Definitions for "ShiFT "
Something frequently shifted; especially, a woman's under-garment; a chemise.
The basic item of womenâ€(tm)s underwear, a long kind of nightgownlike garment which, except for the corset, was all the underwear women wore until the advent of drawers in the 1860â€(tm)s. (Also called the chemise.)
look under chemise.
Keywords:  parser, parse, lexer, lookahead, yacc
A "shift" is an action performed by a parsing engine when it reads a token that is valid in the current state. Lookahead parsers maintain a list of terminals which are expected to be read from each state, given that the syntax of the program is correct. If the token is not the expected, a syntax error occurs. In the bottom-up parser engines, such as GOLD and YACC, a shift pushes the token onto an internal stack that is used to hold tokens that are being used to construct completed rules.
A shift action in a parser is one that accepts the input symbol read by the lexer and causes a transition to a new state. The current state is added to the parse stack.
A parser is said to shift when it makes the choice of analyzing further input from the stream rather than reducing immediately some already-recognized rule. See The Bison Parser Algorithm.
The movement of a type A influenza virus strain from other species into humans. The novel strain emerges by reassortment with circulating human influenza strains or by infecting humans directly. Because they flourish in the face of global susceptibility, viruses that have undergone antigenic shift usually create pandemics. Sibutramine: It is used for weight loss.
The process in which the existing H (hemagglutinin) and N (neuraminidase) are replaced by significantly different H and Ns. These new H or H/N combinations are perceived by human immune systems as new, so most people do not have pre-existing antibody protection to these novel viruses. This is one of the reasons that pandemic viruses can have such a serve impact on the health of populations. See drift.
big changes in a virus strain due to mutation. A flu virus may have "shifted" if it is significantly different from strains that circulated in recent years.
a woman's sleeveless undergarment
an undergarment or a nightgown, used for both by the women
A shift was made similar to a modern day woman's nightgown and usually was worn for sleeping purposes. It is also used to describe a light summer dress.
To change the place of; to move or remove from one place to another; as, to shift a burden from one shoulder to another; to shift the blame.
To change the position of; to alter the bearings of; to turn; as, to shift the helm or sails.
To exchange for another of the same class; to remove and to put some similar thing in its place; to change; as, to shift the clothes; to shift the scenes.
A breaking off and dislocation of a seam; a fault.
an event in which something is displaced without rotation
(geology) a crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement of one side with respect to the other; "they built it right over a geological fault"
Keywords:  mismatch, cope, drag, casting, core
A casting defect caused by mismatch of cope and drag or of cores and mold.
A casting defect resulting form a mismatch of cope and drag. Sometimes there is a Core Shift, which also produces defective casting. See Core Shift.
To put off or out of the way by some expedient.
To resort to expedients for accomplishing a purpose; to contrive; to manage.
Shift is a fictional talking ape who plays a major role in The Last Battle, the seventh and final book in the fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis.
Shift (Clifton Joseph) is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe. His first appearance was in Genetix #1.
Shift is an album by a Swedish Grindcore band Nasum released in 2004. This is the last studio album Nasum will ever release, due to the death of Mieszko Talarczyk from the tragic 2004 Tsunami.
move around; "transfer the packet from his trouser pockets to a pocket in his jacket"
move very slightly; "He shifted in his seat"
move from one setting or context to another; "shift the emphasis"; "shift one's attention"
Refers to a 24 hour work period.
one set of men or boys, or the usual number of consecutive hours for which one set work; e.g.~day shift, night shift, single, double, treble shift; an 8.hour or a 12-hour shift.
a unit of time equal to the scheduled period of work at a factory or other place of business. Businesses operating on a 24-hour basis typically organize the day into three daily shifts of 8 hours each. This usage is consistent with the old English meaning of "shift" as an arrangement or division.
Keywords:  peavey, sonitrol, aam, guitars, bass
A control found on some Peavey model guitars or bass amplifiers that shifts the center frequency of the mid-range control.
A programmable time frame that consists of one or more Periods. Shifts are used to control specific timed events (i.e. Auto arming, Access Control, door locks, etc). Sonitrol plus control panels with Access Modules and AAM4C-A access control panels have 128 programmable shifts. Close Glossary Window
a controlled slide, only the actual slide is a small proportion of the total elapsed time
Keywords:  hangs, unstructured, dress, bust, darts
A simple unstructured dress shape, slightly fitted at the bust with darts and clean lines down to the knee.
a loose-fitting dress hanging straight from the shoulders without a waist
A straight-lined and basic dress of the 1960s that hangs away from the body.
A key that you can press in combination with another key to get an uppercase letter or the upper character on a two-character key.
use a shift key on a keyboard; "She could not shift so all ther letters are written in lower case"
Avatars can go through objects by pressing Shift key while moving, unless it is disabled in world options
make a shift in or exchange of; "First Joe led; then we switched"
Similar to a “switch” but smoother and occurring between primary parts; usually recognizable only by speech content, perspective, or body language.
Keywords:  soundstage, see
See "soundstage shift."
Keywords:  sftp, samba, ftp, java, remote
ShiFT is a Java-based file transfer application which enables users to transfer files between remote computers by FTP, Samba, and SFTP.
Shift was a Canadian magazine, devoted to technology and culture. It was one of the most influential Canadian magazines of the 1990s. It has now ceased publication as a print magazine, although its website was recently in operation.
discards and shifts all the positional parameters up one to take its place.
asks weakside defenders to take up a balance position closer to the middle of the field
To slip to one side of a ship, so as to destroy the equilibrum; -- said of ballast or cargo; as, the cargo shifted.
Keywords:  archaic, reset, shoes, term
To "shift the shoes" is an archaic term for a reset.
To practice indirect or evasive methods.
Keywords:  apportion, divide, distribute
To divide; to distribute; to apportion.
a regularly scheduled operating period, exclusive of mealtime
In building, the extent, or arrangement, of the overlapping of plank, brick, stones, etc., that are placed in courses so as to break joints.
a pretty good sign
Movement of the bits of a binary word either toward the most significant bit ("to the left") or toward the least significant bit ("to the right"). Shifts to the right can be either logical, where the spaces emptied at the front of the word with each shift are filled in with zeros, or arithmetic, where the word is sign extended as it is shifted to the right. See also arithmetic shift, logical shift, sign extension
A shift refers to transactions produced at a single terminal or outlet. A shift may cover any number of periods during a day (subject to a terminal's capacity for storing separate shifts) or may be equal to a day.
Directive to illuminate second target with laser designator.
Keywords:  bid, suit, lead, new, different
(1) lead a different suit;(2) bid a new suit.
Keywords:  built, section, called
the section called “The shift built-in
Keywords:  act
The act of shifting.