Definitions for "Brocade"
Silk stuff, woven with gold and silver threads, or ornamented with raised flowers, foliage, etc.; -- also applied to other stuffs thus wrought and enriched.
Rich jacquard-woven fabric with interwoven design of raised patterns. It has an embossed appearance, sometimes with contrasting surfaces, colors, gold or silver threads.
a thick woven fabric with raised designs, typical in Victorian wedding gowns and traditionally popular in fall and winter wedding gowns.
Stars with flashing metallic sparks in their long tails. Example
Common term that describes an effect like a PEONY, in other words an expanding sphere of stars, the brocade having more peristance. In the case of gold, it is similar to Willow, Palm and Kamuro effects. Video clip shows an eight inch Vulcan brocade shell fired by Kimbolton.
Long burning stars that produce a willow effect, however doesn't last as long as a Kamuro.
Keywords:  ajax, webpage, rapidly, render, built
The Brocade integrated the mature AJAX technology built the commonly used web components,provide the function to part render the webpage,to build rapidly web applications based on user experience.The Brocade is the Cross-Browser.
Keywords:  trowel, wet, wooden, textured, pressing
A textured finish made by pressing a flat metal or wooden hand trowel into wet joint compound and quickly pulling it away.
Keywords:  heavily, embossed, paper
A heavily embossed paper.
Keywords:  relief, low, see
See Low Relief.