Definitions for "Butterfly"
Keywords:  halve, boneless, poultry, chop, split
In the context of equities, a firm with two divisions may split into two companies and issue original shareholders two shares (one in each of the new companies) for every old share they have.
A method of cutting meats so that it will lay flat and even. Difficult to describe without visual effects, but the meat is sliced in the center, without going all the way through, and opened to lay flat like the wings of a butterfly. In larger cuts, it is sliced in increments from middle to either side, and the flaps are opened like the pages of a book.
Butterfly is the seventh album and fifth studio album by American pop/R&B singer Mariah Carey, released in the United States on September 16 1997 (see 1997 in music) by Columbia Records. It was Carey's first album to be released following the ending of her marriage to Sony Music executive Tommy Mottola, and it includes contributions from producers such as The Trackmasters, Puff Daddy, Stevie J and Walter Afanasieff.
"Butterfly" is a song written and produced by American singer Mariah Carey and Walter Afanasieff for Carey's seventh album Butterfly (1997). It is a ballad combining elements of pop and gospel, but Carey had originally conceived it as a house record with David Morales titled "Fly Away (Butterfly Reprise)". After realizing how personal the lyrics were and how they could be applied to Butterfly, she wrote "Butterfly" with Afanasieff.
"Butterfly" is a popular song.
A general name for the numerous species of diurnal Lepidoptera.
an adult, typically day active member of the insect group Lepidoptera. Butterflies are often brightly colored and have antennae with knobs on the ends.
Butterflies are flying insects with two pairs of wings, a proboscis, and clubbed antennae. They belong to the Order Lepidoptera and the Family Rhopalocera. The word butterfly can be traced back over 1000 years; it derives from the Middle English word boterflya and the Old English word buttorfleoge. No one knows the origin of the word butterfly or what it originally meant.
The pattern of markings on the shoulders of Blotched, Classic, or Marbled Tabby cats.
A dark-colored area on the rabbit's nose. Examples: Checkered Giant and English Spot breeds.
A nose marking found on many breeds and Broken varieties. The wing portions cover the whisker bed and upper lip, with the body or nose fork extending up the center of the face..
Keywords:  medley, nicknamed, stroke, relay, flung
One of the four competitive strokes; the legs must stay together at all times while the arms pull backward together under water and, staying synchronized, swing and stretch forward above the surface.
One of the 4 competitive racing strokes. Butterfly (nicknamed FLY) is swam as the third stroke in the Medley Relay and first stroke in the I.M.
One of the 4 competitive racing strokes. Butterfly (nicknamed FLY) is swum as the third stroke in the Medley Relay and first stroke in the Individual Medley. Racing distances are 50 yds/mtr, 100 yds/mtr, and 200 yds/mtr. (LSC's with 8-under divisions offer the 25 yd fly)
Denote the shape of the hole on blister-carded figures where the cards are hung on hooks in toy stores. [][ Go To Bottom
To see a butterfly among flowers indicates prosperity. To see butterflies flying around denotes news from absent friends by letter or from someone who has seen them.
To see a butterfly among flowers and green grasses, indicates prosperity and fair attainments. To see them flying about, denotes news from absent friends by letter, or from some one who has seen them. To a young woman, a happy love, culminating in a life union.
The soul, Although quite rare, it is occasionally seen on graves (most often of children). It is symbolic of the resurrection of Christ. The meaning is derived from the three stages of the life of the butterfly—the caterpillar, the chrysalis, and the butterfly. The three stages are symbols of life, death and resurrection. Short-life......
A person that has gone on a Chrysalis weekend.
an overhead silk or linen screen used in outdoor film-making to diffuse harsh sunlight and soften shadows
A net stretched over an outdoor scene to soften the sunlight.
Butterfly was a 1982 film based on the 1947 novel "The Butterfly" by James M. Cain. The movie was directed by Matteo Ottaviano, and among the cast were Stacy Keach, Pia Zadora, Ed Mc Mahon, and Orson Welles.
