Definitions for "Cusp"
A triangular protection from the intrados of an arch, or from an inner curve of tracery.
The beginning or first entrance of any house in the calculations of nativities, etc.
The point or horn of the crescent moon or other crescent-shaped luminary.
A toothlike projection in turtles.
toothlike projection of a jaw
The flap or leaflet portion of any of the heart valves that forms the movable part of the valve.
a thin triangular flap of a heart valve
Valve leaflet.
Keywords:  psuedemys, cooters, beak, notch, genus
A notch in the front most portion of the beak. Often found in Cooters (genus Psuedemys).
One of a series of short ridges on the shore separated by crescent-shaped troughs spaced at more or less regular intervals. Between these cusps are hollows. The cusps are spaced at somewhat uniform distances along beaches. They represJuly 7, 2005.
A cutout in the front edge of a cheekpiece positioned to accommodate the eye and the mouth of the wearer, whilst allowing the rest of the cheekpiece to offer maximum protection to the wearer's face.
Keywords:  mound, posterior, teeth
Mound on posterior teeth
Keywords:  furnish
To furnish with a cusp or cusps.
Keywords:  codon, emboss, usage, sequence, cds
An EMBOSS application to Create a codon usage table . It reads one or more coding sequences (CDS sequence only) and calculates a codon frequency table. The output file can be used as a codon usage table in other applications.
Is a term which indicates the at-the-money level or current coupon issuance rate for securities. It tends to be used more frequently in the mortgage backed securities business. Also, it is used in options to indicate highly sensitive derivative statistics.