Space

The lighter element of a barcode usually formed by the background between bars.

space

[n] - an empty area (usually bounded in some way between things) 2. [n] - an area reserved for some particular purpose 3. [n] - one of the areas between or below or above the lines of a musical staff 4. [n] - a blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing 5. [n] - a blank area 6. [n] - the unli...
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Space

The gap between lines on A stave
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Space

The lighter element of a bar code usually formed by the background between the bars
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Space

One of two possible states of a binary information element
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Space

Space (spās) noun [ Middle English space , French espace , from Latin spatium space; confer Greek spa^n to draw, to tear; perhaps akin to English span . Confer Expatiate .] 1. Extension, considered independently of anything which it may con...
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Space

Space intransitive verb [ Confer Old French espacier , Latin spatiari . See Space , noun ] To walk; to rove; to roam. [ Obsolete] « And loved in forests wild to space Spenser.
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Space

Space transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Spaced ; present participle & verbal noun Spacong .] [ Confer French espacer . See Space , noun ] (Print.) To arrange or adjust the spaces ...
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space

1. Extension, considered independently of anything which it may contain; that which makes extended objects conceivable and possible. 'Pure space is capable neither of resistance nor motion.' (Locke) ... 2. Place, having more or ess extension; room. 'They gave him chase, and hunted him as hare; Long had he no space to dwell [in]' (R. Of Brunne) 'Whi...
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space

infinite noun the unlimited expanse in which everything is located; `they tested his ability to locate objects in space`; `the boundless regions of the infinite`
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space

noun a blank area; `write your name in the space provided`
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space

(spās) a delimited area. an actual or potential cavity of the body. the areas of the universe beyond the earth and its atmosphere. adj., spa´tial., adj.
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Space

• (n.) A small piece of metal cast lower than a face type, so as not to receive the ink in printing, -- used to separate words or letters. • (n.) Place, having more or less extension; room. • (n.) Quantity of time; an interval between two points of time; duration; time. • (n.) Walk; track; path; course. • (n.) To walk; to r...
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space

(from the article `mathematics`) ...geometry be regarded as special cases of projective geometry. In each case the common features that, in Klein`s opinion, made them geometries were ...
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space

a boundless, three-dimensional extent in which objects and events occur and have relative position and direction.[23 related articles]
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Space

[Latin American TV channel] Space is an Argentine cable television channel owned by Turner Broadcasting System and Time Warner. It airs movies, series, and television shows. It is headquartered in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It has also an HD version. It is broadcast in most countries of Latin America under several cable television companies. ...
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Space

Space is American slang for to daydream.
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Space

(1) A distance, area, or volume. (2) An infinite three-dimensional area in which objects have relative coordinates to each other. (3) The region beyond the outer limits of the Earth's atmosphere.
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Space

The area occupied by an exhibitor in the exhibition hall.
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space

a transmission medium in which manufactured structures are not used for guiding electromagnetic energy NOTE - For more precise definitions of terms relating to space, see Chapters 705 and 725.
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space

a signal element of space condition and nominal duration of two unit intervals between characters and six unit intervals between words
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space

Where does space begin? 'Space isn't remote at all. It's only an hour's drive away if your car could go straight upwards.' – Fred Hoyle, Observer ( Sep. 9, 1979) 1. (astron.) The part of the Universe lying outside of the limits of Earth`s atmosphere. More generally, the volume in which a...
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Space

In Aristotle, the container of all objects. In the Cambridge Platonists, the sensorium of God. In Kant: the a priori form of intuition of external phenomena. In modern math., name for certain abstract invariant gioups or set's. See Space-Time. -- P.P.W.
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Space

Film is a combination of the spatial and temporal arts. Architecture primarily contends with the enfolding of space and music the temporality of successive moments. Film deals with the temporality of music and two of the three dimensions of architecture. The film medium can bend, shape, manipulate, control, and even restructure these two interactiv...
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space

Type: Term Pronunciation: spās Definitions: 1. Any demarcated portion of the body, either an area of the surface, a segment of the tissues, or a cavity. Synonyms: spatium
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