sampler

An embroidered panel of fabric sewn as a reference for, or as a demonstration of, a range of different stitches. By the 18thC most samplers were sewn by children, following patterns out of books. They typically incorporate letters, numbers, a short poem or motto, the name and age of the child and the date.

sampler

a device attached to pipeline to permit continuous sampling of the oil, gas, or product flowing in the line.

sampler

[n] - an assortment of various samples 2. [n] - a piece of embroidery demonstrating skill with various stitches
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Sampler

• (n.) One who makes up samples for inspection; one who examines samples, or by samples; as, a wool sampler. • (n.) A pattern; a specimen; especially, a collection of needlework patterns, as letters, borders, etc., to be used as samples, or to display the skill of the worker.
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sampler

noun a piece of embroidery demonstrating skill with various stitches
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Sampler

[musical instrument] A sampler (or, in the case of only playback, called sample player or Rompler) is an electronic musical instrument similar in some respects to a synthesizer but, instead of generating sounds, it uses recordings (or `samples`) of sounds that are loaded or recorded into it by the user and then played back by means of the s...
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Sampler

[needlework] A (needlework) sampler is a piece of embroidery produced as a demonstration or test of skill in needlework. It often includes the alphabet, figures, motifs, decorative borders and sometimes the name of the person who embroidered it and the date. The word sampler is derived from the Latin ‘exemplum’ - an example. == History ...
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Sampler

[Plumb EP] Sampler is an EP by CURB Records artist Plumb. It features songs from her album Beautiful Lumps of Coal. It is available digitally on Yahoo! Music. ==Sampler== ...
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Sampler

Sam'pler noun [ See Exampler , Exemplar .] 1. One who makes up samples for inspection; one who examines samples, or by samples; as, a wool sampler . 2. A pattern; a specimen; especially, a collection of needlework patterns, as letters, borders, etc., to be used as ...
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Sampler

A device that records and plays samples, often with features to edit and store the samples.
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Sampler

a hardware device or software application that uses samples as it's main method of generating it's audio output. Samplers often use a number of samples together to create realistic sounding reproductions of real sounds and musical instruments. For more details on this technique, see Wavetable Synthesis. Also called a digital sampler. A type of synt...
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Sampler

A Sampler is a unit capable of recording, storing and playng back audio samples.
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Sampler

an add-on that takes a sound signal as input and turns it into digital data that can stored and/or manipulated within the computer and then be output again through a DAC (digital to analogue converter)
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sampler

An embroidered panel of fabric sewn as a reference or as a demonstration of a range of different stitches.
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sampler

An instrument that records and plays back samples, usually by allowing them to be distributed across a keyboard and played back at various pitches.
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Sampler

Electronic device that digitizes, stores and plays back sounds.
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sampler

embroidered panel of linen on which various types of stitches are demonstrated. The earliest extant European examples date from the 16th century. ...
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sampler

Embroidered panel, originally one on which various types of stitches or motifs had been worked to serve as models or samples. Since the 16th century the term has been used to mean a panel worked in...
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sampler

for demonstrating different embroidery patterns.
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Sampler

Heirlooms that are created with themes, such as letters or alphabets.
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sampler

sampler, sample piece of needlework or embroidery, of silk, cotton, or worsted, for the preservation of some pattern or as an example of the ability of a child or a beginner. In museums and private collections there are samplers dating from as early as 1643. It was long the custom for each young gir...
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