Definitions for "Chime"
Keywords:  harmony, bell, tune, chymme, chymbals
The harmonious sound of bells, or of musical instruments.
A set of bells musically tuned to each other; specif., in the pl., the music performed on such a set of bells by hand, or produced by mechanism to accompany the striking of the hours or their divisions.
Pleasing correspondence of proportion, relation, or sound.
Keywords:  lid, paint, lip, fastened, rim
The lip around the opening of a paint can into which the lid is placed.
The chime is the area of the lip or rim of a paint can to which the lid seals.
Paint can lip which holds the can lid fastened.
Keywords:  drum, barrel, pail, chamfer, stave
To join in a conversation; to express assent; -- followed by in or in with.
The top or bottom edge of the drum formed when the body and head of the drum are joined.
The expanded edge or rim of a barrel, pail, or drum
Keywords:  reused, vector, chained, loop, begins
(n.) Chained vector time, approximately equal to the vector length in a DO-loop. The number of chimes required for a loop dominates the time required for execution. A new chime begins each time a resource such as a functional unit, vector register or memory path, must be reused.
Chained vector time. A chime begins each time a resource gets reused in a Do loop.
Keywords:  duo, sounder, pir, stairs, notify
This zone control is mainly used on shop doors. It is used to indicate when the door is opened. It does this by emitting a duo-tone, which can be done by either the panel or internal sounder. Chime can be used on any zone, with most control panels. Other uses may include the chime being used in conjunction with a PIR at the top of the stairs, to notify when small children are at risk from falling.
Chemscape ChimeTM. A free and very popular plugin that allows molecular models to be viewed and manipulated in within a browser window. See MDLI's Chime support page for details.
Keywords:  chine, see
See Chine, n., 3.
A single-stroke or vibrating-type audible signal appliance that has a xylophone-type striking bar.
a percussion instrument consisting of vertical metal tubes of different lengths that are struck with a hammer
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