Definitions for "CORE"
The heart or inner part of a thing, as of a column, wall, rope, of a boil, etc.; especially, the central part of fruit, containing the kernels or seeds; as, the core of an apple or quince.
The center or inner part, as of an open space; as, the core of a square.
The bony process which forms the central axis of the horns in many animals.
The portion of a mold which shapes the interior of a cylinder, tube, or other hollow casting, or which makes a hole in or through a casting; a part of the mold, made separate from and inserted in it, for shaping some part of the casting, the form of which is not determined by that of the pattern.
a sample of earth or rock extracted from underground by a drilling device in such a manner that the layers of rock are preserved in the same order as they exist underground; as, to drill a core; to extract a core. The sample is typically removed with a rotating drill bit having a hollow center, and is thus shaped like a cylinder.
To extract a cylindrical sample from, with a boring device. See core{8}.
The central part of an optical fiber, through which the light primarily travels. To trap light, the core must have a higher index of refraction than the next layer out (called the cladding). In a step-index fiber, the core has a single index of refraction. The top image to the right is a schematic of the core and cladding in a fiber. The photo below shows an actual optical fiber next to a sewing needle; the core is the material in the center measuring 62 m wide. See this page of this module to learn more about the makeup of optical fibers.
To remove the core or center of various fruits, such as apples, pears and pineapple, and vegetables, such as lettuce and cabbage. Coring eliminates small seeds or tough and woody centers.
The center of the Sun where the synthesis of helium takes place through the process of fusion
Keywords:  cardboard, wound, reel, shaft, diameter
A core is the magnetic frame (usually metallic) upon which turns of copper wire are wound to form a magnetic read or write head. A core is "C" shaped, and the opening in the "C", across which the magnetic lines of flux jump, is usually in the range of 12.7-51 um (0.0005-0.002").
Shaft in center of a roll around which the web of paper is wound. Resides inside diameter of roll. Cores can be either metal or cardboard, returnable or disposable. They also come in many different inside diameters and wall thickness.
Refers to the inside diameter of the (cardboard) core in a roll of labels.
A paper tube used as a base for forming a roll of film. (PVC cores used for clean room applications).
A low density material used for sandwiched composite. Examples of core materials are urethane foam, PVC foam and various honeycomb materials.
A low density material used between two FRP skins. Examples of core materials are end-grain balsa wood, urethane foam, PVC foam and various honeycomb materials.
A used cartridge, returned to a manufacturer, and used to create a remanufactured cartridge, is known as a core.
a valuable and reusable part or subassembly that can be remanufactured and sold as a replacement part; often found in the automotive industry.
Cores are items that are refurbished or remanufactured. Specific requirements relate to the shipments, receipt, costing, and tracking of the core. Remanufacturing industries include engine overhaul and repair, ink/toner cartridge recharging, refurbishment of cylinders and rolls, and more.
formed: the process of forming glass or bronze objects around an interior core, usually made of clay, sand, and/or dung
The substrate to which a veneer face or sheet is applied. May be particle board, medium density fiberboard, hardboard, plywood, or any number of less traditional materials.
The interior of a candle. Also can refer to the inside material of candle wick. They include cotton, zinc, paper, and sometimes lead, which should be avoided due to lead being toxic.
Keywords:  cmtm, addons, zip, joomla, mamboforge
The Joomla core is the zip-file containing the official standard Joomla installation, which can be found on http://developer.joomla.org and various other sites. It contains some built-in CMTM's, but can be extended with 3rd party developer's addons. The core Joomla software is available for download on http://developer.joomla.org.
The Mambo core is the zip-file containing the official standard Mambo installation, which can be found on Mamboforge.net and various other sites. It contains some built-in CMTM's, but can be extended with 3rd party developer's addons. The core Mambo software is available for download on www.Mamboforge.net.
Zip-file containing the official standard Joomla! installation. This may be downloaded from http://developer.joomla.org and various other web sites. The Joomla! Core contains some built-in CMTs, but can be extended with third-party developer add-ons.
Council of Registrars http://www.corenic.org
An attempt to reform the management of gTLDs. Later superseded by ICANN.
