frame

A box the user adds to mark an area of a document, e.g. a block of text, a graphic, or a chart that allows the user to easily change its position on a page. When the frame is moved to a new location, space is automatically made for the frame at the new location. Frames can have formatting independent of the master document.

frame

In a TDMA system, like GSM, frames are the fixed-size repeating sequences of data in the TDM bit stream. GSM and other TDMA systems have many overlapping sizes of frames repeating at different intervals. Contrast Frame Relay, which has variable sized frames.

Frame

A list of sampling units.

Frame

Frame is slang for falsely accusing someone of a crime or having someone convicted for a crime they didn't commit.
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frame

A module of text on the World Wide Web, which is used to break up text that is hard to read on a computer screen. The unit of information transferred across a data link.
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Frame

(See also Field). Refers to a composition of lines that make one TV frame. In CCIR/PAL TV system one frame is composed of 625 lines (2 fields of 312.5 lines), while in EIA/NTSC TV system 1 frame is 525 lines (2 fields of 262.5 lines). There are 25 frames/second in the CCIR/PAL and 30 frames /second in the EIA/NTSC TV system.
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frame

[n] - one of a series of still transparent photographs on a strip of film used in making movies 2. [v] - enclose in a frame, as of a picture 3. [v] - enclose in or as if in a frame 4. [v] - formulate in a particular style or language 5. [v] - draw up the plans or basic details for
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Frame

Part of a window that displays self-contained information. Its content can be changed without affecting the other window frames.
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Frame

Frames enable the division of a browser window into independent areas. Each frame can display content in a self-contained page. It is a useful feature for separating browsing menus from contents. Also a HTML tag.
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Frame

1) A division of one second in synchronization and recording coming from definition two.
2) The amount of time that one still picture is shown in film or video.
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Frame

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) A logical grouping of information sent as a link layer unit over a transmission medium.
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Frame

Comprises two interlaced fields producing a complete screen image.
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FRAME

Fault Reporting and Monitoring & Equipment System
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Frame

Main body of a firearm or replica
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Frame

A still two-dimensional image. In computer animation, the term ‘frames per second` (fps) is a measurement of the number of still frames displayed in one second to give the impression of a moving image. For film work, this value is usually 24; for the European PAL broadcast format, 25; and for the US NTSC broadcast format, 30 fps.
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Frame

The peripheral structure of a window or door
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Frame

Set a context or way of perceiving something as in Outcome Frame, Rapport Frame, Backtrack Frame, Out Frame, etc.
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Frame

A sequence of time slots in ISDN. A basic rate interface frame consists of 48 time slots repeated every 250 microseconds.
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FRAME

Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments
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Frame

One individual picture on a roll of film. Also can apply to a object that can be utilised (tree branch, arch, etc.) to frame a subject in composition.
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Frame

Frame transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Framed ; present participle & verbal noun Framing .] [ Middle English framen , fremen , to execute, build, Anglo-Saxon fremman to further, perform, effect, from ...
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Frame

Frame intransitive verb 1. To shape; to arrange, as the organs of speech. [ Obsolete] Judg. xii. 6. 2. To proceed; to go. [ Obsolete] « The bauty of this sinful dame Made many princes thither frame Shak.
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Frame

Frame noun 1. Anything composed of parts fitted and united together; a fabric; a structure; esp., the constructional system, whether of timber or metal, that gives to a building, vessel, etc., its model and strength; the skeleton of a structure. « These are thy glorious works, Parent of goo...
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Frame

Frame noun In games: (a) In pool, the triangular form used in setting up the balls; also, the balls as set up, or the round of playing required to pocket them all; as, to play six frames in a game of 50 points. (b) In bowling, as in tenpins, one of the several innings forming a game...
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frame

1. To construct by fitting and uniting the several parts of the skeleton of any structure; specifically, in woodwork, to put together by cutting parts of one member to fit parts of another. See Dovetail, Halve, v. T, Miter, Tenon, Tooth, Tusk, Scarf, and Splice. ... 2. To originate; to plan; to devise; to contrive; to compose; in a bad sense, to in...
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