Definitions for "net"
Keywords:  mesh, ravel, knit, wrought, crocheted
A fabric of twine, thread, or the like, wrought or woven into meshes, and used for catching fish, birds, butterflies, etc.
Anything wrought or woven in meshes; as, a net for the hair; a mosquito net; a tennis net.
To form network or netting; to knit.
A figure made up of a large number of straight lines or curves, which are connected at certain points and related to each other by some specified law.
a 2-dimensional representation or model of a 3-dimensional figure or solid which may be obtained by unfolding the figure to show all of its faces
A plane polygon with diagonals which can be folded up into a polyhedron, sometimes in more than one way.
A player’s final score after he subtracts his handicap.
Score of a player after his handicap has been applied.
A players final score after he subtracts his handicap.
An independent set of circuit nodes on a schematic that are connected together to define an isolated circuit. Each net is given a unique (alphanumeric) name to differentiate it from the other nets in the schematic.
A net weighted around the edges and with a trailing rope for control, customarily folded in such a manner that, when thrown, it twirled and enabled users to perform disarm, parry, and pin maneuvers.
1. A net is a logical connection between two or more symbol instance pins. After routing, the abstract concept of a net is transformed to a physical connection called a wire. 2. A net is an electronic connection between components or nets. It can also be a connection from a single component. It is the same as a wire or a signal.
The microsoft strategy that includes methods and applications for designing and building complex applications and Web services.
A software platform (i.e. software upon which other software runs); includes a definition for a Common Language Interface and APIs; created by Microsoft Corporation and partly standardized by the ECMA
NET is Microsoft's strategy for delivering software as a service. It includes .NET infrastructure and tools to build and operate a new generation of services, .NET user experience to enable rich clients, .NET building block services and .NET device software to enable a new generation of smart Internet devices. See also .NET framework, Visual Studio .NET More at
Without spot; pure; shining.
Free from extraneous substances; pure; unadulterated; neat; as, net wine, etc.
Not including superfluous, incidental, or foreign matter, as boxes, coverings, wraps, etc.; free from charges, deductions, etc; as, net profit; net income; net weight, etc.
The internet; -- usually the net; as, I found it on the net.
In the Internet's Domain Name System, the top-level domain that identifies addresses of network providers. The designation .net appears at the end of the address.
A commonly used abbreviation for the Internet.
Keywords:  puck, soccer, nylon, draped, goal
a goal lined with netting (as in soccer or hockey)
The fabric netting attached to the goal cage to trap the puck when a goal is scored.
the goal; netting attached to the goalposts and frame of the goal to trap the puck when a goal is scored.
(fr. reseau, old fr. rets): in one Scotch coat a fisherman's net occurs, but it is suggested by heralds that the term fret, or rather fretty, should be used to represent the nets. The field a sea proper, a net argent suspended from the dexter chief point and the sinister fesse point to the base; in chief two and in base three herrings entangled in the net--Burgh of INVERERA, Scotland. Sable, fretty[otherwise a fret] argent--HARINGTON.
National Electrochemical Training
New equipment training. Training to transfer knowledge gained during materiel development to trainers, users, and support personnel during development and fielding of new equipment. It has the purpose of training unit soldiers and leaders on how to operate, maintain, and tactically employ the new equipment. Numbers and type of personnel and units to be trained are determined on a system-by-system basis during the NET planning process.
Non-Traditional Employment and Training
Keywords:  tennis, badminton, hit, taut, strung
game equipment consisting of a strip of netting dividing the playing area in tennis or badminton
The 3-foot barrier which divides the two sides of the court. To "play the net" means to attack your opponent by positioning yourself close to the net and hitting the ball before it bounces.
A ball that hits the net.
Norme Europeenne de Telecommunications NMT
Keywords:  snare, catch, entrap, fish, trap
Anything designed or fitted to entrap or catch; a snare; any device for catching and holding.
a trap made of netting to catch fish or birds or insects
catch with a net; "net a fish"
Keywords:  badb, husband
Badb’s husband
Keywords:  wile, stratagem, capture, take
To take in a net; to capture by stratagem or wile.
Keywords:  norethisterone, see
See: norethisterone
Neuro Emotional Technique. Method purported to correct disease-causing subluxations that result from negative emotions that "lock in" a "neuro emotional complex (N.E.C)."
The potential energy available in a fuel as received, taking into account the energy loss in evaporating and superheating the water in the fuel. Equal to the higher heating value minus 1050W where W is the weight of the water formed from the hydrogen in the fuel, and 1050 is the latent heat of vaporization of water, in Btu, at 77 degrees Fahrenheit.
Data transfer file between FAPS and EM. Proprietary format of InSpeck.
Keywords:  elution, tic, ion, profile, algorithm
Normalized Elution Time. NETs are generated from a simple curve-fitting algorithm that normalizes the total ion current (TIC) profile against a reference version.
Keywords:  pacbell, mci, com, org, forth
Originally set forth for net work providers, it is now synonymous with .com
Another domain name like .org and .com
Networks (some networks, like MCI, still use ".com")
Nuclear Excellence Team. is a organization of several well-qualified senior people whose mission is "To improve plant performance through the use of performance-based self-assessments within the NPG (Nuclear Power Generation) organization." The Team is augmented by at least one other PG&E and one outside individual with expertise appropriate to the particular investigation.