Council of Registrars http://www.gtld-mou.org
study the compulsory study undertaken by all students in Stage 6, by which Higher School Certificate performance scales are measured. In the case of Ancient History, Part 1, Personalities in their Times, has been designated as the Core Study.
Meaning the central curriculum of a program, it is the compulsory course content - to which in addition participants will usually also have a choice from amongst certain electives (see also Electives) or options
A common body of courses, usually compulsory within a program of study.
Core memory. Semiconductor memory wasn't quite available yet, so each bit of memory was implemented by a small donut-shaped piece of ferro-magnetic material strung on wires. The DEC-10 initially had 128K 36 bit words of core, which occupied 4 refrigerator-size boxes.
memory device consisting of small metal rings. Magnets tip a ring to left or right, which represents on and off. Relatively slow
The old term for main memory, which was composed of doughnut-shaped magnets called cores.
The core is the skeleton of a board or ski, usually consisting of vertically laminated strips of wood, glued together and profiled into shape. In certain cases strips of wood are replaced with composite materials to save weight, whilst adding strength.
The copper foil laminated fiberglass panel that printed circuit boards are built upon. Also known as substrate panel or interlayer.
A supporting plane that is internal to a packaging and interconnecting structure. Multilayer circuit boards may contain unclad laminate cores, or special-purpose cores made of metal (aluminium, copper) to enhance heat dissipation or for other purposes.
Congress of Racial Equality. Civil rights organization started in 1944 and best known for its “freedom rides,” bus journeys challenging racial segregation in the South in 1961.
Congress of Racial Equality. a mainstream civil rights organization founded in 1942.
Congress of Racial Equality. civil rights organization founded in 1942 and committed to using nonviolent techniques such as sit-ins to end segregation
Dominant structural position in the world system; consists of the strongest and most powerful states with advanced systems of production
The identity which represents the original, whole person conceived in the womb; carries the strongest sense of “self”; used synonymously with the preferred term “Original Self” (formerly called the “Original Person”); sometimes used to refer to the identity who, among all those currently participating in life, is most directly related to the “Original Self.
The trunk of your body and the base upon which your limbs are attached. The part of your body most involved with placing you in the strongest position for lifting weights.
The most important part of a thing; the essence; as, the core of a subject; -- also used attributively, as the core curriculum at a college.
Calvin's Core Curriculum (General Education) NH North Hall
Content Operative Retrieval Engine. The CORE software is the essence of SilverPlatter's information search and retrieval technology. It is implemented using object-oriented techniques in the C programming language.
Keywords:  capsule, precursor, rna, broken, hiv
The protein capsule surrounding a virus DNA or RNA. In HIV, the precursor for the core protein (called p55) is broken down into the smaller molecules p24, p17, p7, and p6. HIVs core is primarily composed of p24.
The protein capsule surrounding a virus DNA or RNA. In HIV, p55, the precursor molecule to the core, is broken down into the smaller protein molecules p24, p17, p7, and p6. HIV's core is primarily composed of p24.
A hollow space within a concrete masonry unit formed by the face shells and webs. The holes in clay units. Also called a cell.
A hollow core is a circular void in a precast floor unit.
Solid core of wood blocks or strips
Used to label any content that isn't specific to any one campaign.
Core was the first album released by Stone Temple Pilots on September 29 1992, by Atlantic Records.
Core is an album by metal band Persefone. The album was released on 23 August 2006 by label Soundholic.
An Isometrical MMORPG engine that uses GLUT/OpenGL technologies for the graphical engine, and OpenAL for sound reality. Designed specifically for developers to make the best games possible.
Noobico's finest work yet - Core 3D Game Engine. Features an extremely powerful console ...
Keywords:  knife, apple, gadget, pear, popularly
coring is popularly used in regards to apples. There are two ways to core an apple – either with a coring tool, or simply to make 4 cuts with a sharp knife in the formation of a square around the core.
To remove the heart of an apple or pear. A special gadget called a corer can do this without the fruit being cut. If a corer is not available, the fruit is usually cut into fours and then cored with the help of a knife.
