Wishbone

[computer bus] The Wishbone Bus is an open source hardware computer bus intended to let the parts of an integrated circuit communicate with each other. The aim is to allow the connection of differing cores to each other inside of a chip. The Wishbone Bus is used by many designs in the OpenCores project. A large number of open-source designs
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Wishbone

[TV series] Wishbone is a television show which aired from 1995 to 1998 and reruns from 1998 to 2001 in the United States featuring a Jack Russell Terrier of the same name. The main character, the talking dog Wishbone, lives with his owner Joe Talbot in the fictional modern town of Oakdale, Texas. As he tends to daydream about being the lea
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wishbone

[n] - the furcula of a domestic fowl
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Wishbone

Wish'bone` noun The forked bone in front of the breastbone in birds; -- called also merrythought , and wishing bone . See Merrythought , and Furculum .
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wishbone

wishing bone noun the furcula of a domestic fowl
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Wishbone

• (n.) The forked bone in front of the breastbone in birds; -- called also merrythought, and wishing bone. See Merrythought, and Furculum.
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wishbone

(from the article `bird`) ...to the thoracic cavity and a median keel extending ventrally from it. The plate and keel form the major area of attachment for the flight muscles. ... In birds the pectoral girdle is essentially similar to that in reptiles. The precoracoid process forms a stout bar that reaches to the sternum. The ... any...
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Wishbone

A boom composed of two separate curved pieces, one on either side of the sail. With this rig, sails are usually self tending and loose-footed.
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Wishbone

The furcula, which compresses and rebounds like a powerful spring in rhythm to the beat of wings.
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Wishbone

Offensive formation with three running backs. A fullback lines up directly behind the quarterback and two halfbacks line up one yard behind and one yard to either side of the fullback. (The four members of the backfield make a shape resembling a wishbone.) The most common wishbone play is the triple option, in which, depending on what the defense d
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Wishbone

Offensive formation with three running backs. A fullback lines up directly behind the quarterback and two halfbacks line up one yard behind and one yard to either side of the fullback. (The four members of the backfield make a shape resembling a wishbone.) The most common wishbone play is the triple option, in which, depending on what the defense d
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Wishbone

An offensive formation which is used to emphasize gaining yardage by means of running the football. In this formation, the offense uses three backs in addition to the quarterback. It is best used if the offense has a speedy, mobile quarterback.
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Wishbone

A formation involving three running backs lined up behind the quarterback in the shape of a Y, simil
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