Definitions for "Demo"
A product promotion in a store with samples to eat and cooking-tip handouts and/or coupons.
An abbreviation of "demonstration". A demo is a limited-use version of a programme (users may not be allowed to save files to disc) that lets users sample a program's key features before purchasing the complete product.
Games that are free to download but contain only a stripped-down or lower quality version of the game. If you enjoy the game, the publisher would love for you to buy the full version of the game. Demoware is similar to shareware.
This is the test drive. "This guy comes in, demos the car and I think he's ready to buy, right? Then he tells me the car's for his wife and he can't make a decision without her."
The vehicle used for a test drive, or by an employee of the dealership.
This has two meanings: Either a test drive or a car that has been used as personal transportation by a sales manager or salesperson at a dealership.
a program that serves the purpose to present the technical and artistic skills of its makers and produce audiovisual pleasure to the viewer
a sample of how the voice talent sounds or how your specific script will read
a way for artists to get their musical ideas on tape , and in most cases, provide an example of the ideas to record labels, producers or other artists
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a visual presentation showing how something works; "the lecture was accompanied by dramatic demonstrations"; "the lecturer shot off a pistol as a demonstration of the startle response"
Demo is a 12-issue series of comic books by writer Brian Wood and artist Becky Cloonan, published 2003-2004 by Ai T/Planet Lar. Each issue is an isolated story, but they all revolve around the lives of young people. Originally, the series was intended to focus on young people with supernatural powers - indeed, many of the issues do just that - but as the year progressed, the stories increasingly focused on people, relationships, and emotions, and the "supernatural" angle was quietly deemphasized.
DEMO (DEMOnstration Power Plant) is a proposed nuclear fusion power plant that is intended to build upon the expected success of the ITER (originally an acronym for International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor) nuclear fusion power plant. Whereas ITER's goal is to produce 500 million watts of fusion power for at least 500 seconds, the goal of DEMO will be to produce at least four times that much fusion power on a continual basis. Moreover, while ITER's goal is to produce 10 times as much power as is required for ignition, DEMO's goal is to produce 25 times as much power.
(Demonstration of Ecosystem Management) The DEMO project is a forest service study to determine the effects of logging on the old-growth characteristics of a forest. 4 areas were chosen in the Gifford-Pinchot and 4 in the Umpqua National Forest. Of the areas in the Umpqua, two are in Diamond Lake, one in Cottage Grove, and one in N. Umpqua. The one in N. Umpqua has been withdrawn by the Forest Service, Little River DEMO. Each area has 6 timber sale units, each with a different kind of logging prescription. At least two out of the six will have 85% of the trees removed. That makes a virtual clearcut on 16 units in DEMO. Our main objection to DEMO is, do they really need to do deforestation to test the effects on old-growth characteristics
This is a demo album by the heavy metal band King Diamond.
a form of art that involves real-time computer graphic effects accompanied by music
a program that displays a sound, music, and light show
a program that displays lovely graphics, stretched to the extremes of what is possible with todays technology added with catch, groovy music tracks
1. n. A demonstration of hardware or software to senior management or customers; provides the ideal conditions for awakening dormant and unsuspected bugs. 2. v. To demonstrate.
a far more effective way of inducing bugs to manifest themselves than any number of test runs, especially when important people are watching
Keywords:  deh, moh, pronounced
But-- Pronounced "deh-moh"
Short for demonstration as in a vendor demonstration of software to impress the users.
a standalone program whose sole purpose is to impress and entertain its user
Demoware is limited evaluation software that has some of its features disabled. This software usually allows the use of a fair amount of features to entice a user to purchase the full product.
Keywords:  iffy, little
a little iffy
Keywords:  chimera, presentation
a presentation within Chimera
Keywords:  tease, promise
a tease or a promise
show or demonstrate something to an interested audience; "She shows her dogs frequently"; "We will demo the new software in Washington"
The age group and make-up of the audience that you wish to receive your product or service message.
Keywords:  gii, cms, works, example
an example of how the GII CMS works
Keywords:  risky, matter
a risky matter
Keywords:  techno, russian, march, group, formed
DEMO is a Russian techno group, formed in March of 1999.
Keywords:  corse, did, along, look, get
a way to get new blood, look what it did for CM, along with word of mouth of corse
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a collection of at least several different voiceover tracks
a composition of one executable file and a set of datafiles
Keywords:  native, boston, mass
a native of Boston, Mass
Keywords:  explosives, teams, middle, doors, walls
Demolitions, either the materials or the team members. Some teams have and use explosives to open doors, or to make doors in the middle of walls.
demonstration disc pressed for reviewers/radio stations etc
Demonstration organized by a manufacturer in a retail store
a NEW item that was used as a display model in the store
Keywords:  still
but, but still, however
Refers to the age group that is being used for planning, buying, researching, etc. Also known as Demographic.
demonstrate, demonstrator, demolish
however, but
demolition