Any species of the order Ophidia; an ophidian; a serpent, whether harmless or venomous. See Ophidia, and Serpent.
1. A long multi-pair cable usually with a box at one end (the head) with multiple input and some output jacks and connectors at the other end to allow a microphone to be plugged into the head, then the corresponding connector plugged into a mixer at the other. A multi channel extension cord for microphones. 2. An animal without legs. AKA serpent as in the animal that deceived Eve in the Garden of Eden. 3. A person who acts deceptively and sell you inferior audio equipment at outrageous prices.
Reptile with cylindrical limbless body, fused eyelids and jaw modified for swallowing large prey.
limbless scaly elongate reptile; some are venomous
A long cable that is usually used for multiple microphone lines. It will almost always have a box for microphones to plug into at one end and plugs that go into the sound mixer at the other end.
A multiconductor shielded input cable employed when necessary to locate a mixer a long distance from the stage and the microphones.
A moveable patch panel with cable. Usually, a box with many XLR connectors on it that terminates in a multi-pair cable of undetermined length, which then terminates into a fan-out of corresponding connectors. Basically, many microphone cables rolled into one.
cable with hundred of wires used to connect the light boards
Long thin cylinder of clay.
A very long putt that travels over several breaks in the green.
A long putt, which travels over breaks in the putting green.
a long faint constellation in the southern hemisphere near the equator stretching between Virgo and Cancer
To wind round spirally, as a large rope with a smaller, or with cord, the small rope lying in the spaces between the strands of the large one; to worm.
a tool that extends down the pipe and is twisted to clean out any debris
A snake is a tool used to clean out the inside of a trumpet. It is about 2.5 feet long and made of a tightly coiled spring with nylon brushes on each end. To learn about snakes and their use, check out Trumpet Maintainace.
A plumbers' tool consisting of a long flexible rod of spiraled wire used for removing obstacles from pipes.
move smoothly and sinuously, like a snake
move along a winding path; "The army snaked through the jungle"
an Euler path in the - hypercube that has no chords (i
A common term for a six-officer raid team, moving in line; the first two officers are often designated the "point" element.
a lowly creature who cannot leave the ground, making it an obvious symbol of base desires and material entrapment
a symbol of life and health
A symbol of female wisdom and psychic abilities. The bringer of knowledge, as in the Garden of Eden. The snake swallowing its tale is a symbol of infinity and eternity – sometimes seen as the Magician's belt.
An arrangement in which currencies were pegged to each other but left free to float as a group against the U.S. dollar. Named for the graph that the limits of variation of a currency would follow over time.
Arrangement established in 1972, that ties European currencies to each other within specified limits.
System of currency cooperation between the EC countries created in 1972. Replaced by the EMS in 1979.
A switchman belonging to the SUNA, the Switchman's Union of North America.
A railroad switchman.
The North Country is not snake country. Only three snakes are native to the BWCA, all of the family Colubridæ; the Eastern Garter Snake ( Thamnophis sirtalis), Northern Redbelly Snake ( Storeria occipitomaculata), and the Northern Ringneck Snake ( Diadophis punctatus). None is longer than 26" and none is poisonous. From the Old English snaca.
Any of a number of the snake species.
a long, thin animal with a fairly narrow head, and yet some species eat birds' eggs and other animals which are far broader than their own bodies
a strange animal
something resembling a snake
A MTA shape resembling a snake, as popularised by German Ola Wahlberg. These tend to achieve greater initial height than most other types of MTAs.
Snake is a video game that came out in the mid-to-late 1970s. It gained popularity in the 1990s for its inclusion on some mobile phones. The player controls a long, thin creature, resembling a snake, which roams around on a bordered plane, picking up food (or some other item), trying to avoid hitting its own tail or the "walls" that surround the playing area.
a deformable curve which moves over an image minimising it's potential energy
an energy minimization spline segment with external and
an energy minimizing spline guided by external constraint forces and influenced by image forces that pull it toward features such as lines and edges
To circle your hand forward around your opponent's hand, either to their inside or outside, usually leading to a disarm.
Variant: One player uses nine checkers on the bar, the remaining six in one's opponent's home board.
Wrapping your opponent's arms with yours.