Definitions for "Orion "
A large and bright constellation on the equator, between the stars Aldebaran and Sirius. It contains a remarkable nebula visible to the naked eye.
(Greek mythology) a giant Boeotian hunter who pursued the Pleiades and was eventually slain by Artemis; was then placed in the sky as a constellation
a constellation on the equator east of Taurus; contains Betelgeuse and Rigel
Keywords:  kirby, fiction, seska, wiacek, sherilyn
Orion is a fictional character, a superhero and member of the New Gods that appear in the . He first appeared in New Gods #1 of "Jack Kirby's Fourth World", and was given his own title in 2000.
In the fictional Star Trek universe, Orions are a green-skinned alien species which seem to have a hostile attitude toward the Federation.
Orion is a science fiction/fantasy manga by Masamune Shirow, first published in 1991 by Seishinsha. The plot revolves around the Yamato Empire's plan to destroy all the galaxy's negative karma, and its disruption by Susano, God of Destruction. However the sorceress Seska is determined to seize power of her own, and a battle rages between the two.
Ontario Research and Innovation Optical Network. A network that provides high-speed connectivity to Ontario's research and educational institutions, and links them to each other and to similar organizations around the world.
Ocean Research Interactive Observatory Networks
Orion is a manned spacecraft currently under development by the United States. Prior to receiving its current name Orion was known as the Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV). The new spacecraft will replace the current Space Shuttle fleet after the three remaining orbiters are retired in 2010, and will be launched from Kennedy Space Center on the new Ares I crew launch vehicle.
"Orion" is the 7th track from Metallica's 1986 album Master Of Puppets. It is an instrumental piece composed by Cliff Burton with help from James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich.
Keywords:  rockabilly, ellis, jimmy, sang, elvis
a true death-omen
Orion (singer) (1945 - December 12, 1998) was the stage name of rockabilly singer Jimmy Ellis. Following the death of Elvis Presley in August 1977, Ellis dressed and sang in the manner of Presley and wore a mask during public appearances, fueling speculation that Presley had faked his death and returned to singing. Ellis' singing and natural speaking voice very closely resembled Presley's.
Keywords:  xlib, scx, scsh, nested, scheme
Orion is a window manager for the X11 windowing system. It is written in Scheme and accesses Xlib via the scx library for scsh. It is in fact a family of window managers that can be nested. This enables great flexibility and efficient handling of X11 applications.
Keywords:  ucla, usc, homer, catalog, supplier
ORION is the name of the system for the catalog listing UCLA's holdings just the way HOMER is the name of the catalog for USC's holdings. UCLA has turned its library, using the ORION system, into a document supplier.
Keywords:  ejb, sweden, fast
2.3 1.2 1.3 EJB 2.0, fast, from Sweden.
Keywords:  csusb, csci, edu, network, refer
the name used on the csci.csusb.edu network to refer to Orion
(noun) An underhanded or deceitful action; (verb) To carry out such an action for personal gain.
A computer program developed by the Vancouver Police Department Geographic Profiling Section that merges geographic information system data with information from other sources, including psychological profiles, aerial photos, and motor vehicle licensing information.
Vendor for the Rhapsody interface engine product Orion.
Orion was established in 1913. It started production of radio sets in 1920s and televisions in 1956. The company also supplied sophisticated microwave telecommunication equipment.
An upgraded Sun Server with 4 parallel high speed Reduced Instruction Set Computers -- SPARKS.
Keywords:  telescope, manufacturer
A telescope manufacturer.