Definitions for "Panic"
Extreme or sudden and causeless; unreasonable; -- said of fear or fright; as, panic fear, terror, alarm.
A sudden, overpowering fright; esp., a sudden and groundless fright; terror inspired by a trifling cause or a misapprehension of danger; as, the troops were seized with a panic; they fled in a panic.
By extension: A sudden widespread fright or apprehension concerning financial affairs.
Panic is the band that Dave Mustaine was in before he joined Metallica. The band was created in 1981. It was all chance because all the members were at a place called Slymickers watching another thrash metal band named Metal Might.
Panic is the seventh full-length album by Mx Px It was released on June 6, 2005 (see 2005 in music) internationally and a day later in the United States. This was a breakthrough album when the single "Heard That Sound" proved a minor radio hit. It also featured the blink-182/+44 bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus on "Wrecking Hotel Rooms".
"Panic" is a song by The Smiths. It was released by the band as a single in 1986, reaching #11 in the UK Singles Chart, and did not appear on a regular studio album; it has since been included on several of the band's compilation albums. The song is still performed live by Morrissey in his solo shows.
Keywords:  darn, abbott, thriller, jeff, spies
What a mother goes through when the darn wind-up swing stops.
Panic is a 2005 thriller by Jeff Abbott about an unsuspecting young documentary film maker whose life is turned upside down when he realizes that his parents have been working as spies throughout their lives. One morning his mother phones him and asks him to come to her urgently, but when he arrives at her home she has just been murdered. She is suspected by other spies of having compiled a list containing the names of clients, but it cannot be found anywhere.
Keywords:  ritter, neve, macy, campbell, william
Panic is a 2000 movie, starring William H. Macy, Neve Campbell and John Ritter.
Keywords:  cabel, sasser, steven, shareware, frank
Panic is an Oregon-based software company that specializes in shareware applications for Mac OS. It was founded by Steven Frank and Cabel Sasser.
Panic was part of the EC Comics line during the early 1950s. The bi-monthly humor comic, published by Bill Gaines as a companion to Harvey Kurtzman's Mad. Panic was edited by Al Feldstein (who became the editor of Mad a few years later).
UNIX jargon for a "crash." A panic is really a special kind of a crash. Panics occur when UNIX detects some irreconcilable inconsistency in one of its internal data structures. The kernel throws up its hands and shuts the system down before any damage can be done. As it is going down, it prints a "panic" message on the console.
This zone type is available for use on most control panels. It is recommended that this is used when attaching panic attack buttons to a system. It will generate a full alarm condition, whether the alarm is set or un-set.
transmitter function that allows remote activation of alarm (siren) if owner feels threatened. Also: REMOTE PANIC
Manually activated devices used to summon help. These devices can either be silent or cause the sounders to activate. If silent is desired the system must be monitored.
A plant of the genus Panicum; panic grass; also, the edible grain of some species of panic grass.
a species of neuralgia
A form of crowd behaviour that occurs when a large number of people react with strong emotions and self-destructive behaviour to a real or perceived threat.
a Business Administration Marketing co-operative education student at Conestoga College
Keywords:  flight, fight, reaction, basic
a basic fight or flight reaction
an error code raised by a component in response to a programming error, such as passing an illegal parameter value
Keywords:  exception, run, time
A run time exception.