Definitions for "Nesting"
In Boolean searching, using parentheses to embed a logical operation within another logical operation, thereby indicating the order in which the logical operators or commands are to be executed by a computer (syntax). In the following example, the Boolean "or" command will be executed first, followed by "not" and then "and." Search statement: children and violence and ((television or media) not cartoon*)
a searching structure that involves using parentheses to insure that Boolean operators are performed in the sequence you intend. This technique allows you to build a complex search using two or more operators (AND, OR, NOT).
using parentheses to group Boolean search terms to specify the order of operations e.g. (cat OR feline) and (health OR care)
A method of reroofing with new asphalt shingles over old shingles in which the top edge of the new shingles is butted against the bottom edge of the existing shingle tab
A method of reroofing by butting the new asphalt shingle up against the bottom of the existing shingle.
Installing a second layer of shingles aligning courses with the original roof to avoid shingle cupping.
Where parts are grouped together on a plate to achieve best fit and hence minimise yield loss.
inside a roll of product or a stack of product - Nesting is when the embossing elements of one layer in the product fit into the embossing elements of the layer below it, similar to the way that bowls are stacked on a shelf, which causes them to take up less space. This is normally a disadvantage in a consumer product. In a roll product, this usually occurs in alternating bands of nesting and anti-nesting, which is described and illustrated in the article "Using Laser Engraving in Tissue Embossing" by Carl Ingalls and Ed Giesler.
A can or pail is tapered so one fits into the other to conserve space when storing or shipping empty container.
The situation in which a directional segment is embedded within another directional segment. It is possible to have more than one level of nesting. A left-to-right number can be nested, for example, within a right-to-left Hebrew text, which itself is nested within a left-to-right English text.
Packing hollow-ware cargo (eg. earthenware bowls) so that one item nests within another. Paper or straw is used to separate each item and avoid damage.
Inserting one component into another – for example, a folded letter into a brochure.
Placement of images or letters in an arrangement to minimize waste of material when cutting. Used mainly in cutting or routing individual letter image backs in metal for channel letters and other electric signs; also seen in vinyl-production software to assemble elements of same color. See also maximum yield.
The way in which SGML subelements may be contained within other elements to create a multilevel document. See also Recursion.
A term used to describe how elements are contained within other elements.
Keywords:  nidifica, nido, che
"che fa il nido, che nidifica"
an urge some women experience at the end of pregnancy to clean and organize the home. Nesting is thought to be an instinct to prepare your home for birth and the baby. These feelings may occur any time during pregnancy, but are usually strongest just before labor.
A behavior that can be a sign of impending labor. An overwhelming, sudden need to prepare for the new baby, cleaning obsessively and feeling energetic are all classified as ‘nesting'.
Keywords:  bundle, edb, subsystem, inquiry, hire
The process of selecting a function outside of the entry/update subsystem, while retaining the data entered. For example, while entering data in a "new hire" bundle, the user may select an Online EDB inquiry function for another employee to compare data values before proceeding with data entry.
Functional specification that assumes separability between bundles of goods, making it possible to separate optimising decisions of agents into several stages.
Keywords:  bibold, italic, correctly
This is correctly nested: bibold and italic/i/b This is not bibold and italic/b/i
Keywords:  tag, hierarchical, proper, set, html
Placing one set of HTML tags within another tag pair, usually resulting in a combination of styles or a hierarchical display (as in lists).
Putting sets of tags within other sets of tags. See Part II.
Use of multiple tags on a piece of text in the proper order. The proper order is first-in, last-out.
Placing two or more pages side-by-side on a roll of printing material to avoid waste.
Placing documents within other documents. Allows a user to access material in a nonlinear fashion, the primary requirement for developing hypertext.
a custom designed experience intended to celebrate or heal the feminine
The process of accurately locating and holding the part in a die or fixture by using gages or the part's form.
The act of building the nest and sleeping in the nest. Preparing for the arrival of eggs and chicks.
Keywords:  bridging, see
See bridging
Keywords:  settle, occupy, build
To build or occupy a nest; settle in.
Nesting refers to the process of efficiently manufacturing parts from flat raw material.
When recording a line or area feature, you will often come across point features which you would like to record. You do not have to complete the whole line or area before returning to record the point features; you can just nest the point within the line or area.
Keywords:  situating, documents
Situating documents within other documents