grid

a series of lines drawn on a map, usually crossing at right-angles, to help readers locate specific points on the map

Grid

1) The arrangement of wooden or metal slats above which are mounted the pulley blocks of the flying system. 2) The system of trusses and bars from which lanterns are hung. (Concert)

Grid

The completed assembly of main and cross tees in a suspended ceiling system before the ceiling panels are installed. Also the decorative slats (munton) installed between glass panels.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20933

Grid

• (n.) A grating of thin parallel bars, similar to a gridiron. • (n.) A plate or sheet of lead with perforations, or other irregularities of surface, by which the active material of a secondary battery or accumulator is supported.
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grid

(grid) a grating. in radiology, a device consisting essentially of a series of narrow lead strips closely spaced on their edges and separated by spacers of low density material; used to reduce the amount of scattered radiation reaching the x-ray film. a chart with horizontal and perpendicular...
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Grid

(Gridded field) A grid is a finite collection of points to which the meteorological variables used in a numerical model, or interpolated from observations, apply. A field of such regular values (points) is termed gridded field.
Found on http://nsidc.org/arcticmet/glossary/grid.html

Grid

- The completed assembly of main and cross tees in a suspended ceiling system before the ceiling panels are installed. Also the decorative slats (munton) installed between glass panels.
Found on http://www.homebuildingmanual.com/Glossary.htm

grid

noun a network of horizontal and vertical lines that provide coordinates for locating points on an image
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grid

gridiron noun a cooking utensil of parallel metal bars; used to grill fish or meat
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grid

(technology) Network by which electricity is generated and distributed over a region or country. It contains many power stations and switching centres and allows, for example, high demand in one area to be met by surplus power generated in another. The term is also used for any grating system,...
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Grid

[graphic design] In graphic design, a grid is a structure (usually two-dimensional) made up of a series of intersecting straight (vertical, horizontal, and angular) or curved guide lines used to structure content. The grid serves as an armature on which a designer can organize graphic elements (images, glyphs, paragraphs) in a rational, eas...
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GRID

[Professional Athletic Sport] ...
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Grid

[spatial index] In the context of a spatial index, a grid (a.k.a. `mesh`, also `global grid` if it covers the entire surface of the globe) is a regular tessellation of a manifold or 2-D surface that divides it into a series of contiguous cells, which can then be assigned unique identifiers and used for spatial indexing purposes. A wide vari...
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Grid

Grid noun A grating of thin parallel bars, similar to a gridiron.
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Grid

A framework or pattern of horizontal and vertical parallel lines that usually cross at right angles to each other. When applied to street layouts this is called a grid-plan.
Found on http://www.virtualani.org/glossary/index.htm

Grid

A rectangular layout of straight lines used for locating points on a plan. (Grid lines for stanchion layout.)
Found on http://www.corusconstruction.com/en/design_guidance/the_blue_book/

Grid

A system of interconnected power lines and generators that is managed so that power from generators is dispatched as needed to meet the requirements of the customers connected to the grid at various points. Gridco is sometimes used to identify an independent company responsible for the operation of the grid.
Found on http://www.cleanenergyresourceteams.org/glossary

Grid

A systematic division of a page into areas to enable designers to ensure consistency. The grid acts as a measuring guide and shows text, illustrations and trim sizes.
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GRID

acronym: Global Resource Information Database (UNEP)
Found on http://cdiac.ornl.gov/pns/acronyms.html#G

Grid

Also 'Coordinate System'. A coordinate system that projects the earth on a flat surface, using square zones for position measurements.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20041

grid

An electric utility's system for distributing power. ... (05 Dec 1998) ...
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grid

an electrode between the cathode and anode that controls the electron beam
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grid

an electrode having one or more apertures for the passage of electrons or ions
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GRID

Global Resource Information Database
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Grid

Grid was old British slang for a bicycle.
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