced Data integrity (elimination of manual keypunching and interpretation of handwritten entries),

  • Robots already do ALL the keypunching at alterflake and the robotic followers eat up all the bullshit they spew. Main RSS Feed

  • Bureaucracies expanded, assigning lower echelons the task of preparing forms for keypunching holes on cards that fed the machine.

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  • From business standards bookkeeping and best-in-class financial dashboards to on-demand internet-based accounting portals and access to highly qualified CPA resources and experienced controllers, ProAccounting will manage the entire accounting process or just the burdensome keypunching and administrative tasks, as needed.

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  • It quoted a McKinsey consultant in New Delhi saying, "There is no reason some guy in the US should be sitting in a warehouse keypunching data for $25 an hour when you can pay someone here to do it for much less."

  • Rapid keypunching ensues, and once again, it’s difficult to make two people at two keyboards seem exciting.

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  • He thought about the hour upon hour of keypunching, the struggle to keep up with Carney’s smoothly spoken commands.

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