Definitions for "Argyle "
Keywords:  sock, sweaters, tartan, knit, clan
A diamond-shaped plaid pattern for knitted fabrics that is often used on socks and sweaters. Argyle is named after the tartan of a clan in the county of Argyll in western Scotland.
a knit fabric with varicolored diamonds on a solid background color. Very popular pattern in socks and sweaters.
Knitted design of solid diamond blocks contrasted in a pattern, often used for socks and jumpers. The pattern Traditionally originates from the town of Argyle in Scotland. examples
Keywords:  gravy, duke, detachable, warm, hot
A late 18thC gravy container, also spelt argyll, usually of silver or sheffield plate and said to have been designed by the Duke of Argyll. Gravy in an inner vessel is kept warm by hot water in an outer cavity.
a covered gravy holder of silver or other metal containing a detachable central vessel for hot water to keep the gravy warm
A gravy server consisting of an interior well for holding gravy and a hollow outer casing for holding hot water to keep the gravy warmed. The handles are often side mounted and the spout is generally low on the body. Its design was inspired by John Campbell, the fifth Duke of Argyll in the late 18th century.
Argyle is a Swing/SWT rich client for interfacing to numerous server-side applications. It uses the Eclipse Visual Editor plugin for designing the GUI and runs on DualRpcServer and BeanShell.
Argyle is an 'L' station on the CTA's Red Line. It is an elevated station with a single island platform located at 1118 West Argyle Street (directional coordinates 5000 north, 1200 west) in the New Chinatown neighborhood within Chicago's Uptown community area.
Argyle is a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elects one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly.