column

i. A vertical bar of cells in a table or spreadsheet. ii. In word processing, a column is a text format which allows 2 or more paragraphs of text to flow side by side. A vertical line can appear on the screen to show the position of the column but is not printed.

column

Vertical support, circular in cross-section. In their pioneering orders of architecture (see box opposite), the ancient Greeks introduced three distinct styles -Doric, Ionic and Corinthian - and the Romans later added the Tuscan and Composite orders. All of these orders are seen reproduced in furniture, furnishings and decorative objects. See also …...

Column

[data store] A column of a distributed data store is a NoSQL object of the lowest level in a keyspace. It is a tuple (a key-value pair) consisting of three elements: ==Usage== The column is used as a store for the value and has a timestamp that is used to differentiate the valid content from stale ones. According to the CAP theorem, distrib...
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Column

In architecture, a column is an upright support in a building, usually of stone, with a decorated base and capital.
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column

Type: Term Pronunciation: kol′ŭm Definitions: 1. An anatomic part or structure in the form of a pillar or cylindric funiculus. 2. A vertical object (usually cylindric), mass, or formation. Synonyms: columna
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Column

Pillar (circular section).
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column

A cylindrical support, usually structural but often decorative.
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Column

a column is a tall, circular shaft for either decoration or structural support; there are three different kinds of columns that were used in Ancient Greece and Rome; the Doric column is the simplest: it has no base, a simple shaft and the top of the column – the capital – is a square on top of a circle; the Ionic column was usually lo...
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column

[n] - anything tall and thin approximating the shape of a column or tower 2. [n] - a linear array of numbers one above another 3. [n] - a line of (usually military) units following one after another 4. [n] - an article giving opinions or perspectives 5. [n] - a vertical glass tube used in column chromatography 6. [n] - a ...
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Column

A pillar, usually of round cross-section but sometimes square or octagonal, used to support the roof of a building, porch, or portico.
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column

In architecture, a structure, round or polygonal in plan, erected vertically as a support for some part of a building. Cretan paintings reveal the existence of wooden columns...
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Column

A vertical member carrying axial compression load and possibly bending moment and shear.
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Column

An upright structural member of round or polygonal section, consisting of a shaft crowned by a capital. See also engaged column. and PIER.
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Column

In architecture: A perpendicular supporting member, circular or rectangular in section, usually consisting of a base, shaft, and capital. In engineering: A vertical structural compression member which supports loads acting in the direction of its longitudinal axis.
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Column

One of the structural elements of a classical building, a tall, circular-section object supporting the upper part of the building. Related Words: Classical
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Column

An upright cylindrical support, usually structural and often also decorative. Columns usually consist of a base at the bottom, a round shaft tapering toward the top, and a capital. The shaft may consist of several blocks of stone, called drums. A half-column is attached to a wall and does not bear weight. Freestanding columns are not often found in...
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Column

Col'umn noun [ Latin columna , from columen , culmen , from cellere (used only in comp.), akin to English excel , and probably to holm . See Holm , and confer Colonel .] 1. (Architecture) A kind of pillar; a cylindrical ...
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column

<plant biology> The lower part of an awn in grasses, when distinctly different in form from the upper part, a structure (a gynostemium) in orchids which extends above the ovary of a flower and incorporates stigma, style and stamens. ... (15 Jan 1998) ...
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column

pillar noun (architeture) a tall cylindrical vertical upright and used to support a structure
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column

editorial noun an article giving opinions or perspectives
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column

noun a line of (usually military) units following one after another
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column

noun a vertical glass tube used in column chromatography; a mixture is poured in the top and washed through a stationary substance where components of the mixture are adsorbed selectively to form colored bands
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column

pillar noun anything tall and relatively thin that approximates the shape of a column or tower; `the test tube held a column of white powder`; `a tower of dust rose above the horizon`; `a thin pillar of smoke betrayed their campsite`
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column

(kol´әm) an anatomical part or other structure that resembles a pillar.
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Column

• (n.) A perpendicular set of lines, not extending across the page, and separated from other matter by a rule or blank space; as, a column in a newspaper. • (n.) Anything resembling, in form or position, a column in architecture; an upright body or mass; a shaft or obelisk; as, a column of air, of water, of mercury, etc.; the Column Vendo...
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