Dart

A projectile point hafted to a shaft that utilized a throwing stick or atlatl or blowgun.

dart

a device, similar to a pumpdown ball, used to manipulate hydraulically operated downhole tools.

dart

  1. a small narrow pointed missile that is thrown or shot
  2. a tapered tuck made in dressmaking
  3. a sudden quick movement

DART

(DOD) See Disaster Assistance Response Team.
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dart

(from the article `blowgun`) Darts are the most common blowgun missiles. They are usually made from palm-leaf midribs or from wood or bamboo splinters, and they may vary from 4 ...
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DART

(from the article `Physical Sciences`) ...launched the XSS-11 experimental satellite, which was designed to approach to within 500 m (1,640 ft) of target spacecraft, including several dead ...
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dart

[n] - a small narrow pointed missile that is thrown or shot 2. [n] - a tapered tuck made in dressmaking 3. [v] - run or move very quickly or hastily 4. [v] - move with sudden speed
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Dart

/Darda/Dardel/Dardos See Javelin
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Dart

• (v. t.) To throw suddenly or rapidly; to send forth; to emit; to shoot; as, the sun darts forth his beams. • (n.) Anything resembling a dart; anything that pierces or wounds like a dart. • (n.) A pointed missile weapon, intended to be thrown by the hand; a short lance; a javelin; hence, any sharp-pointed missile weapon, as an arrow...
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dart

noun a tapered tuck made in dressmaking
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Dart

[dinghy] The Dart is a New Zealand one-design 11 foot sailing dinghy. ==History== The Zephyr was designed by Auckland designer Des Townson, in the late 1950s for building in plywood. It is a fast and attractive two person jib headed fractional sloop rigged dinghy Des designed for the Northcote Birkenhead Yacht Club of Auckland, New Zealand....
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Dart

[missile] Darts are missile weapons, designed to fly such that a sharp, often weighted point will strike first. They can be distinguished from javelins by fletching (i.e., feathers on the tail) and a shaft that is shorter and/or more flexible, and from arrows by the fact that they are not of the right length to use with a normal bow. The te...
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Dart

[privateer] The Dart was a privateer sloop out of Saint John, New Brunswick that was a notable privateer during the War of 1812. Dart took 11 prizes in her five month run and two cruises before being captured by an American ship in October 1813. Dart is unique because a logbook of one of its voyages (May 22, 1813 to June 9, 1813) survives a...
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Dart

[programming language] Dart is an open-source Web programming language developed by Google. It was unveiled at the GOTO conference in Aarhus, October 10–12, 2011. The goal of Dart is `ultimately to replace JavaScript as the lingua franca of web development on the open web platform`. Until then, in order to run in mainstream browsers, Dart...
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Dart

[rocketry] A dart is a free flying top of a sounding rocket, and contains the payload. Its form is very aerodynamically designed. After the launch stage burned out the dart is detached and continues to rise only with its own inertia. Some sounding rockets are available both with or without dart. The version without dart is able to transport...
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DART

[satellite] DART, or Demonstration for Autonomous Rendezvous Technology, was a NASA sponsored project with the goal to develop and demonstrate an automated navigation and rendezvous capability in a NASA spacecraft. At the time of the DART mission, only the Russian Space Agency had autonomous space craft navigation. Orbital Sciences Corporat...
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Dart

[sewing] Darts are folds sewn into fabric to help provide a three-dimensional shape to a garment. They are frequently used in women`s clothing to tailor the garment to the wearer`s shape. Two kinds of darts are common in blouses for women: In the early 1950s, the New York City firm of Evan-Picone pioneered the use of darts in the pockets of...
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Dart

Dart intransitive verb 1. To fly or pass swiftly, as a dart. 2. To start and run with velocity; to shoot rapidly along; as, the deer darted from the thicket.
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Dart

Dart noun [ Old French dart , of German origin; confer Old High German tart javelin, dart, Anglo-Saxon dara... , daro... , Swedish dart dagger, Icelandic darra...r dart.] 1. A pointed missile weapon, intended to be thrown by the hand; a short lance; a...
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Dart

Dart transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Darted ; present participle & verbal noun Darting .] 1. To throw with a sudden effort or thrust, as a dart or other missile weapon; to hurl or launch. 2. To throw suddenl...
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dart

1. <zoology> A fish; the dace. See Dace. ... 2. <zoology> Dart sac, a sac connected with the reproductive organs of land snails, which contains a dart, or arrowlike structure. ... (07 Mar 2000) ...
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Dart

A fold of fabric stitched to a point at one end. Used to fit to body curves.
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Dart

A safety device incorporated into many lever escapements to prevent the lever and the roller from getting out of alignment.   The lever carries a pointed prong, the dart itself, between the tines of its fork;  this fits into a curved recess in a second roller, which restrains the fork if it happens
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Dart

A V shaped, tapered adjustment (usually a fold on the inside of the piece) to a pattern to allow for more fullness in the bust area or less fullness in other areas (waist)
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dart

Also known as an arrowhead, a special kind of quadrilateral that has one reflex angle. Related entry • Penrose tiling
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