Definitions for "Skeleton"
The bony and cartilaginous framework which supports the soft parts of a vertebrate animal.
The more or less firm or hardened framework of an invertebrate animal.
The framework of anything; the principal parts that support the rest, but without the appendages.
a magically animated undead creature
an undead creature of evil
An animated skeleton is a type of physically manifested undead often found in fantasy, gothic and horror fiction, and mythical art. Most are human skeletons, but they can also be from any creature or race found on Earth or in the fantasy world.
Keywords:  sled, icy, mph, winter, sport
A sled with two runners. The maximum weight of sled and driver cannot exceed 115kg for men and 92kg women.
Head first, face down and hands back, approaching speeds of 80 mph, a skeleton slider races down the icy bobsled tracks of the world. Skeleton was organized in the late 1800's in St. Moritz, Switzerland, and appeared in the 1928 and 1948 Winter Olympics. The sport faded from popularity until the late 1970s when a resurgence started in Europe to bring the sport back to the public eye. Since then, over 20 nations have joined the ranks of skeleton sliding nations, with World Cup and World Championships held annually. The Skeleton sled itself measures three feet in length and 16 inches wide, weighing from 70-115 pounds depending on the sliders body weight. The sleds are made of steel and fiberglass. The slider wears a helmet with a chin guard. A skintight rubber suit is used to increase aerodynamics, and sprinter's spikes are worn for the quick 50-meter start.
winter sport in which athletes sled headfirst down an icy track
The two ended train in a game without spinners (South American term).
The collection of tiles that have been played during the course of a game. The skeleton is normally arranged with tiles touching end to end, stretching lengthwise except when a double is played straddling or crosswise to the line as depicted in the photo at the top of this page. Some games allow new tiles to played only on two ends of the skeleton, other games allow an additional two ends to the skeleton played from the first double that is placed on the skeleton ( see spinner).
Same as Servant
The server-side programming-language code (C++ class) generated for a particular interface by the IDL compiler. Skeletons are abstract, the programmer must derive from the skeleton and add the methods' implementation. Instances of a class that derives from skeleton are servants.
The heads and outline of a literary production, especially of a sermon.
skeletos = dried.
In biology, the skeleton (from Greek σκελετός, "dried-up") or skeletal system is the biological system providing physical support in living organisms. (By extension, non-biological outline structures such as gantries or buildings may also acquire skeletons.)
In mathematics, a skeleton of a category is a subcategory which, roughly speaking, does not contain any extraneous isomorphisms. In a certain sense, the skeleton of a category is the "smallest" equivalent category which captures all "categorical properties". In fact, two categories are equivalent if and only if they have isomorphic skeletons.
A skeleton watch is a timepiece in which much or the entire dial has been eliminated to allow for a greater view of the inner workings of the watch.
Skeleton watch: watch in which the case and various parts of the movement are of transparent material, enabling the main parts of the watch to be seen.
Watch in which the case and various parts of the movement are cut away to reveal the watch's mechanical elements.
Keywords:  evermore, parser, simpler, muds, code
Skeleton is a graphical coding environment to easily create and modify rooms/areas of MUDs basing on the Evermore Core Library .
a basic form of parallelism that builds blocks of parallel code by composing simpler
an analogous piece of code that runs on a server and maps an incoming network call to a language level call on the server
Keywords:  figurines, album, released
Skeleton is an album by Figurines, released in 2005.
Keywords:  unwrapped, lid, set, base
An unwrapped set up base or lid.
Keywords:  forgot, went, diet, stop, person
a person who went on a diet and forgot to stop
A representation of the edges of a polyhedron.
The skeleton for a remote object is a server-side entity that dispatches calls to the actual remote object implementation.
"The object that listens on the network for requests to a specific remote object from a client, then invokes those methods and returns any return value back to the client."
The object-interface-specific ORB component which assists an object adapter in passing requests to particular methods.
Keywords:  rmi, helper, class, generated
a helper class that is generated for RMI to use
Keywords:  battalion, novel, bare, mere, former
something reduced to its minimal form; "the battalion was a mere skeleton of its former self"; "the bare skeleton of a novel"
Keywords:  joyride, belly, gravity, face, powered
A face first, on your belly gravity powered joyride.
Keywords:  die, scrap, adhesive, label, strip
The face material and adhesive layers of a pressure sensitive construction surrounding a die cut label which is typically removed after die cutting.
The strip of stock from a progressive die starting at he point of entry through the last station. Also called stock strip, scrap strip, or carrier strip. Also see web.
a scandal that is kept secret; "there must be a skeleton somewhere in that family's closet"
Keywords:  mate, nothing, axis, planes, part
a part that is nothing more than planes and axis in which you mate
Keywords:  lean, thin, person
A very thin or lean person.
Keywords:  outside, inside, sticking, his, off
a man with his inside out and his outside off
a man with his outside off and his inside sticking out
Keywords:  vector, hash, dimension, tables, keys
a vector of hash-tables containing the cells of a certain dimension as keys
a three-dimensional model showing only the edges and vertices of a three-dimensional shape
a basic shape after all and that's what your drawing is right now, too
Keywords:  installed, frame, sign, wood, metal
The metal or wood frame on which a sign is installed.
n. All the collected electronic records kept on an individual; their electronic identity.
Keywords:  level, high
a high level