Definitions for "Quicksilver"
An implementation of a webserver written in the high level programming language Mercury .
The metal mercury; -- so called from its resemblance to liquid silver.
a heavy silvery toxic univalent and bivalent metallic element; the only metal that is liquid at ordinary temperatures
Quicksilver by Neal Stephenson is the first volume of his series The Baroque Cycle. The second and third volumes (released in the second and third quarters of 2004 respectively), are entitled The Confusion and The System of the World.
Quicksilver is a 1986 feature film starring Kevin Bacon. Written and directed by Thomas Michael Donnelly, the film also includes Jami Gertz, Paul Rodriguez, Louie Anderson, Larry Fishburne, and Rudy Ramos.
"Quicksilver" was a song written and performed by the band Pink Floyd for their album Music from the Film More. It appeared in shortened form in the live suite The Man and the Journey, where it was entitled "Sleep". On the studio album, the song is about 3 minutes longer than this version, with a time of 7 minutes 13 seconds.
Keywords:  japw, czw, pwg, wrestling, diego
Quicksilver is an American professional wrestler from San Diego, California. Quicksilver has worked in California for many local promotions, such as AWS, Revolution Pro Wrestling, Southern California Championship Wrestling and Battle Ground Pro Wrestling, but occasionally worked some shows for some major indy promotions, like CZW and JAPW. He's a current member of the PWG roster.
Quicksilver is a line of ultralight aircraft that evolved from weight shift hang gliders. A company called "Eipper Formance" (a play on the name of the founder, Dick Eipper) began manufacturing the early quicksilver ultralights in the late 1970's when hang gliding was very popular. The Quicksilver hang gliders differed from most hang gliders of that time period in that the Quicksilver had a rigid wing and a tail with a horizontal stabilizer and a rudder.
Keywords:  maestri, stanley, ron, october, june
Quicksilver was a short-lived Stone-Stanley game show hosted by Ron Maestri that aired on the USA Cable Network from June 27, 1994 - October 13, 1995.
Quicksilver is a free utility made by Blacktree Software for Mac OS X. It allows users to use the keyboard to rapidly perform commands such as launching applications, manipulating files and data, running scripts or sending e-mail. It is similar to the Mac OS X applications Launch Bar and Butler, though it differs from these in terms of the interaction paradigm it employs.
Keywords:  pure, fast, things, world, example
a pure example of how fast things can change in the real world