The original rock, slab, cobble from which portions were removed by force (percussion of pressure), resulting in an artifact, which may be retouched or otherwise modified.
the internal portion of a viral particle.
The internal portion of foam, free of any skin.
Keywords:  laid, wsc, iwrc, helically, strand
The core material, either metallic or non-metallic, around which the strands of the rope are helically laid. Cores are made of fiber (FC), a wire strand (WSC), or an independent wire rope (IWRC).
The axial member of a wire rope about which the strands are laid.
To form by means of a core, as a hole in a casting.
The part of a mold used in the casting process that forms the internal shapes of a casting.
The part of a mold that allows the internal shaping of a product such as the internal threads of a cap.
Keywords:  chorus
chorus.
This and the term kernel are often intermixed. The distinction as I saw it on c.l.t. is to call the bare interpreter together with its builtin commands the kernel; and kernel + a standard library (see Official library of extensions) the core.
California Opportunities for Reference Excellence. AN LSTA project (1987-1989) of the California State Library and the San Joaquin Valley Library System to improve reference services given in California public libraries.
The "core" refers, in it's most general of definitions, to the body minus the legs and arms http://outside.away.com/outside/bodywork/200405/fitness_training_workouts_3.html Paul Chek as quoted in Outside magazine, May 2004.. Functional movements are highly dependent on the core, and lack of core development can result in a preponderance to injury. The major muscles of the core reside in the area of the belly and the mid and lower back (not the shoulders), and peripherally include the hips, the shoulders and the neck.
More or less the universal term for an enemy's main weak spot, usually that of a boss, within a shmup. Stereotypically looks like some kind of orb, but there are endless variations on this.
Keywords:  nia, thirteen, spine, obliques, eighth
The eighth of Nia's Thirteen Principles, which directs you to integrate your pelvis, chest, head and spine with all of your movements.
Abdominals, lower back, obliques, hips and spine.
a group of muscles, often ignored by runners, important to elevated performance in Track & Field/Cross Country. Core strength includes major upper body muscles (biceps, triceps and pectoral muscles, etc.) as well as the abdominal muscles.
The part of a building used for public restrooms, public corridors, elevator lobbies, janitor closets and other multi-tenant purposes. Core space does not include areas that cut through the floor slab and affect more than one floor, such as stairs, elevator shafts and pipes.
Keywords:  shen, jing, deepest, layer, veneers
Any of the layers of an engineered floor between the face or wear layer, and the back is called the core.
The deepest layer of tissue and function of the organism, expressed by the interaction and integration of the Heart (Shen) and Kidney (Jing).
The inner portion of an engineered board. All layers between the face and back.
Keywords:  uae, gpf, prejudice, linux, delete
Linux coredump file. These things turn up all over your hard disk, and some of them are not small. Delete with extreme prejudice. Win32 analog: UAE / GPF
Mix growth and value strategies. Lipper classifications are large-company core (LC), midcap core (MC), small-cap core (SC) and multicap core (XC).
Consortium for Oceanographic Research and Education
Collaborative Research database - A database of research joint ventures listed in the Federal Register, maintained by Dr. Albert Link of the University of North Carolina, with a grant from the National Science Foundation.
A project from 1991 to 1995 by Bellcore, Cornell University, OCLC, and the American Chemical Society to convert chemistry journals to digital form.
n. a complete unit, often with a "figure eight" shape, which usually consists of the plug, shell, tumblers, springs, plug retainer and spring cover(s). It is primarily used in removable and interchangeable core cylinders and looks.
This is the old unit being removed from the vehicle.
A removable cylinder and plug, used in a interchangeable core system.
A set of standard descriptive metadata elements used with web resources to aid in resource discovery. The elements are intended as a starting point for resource description. All elements are optional, and are intended to be extensible to richer descriptive elements when needed. The 15 elements are: title, author/creator, subject/keywords, description, publisher, other contributor, date, resource type, format, resource identifier, source, language, relation, coverage and rights management.
In mathematics, the core of a subgroup H of a group G with respect to a subset S of elements of G is defined to be the intersection of the subgroups conjugate to H under every element of the set S, i.e.
