Definitions for "Nest "
The bed or receptacle prepared by a fowl for holding her eggs and for hatching and rearing her young.
The place in which the eggs of other animals, as insects, turtles, etc., are laid and hatched; a snug place in which young animals are reared.
birds' nest are introduced into some coats of arms, and birds are frequently represented as on their nests, especially the Pelican. In the arms of RISLEY a child(q.v.) is represented lying in a nest. Argent, on a mount vert a tree of the last with two bird's nests pendent by strings gules--AURIOL, London. Argent, three Pelicans in piety or, nests vert; on a chief azure a mitre of the second between two mullets of the first--PATERSON, Scotland.
Keywords:  cozy, retreat, cosy, snuggled, khur
A snug, comfortable, or cozy residence or situation; a retreat, or place of habitual resort; hence, those who occupy a nest, frequent a haunt, or are associated in the same pursuit; as, a nest of traitors; a nest of bugs.
language Khur word for bed - rounded and big enough for communal sleeping.
a cosy or secluded retreat
An aggregated mass of any ore or mineral, in an isolated state, within a rock.
To incorporate a structure or structures into a structure of the same kind; for example, one call instruction (nested call) within another call instruction (nesting call) or one subroutine (nested subroutine) within another subroutine (nesting subroutine).
To incorporate a structure or structures of some kind into a structure of the same kind. For example, to nest one loop (the nested loop) within another loop (the nesting loop); to nest one subroutine (the nested subroutine) within another subroutine (the nesting subroutine).
Keywords:  bowl, mailhouse, hampers, hens, clutch
A compact group of pulleys, gears, springs, etc., working together or collectively.
A scrape or bowl containing one or more eggs. The terms "nest" and "clutch" are often used interchangeably in this and other duck nesting study reports. Only nests tended by hens (not destroyed or abandoned) when found are used to compute nest success by the methods described
an old English unit of quantity equal to 3. This unit was often, but not always, used for items that nest together, such as 3 bowls or 3 hampers.
nest is a nonprofit organization dedicated to changing the lives of women in developing countries. the mission of nest is to support women artists and artisans in the developing world by helping them create sustainable entrepreneurial businesses. nest does this by providing micro-credit loans to be used for the purchase of the supplies and materials necessary to begin and/or maintain art or craft-based businesses. when you buy from nest, you have not only have purchased a unique and beautiful item for yourself or your home, you have participated in a proven effort to better the lives of women all across the globe. through nest's work, and your participation, women all over the globe will be able to plant their roots in a refuge filled with warmth, solace, comfort and joy. to learn more about nest, go to www.buildanest.com.
See Nonsurgical Embryonic Selective Thinning.
Non-surgical Embryonic Selective Thinning.
A nest symbolises security, shelter or affection and fruitful partnerships.
Nest is an New York based magazine, self described as a "unique shelter magazine," or "quarterly of interiors" which featured nontraditional architecture, landscaping, and interior design. Focusing on spaces people lived in as opposed to the modern or antique interiors of beauty like the rest of interior design magazines. Nest almost never used templates or had regular features, it pushed the envelope of the magazine publishing world.
Keywords:  freebsd, insecure, queuing, replay, vpn
Nest is a secure IP VPN tunnel for FreeBSD. It connects two LANs over an insecure WAN. Nest works on the IP packet level. Its features include packet authentication and integrity checking , packet encryption , replay protection, adjustable packet queuing, and compression.
a gang of people (criminals or spies or terrorists) assembled in one locality; "a nest of thieves"
Keywords:  wisc, condor, edu, appliance, grid
Network STorage (NeST) is a flexible software-only storage appliance designed to meet the storage needs of the Grid. See http://www.cs.wisc.edu/condor/nest/.
Colony's residential area comprising the following: breeding cell, nurseries and fungus gardens on combs (if occurring); see termitarium.
To build and occupy a nest.
The portion of a crimping die which supports the barrel during crimping.
(1) To stack like parts within one another to occupy a minimum space. (2) A plate having an opening to conform to the contour of a part used to locate the part in a die. (3) To lay out a blank so that the outlines of parts produced will interlock with each following and each preceding part and require the minimum amount of material.
Two or more destroyers tied up outbound of one another to a pier or tender.
a kind of gun emplacement; "a machine-gun nest"; "a nest of snipers"
Keywords:  embed, you'd, block, science, means
This is a programming term that means to embed a block of data or other instructions within another block.
Placing a block of code within the same type of block. For example, you could next an entire HTML table within a HTML table's cell and you'd have a nested table.
A term used in computer science meaning that one thing can go inside another. Blocks can nest in that one block can go inside another.
Local Indentation Between Adjacent Closepacked Spheres
a language immersion program for the youngest members of a native population
A collection of boxes, cases, or the like, of graduated size, each put within the one next larger.
n. a unitized group of safe deposit boxes, see also 'tumbler nest'
Keywords:  dovetail, outcome, story, fit, thing
To fit one thing (outcome, story, etc.) within another. (See “Dovetail.”)
To appear within. For example, when a class nests within another class, the nested class appears within an enclosing class.
A group of rollers, enclosed in a suitable frame or box, which support a bridge shoe.
Networked Embedded Software Technology ( NEST) is a DARPA project.
the tooling which supports or positions the parts to be welded, also referred to as the anvil.
Keywords:  album, studio, odds, band, final
Nest is a 1996 album by Odds. It was the band's final studio album.
a group or collection of similar objects, e.g., a cell nest, a keratin pearl, q.v.
a symbol of your own home , warm relationship, family , security and freedom
To display more than one dimension along the columns or rows in a table view by creating a series of subordinate headings.
Keywords:  nuclear, emergency, team, search
Nuclear Emergency Search Team
A program within a program. Nested menus are menus that offer decision choices subsequent to original menu choice.
Keywords:  gather
gather nests
Keywords:  form
To put into a nest; to form a nest for.