Container

[type theory] In type theory, containers are abstractions which permit various `collection types`, such as lists and trees, to be represented in a uniform way. A (unary) container is defined by a type of shapes S and a type family of positions P, indexed by S. The extension of a container is a family of dependent pairs consisting of a shape...
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Container

The element of the parachute that houses the canopies. Technically, the Harness/Container but usually just referred to as the container
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container

A train, truck, airplane or ship's cargo van used to transport goods. May be refrigerated or controlled-atmosphere unit. Standard sizes 10-, 20-, 24-, 35- and 40-foot units. Also referred to as a Cargo, Intermodal or Van Container.
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container

[n] - something that holds things, especially for transport or storage
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Container

A large cargo-carrying, standard-sized container that can be loaded from one mode of transport to another. The Portastor unit is the Portakabin version of the container, which provides increased security levels.
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Container

Con·tain'er noun One who, or that which, contains.
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container

noun any object that can be used to hold things (especially a large metal boxlike object of standardized dimensions that can be loaded from one form of transport to another)
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Container

• (n.) One who, or that which, contains.
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container

(from the article `basketry`) Baskets are used as transport receptacles; they are made easier to carry by the addition of handles or straps depending on whether the basket is ... Although glass containers for wine and beer are probably 1,600 years old, much of their use began only in the late 17th century. In the United ... Narrow-mo...
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Container

(from the article `Performing Arts`) Numerous films underlined Scandinavia`s reputation for gloom. Sweden contributed Container, a challenging avant-garde exercise from Lukas Moodysson, ...
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Container

[board game] Container is an economic simulation board game for three to five players. The game is themed around the shipping industry, and the primary pieces in the game are shipping containers, hence the name of the game. The players produce, buy, sell, ship and store containers with the general goal of maximizing overall profits. Economi...
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Container

See tag and element.
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Container

A receptacle (such as a box, enclosure) or a formed or flexible covering for the packing or shipment of articles, goods, or commodities. Containers may be constructed of plastic, welded wire, corrugated steel or aluminum. To obtain more information on the features and benefits on materials used to construct containers, please click below: Industria...
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CONTAINER

A van, flatrack, open top trailer or other similar trailer body on or into which cargo is loaded and transported without chassis aboard ocean vessels.; a large rectangular or square container/box of a strong structure that can withstand continuous rough handling from ship to shore and back. It opens from one side to allow cargo to be stacked and st...
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Container

[abstract data type] In computer science, a container is a class, a data structure, or an abstract data type (ADT) whose instances are collections of other objects. In other words; they are used for storing objects in an organized way following specific access rules. The size of the container depends on the number of the objects (elements) ...
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Container

[disambiguation] A container is a basic tool for containing things. Container may also refer to: ==Commerce== == Computing == ==Entertainment== ...
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Container

An enclosed truck body that is usually used to hold and carry imported dimension stone into the United States.
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Container

Any tree that grows in a container. There are two basic types
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CONTAINER

A steel box of a given measurement used for the carriage of goods, often referred to as a TEU (20ft equivalent). Can be a standard container, usually either 6m or 12m in length (20ft or 40ft), a reefer container for refrigerated cargo, a flatrack standard or collapsible container, or an open top container type.
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Container

A container is a basic tool consisting of any device creating a partially or fully enclosed space that can be used to contain, store, and transport objects or materials. Things kept inside of a container are protected by being inside of its structure. The term is most frequently applied to devices made from materials that are durable and at least ...
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container

(1) object that holds other objects. (2) type of object that holds other objects. (3) template that generates types of objects that hold other objects. (4) standard library template such as vector, list, and map. TC++PL 16.2, 16.2.3, 17, D&E 15.3.
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