CAST

[software] CAST software is an environment which stems from an initial collaboration of Lorenzo Vigentini with the Laboratory for Cognitive Neuroscience and became a more extensive project in collaboration with Drs Brendan McGonigle and Margaret Chalmers (supported by a British Academy Grant) involving the implementation of a new software t
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Cast

The list of characters in a play and the actors who play them. Also, as a verb, to allocate parts to members of a company.
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Cast

[computer programming] The result of the debate was {{1}} Delete all. Xoloz 16:56, 12 November 2006 (UTC) ====User:JarlaxleArtemis/Sandbox==== This nomination includes the following pages: Sandbox subpages of a permanently banned user. These no longer serve any purpose. The last page in particular needs to be deleted because both its title
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Cast

[Mexican band] Cast has been around from the 1970s, specializing on progressive rock, similar to early Genesis. Their music focuses strongly on keyboards, guitars, and vocals. Cast hosts an annual progressive rock festival called Baja Prog in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico featuring bands from around the world. ==Band members== ...
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CAST

acronym: Chinese Academy of Science and Technology
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CAST

Acronym for computer-aided software testing.
Found on http://www.testingstandards.co.uk/living_glossary.htm

Cast

The infill of a fossil mould.
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[adj] - (of molten metal or glass) formed by pouring or pressing into a mold 2. [n] - the distinctive form in which a thing is made 3. [n] - the actors in a play 4. [n] - bandage consisting of a firm covering (often made of plaster of Paris) that immobilizes broken bones while they heal 5. [n] - object formed by a mold 6. [n]
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Cast

reproduction of the mouth in stone or plaster.
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Cast

(Digital cameras and photo printers) When a colour of one type is in excess in a picture, such as too much yellow or red. Often appears if the wrong white balance setting is used.
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Cast

The ability of a bow to project an arrow, the greater the cast the greater the speed and distance the arrow will travel.
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Cast

This is the diameter a wire naturally takes when a length is throw on the floor. It is used as a rough guide as to how the wire is likely to perform in service.
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Cast

Unit that tested an AEW radar (see Cadillac) on an XTBM-3E [US]
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Cast

A form created by pouring liquid material, such as plaster or molten metal, into a mould.
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Cast

a hard plaster or fibreglass shell that moulds to a body part such as an arm and holds it in place for proper healing
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Cast

Cast: 1) A protective shell of plaster and bandage molded to protect a broken or fractured limb as it heals. 2) An abnormal mass of dead cells that forms in a body cavity.
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CAST

Center for Applied Special Technology - creators of Bobby software
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Cast

An image's overall shift in colour at any point in the process, from photography to scanning and image processing. The almost white and almost black areas of an image tend to take on a colour -- often red, blue, or yellow -- and display an unnatural appearance. Abnormal colouring of an image produced by departure from recommended exposure or proces
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Cast

Cast (kȧst) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Cast ; present participle & verbal noun Casting .] [ Confer Danish kaste , Icelandic & Swedish kasta ; perhaps akin to Latin gerere to bear, carry. Eng
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Cast

Cast intransitive verb 1. To throw, as a line in angling, esp, with a fly hook. 2. (Nautical) To turn the head of a vessel around from the wind in getting under weigh. « Weigh anchor, cast to starboard. Totten. » 3. To consider; to turn or r
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Cast

Cast 3d present of Cast , for Casteth . [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Cast

Cast noun [ Confer Icelandic , Dan., & Swedish kast .] 1. The act of casting or throwing; a throw. 2. The thing thrown. « A cast of dreadful dust. Dryden. » 3. The distance to which a thing is or can be thrown. 'About a stone's cast
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<orthopaedics> A molded orthopaedic appliance that may be composed of fibreglass or plaster useful in the immobilisation of a fracture site for the purposes of healing. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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cast

adjective (of molten metal or glass) formed by pouring or pressing into a mold
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cast

cast of characters noun the actors in a play
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