Definitions for "Bucket"
Keywords:  handhold, grasp, algabraic, karen, jug
A large hand hold. Feels as secure as a rung on a ladder.
A big handhold that is easy to hold on to.
Generally referred to in algabraic terms, e.g. x+y?z, and never, ever will. The Bucket is evidence that the smash, despite all evidence to the contrary, really does have a poor grasp of biology. "Listen, Karen, I've got a big bucket at home." Alas, this is the best explanation that can be given.
The 2-4-5-8 for righthanders, 3-5-6-9 for lefthanders.
Keywords:  pail
pail, bucket
a mid-tempo rocker that might not be as spooky as Bob probably wanted to make it, but it's catchy and fun and there's very little vocal exaggeration and stupid posturing of the sort that plagues my brothers in arms, Shakedown Street and Go To Heaven
Keywords:  tokens, headlight, hash, vineyard, lids
Container made of metal or plastic used for transporting grapes from the vineyard to the drying rack.
A set of tokens. A bucket can be used to find a given token's frequency see bucket score in a bucket. In the case of training modes, tokens are added to the bucket. As an example of a bucket we could have a bucket of Symbols as follows: (A F G F E A B F D) The bucket score of A - 2 / 9 = 0.222222 F - 3 / 9 = 0.333333 G - 1 / 9 = 0.111111
the quantity contained in a bucket
Keywords:  cylindrical, scoop, mop, hoisting, tub
A vessel for drawing up water from a well, or for catching, holding, or carrying water, sap, or other liquids.
A vessel (as a tub or scoop) for hoisting and conveying coal, ore, grain, etc.
a roughly cylindrical that is vessel open at the top
Keywords:  bkt, kenning, litres, imperial, pin
A diamond-shaped, four-pin cluster, e.g., the 2-4-5-8 or 1-2-3-5.
when four pins are left in a group, like 1-2-3-5, or 2-4-5-8.
A bucket (bkt.) was an Imperial unit of liquid volume, equivalent to four gallons or 18.18436 litres, i.e. ca. 0.018 m³. It is thus equivalent in size to the dry unit kenning. The unit was one of the less-common ones and has been outlawed for use in trade for a long time.
a plate installed in the length of the drum - it will pick up hides from the solution
A device attached to backhoes, loaders and excavators used to pick up materials.
A container, equipped with a handle, for Holy Water.
The planetary arrangement formed by nine planets occupying approximately one-half of a horoscope with one planet roughly opposing the group that is a focal point of action (bucket handle) for planetary energies.
A pattern of planets where most of them lie in one half of the zodiac, while only one or two planets lie in the other half (the "handle" of the bucket) to balance them out. The planets in the handle represent unique traits that color the overall chart heavily, acting as forces that balance out the inertia of the main group of planets.
One of the receptacles on the rim of a water wheel into which the water rushes, causing the wheel to revolve; also, a float of a paddle wheel.
unusual smoking device made from a bucket filled with water, a bottle with its base removed and a pipe in the top
The curved bottom portion of a spillway. The bucket deflects upward and outward the water flowing down the inclined surface of the spillway.
To make, or cause to make (the recovery), with a certain hurried or unskillful forward swing of the body.
Keywords:  drench, pour, over
To pour over from a bucket; to drench.
Keywords:  vanes, turbine, rotor, one
one of vanes on the rotor of a turbine.
Keywords:  fenders, ragged, car, seat, old
Used by me for an open car without fenders and a one seat style body.
Old, ragged car
A system of rigging where two consecutive oarsmen row the same side.
Keywords:  hander, left, right
For a right-hander, the 2-4-5-8; for a left-hander, the 3-5-6-9.
Keywords:  mercilessly, horse, ride, hard
To ride (a horse) hard or mercilessly.
Keywords:  storage, metadata, memory, counter, sql
Refers to a grouping or mass storage. Computer memory is often said to be a bucket of bits.
the unit of transfer between disc storage and main memory, also known as data page.
a logical storage area or counter that SQL Server uses to hold values that it needs to identify memory pages
Keywords:  nice, target
a nice target
Keywords:  lift, piston, pump, valved, draw
The valved piston of a lifting pump.
To draw or lift in, or as if in, buckets; as, to bucket water.
Keywords:  roomy, shoulder, bag, strap, shaped
roomy bag shaped like a bucket, usually has an open top and shoulder strap.
Keywords:  hoop, goes, successful, shot
a successful shot that goes into the hoop
Keywords:  spare, leaves
The 2-4-5-8 or 3-5-6-9 spare leaves.
a fundraiser to help them finish the building on the inside
In computing, the term bucket can have several meanings. It is used both as a live metaphor, and as a generally accepted technical term in some specialised areas. A bucket is most commonly a type of data buffer or a type of document.
a breeding ground for personal gain and political influence
a categorization of all instances of a specific error associated with a particular version of a driver, application, Windows feature, or other component
Keywords:  odd, photographs, place
an odd place to keep photographs
Keywords:  basket, another, name
another name for basket
Keywords:  repository, table, key, one
a repository for one or more keys in the key table
Keywords:  tiny, pool, different
a tiny pool, but different
Keywords:  week, period, time
A time period, usually a week.
Keywords:  carry
carry in a bucket
One or more fields that accumulate the result of an operation.
Keywords:  samplings, device, set, data
a set of data samplings on a device
a document of no definite size to which information of interest is added with no structure
Keywords:  store, location, record, time, one
A location that can store more than one record at a time.
a bucketfull.
put into a bucket