Mouse

• (n.) Same as 2d Mousing, 2. • (n.) A knob made on a rope with spun yarn or parceling to prevent a running eye from slipping. • (v. t.) To tear, as a cat devours a mouse. • (n.) Any one of numerous species of small rodents belonging to the genus Mus and various related genera of the family Muridae. The common house mouse (Mus m...
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mouse

(from the article `computer`) Mechanical mice and trackballs operate alike, using a rubber or rubber-coated ball that turns two shafts connected to a pair of encoders that measure ... American inventor whose work beginning in the 1950s led to his patent for the computer mouse, the development of the basic graphical user interface, ... ...
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mouse

(mous) a small rodent, various species of which are used in laboratory experiments. a small loose body. a computer pointing device.
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Mouse

(n) a fault in cider affecting the taste. Cider can develop a taint (off-flavour) caused by the formation of ethanamide by certain types of wild yeast - the taste is known as mouse. It's difficult to describe the taste, but presumably if you've ever tasted a small rodent it tastes similar! There are various treatments but no proper cure, once the m...
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mouse

computer mouse noun a hand-operated electronic device that controls the coordinates of a cursor on your computer screen as you move it around on a pad; on the bottom of the device is a ball that rolls on the surface of the pad; `a mouse takes much...
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mouse

(computing) In computing, an input device used to control a pointer on a computer screen. It is a feature of graphical user interface (GUI) systems. The mouse is about the size of a pack of playing cards, is connected to the computer by a wire or infrared (or other wireless) link, and incorpor...
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MOUSE

(Minimum Orbital Unmanned Satellite of the Earth) An early design for an artificial satellite, proposed by Sam Fred Singer in 1953.
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mouse

(zoology) In zoology, one of a number of small rodents with small ears and a long, thin tail. The house mouse (Mus musculus) is distributed worldwide. It is 75 mm/3 in long, with a naked tail of the same length,...
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Mouse

[Alice`s Adventures in Wonderland] The Mouse is a fictional character in Alice`s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. He appears in Chapter II `The Pool of Tears` and Chapter III `A Caucus-Race and a Long Tale` . Alice, the eponymous heroine in the book, first talks to the mouse when she is floating in a pool of her own tears, having ...
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Mouse

[computing] In computing, a mouse is a pointing device that detects two-dimensional motion relative to a surface. This motion is typically translated into the motion of a pointer on a display, which allows for fine control of a graphical user interface. Physically, a mouse consists of an object held in one`s hand, with one or more buttons. ...
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Mouse

[nickname] Mouse or The Mouse is the nickname of: ...
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Mouse

[programming language] The Mouse programming language is a small computer programming language developed by Dr. Peter Grogono in the late 1970s and early 1980s. It was developed as an extension of an earlier language called MUSYS, which was used to control digital and analog devices in an electronic music studio. Mouse was originally intend...
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Mouse

[set theory] In set theory, a mouse is a small model of (a fragment of) Zermelo–Fraenkel set theory with desirable properties. The exact definition depends on the context. In most cases, there is a technical definition of `premouse` and an added condition of iterability (referring to the existence of wellfounded iterated ultrapowers): a m...
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Mouse

Mouse (mous) noun ; plural Mice (mīs). [ Middle English mous , mus , Anglo-Saxon mūs , plural mȳs ; akin to Dutch muis , German maus , Old High German & Icelandic mūs , Danish muus , Swedish mus
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Mouse

Mouse intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Moused ; present participle & verbal noun Mousing .] 1. To watch for and catch mice. 2. To watch for or pursue anything in a sly manner; to pry about, on the lookout f...
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Mouse

Mouse transitive verb 1. To tear, as a cat devours a mouse. [ Obsolete] '[ Death] mousing the flesh of men.' Shak. 2. (Nautical) To furnish with a mouse; to secure by means of a mousing. See Mouse , noun , 2.
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Mouse

A bump or isolated area of swelling on a fighter?s face.
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Mouse

A dark swollen bruise around the eye
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Mouse

A device created by Xerox and copied by Apple for their Lisa system. The mouse is represented on screen by a small pointer.
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Mouse

A handheld pointing device using either mechanical motion or special optical techniques to convert the movement of the user's hand into movements of the cursor on the screen - technically known as the GUI, the Graphical User Interface. Generally fitted with one, two or three buttons and used on a mouse pad.
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Mouse

A swelling on the face, forehead or head.
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Mouse

A swelling on the face, forehead or head.
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Mouse

A swelling on the face, forehead or head.
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Mouse

An input device designed to increase the hand-eye coordination of the user. Also, the required subject of 40 to 50% of User Friendly documentation.
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mouse

An input device that controls an on-screen pointer.
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