Definitions for "ROPE "
A large, stout cord, usually one not less than an inch in circumference, made of strands twisted or braided together. It differs from cord, line, and string, only in its size. See Cordage.
A row or string consisting of a number of things united, as by braiding, twining, etc.; as, a rope of onions.
Any cord of more than one inch circumference or any twisting of fibers to make large cord
ROPE is template engine that allows developers to separate the static and dynamic parts a Website. It features template files that are editable as normal HTML files, and effectively acts as a simple text processor which inserts, replaces, and ignores blocks of text.
To bind, fasten, or tie with a rope or cord; as, to rope a bale of goods.
To connect or fasten together, as a party of mountain climbers, with a rope.
(or Rope Funnel) - a narrow, often twisted condensation funnel usually associated with the decaying stage of a tornado
A narrow, often contorted condensation funnel usually associated with the decaying stage of a tornado. See rope stage.
Rope (1948) is an Alfred Hitchcock classic film notable for its single location covered in what appeared to be one continuous shot. It is based on the play Rope by Patrick Hamilton, which was said to be in turn inspired by the real-life murder of a young boy in 1924 by two University of Chicago students named Leopold and Loeb. Hamilton though always denied the link between his play and the case.
Keywords:  lasso, cow, noose, horse, curbing
To lasso (a steer, horse).
To prevent from winning (as a horse), by pulling or curbing.
A running noose. To catch a cow with the noose.
Keywords:  climb, djembe, exclamation, obe, yelled
A OBE projection exit technique, using Awareness Hands to climb an imaginary Rope. Also see: Awareness Hands, Tactile Imaging.
An exclamation yelled when a rope is being thrown toward the base of a climb or being pulled from below through anchors at the top of a climb.
Using strong natural fibers, boating rope, or mountain climbing rope, and rings, the djembe head is tightly mounted on the shell. Prior to ropes and rings wooden sticks were used to "nail" the skin into the shell.
Narrow metallic strips of various lengths which, when dropped from aircraft, created false signals on enemy radarscopes. OSE -- Allied landing at Tuleer, Madagascar (29 September 1942) OSEBUD -- Samar, P.I. OSELIN -- Stettin Bay, New Britain OSEMONT -- Rein Bay, New Britain OSES -- Efate, New Hebrides Islands OSEWOOD -- Alokun Island, Solomon Islands
a guideline to the island beyond the water
A schedule for releasing raw materials to the shop floor. Derived as a function of the drum and buffer, it assures proper subordination to the drum.
In the theory of constraints' drum-buffer-rope system, the rope consists of the minimum set of instructions to ensure that (1) nonconstraint resources are used (and not overactivated or misallocated); and (2) material is released into the system and flows to the buffers in a way that supports the planned overall system throughput.
Made of two main types of materials, usually interwoven with wool to make a Sally. It is the only thing that is used to control the bell in Full Circle Ringing.
a long thing in most cases
a useful thing to have with you when you go on holidays
A python refactoring library and IDE. The IDE uses the library for providing features like refactorings and coding assists.
ROPE or Remote Object Proxy Engine is a set of COM components (rope.dll) that assist in building SOAP messaging into applications. More at
An obsolescent appliance for reminding assassins that they too are mortal. It is put about the neck and remains in place one's whole life long. It has been largely superseded by a more complex electrical device worn upon another part of the person; and this is rapidly giving place to an apparatus known as the preachment.
If the rope was rolled up, you will finish the difficult project you are currently working on. If you unroll it, you are about to start a whole new part of your life.
Keywords:  sanitaire, cordon, bad
a bad Cordon Sanitaire
To be formed into rope; to draw out or extend into a filament or thread, as by means of any glutinous or adhesive quality.
To draw, as with a rope; to entice; to inveigle; to decoy; as, to rope in customers or voters.
Keywords:  outfield, hit, ran, boundary, perimeter
A hard line drive hit by a batter. Also "frozen rope."
Used to mark the perimeter of the field. If the ball crosses or hits the rope, a boundary will be signalled
a thick rope used to mark the boundary of the field. The ball ran through the outfield and hit the rope.
A long thin cylinder of clay. A log is normally thicker and a string would be thinner. You can roll ropes of clay by hand or extrude them from a clay gun. Sculpey III A brand of polymer clay. It is a good beginners clay although it is a bit soft for some techniques.
a much more natural data structure, and if you want to handle undo operations cleanly, a functional data structure also has a lot of advantages (even in an imperative language)
The cables stretched between the turnbuckles.
Keywords:  flunitrazepan, street, names
street names for flunitrazepan
Refers to the texture of a brushed finish where the paint did not level well. The extreme "brushiness" of a paint finish.
Keywords:  trump, suit, run
a run of A-10-K-Q-J in the trump suit
Keywords:  boathouse, boat, say, line, bring
Material used to make lines and ropework. You might say, "Bring me a piece of rope from the boathouse to replace this line."
a strong line
What a line is called before it is taken onto a boat. See line.
To partition, separate, or divide off, by means of a rope, so as to include or exclude something; as, to rope in, or rope off, a plot of ground; to rope out a crowd.
Keywords:  rudder, rigging, navigation, parts
Rigging , Parts Rudder Parts , Navigation
a set of threads that can be created and each assigned a task (such as a loop iterate) with minimal overhead
Keywords:  cube, ame, height, travelers, reach
are flexible/ dependent/ have a strong bond with you/ reach out to you/ are travelers ame height as CUBE are your equals
Keywords:  idea, better, little, experience, good
a better idea
a good idea for those with little experience
Keywords:  birds, intestines, small
The small intestines; as, the ropes of birds.