Definitions for "tape"
Keywords:  cassette, reel, sequential, dlt, glued
to record on audio tape or video tape; -- either directly, at the scene of the action tape, or indirectly, as from a broadcast of the action.
Usually gummed paper in strip form and wound on spools for use.
A storage medium that is used to record audio. Also used to play back music and messages through the sound system.
A narrow fillet or band of cotton or linen; a narrow woven fabric used for strings and the like; as, curtains tied with tape.
Prepreg fabricated in widths up to 12 inches wide for carbon and 3 inches for boron. Cross stitched carbon tapes up to 60 inches wide are available commercially in some cases.
Punched tape used to control NC machines. The narrow paper tape was punched at a teletype machine and then fed into a tape reader on an NC machine. Each possible combination of eight holes or lack of holes across the tape represented a letter or a number.
Keywords:  ticker, dow, jones, tac, tranches
Service which provides quote and volume information for each transaction on the major exchanges. also called ticker tape.
Used in the context of general equities. 1) Service that reports prices and size of transactions on major exchanges -- ticker tape. 2) Dow Jones and other news wires. See consolidated tape.
See: Ticker. TARGETED AMORTIZATION CLASS (TAC): A type of CMO tranche that provides protection from contraction risk through the use of support tranches. These support tranches will absorb prepayment in excess of a targeted amount up to a specified point where the TAC may experience a shorter maturity schedule.
Originally, the item that contained the programming for computer controlled embroidery machines. Today, programs are recorded on computer floppy diskettes. Same as embroidery pattern.
Archaic (rendered largely obsolete by digital technology) means of storing embroidery-design information on a paper (or other medium) tape with holes actually punched through its surface which are then 'read' by an automatic embroidery machine; sometimes used colloquially as a synonym for 'diskette.'
An old term to describe the method of creating an embroidery pattern.
Keywords:  nice, grip, bat, weapon, boffer
This is the type of tape used on hockey stocks, baseball bat grips, etc. It's a cloth tape that give nice grip and is usually used on the hilt of a weapon.
Duct tape is a sturdy fibrous tape designed for sealing duct work. It also makes a very useful protection for the foam of boffer weapons. And it's already the color of metal, how nice.
Usually placed on the handle area of a bat by a player for added grip. Some players are fairly consistent with the pattern, the area, and the materials used in taping a bat, and it may be identified as a Specific Player Use Trait. This is not to be confused with tape that is added after a bat has been cracked to prevent further splitting, or taping of the barrel to dampen ball travel during batting practice.
Keywords:  carton, pad, carpet, blankets, duct
Double faced tape used to adhere carpet within the booth space.
Duct tape is sometimes used on the carpet edges and to secure carpet pad to the floor and carpet and carpet and pad together.
Fiber tape is used for strapping carpet rolls and closing cartons.
See Film.
Tape is a 2001 drama film directed by Richard Linklater and written by Stephen Belber based on his play of the same name. It stars Ethan Hawke, Robert Sean Leonard, and Uma Thurman. The entire film takes place in real-time, in a single motel room, and has a cast of only three characters who argue about their respecetive versions of past events.
Keywords:  fasten, carpentry, encased, label, pvc
To furnish with tape; to fasten, tie, bind, or the like, with tape;
Flexible, usually made of a covered cloth material, about 60" long (152 cm), and has a cover on each end. Markings are on both sides of the tape. This is not to be confused with a measuring tape used in carpentry that is encased in a metal box. A measuring tape for sewing can be kept rolled up in a drawer or hanging on the bulletin board next to the sewing machine.
a long thin piece of cloth or paper as used for binding or fastening; "he used a piece of tape for a belt"; "he wrapped a tape around the package"
a given length when pulled with a certain tension
A length of webbing used to connect the two Karabiners of a Quickdraw.
The borders that runs the length of the field.
Keywords:  tare, late, weight
Tape is late Tare Weight
The Ultrix system supports the TK50 tape drive, which uses TK50-K cartridge tapes. These tapes cost about $21each and store 95 megabytes of data each.
Keywords:  splice, mattress, sewn, joint, rough
See Joint Tape and Splice Tape.
Fabric material that closes over the rough-sewn edge where the top and bottom panels are jointed to the border of a mattress or box spring.
Masking tape is the only tape to be applied to a finished surface or Plexiglas.
Keywords:  seq, entry, alternate, engine, name
an alternate name for the V8SEQ engine. See also the entry for V8SEQ.
a measure of the enormity of information it contains
A register receipt given to a customer detailing the transaction, products, retail prices, coupons and payment.
Keywords:  ribbon, steel, marked, serve, metallic
A tapeline; also, a metallic ribbon so marked as to serve as a tapeline; as, a steel tape.
A pressure sensitive material that has adhesive on one or both sides (See DOUBLE COATED).
Keywords:  chart, bar, portion, white, space
a portion of a price bar chart that has no white space
Keywords:  insulating, wire, cover
to cover (a wire) with insulating tape.
Keywords:  barrier, see
See barrier.
One type of media used to ship the operating system components, and apply changes to the system software
The electronic screen on which the stock exchange transactions show in sequence as they occur.
Keywords:  timing, see
(see: Timing Tape).