Definitions for "Shelf"
A flat tablet or ledge of any material set horizontally at a distance from the floor, to hold objects of use or ornament.
A sand bank in the sea, or a rock, or ledge of rocks, rendering the water shallow, and dangerous to ships.
A stratum lying in a very even manner; a flat, projecting layer of rock.
a leading supplier of laminate storage systems which include closet systems, shoe stackers, bookcases, and entertainment storage systems
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a mechanical assembly that houses cards and a backplane
The chassis, or container that houses the internal modular circuitry of the Cisco 6200. The shelf consists of slots that hold each module and a backplane that interconnects all modules.
In iMovie, the area in the upper-right corner of the screen where DV clips are temporarily stored.
area The selection of clips is stored in this area much like a bookshelf. When you import a clip, it will be stored in one of these boxes. To use a clip, drag it to the Clip viewer just like you would take a book off the shelf.
a data structure that is used to store one or more values of a certain type
The shelf is an Options feature of Icon View s, a place for you to put icons that you need to use frequently while working in a particular directory. For example, if the directory contains many files, you might want to place the files you use most frequently on the shelf. Or, if the directory contains many color Showcase slides, you might want to place the icon for a color printer onto the shelf.
A type of new issue registration which allows the issuer some flexibility as to the timing of the issue. (Up to 2 years from filing).
A directory of CICS-related JAR files.
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An application that attaches areas to the outside edge of the screen. You can add plugins to customize these areas, such as a taskbar, launcher, clock, and magnifier.
Keywords:  bagger, see
see bagger.
Short for mantelshelf, essentially the top of a fireplace or mantel
an interesitng concept which I will try to explore in my next visuyalization
a national, standardized medical student exam for a particular rotation, such as pediatrics or internal medicine. Notorious for being more difficult than exams written by individual medical schools.
A decorative structure or an ornamental panel situated above a mantelpiece. These have largely been replaced with other decorative features such as mirrors.
A piece of timber running the whole length of a vessel inside the timberheads.
Keywords:  riser, arrow, rests, cut, part
The part of the riser that is cut out and where the arrow rests.
Element placed horizontally in a piece of furniture
a support that consists of a horizontal surface for holding objects
A flat length of wood or other material that is fixed horizontally at a right angle to a wall and is used for holding things.
a persistent, dictionary-like object
Keywords:  shield, shell
Shell Shield
A frequency response of an equalization circuit where the boost or cut of frequencies forms a shelf on a frequency response graph. A High-Frequency Shelf control will affect signal levels at the set frequency and all frequencies higher than it; a Low-Frequency Shelf control will affect signal levels at the set frequency and all frequencies lower than it.
Keywords:  platform, things, small, placed
a small platform on which things can be placed
an ordered collection of values of a particular type