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turnkey

[turn′kē]
a term referring to a computer system or installation that is complete on delivery and ready to operate without modification.

turnkey

adjective Referring to a system–eg, information system or device–eg, PET-CT for which the time and effort required for it to become fully operational is minimal after installation and setup
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The doctor and the debtor ran down-stairs, leaving the turnkey to return to the lock, and made for the debtor's room.
Why, I'm getting proud of you,' said his friend the turnkey, one day.
When he appeared again he was greyer (he had soon begun to turn grey); and the turnkey noticed that his hands went often to his trembling lips again, as they had used to do when he first came in.
You and me,' said the turnkey, one snowy winter's night when the lodge, with a bright fire in it, was pretty full of company, 'is the oldest inhabitants.
The turnkey went off the lock of this world next day.
Although a turnkey provider might offer research and consultation on specific portfolios, "I want to be the person making the final investment decisions with the client," she says.
She contracted with Buckingham Asset Management, a so-called turnkey asset management program that allows CPAs to outsource the operations side of their investment services as well as to receive investment research and management.
The turnkey asset management program, run by CPAs, supplies start-up, operations and compliance support as well as marketing tools and regular client reports.
Global exclusively helps tax and accounting professionals build their own commission-and fee-based financial services businesses with a turnkey system that provides securities brokerage, fee-based management, insurance services and financial and estate planning services.
Acxiom(R) Direct and Turnkey Sports & Entertainment today announced they are joining forces to better serve sports and entertainment marketers who want new fans and more loyal fans.
Comcast-Spectacor has used Acxiom Direct and Turnkey independently for several years," noted Peter Luukko, President of the sports and entertainment leader that owns and operates the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers, the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers, and numerous arenas and other professional sports operations.
Seamlessly we can build customer profiles, then identify those profiles in the marketplace - the actual new leads - and then manage the direct marketing and sales process," said Len Perna, President of Turnkey Sports and Entertainment.