Definitions for "Ribbon"
Keywords:  joist, strip, band, satin, studs
A fillet or narrow woven fabric, commonly of silk, used for trimming some part of a woman's attire, for badges, and other decorative purposes.
A narrow strip or shred; as, a steel or magnesium ribbon; sails torn to ribbons.
Same as Rib-band.
Keywords:  beater, yolks, beaten, batter, bowl
Used in reference to beating a mixture, usually egg yolks and sugar, until it is thick enough to form a ribbon. Lift the beaters out of the bowl and let the excess mixture drip down into the bowl. When it forms a ribbon shape on top of the mixture in the bowl, it is ready. [] [ A - E ] [ F - L ] [ S - Z
A term used to describe the texture of an egg-and-sugar mixture, that has been beaten until pale and thick. When the whisk or beater is held up over the bowl, the batter falls slowly onto the batter, in a ribbon-like pattern, that disappears after a few seconds.
The term describing the texture of egg yolks which have been beaten with sugar. When beaten sufficiently, the mixture forms a thick "ribbon" when the beater is held up over the bowl. The ribbon makes a pattern atop the batter which disappears into the batter after a few seconds.
Keywords:  satoh, arimi, nagasaku, matsuno, aiko
a single particle that will follow a projectile
Ribbon was a Japanese J-pop group that had three members: Hiromi Nagasaku, Arimi Matsuno and Aiko Satoh. They released their first single on 6 December 1989, and their final album before they disbanded on 18 March 1994.
Keywords:  wax, substrate, label, printhead, tape
Material used with thermal transfer printers producing visible marks on a label (or substrate). A printhead is heated and the ribbon is burned onto the label stock producing the bar code.
A plastic tape with several layers of material, one of which is thermal wax, that when melted, produces the visible marks on the labels installed on a thermal transfer printer.
A cloth or plastic tape coated with several layers of material, one of which is ink-like, that produces the visible marks on a substrate. Two of the most common are resin and wax.
A figure derived from lines. Ribbons may twist to show vorticity.
Multiple fibers organized in a flat array
a flat cane, sometimes twisted, used in crown weights, torsades, and chequer weights.
Keywords:  bengaline, see
To adorn with, or as with, ribbons; to mark with stripes resembling ribbons.
Type of opal pattern with the colour running in stripes.
any long object resembling a thin line; "a mere ribbon of land"; "the lighted ribbon of traffic"; "from the air the road was a gray thread"; "a thread of smoke climbed upward"
A type of loudspeaker in which a current is applied to a thin metal "ribbon" within a magnetic field usually created by two magnets beside the ribbon. The current creates a magnetic field from the ribbon, which will move it within the static magnetic field.
thin conductive diaphragm suspended in strong magnetic gap. Diaphragm vibrates when audio signal is put through it.
Keywords:  waterfall, taller, eighth, bend, wide
A bearing similar to the bend, but only one eighth as wide.
A waterfall much taller than it is wide.
Keywords:  reins, driving
Driving reins.
Keywords:  gymnastics, rhythmic, parts
Ribbon (Rhythmic Gymnastics) is made up of 3 parts.
an award for winning a championship or commemorating some other event
While some clubs give plaques and other prizes for winning dogs, most give a prize ribbon to the winning dog. The ribbon usually bears the name of the club, the name of the stake, and the date. Normally the blue ribbon goes to first place, a red to second place and a yellow to third place.
Keywords:  effortlessly, career, dream, bow, tie
You make friends effortlessly if you dream of a ribbon. Your career will go well if you tie the ribbon into a bow.
Ribbon is a fictional character featured in the Kirby series of video games. Her appearance is in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards.
Keywords:  aircrews, token, combat, ground, forces
a small token to the aircrews and ground forces who have risked their lives in combat
A shelf merchandising technique of arranging size, color, flavor and/or brand vertically on a shelf. See billboard.
The propensity of the glass bundles to "stick" together and act as a strand or end.
Keywords:  punch, clocks, stamp, wear, onto
Most punch time clocks use a ribbon to stamp the date and time onto a punch card. These ribbons can be replaced once they wear out.
Keywords:  silver
A silver.
Keywords:  bitmap, depth, size, images, color
a bitmap, which contains a number of images with same size and color depth
Keywords:  tends, fight, status, effects, cause
a must-have for this fight, since he tends to cause status effects often
a record of wagering activities in a numbers operation