Definitions for "Balsa "
A raft or float, used principally on the Pacific coast of South America.
forest tree of lowland Central America having a strong very light wood; used for making floats and rafts and in crafts
Balsa (Ochroma pyramidale, synonym O. lagopus) is a large, fast-growing tree to 30 m tall, native from tropical South America north to southern Mexico. It is evergreen, or dry-season deciduous if the dry season is long, with large (30–50 cm) weakly palmately lobed leaves. The name balsa derives from Spanish for a raft.
Keywords:  surfboard, porous, foam, ecuador, ibs
Lightest modeling wood; 7-10 Ibs./ft. Easily crushed and broken.
Light, porous wood used through the 1940s and '50s as a key core material for surfboard manufacture. Balsa grows only in Ecuador and must be imported to the USA; it became popular when laminating techniques allowed surfboard cores to be sealed from contact with water. By the early 1960s it had been largely replaced by polyurethane foam, but is still used for some big wave guns and collector pieces.
a very light tropical wood.
Keywords:  gnome, imap, gnomecard, gpg, nifty
Balsa is a Gnome e-mail client supporting POP3, IMAP, and local mail delivery. It can be compiled with multi-threading support for faster response, and can do nifty things like read your GnomeCard address book, use LDAP, and render HTML mail.
Balsa is an e-mail client that runs on GNU/Linux under the GNOME user interface system. Balsa has a graphical front end, support for MIME attachments coming and going, directly supports POP3 and IMAP protocols. It has a spell checker and direct support for PGP and GPG for encryption.
a prototype cell systems modeling environment written in Java
Keywords:  pin, hit, behind, little, head
A hit on the head pin with little power behind it.