- n.a listing of all the key combinations used within a system. The combinations are usually arranged in order of the blind code, direct code, and/or key symbol.
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progression list — n. a bitting list of change keys and master keys arranged in sequence of progression … Locksmith dictionary
key records — n. pl. records which typically include some or all of the following: bitting list, key bitting array, key system schematic, end user, number of keys/cylinders issued, names of persons to whom keys were issued, hardware/keying schedule … Locksmith dictionary
randomized order — n. 1. an arrangement of cut depths in a KBA without numerical order 2. an arrangement or list, such as a bitting list, in which the information is sorted in no easily discernible pattern … Locksmith dictionary
derived series — n. a series of blind codes and bittings which are directly related to those of another bitting list … Locksmith dictionary
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