lata

listen to the pronunciation of lata
Englisch - Türkisch
(Tıp) Geniş
de lega lata
(Kanun) Yürürlükte olmasına rağmen hoşlanılmayan ve değiştirilmesi istenen hukuk
Türkisch - Türkisch
Osmanlılarda ilmiyenin giydiği bir tür üstlük: "Latasının kollarını geçirerek kapıya doğru yürüdü."- P. Safa
Dar, kalın tahta
Osmanlılarda ilmiyenin giydiği bir tür üstlük
Hocaların giydikleri bir çeşit üstlük
Kalın ve dar tahta
Dar ve kalınca tahta
Eskiden hocaların giydiği üstlük
LATA'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Dudak içinde olan beyazlık
Englisch - Englisch
geographical area comprised on one or more local telephone exchanges and used for administration of telephone services (Telecommunications)
  Acronym for local access and transport area
Geographic areas within which the various RBOCs can provide telephone service, as defined in the AT&T divestiture agreement The territory is often smaller than the area code RBOCs can provide intra-LATA service, but not inter-LATA telecommunications
Local Access Transport Area Geographical area within which telephone calls can be handled without going through a long-distance carrier Telephone calls between different LATA lines must go through long-distance carriers Also provide a method for delineating the areas where BOCs can offer service, and were the means of determining how the assets of Bell were divided between BOCs and AT&T These are not area codes
Local Access and Transport Area - local geographic areas in the US where local phone companies can offer local and long distance telephone services
Local Area and Transport Area
{i} Malay name for a hysteric neurosis characterized by the obsessive imitation of the speech and actions of others (also latah)
Local Access and Transport Area: This was created by the 1984 divestiture and defines the geographic area over which the LEC may provide toll calls The area is often smaller than that covered by a long distance area code Even though ten or twenty LATAs are normally to be found within the territory of a LEC, the LEC may not provide calls that cross LATA boundaries Such inter-LATA traffic is the exclusive domain of the IXC
Local Access and Transport Area A telephone company term that defines a geographical area (Normally, but not always, corresponds to an area code )
(Local Access and Transport Area) A geographic area established for the provision and administration of communication service
Local Access Transport Areas (200 in the U S ) A geographic service area defined in the AT&T Modified Final Judgement The RBOCs (baby Bells) and GTE are restricted to operations within, but not between, LATAs Long distance service within a LATA is provided by the LEC Service between LATAs is provided by an IEC LATAs are represented by a 3-character code, and there are 164 of them across the country
Local access transport area Regional TELCO Service, Interlata: See IXC
Local Access and Transport Area Geographic areas created during the 1984 AT&T divestiture of the Bell operating companies Designate local telephone service coverage areas
Local Access and Transport Area One of 161 local geographical areas in the U S within which a local telephone company may offer telecommunications services
Local Access Transport Area
abbr Local Access and Transport Area
Geographic boundaries of the local telephone network, specified by the FCC, in which a single LEC may perform its operations Communications outside or between LATAs are provided by IXCs
In the telecommunications industry, the US is divided into LATA's (local access and transport area) which are covered by one or more local telephone companies The local telephone companies are also referred to as local exchange carriers A LATA may have one or more area codes
A convulsive tic or hysteric neurosis prevalent among Malays, similar to or identical with miryachit and jumping disease, the person affected performing various involuntary actions and making rapid inarticulate ejaculations in imitation of the actions and words of another person
stands for Local Access Transport Area These are local telephone service areas created by the divestiture of the regional Bell operating companies (BOCs) formerly associated with AT&T
Local Access and Transport Area is a term in the U S for a geographic area covered by one or more local telephone companies, which are legally referred to as local exchange carriers (LECs) A connection between two local exchanges within the LATA is referred to as intraLATA A connection between a carrier in one LATA to a carrier in another LATA is referred to as interLATA InterLATA is long-distance service The current rules for permitting a company to provide intraLATA or interLATA service (or both) are based on the Telecommunications Act of 1996
Local Access and Transport Area A telephone dialing area serviced by a single local telephone company Calls within LATAs are called local calls *
(Local Access and Transport Area): A geographic territory used primarily by local telephone companies to determine charges for intrastate calls As a result of the Bell divestiture, switched calls that both begin and end at points within the LATA (intraLATA) are generally the sole responsibility of the local telephone company, while calls that cross outside the LATA (interLATA) are passed on to an Inter eXchange Carrier (IXC)
(local access and transport area) A geographical area served by a single local telephone company
Local Access and Transport Area
Telephone dialing area serviced by a single local telephone company Calls within LATAs are called local calls
culpa lata
gross negligence, severe carelessness or neglect (Latin)
Türkisch - Englisch
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