Glob

[visual system] Globs are millimeter-sized color modules found beyond the visual area V2 in the brain`s color processing ventral (also known as parvocellular) pathway. They are scattered throughout the posterior inferior temporal cortex in an area called the V4 complex. They are clustered by color preference, and organized as color columns....
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glob

glob 1. A small drop; a globule of a liquid. 2. A soft thick lump or mass; such as, a glob of mashed potatoes. 3. An usually rounded quantity or lump of some plastic or moldable substance.
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Glob

Glob is UNIX slang for using wildcards in file names (e.g. using the term *.BAK is known as globbing).
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Glob

Glob is UNIX slang for using wildcards in file names (e.g. using the term *.BAK is known as globbing).
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Glob

People who study hymenoptera (including bees, wasps and ants). ...
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Glob

[programming] In computer programming, in particular in a Unix-like environment, the term globbing is sometimes used to refer to pattern matching based on wildcard characters.{Citation needed|date=July 2010} The noun `glob` is used to refer to a particular pattern, e.g. `use the glob *.log to match all those log files`.{Citation needed|date...
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