A kind of pillar; a cylindrical or polygonal support for a roof, ceiling, statue, etc., somewhat ornamented, and usually composed of base, shaft, and capital. See Order.
Anything resembling, in form or position, a column in architecture; an upright body or mass; a shaft or obelisk; as, a column of air, of water, of mercury, etc.; the Column Vendôme; the spinal column.
A vertical set of cells, running from the top of the sheet all the way to the bottom of the sheet
The vertical divisions of a spreadsheet that intersect the horizontal divisions (rows) to form cells in which data can be entered. columns are labeled alphabetically (A,B,C,...AB,AC,AD...). (SpSht, Gr. 6)
In a DB2 table, a specific type of data that is named and whose values are contained in zero or more rows.
The container for a single item of information in a row. Also known as field.
A column is a listing of data for a single attribute that has been retrieved from the Data Warehouse by a query. If several attributes are selected for a query, each attribute will have one column in the query results.
A column is a distinct field in a table that has a specific data type.
A perpendicular set of lines, not extending across the page, and separated from other matter by a rule or blank space; as, a column in a newspaper.
A perpendicular line of figures.
one of a series of articles written in a periodical, usually under the same title and at regular intervals; it may be written and signed by one or more authors, or may appear pseudonymously or anonymously, as an editorial column.
A bylined newspaper or magazine article that expresses the opinion of an individual writer.
The body formed by the union of the stamens in the Mallow family, or of the stamens and pistil in the orchids.
The fused sexual organ of an orchid flower, found atop the lip.
Flower organ, mainly found in orchids, consisting of fused male and female reproductive parts.
Structure formed by the fused style and stigma plus stamens of members of the Orchidaceae.
A body of troops formed in ranks, one behind the other; -- contradistinguished from line. Compare Ploy, and Deploy.
a line of (usually military) units following one after another
a military formation in which the units are arranged one behind the other instead of side by side as in a line
A formation in which the elements are one behind the other. In a platoon column, the members of each squad are one behind the other, with the squads abreast of each other. To change a line formation to a column formation, the command is Right, FACE. To change a column formation to a line formation, the command is Left, FACE.
a very small and thin tube through which a chemical mixture flows and is separated by gas chromatography.
a plastic cylinder about the size of a coffee mug that contains a sand-like substance coated with a special material called Protein A
a tube or cylinder in which a chromatographic separation takes place
The column of a free standing bridge crane is one of the "legs" on which the crane stands, and is made of square tube.
A dripstone decoration formed by the jointing of a stalactite and a stalagmite.
A pillarlike speleothem resulting from the union of a stalactite and a stalagmite into a single formation.
a cave formation connecting the floor and the ceiling, created when stalactites and stalagmites grow together or when one of them grows all the way to the floor or ceiling.
a column is formed when a stalactite and a stalagmite meet, or when one or the other of them grows to meet the floor or ceiling.
a license to conjure, but readers need to believe in the voice of the conjurer
an article, either technical or non-technical, that addresses a specific topical issue that is of special interests to the general reader
an interesting thing, especially when there's no specified topic I'm required to discuss
a regular feature addressing a particular topic from a hopefully unique perspective
A tall post shaped like a cylinder.
a sort of post used to hold up a roof
A column is a single atmospheric column corresponding to a lat-lon point or grid cell. The column physics works on atmospheric columns.
Memory (RAM) cell
Unit of measure on which an ad's size is determined. A standard page is composed of six columns in width. At The Seattle Times and the Seattle P-I, one column measures 21/16 inches wide. A classified page is composed of 10 columns. One column measures 11/4 inches wide.
an approximate average character width that is platform-dependent
is a space in a publication that is mathematically defined to be a certain height and width where graphics and text are placed.
A section of a channel. The first column is the notes column which keeps track of the note (AG) and the octave (09). Between the note and the octave, there is either a dash () or a number sign (#). The number sign says that the note is sharp. The second column is the sample/instrument column. This column says what sample or instrument number is used to play the note. The third column is the volume column. This is the volume (in the 064 range) that the note is played at. In recent trackers, this can also be used for limited effects. The fourth column is the effects column. This starts with the number of the effect (for example, 3 is slidetonote) and ends with a number which is how the effect will operate. 34A would mean that the sound would slide into this note with a speed of 4A.
section of the text matter that runs form the top to the bottom of the copy area. An ad or page can carry more than one column
A columnar ice crystal with hexagonal cross section and having aspect ratio (diameter to length) as much as 10 to 1. The column may be either solid or hollow with ends plane, pyramidal, truncated, or hollow. Pyramids and combinations of columns are included in this class. It is one of the common ice crystals found in cirrus clouds.
a list of items, separated by newlines
a one-dimensional list whose items make up a single category of values
Container that is common to all items in a list, document library, discussion board, or survey. Stores a single piece of information for an item. Also known as "field."