Definitions for "Serpentine"
A mineral or rock consisting chiefly of the hydrous silicate of magnesia. It is usually of an obscure green color, often with a spotted or mottled appearance resembling a serpent's skin. Precious, or noble, serpentine is translucent and of a rich oil-green color.
a soft green or brownish red mineral with patterns similar to those of a snake's skin
It is a hydrous magnesium silicate of the igneous origin, which isgenerally a very dark green colour with markings of white, light green or black. One of the hardest varieties of natural building stone.
Having a compound curve, the central curve being convex
two cyma curves; characteristic of Hepplewhite and various French styles, and utilized in drawer and door fronts.
A compound curve with convex center and two concave ends.
a lake in London's Hyde Park popular for boating, sailing, and even swimming
The Serpentine is a lake in Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, London. It was formed in 1730 when Queen Caroline, wife of George II, ordered the damming of the River Westbourne in Hyde Park. At that time, the Westbourne formed eleven natural ponds in the park.
Keywords:  wiggly
Wiggly like a serpent.
Keywords:  gstreamer, flac, ubuntu, ogg, gnome
Serpentine is a GNOME-based audio CD authoring application, installed by default in Ubuntu. Like most GNOME applications, it uses the GStreamer multimedia framework. It is capable of burning audio files in many formats, including FLAC, WAV, and OGG.
Resembling a serpent; having the shape or qualities of a serpent; subtle; winding or turning one way and the other, like a moving serpent; anfractuous; meandering; sinuous; zigzag; as, serpentine braid.
resembling a serpent in form; "a serpentine wall"; "snaky ridges in the sand"
A kind of ancient cannon.
This stone is projective and promotes protection. Seals in ancient Assyria were made so the gods and goddesses would send double blessings. Its other use is to ward off poisonous creatures. Think about the fact when we leave our artificial environments we are subjected to nature in all its manifestations, including stinging creatures. Wearing serpentine you can prevent the misfortune of being stung.
Mg6Si 10(OH). A product of the hydrothermal alteration of olivine and pyroxene.
altered peridotite.
Keywords:  matchlock, firearm, pivoted, lever, pan
Of a matchlock firearm, an "S" shaped lever, pivoted in the middle. A slow burning match is inserted into the upper portion so that pressure on the lower portion (trigger) will bring the match into contact with the priming powder in the pan.
A magnetic tape storage scheme in which data are recorded serially in tracks.
An efficient recording method that records one track with the tape running in one direction, the next lowest track with the tape running the opposite direction, and so on. server A computer deliberately devoted to sharing its files and resources, such as discs and printers, with other computers on the network.
a bi-directional recording scheme; recording of one track in a forward direction is followed by recording the next track in a reverse direction
Keywords:  centerline, horse, pace, series, loops
School movement in which the horse, at any pace, moves down the center of the school in a series of equal-sized loops.
Series of half circles and straight lines crossing from one side of the centerline to the other, requiring a change of direction each time the horse passes over it.
Wavy line impressed into paper between stamps in place of perforations, allowing for separation.
possessing a compound curvature
Keywords:  grooved, belts, flat, drives, replaces
A flat, grooved belt that drives several components. A single serpentine belt typically replaces several individual belts.
To serpentize.