Keywords:  guy, jokingly, dragonfly, doesn, sailor
A sailor's term for a bar girl who hangs around with other guys while you are there to see HER. She comes back occasionally to sit with you.
No, it doesn’t mean that you are gay; in fact it means quite the opposite. Butterfly is a term given to a guy (or girl) that has a lot of sexual partners. This is mostly used jokingly and has its various forms of terminology associated with it (helicopter, jumbo jet, dragonfly, etc). If you are a “butterfly” and a girl asks, it’s better to just say yes.
Keywords:  bow, bustle, bodice, fancy, skirt
Term used to describe the dark area located across a table sometimes found in fancy shapes(see 'Bow Tie').
At the back, large bow (hence, "butt bow") or fabric flowers where the bodice meets the skirt. Often the bustle is formed just below.
Butterfly will prepare you to leave your cocoon and learn to express yourself in a way that suits the true you. (9 sided face.)
A butterfly indicates that you will free yourself of a particular concern or burden Page Top Cake A cake predicts a celebration or party.
The sale (purchase) of two identical Options, together with the purchase (sale) of one Option with a lower exercise price and one Option with a higher exercise price. All Options must be of the same type, have the same underlying contract, and expire at the same time, and there must be an equal increment between exercise prices.
A recognised LIFFE option strategy which involves, in one single transaction, the simultaneous purchase (sale) of a call (put) at one exercise price, the sale (purchase) of two calls (puts) at a higher exercise price and the purchase (sale) of a call (put) at an equally higher exercise price.
Refers to the sale or purchase of two identical options, together with the purchase or sale of one option with an immediately higher exercise price, and one option with an immediately lower exercise price - a combination of bull and bear spread strategies. All options are of the same type, with the same underlying security and all expire at the same time. (See also Condor).
In cinema butterfly is a methodology of lighting sets. When controlling light, grips use a variety of flags (black, opaque material), nets (one, two, or three layers of black, white, or semi translucent bobinette), and diffusion (translucent white materials of different densities). Generally, these are sewn onto frames of standard sizes, which are kept in racks or on carts where they are easily accessible.
Keywords:  fivelet, see
(see fivelet)
Keywords:  goaltending, goalie, knees, pose, bend
A goaltending style in which the goalie keeps his knees together and feet slightly apart.
A warm-up pose. Sit on the floor with your spine straight. Bend your knees to the side and bring the soles of your feet together in front of your body.
A cutout in the plate of a pocketwatch. This allowed for easier adjustment of the escapement. This design was utilized by the U. S. Watch Co.
A wide flaring sleeve set in close at the armhole and then widening towards the elbow and wrist
Keywords:  arabian, see
See Arabian.
Inversion element which turns riders over twice, first in a sidewinder immediately followed by a diving loop.
The smallest constituent part of an FFT, it represents a cross multiplication, incorporating multiplication, sum and difference operations. The name is derived from the shape of the signal flow diagram.
valves in the carburetor to control the level of mixture provided to the Intake valves (Throttle Butterfly) and the ratio of fuel to air mixture for starting (Choke Butterfly).
Keywords:  lepidopteran, day, active, general
in general, a lepidopteran that is active during the day.
Keywords:  earlobe, closure, goes, earring, post
The earrings back or closure that goes over the post an earring to secure to the earlobe.
Keywords:  poi, basic, move, see, unit
A basic poi move. see butterfly
See “Basic Unit
Keywords:  comer, trim, angles, inside, commonly
A term commonly used for inside comer angles for trim shapes such as A13 106, AF 200, AK 106 and AU 106.
A Chinese figure that connotes great age when used in conjunction with other symbols.
Keywords:  eject, symmetrical, cones, clip, shell
A professional shell effect which sees two cones of effects eject in opposite directions, creating a symmetrical butterfly effect (in this clip the effect also has a central ring).
Transformation, freedom, lightness of being.
Man laying woman on her side and spreading her legs, then kneeling in front of her and penetrating.
Butterfly shift Butterfly spread
Keywords:  worn, vibrator, straps, designed, body
A vibrator that is designed to be worn against the body using straps.