Traps

Traps is slang for personal effects, belongings.
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Traps

Traps is slang for personal effects, belongings.
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Traps

Removable areas of the stage floor that allow access to the area underneath the stage. Special purpose traps are grave traps, dip traps and star traps.
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Traps

Abbreviation for trapezius muscles, the largest muscle of the back and neck that draws the head backwards and rotates the scapula.
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Traps

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) Unsolicited messages sent by an SNMP agent to a network management system that indicate the occurrence of a significant event.
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Traps

Abbreviation for trapezius muscles, the largest muscles of the back and neck that draw head backward and rotate scapula.
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Traps

• (n. pl.) Small or portable articles for dress, furniture, or use; goods; luggage; things.
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TRAPS

Type: Term Definitions: 1. Tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-receptor associated periodic syndrome; constellation of disease characterized by prolonged attacks of high fever and severe localized inflammation.
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Traps

Abbreviation for trapezius muscles, the largest muscles of the back and neck that draw head backward and rotate scapula.
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Traps

Abbreviation for trapezius muscles, the largest muscle of the back and neck that draws the head back
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Traps

A part of the stage floor that can open and close, allowing performers or objects to appear or disappear from the stage.
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