ORB

Object Request Broker [Microsoft]

orb

  1. the ball-shaped capsule containing the vertebrate eye
  2. any object with a spherical shape

Orb

A sphere or spherical object.
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Orb

• (n.) A body of soldiers drawn up in a circle, as for defense, esp. infantry to repel cavalry. • (n.) A blank window or panel. • (n.) A sphere of action. • (n.) A spherical body; a globe; especially, one of the celestial spheres; a sun, planet, or star. • (n.) A circle; esp., a circle, or nearly circular orbit, described b...
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ORB

(In topic `Middleware & EAI`) ORB (Object Request Broker) is the middleware that establishes the client-server relationships between objects and provides interoperability between applications on different machines in heterogeneous distributed environments.
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Orb

[astrology] In astrology, the orb is how much an angle made by two points differs from the exactness of an aspect. A trine, for instance, is 120 degrees. If two points were 123 degrees apart, they would be said to be in a trine with an orb of 3 degrees. It is generally held in astrological delineation that the larger the orb, the less power...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orb_(astrology)

ORB

[feature descriptor] ORB (Oriented FAST and Rotated BRIEF) is a fast robust local feature detector, first presented by Ethan Rublee et al. in 2011, that can be used in computer vision tasks like object recognition or 3D reconstruction. It is based on the visual descriptor BRIEF (Binary Robust Independent Elementary Features) and the FAST ke...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ORB_(feature_descriptor)

Orb

[Kinzig] Orb (Kinzig) is a river of Hesse, Germany. ...
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Orb

[river] The Orb is a 145 km long river in the Herault département of Southern France that flows into the Mediterranean Sea, in Valras-Plage. The river flows through the towns Bédarieux and Béziers, where it is crossed by the canal du Midi on the Orb Aqueduct. In ancient times, the Orb was crossed at Capestang by the 1500 m long Roman Pon...
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Orb

[software] Orb is freeware streaming software that enables users to remotely access all their personal digital media files including pictures, music, videos and television. It can be used from any Internet-enabled device, including laptops, pocket PC, smartphones, PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii video game consoles. In 2013, Orb Networks, Inc. announ...
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Orb

Orb intransitive verb To become round like an orb. [ Poetic] « And orb into the perfect star.» Tennyson.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/O/28

Orb

Orb noun [ Old French orb blind, from Latin orbus destitute.] (Architecture) A blank window or panel. [ Obsolete] Oxf. Gloss.
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Orb

Orb transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Orbed ; present participle & verbal noun Orbing .] 1. To form into an orb or circle. [ Poetic] Milton. Lowell. 2. To encircle; to surround; to inclose. [ Poetic] &...
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Orb

a globe of gold encircled by a band (equator), edged with pearls, and set with rubies, emeralds and sapphires, joined by a band (meridian) arching across the top and surmounted by large ametist above which is a jeweled cross. A part of coronation regalia, it is placed in the left hand of the Sovereign during the coronation as a symbol of Kingly pow...
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Orb

A photographed (not seen at time of photo) anomaly that, in theory, represents an ongoing 'spirit' of a deceased person. It appears as a ball of light and may occasionally seem to be moving. This is a highly controversial subject since there are many reasonable circumstances that identify this as environmental (dust, rain, snow, dirty lens, insects...
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Orb

an area around a planet or aspect wherein it may be said that the aspect is operative; orbs can be defined closely or widely, and do not have fixed or definite cut-off points.
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orb

emblem of royal power, usually made of precious metal and jewels and consisting of a sphere surmounted by a cross. The ball as a symbol of the ...
Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/o/26

Orb

In architecture, orb is a former term for a blank window or panel.
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ORB

Object Request Broker
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orb

orb A spherical body; especially, the eyeball. A sphincter is a circular muscle constricting an orifice. In normal tonic condition, it closes the orifice; that is, the muscle must relax to allow the orifice to open.
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Orb

The number of degrees by which an aspect may vary from partile (exactness) and remain effective.
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Orb

The space on the chart wheel measured in degrees, between planets and points, by which an aspect may
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