Capture definition

Capture. , with respect to an image, means to videotape, photograph, film or record by any means;
Capture means the process of buffering EDR data in a temporary, volatile storage where it is continuously updated at regular time intervals.
Capture as used in the table above, means your Company collects the relative information at some point during the application or underwriting process, regardless of whether such information is used by your Company or whether or not it has been entered into your Company’s computer system(s).

Examples of Capture in a sentence

Eight months after the visit of Langmuir and Hewlett to Columbia and this exchange of letters, Barnes submitted a paper on the Davis-Barnes effect and it was published as "The Capture of Electrons by Alpha-Particles," Phys.

Configuration 1: The PWM in the corresponding PWM mode and resolution is configured with Software Only Enable mode, Continuous Run Mode, Trigger mode set to None, Kill mode and Capture mode disabled with no dead band and Interrupt on TC.

Mr Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma is ordered to pay the costs of the Secretary of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture, Corruption and Fraud in the Public Sector including Organs of State, including the costs of two counsel, on an attorney and client scale.

The PWM is configured for the corresponding resolution and One Output PWM mode with Software Only Enable mode, Trigger mode set to None, Kill mode and Capture mode disabled with Interrupt on TC.

Deputy Registrar (FisheriesCo-operatives)By promotion A Bachelors Degree in Fisheries Science orMasters Degree in Fisheries Science/ Industrial Fisheries/ Mariculture/ Marine Biology / Coastal Aquaculture/ Aquatic Biology and Fisheries/ Aquaculture/ Aquaculture and Fishery Microbiology/ Capture and Culture Fisheries/ Aquaculture and Fishery Biology/ Applied Fisheries and Aquaculture/ Fish Processing Technology and Aquaculture/ Aquaculture Engineering/ Zoology from a recognised University.


More Definitions of Capture

Capture with respect to an image, means to videotape, photograph, film, record by any means or broadcast.
Capture means to collect, treat (if necessary), process (if necessary), transport, store (if necessary), market and sell Gas that is available from any well or any bore or vent hole.
Capture means the containment or recovery of emissions from an emission unit for direction into a duct which may be exhausted through a stack or vent to a control device. The overall abatement of emissions from an emission unit with an add-on control device is a function both of the capture efficiency and of the control device efficiency.
Capture means, in relation to Card Acquiring Services, our transmission of a payment instruction in relation to a Transaction to a Card Scheme for onward transmission to a Card Issuer to enable the earmarking of funds by a Card Issuer in a Cardholder’s account for Settlement;
Capture means to collect, use, produce, treat (if necessary), process (if necessary), transport, store (if necessary), market, and sell Gas that is available from any Well.
Capture means the process of scanning an Item and formatting and storing the electronic representation of the Data from such Item, and the Image of such Item. “Data” means the information scanned from each Item to be deposited including without limitation the routing transit number, the account number, the check number and the amount of each Item.
Capture means the process of formatting and storing the scanned Data and Images of Items.