Console

In architecture, a console is a projecting ornament or bracket having for its contour generally a curve of contrary flexure. A console is sometimes employed to support a cornice, bust, vase, or the like, but is frequently used merely as an ornament.
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console

give comfort or sympathy to 
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console

[n] - a scientific instrument consisting of displays and an input device that an operator can use to monitor and control a system (especially a computer system) 2. [n] - an ornamental scroll-shaped bracket (especially one used to support a wall fixture)
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Console

A set of controls and their housing, which control all signals necessary for recording and mixing.
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Console

(CONTROL SYSTEMS GLOSSARY) A console is the term for the actual screen and keyboard used in the work stations.
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Console

Alternative term for mixer.
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Console

An array of controls and indicators for controlling a complex system or sequence of events.
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Console

Con·sole' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Consoled ; present participle & verbal noun Consoling .] [ Latin consolari ,. past participle consolatus ; con- + solari to console, comfort: confer Fr...
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Console

Con'sole noun [ French] (Architecture) (a) A bracket whose projection is not more than half its height. (b) Any small bracket; also, a console table. Console table , a table whose top is supported by two or more consoles instead of legs.
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console

noun housing for electronic instruments, as radio or television
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Console

• (v. t.) To cheer in distress or depression; to alleviate the grief and raise the spirits of; to relieve; to comfort; to soothe. • (n.) Any small bracket; also, a console table. • (n.) A bracket whose projection is not more than half its height.
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console

(from the article `keyboard instrument`) ...wishes to combine the stops of two different manuals or to couple one or more of the manuals to the pedals. This is effected by a simple ...
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console

in architecture, type of bracket or corbel, particularly one with a scroll-shaped profile: usually an ogee (S or inverted S curve) or double-ogee ...
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console

in furniture, a type of side table placed against a wall and normally fixed to it, requiring legs or other decorative support only at the front. ...
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console

console To comfort in time of grief or loss.
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Console

A bond with no maturity date, which instead pays a fixed amount per year forever. Its simplicity makes it a convenient example in textbooks, where it appears much more frequently than in the real world.
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Console

A standard set of screens and other devices from which an operator or systems specialist controls and monitors devices in the accelerator complex. Each console includes a color TV monitor, a color Lexidata screen, a 613 storage scope, a touch panel and an alarm screen. Each console station is supported by a PDP-11 computer. There are currently 7 co...
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console

A dedicated video games machine such as the Microsoft Xbox and Sony PlaysSation.
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Console

A term originally applied to a bracket that supported cornices or shelves and later used to describe tables that were affixed to a wall and supported with legs at the front. Today it describes any type of table used along a wall.
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console

a desk for communication between the staff and the switching system for monitoring, controlling and maintaining an exchange
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Console

[OS X] Console is a log viewer developed by Apple Inc. and included with OS X. It allows users to search through all of the system`s logged messages, and can alert the user when certain types of messages are logged. The Console is generally used for troubleshooting when there is a problem with the computer. OS X itself, as well as any appli...
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Console

[video game CLI] A console is a command line interface where the personal computer game`s settings and variables can be edited while the game is running. Consoles also usually display a log of warnings, errors, and other messages produced during the program`s execution. Typically it can be toggled on or off and appears over the normal game ...
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Console

[musician] Console is an electronic music project by Martin Gretschmann, the lead programmer for German band Notwist. Relying heavily on elements of electronic music, Console`s music is reminiscent of some electro bands, such as Ladytron and Miss Kittin. ==Discography== ...
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console

A large-format video-game system, typically used with a television.
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Console

Used to refer to a hardware device connected to a television set for the purpose of playing an electronic game.
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