electronic number

e·lec·tron·ic num·ber

the number of electrons in the outermost orbit (valence shell) of an element.
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"If vehicles were fitted with electronic number plates, as has been proposed before, the cases might decrease.
But then you have Sooraj Dooba Hai, an electronic number, where I liked the arrangement, the composition.
Street names and electronic number plates for buildings with QR codes being mounted, to help residents to share their addresses electronically.
I CAN assure Fred Copley (Letters, February 2) that West Midlands Police does check for uninsured drivers with electronic number plate recognition.
New technologies that support this channel include electronic number dispensing systems and queue management systems.
(1985), under this scheme, 2500 selected vehicles were fitted with electronic number plates (ENP) for the test.
I'm really happy with how it went, but I'm looking forward to doing more of these performances to get that sense of comfort." Sultan's performance consisted of an electronic number, with which he opened, followed by four sketches which synthesised the oud with electronic beats and textures, and all inspired by the music of Iraq, which, Sultan says, "I've studied in depth and have a strong affinity for." The experiment, judging by the audience's response, was a success.
Some of the features of the new pharmacy include five consultancy counters serving more than one patient at the same time and providing private medication counselling to patients; comfortable patient waiting areas with separate seating for males and females; and electronic number system for prescriptions.
The lively electronic number, accompanied by a seizure-inducing red-and-blue lightshow, prompted even the most stationary audience members to bounce among the ecstatically pogo-ing horde.
"So before then we are likely to have electronic number plate readers leading to drivers getting bills in the post, those who drive off peak getting lower bills in a bid to keep the highways flowing."
Telcordia is in talks with the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) for introducing for the first time in the country the ENUM (Electronic Number Mapping) service, a new technology in which a mobile or fixed phone subscriber could use his phone number as a universal personal identifier for availing himself of a variety of Internet services
Electronic number boards displaying this information fitted in well with his drive to provide more reliable information for punters.
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