Definitions for "Tapestry "
A fabric, usually of worsted, worked upon a warp of linen or other thread by hand, the designs being usually more or less pictorial and the stuff employed for wall hangings and the like. The term is also applied to different kinds of embroidery.
To adorn with tapestry, or as with tapestry.
a heavy, decorative, woven, jacquard fabric with various color filling threads . Used for upholstery , draperies, vests.
A great, multi-level garden in the city of Vaulstav Targ Hound A powerfully built species of canine creature native to Aggradar. Tarset Independent city in the Age of Dawning.
Tapestry is a ground-breaking pop album by singer-songwriter Carole King, released in 1971. It features King's well-crafted, heartfelt songs sung in her honest, personal voice with minimal production by Lou Adler. It has earned a spot as one of the quintessential recordings of the rock era.
Keywords:  picard, samaritan, snare, centric, trek
Tapestry is an episode of season six of Star Trek: The Next Generation. It is a follow-up episode to the Picard-centric events shown in the season two episode "Samaritan Snare".
textbox timestamping transaction tuning
Tapestry is a distributed hash table which provides a decentralized object location, routing, and multicasting infrastructure for distributed applications. It is composed of a peer-to-peer overlay network offering efficient, scalable, self-repairing, location-aware routing to nearby resources.
A proprietary segmentation and profiling system developed by ESRI Corporation.  Used for: Profiling, Trade Area Analysis
Tapestry is a rich, component-based object model for developing dynamic, robust, highly interactive Web applications. Applications are constructed in terms of Java objects, methods and properties, instead of URLs and query parameters. It builds and interprets all URLs, dispatching directly to application-specific "listener" methods.
Keywords:  revised, womb, last, inside, runs
runs inside some other womb. On 2006-02-15, I determined it was last revised in 2006-01-06.
An Apple Macintosh application that allows users to create and edit Web documents without learning Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). See also Personal Page.