bat

A file extension for a Batch file (batch as in group or bundle). A text file which contains a set of commands for the operating system.

Bat

Bats are mammals of the order Chiroptera (ə; from the Greek χείρ - cheir, `hand` and πτερόν - pteron, `wing`) whose forelimbs form webbed wings, making them the only mammals naturally capable of true and sustained flight. By contrast, other mammals said to fly, such as flying squirrels, gliding possums, and colugos, can only glide f...
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BAT

Burst Alert Telescope, an instrument on SWIFT
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Bat

• (n.) A sheet of cotton used for filling quilts or comfortables; batting. • (n.) A part of a brick with one whole end. • (n.) A large stick; a club; specifically, a piece of wood with one end thicker or broader than the other, used in playing baseball, cricket, etc. • (n.) One of the Cheiroptera, an order of flying mammals, in ...
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Bat

(Also, Stick) A jockey's whip.
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Bat

(Batt) A piece of brick usually half the full size or smaller
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BAT

(from the article `Holocene Epoch`) A further eustatic rise (of about 10–12 metres) ensued around 7750 , corresponding to a warming of the climate marked by the growth of oak forests in ...
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(from the article `measurement system`) The volumes of the several Hebrew standards of liquid measure are not definitely known; the bat may have contained about 37 litres (nearly 10 U.S. ...
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Bat

- A half-brick.
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bat

1. A large stick; a club; specifically, a piece of wood with one end thicker or broader than the other, used in playing baseball, cricket, etc. ... 2. <chemical> Shale or bituminous shale. ... 3. A sheet of cotton used for filling quilts or comfortables; batting. ... 4. A part of a brick with one whole end. ... <machinery> Bat bolt, a b...
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BAT

: Best Available Techniques, defined under Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC). Note that BAT has many more cost and implementation issues than its predecessor BATNEEC.
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bat

clobber verb beat thoroughly and conclusively in a competition or fight; `We licked the other team on Sunday!`
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bat

noun a club used for hitting a ball in various games
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Bat

[food] Bats are a food source for humans in the Pacific Rim and Asia. Bats are consumed to various degrees in Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Guam, and in other Asian and Pacific Rim countries and cultures. In Guam, Mariana fruit bats (Pteropus mariannus) are considered a delicacy, and a flying fox bat species was made extinct due ...
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Bat

[goddess] Bat was a cow goddess in Egyptian mythology depicted as a human face with cow ears and horns. By the time of the Middle Kingdom, her identity and attributes were subsumed within the goddess Hathor. ==Worship== The worship of Bat dates to earliest times and may have its origins in Late Paleolithic cattle herding. Bat was the chief ...
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Bat

[heraldry] The bat as a heraldic symbol is primarily represented in the coats of arms of certain important towns of the former Crown of Aragon. It appears mostly at the top, above the crown over the shield. ==Origins== The heraldic use of the bat in Valencia, Catalonia and the Balearic Islands has its origins in a winged dragon (vibra or vi...
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Bat

[Lagoon] The Bat is a Vekoma Suspended Family Coaster located at Lagoon Amusement Park in Farmington, Utah, United States. ==History== The Bat debuted at Lagoon Amusement Park on April 16, 2005. Lagoon had hoped to open the Bat on the opening day of the 2005 season on April 9, but the opening was delayed a week. It was built on the site of ...
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Bat

Bat noun [ Siamese.] Same as Tical , noun , 1.
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Bat

Bat (băt) noun [ Middle English batte , botte , Anglo-Saxon batt ; perhaps from the Celtic; confer Ir. bat , bata , stick, staff; but confer also French batte a beater (thing), wooden sword, battre to beat.] 1. A large stick; a club; spec...
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Bat

Bat intransitive verb To use a bat, as in a game of baseball.
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Bat

Bat noun [ Corrupt. from Middle English back , backe , balke ; confer Dan. aften- bakke ( aften evening), Swedish natt- backa ( natt night), Icelandic leðr- blaka ( leðr leather), Icelandic blaka to flutter.] ...
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Bat

Bat transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Batted (băt'tĕd); present participle & verbal noun Batting .] To strike or hit with a bat or a pole; to cudgel; to beat. Holland.
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Bat

A bat is a nocturnal, wing-handed, flying mammals, having the forelimb peculiarly modified so as to serve for flight, and constituting the order Cheiroptera (Chiroptera). Bats are sub-divided into two groups; Megachiroptera (the megabats) and Microchiroptera (the microbats).
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Bat

A brick of half the normal length, used to complete a wall course bond..
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Bat

A half-brick.
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