Keywords:  sheild, sheath, armor, jacket, cable
The Wireless Edition component that manages the Wireless Edition repository and service requests.
Any portion of a cable over which some other cable component such as a sheild, jacket, sheath or armor, is applied.
In cables, a component or assembly of components over which additional components (shield, sheath, etc.) are applied.
Cumbrians Opposed to a Radioactive Environment.
The energy source for the system of Mainframe; resides within the Principal Office; contains radioactivity. RB: 1
Keywords:  knapped, struck, merely, stone, tools
A core is a lump of stone from which other pieces of stone are struck off to make tools.
A piece of stone that is worked ("knapped"). Cores sometimes serve merely as sources for raw materials; they can also serve as functional tools.
The term used for a camshaft that is used on an exchange basis. A core is required if a regrind camshaft is supplied.
Keywords:  edming, slug, electrode, flush, hole
The slug that remains after EDMing with an electrode that has a flush hole in it.
Sometimes referred to as “crossband.
Cadre of Response/Recovery Employees appointed under the authority of the Stafford Act.
A complete IP deliverable, including block, and related software and testbenches.
in some forms of masonry construction the walls are built with carefully set facing units on the two faces, and the space between these is filled with a rubble concrete which is known as the core.
Keywords:  cerebrum, api, see
Cerebrum core API (see cerebrum_core)
Keywords:  homer, hebrew, dry, measure
A Hebrew dry measure; a cor or homer.
Keywords:  dung, molten, roman, competencies, clay
The form to which molten glass is applied in order to make a core-formed vessel. In pre-Roman times, the core is thought to have been made of animal dung mixed with clay.
Competencies Knowledge and skills that have been applied in practical situations.
Sold core of wood or other lignocellulose particles bonded together, cured under heat, and pressed into a rigid panel.
Keywords:  ferrite, main, memory, ago, rom
The main working memory of a digital computer system, which typically retains the program code being executed as well as the data structures that are manipulated by the program. Contrasted to ROM and data storage device.
Main memory of a computer -- a long time ago this was made from ferrite cores.
The CORE Outcome Measure is one way to find out if an intervention has been successful. It includes both the service user's and the clinician's assessment of the treatment.
Keywords:  mamboserver, download, com, link, page
Include a link to the download page of mamboserver.com
Keywords:  coronal, tooth, crown, simply, towards
Coronal Simply means towards the crown of a tooth.
Corrosion Resistance Crate Grade Cross-linking
Keywords:  assemblage, individuals, body
A body of individuals; an assemblage.
Keywords:  station, radius, walk, transit, rail
The area within 1/4 mile radius of a rail transit station, representing about a five-minute (or less) walk to the station.
Listeners who use the public radio station as much as or more than any other radio station during the week.
Keywords:  firework, burst, densely, packed, rest
Enhanced middle of a firework's burst which is often a different color and more densely packed then the rest of the firework.
The cavity within a solid or hybrid grain - often shaped to offer higher burning surface or a constant surface with regression.
Keywords:  nysed, gov, visiting, online, www
Certification Online Records system. Individuals may access his/her certification records by visiting www.nysed.gov.
Common Oracle Runtime Environment. The library of functions written in C that provides developers the ability to create code that can be easily ported to virtually any platform and operating system.
Keywords:  torso, stabilize, muscles, lower, back
Muscles that stabilize the torso, including abs and lower back.
A disorder of sheep occasioned by worms in the liver.
Those activities/functions performed in order for Defence to be able to meet its expressed mission and constitutional obligations. (See also Core Activities and Functions.)
A core customer means a residential or small commercial customer who typically must take additional distributor-bundled service of sales and transportation. Non-core refers to large commercial and industrials customers with sufficient gas volume to purchase gas supplies and capacity from suppliers other than the local utility.
Keywords:  backbone, see
See Backbone.
A miner's underground working time or shift.
The main section of a computer processor, basically referring to the processor minus the L2 cache and control units.
Keywords:  building, see
(See Building core.)
Keywords:  cell, see
(See "Cell.")