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A clock face or instrument resembling a clock face.
[L. dies, day]
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(dī′ăl) [L. dialis, daily, fr. dies, day]
A graduated circular face, similar to a clock face, on which some measurement is indicated by a pointer that moves as the entity being measured (pressure, temperature, or heat) changes.

astigmatic dial

A circular dial with black lines of uniform width drawn as if they were connecting opposing numbers on the face of a clock. It is used in testing for astigmatism.
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Users' mobile dialler accounts are topped up when the dealer receives the payment.
This gives us peace of mind that whether we set up a local access point in Paris or Kuala Lumpur, the Sytel dialler will work out-of-the-box with the surrounding infrastructure.”
Communication between registered users is free and the Call-to-PBX dialler can use contacts from the iPhone.
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By using Script-Aware Predictive Dialler with Synthesys.NET agents can be managed from any location, Noetica says.
UK telecomms group BT has announced that it has begun trialling two new initiatives that aim to tackle the problem of Internet diallers.
"There may be occasions when a dialler is downloaded even though the computer user intended to reject it," says Mr Wright.
Contact centre services and solutions company Sabio is to deploy a predictive dialler in Cardiff, UK, for Conduit, an Irish-based provider of directory assistance services.
According to Noetica, a 20-seat implementation of Noetica Synthesys and its Script-Aware Predictive Dialler has been completed at the call centre in Oberhausen, Germany.