Definitions for "MoD"
Keywords:  defence, ministry, reme, minstry, wwii
Minister of Defense
Ministry of Defense
Ministry of Defence (United Kingdom)
(For module). A music file format that contains digitized sound samples A .MOD file takes more memory than a MIDI file because a MIDI file contains instructions for making sounds but not the actual sound samples. There are .MOD players for Amiga, PC, and Macintosh computers.
The audio mod ule file originated on the Amiga and takes the approach of defining different instruments and then describing what each does. It is fairly space-efficient, and free software to play MODs is available for WinTel boxes, Macintoshes, UNIX boxes, and even Commodore 128s in addition to the original Amiga.
A format much like MIDI; it is a series of notes and instruments. In addition, Mod files include the samples of the instruments that are being used. Because of this, Mod files are much larger than MIDI files.
Keywords:  closest, focal, lenses, vertex, zoom
This refers to the closest an object can be to the vertex of the lens and still be in focus. The wider the lens angle, the smaller the MOD.
Minimum object distance. This is a feature of a fixed or a zoom lens which indicates the closest distance an object can be from the lenses image plane, expressed in metres. Zoom lenses have MOD of around 1m, while fixes lenses usually much less, depending upon the focal length.
Minimum object distance. Feature of a fixed or a zoom lens that indicates the closest distance an object can be from the lens’s image plane, expressed in meters. Zoom lenses have MOD of around 1 m, while fixed lenses usually much less, depending on the focal length.
Keywords:  magneto, opitcal, lto, ait, dlt
Magneto Optical Disk. A type of disk that combines magnetic disk technologies and CD-ROM technologies. MO disks can be read from and written to and are removable. Their storage capacity is approximately 1.3 GB, (650 MB per side). See Digital Audio Tape (DAT), Linear Tape Open (LTO), Digital Linear Tape (DLT), Advanced Intelligent Tape (AIT), Digital Versatile Disk (DVD) and Jukebox.
See Magneto Optical Disk.
Magneto Opitcal Disk
MOD ification] An add-on or alteration, formerly known as a hack. MODs can give extra features, improve security or alter the cosmetic look of fora. See also: phpBB modifications category, Modifications downloads
(quake) modification. as in, "what kind of server mods is server foo running?" the alternative term "hack" is not common, and is a throwback to when doom modifications often required .exe hacks. crossreference addon.
Keywords:  weapons, game, rtcw, counterstrike, tfc
MODification. Any variant of RTCW which introduces new elements to the game. There are many types of mods, client side, server side, and total conversions
A released game that is largely based on another commercial game (such as Unreal Tournament 2003) but is modified to create a different game play experience.
Modification. A variation of the original game's playing style that often uses entirely new maps, characters and objects. Almost always made available free of charge by hobbyist coders tweaking with the source code, mods are a very large part of the online gaming experience. Counter-Strike started life as a Half Life mod.
Keywords:  auch, siehe, emand, usic, aod
usic emand siehe auch AOD (Audio on Demand)
Keywords:  scf
SCF Moderator
Keywords:  balaclava, forum, endless, lux, ladder
A moderator on the forums
Forum Moderator. Lux's answer to standing on the top of a ladder in the middle of No Man's Land smoking endless cigarettes through a luminous balaclava.
Dental shorthand for “mesial occlusal distal” A filling that goes up one side of the tooth, across the top, and down the other side.
Model organism Database. Model Organism Database. The MOD in GenMAPP is a central gene ID system that MAPPFinder uses when mapping genes in the Expression Dataset to the GO hierarchy.
Keywords:  aftermarket, upgrade
Aftermarket modification/upgrade
Keywords:  gaelic, scottish, festival, royal, song
A mod is a festival of Scottish Gaelic song, arts and culture. Historically, the Gaelic word mòd refers to any kind of assembly. There are both local mods, and an annual national mod, the Royal National Mod.
a British teenager or young adult in the 1960s; noted for their clothes consciousness and opposition to the rockers
Refers to the number of states that a function such as a counter will pass through before returning to its original value. For example, a function that counts from 00002 to 11112 has a modulus of 16 and would be called a modulo-16 or mod-16 counter.
Mod (AKA Modernism) is a subculture that originated in London in the late 1950s, and reached its mainstream peak in the early to mid 1960s.
On-line command to an Argos processing center, by which the program owner modifies a transmitter's altitude, latitude or longitude.
ceremonial head dress worn by Meghwals at wedding ceremony
Keywords:  depth, maximum, operating
Maximum Operational Depth
Maximum Operating Depth
The Mod operator returns the remainder whole number after the first operand is divided by the second operand. For example, 12 = 2 * 5 + 2. The expression 12 mod 5 would yield 2.
Keywords:  metric, gear, pitch
module, the pitch of a metric gear
Manager on duty - another name for the store manager / acting supervisor at the customer site.
(abbreviation) See modification
An abbreviation for modulo mathematics used in public key cryptography.
Keywords:  aircraft, equipment
modification to an aircraft or equipment
Keywords:  merchants, death
Merchants Of Death
Keywords:  item
An item modifier.
Keywords:  operating, see
See operating mode
(1) Modulation. (2) Modification.
moderate
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modernization
modern
Modified; also: modification