Splice

A permanent junction between two fibre ends. (See also Fused Splice or Mechanical Splice).

Splice

To join lines (ropes, cables etc.) by unravelling their ends and intertwining them to form a continuous line. To form an eye or a knot by splicing.
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splice

[n] - a junction where two things (as paper or film or magnetic tape) have been joined together 2. [v] - join the ends of 3. [v] - join together so as to form new genetic combinations 4. [v] - join by interweaving strands
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Splice

• (v. t.) To unite in marrige. • (n.) A junction or joining made by splicing. • (v. t.) To unite, as two ropes, or parts of a rope, by a particular manner of interweaving the strands, -- the union being between two ends, or between an end and the body of a rope. • (v. t.) To unite, as spars, timbers, rails, etc., by lapping the ...
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splice

noun a junction where two things (as paper or film or magnetic tape) have been joined together; `the break was due to an imperfect splice`
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Splice

[system call] splice is a Linux-specific system call that moves data between a file descriptor and a pipe without a round trip to user space. The related system call vmsplice moves or copies data between a pipe and user space. Ideally, splice and vmsplice work by remapping pages and do not actually copy any data, which may improve I/O perfo...
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Splice

Splice noun A junction or joining made by splicing.
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Splice

Splice transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Spliced ; present participle & verbal noun Splicing .] [ Dutch splitsen , splitten ; akin to German splissen , Swedish splissa , Danish splisse , a...
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Splice

1) To assemble previously cut pieces of recording tape with special tape on the back side.
2) An edit so done.
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splice

a connecting device with barrel(s) accommodating electrical conductor(s) with or without additional provision to accommodate and secure the insulation
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Splice

A method of joining two peices of film so they can be projected as one continuous piece. There are three methods: the Tape Splice (usually used for editing), the Cement Splice (used for original material), and the far less common Ultra-Sonic Splice (used for Polyester Base film).
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Splice

An effective means of film editing where the ends of two separate pieces of film are joined together to form one piece of film. Splices are required in the event of a break in the film or when two scenes `spliced together` giving the impression of contiguous action. Splices help to maintain a continuity of action throughout a film via the combinati...
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Splice

Area of lane where maple and pine boards join. (break of the boards, dovetails, piano keys)
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splice

butt-joint in a magnetic tape held by means of a strip of adhesive material
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Splice

In nautical terms, a splice is a work in a rope which creates an eye or a joint without tying a knot. A splice works on friction and has the advantage that it doesn't weaken a rope as much as a knot does.
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splice

join (two ends) 
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splice

Joining rope by intertwining the strands.
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splice

permanent joining of two ropes by interweaving their strands. In the short splice the strands of each rope are unlayed (untwisted), interwoven, and ...
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Splice

Splice is British slang for to have sex with.
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Splice

The act of joining two pieces of film by any of several methods. (Film Editing)
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Splice

The connection between two chord members or other structural members joined at their ends by welding or bolting to form a single, longer member.
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Splice

the joint between the handle and the blade of a bat; the weakest part of the bat. If the ball hits the splice it is likely to dolly up for an easy catch.
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Splice

The V-shaped join between the willow blade and cane handle of the bat. The natural compliance of the wood has little effect up here, so a ball that bounces sufficiently to hit the splice will cause the batsman some discomfort.
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Splice

They are on the lanes where the pine meets the maple; dovetail.
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Splice

This ability is written Splice onto (quality) (cost). As a player casts a spell with a given quality, he or she may reveal any number of cards in his or her hand with splice onto that quality, and pay their splice costs; each splicing card's effects are added to those of the spell cast, while the cards spliced onto the spell are kept in the player'...
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