Structure in which the superstructure is made of netting which forms a slack surface against which forces are exerted
work et IQUETTE. Originated in Usenet Conventions covering acceptable behavior. Used especially in group contexts--such as listservs and Usenet.
Keywords:  clns, hop, osi, entity, iso
Network Entity Title. An OSI reference that refers to the next hop. In general, the NET is network address of the network layer itself.
network address translation
network entity title. Network addresses, defined by the ISO network architecture, and used in CLNS-based networks.
Keywords:  inclose, tree, cover
To inclose or cover with a net; as, to net a tree.
To produce or gain as clear profit; as, he netted a thousand dollars by the operation.
make as a net profit; "The company cleared $1 million"
yield as a net profit; "This sale netted me $1 million"
The domain that was originally designated for Network/Networking Service Providers.
The top-level domain for networks or network-providing entities. However, now any person or organization may now register a domain name in .net.
A domain that is assigned to a network.
Keywords:  hone, batsman, batting, bowling, far
a practice area for batting and bowling, consisting of a pitch closely surrounded by netting to restrict the ball from travelling too far. a session of practice in a net. The batsman need to have a net to hone his skills.
Keywords:  korean, four
Korean, Four.
Keywords:  trapeze, aerial, flying, safety, acts
used as a safety device in flying trapeze and other aerial acts
A list rental agreement in which, after merge/purge (see definition), the renter pays only for the names that are not already on the renter's file.
conclusive in a process or progression; "the final answer"; "a last resort"; "the net result"
Radio Network
A number of Communications Stations, which may be computers, radios or other equipment which are linked by either physical or ethereal means. The manner in which a computer network is linked depends on its Topology. See also Radio Net.
Keywords:  hasn't, defined, term
This term hasn't been defined yet
Keywords:  noon, temperature, effective
Noon Effective Temperature
Keywords:  taken, triple, wholesale, tax, quote
Lease A lease in which the tenant pays, in addition to rent, certain costs associated with a leased property, including property taxes, insurance premiums, repairs, utilities, and maintenance. There are also "net-net" (double net) and "net-net-net" (triple net) leases, depending upon the degree to which the tenant is responsible for operating costs.
the amount after tax has been taken off.
indicates a sum of money from which certain amounts have already been taken away.
Pleasant and refreshing wine, without a "false" taste
See Network Equipment Technologies.
The result of two or more amounts being combined. For example, net sales is equal to gross sales minus sales returns, sales allowances, and sales discounts. The net realizable value of accounts receivable is the combination of the debit balance in accounts receivable and the credit balance in the allowance for doubtful accounts. The book value of equipment is also a net amount: the cost of the equipment minus the accumulated depreciation of the equipment. To Top
Keywords:  sagging, green, thing, middle, table
That green thing in the middle of the table which is sagging.
An organization of stations capable of direct communications with each other using a common frequency or channel.
Organization of stations capable of direct communications on a common channel, often on a definite schedule.
reserve. For an insurance company, any reserve that is developed without explicitly taking into consideration an insurer's product-related expenses. A reserve developed using a net reserve valuation method. Contrast with gross reserve.
the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)
Keywords:  inches, basket, hangs, stretches, rim
The net is 6 inches high and stretches the width of the table.
The cord, 15 to 18 inches long, that hangs from the rim of the basket.
Keywords:  traverses, tied, loop, manner, complex
A collection of traverses, usually tied together in a manner more complex than a simple loop.
Keywords:  metric, space, denoted, sub, sequence
A sub set of a metric space is called -net if for any point in there is a point in on the distance
net in a space is a map from a directed set to . A net from to is usually denoted (), where α is in an index variable ranging over . Every sequence is a net, taking to be the directed set of natural numbers with the usual ordering.
Keywords:  gain, acquisition, loss, sale, proceeds
The gain or loss on a security sale as measured by the selling price of a security less the adjusted cost of acquisition.
The gain or loss from the sale of a security--that is, the difference between the cost to purchase and the sale proceeds.
an electrically conductive path between two endpoints
Keywords:  let, horses, drawing, above, down
used for letting down and drawing up horses.
Same as a Let call (see above).
The weight of goods excluding exterior packing (case, etc.).
Keywords:  trends, emission, national, data
National Emission Trends data
Keywords:  silk, style
To make into a net; to make in the style of network; as, to net silk.
a computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks that use the TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange
Net adjusted present value Net advantage of refunding
Keywords:  shape, flat, package, sheet, form
the shape formed by a package when opened out flat.
the 2D shape or development of a 3D product in sheet form
Gateways and other administrative hosts for a network (it does not mean all of the hosts in a network). One such gateway is
Net value measures the liquid value of an asset after being adjusted for expenses,...
total income, considering expenses.
Keywords:  margin, investment, interest
net interest margin net investment
Keywords:  update, view, fix, options, list
Update, fix or view the NETwork or network settings. Too many options to list here.
Asset Value - The total market value of a fund's assets divided by the number of shares of the fund outstanding.
Keywords:  agencies
network agencies
Keywords:  resources
Network resources (U.S.?)
Separates the two different playing zones.
Keywords:  issues, related
networking related issues
Keywords:  supports, programming
Supports .NET programming
Keywords:  short, see
Short for network. See network.
Keywords:  providers
Network Providers Anyone
Keywords:  terms, see
See Terms.