SPICE

A computer tool that is used to analyse the performance of analogue circuitry.
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Spice

A spice is a dried seed, fruit, root, bark, or vegetable substance primarily used for flavoring, coloring or preserving food. Sometimes a spice is used to hide other flavors. Spices are distinguished from herbs, which are parts of leafy green plants also used for flavoring or as garnish. Many spices have antimicrobial properties. This may explain ...
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SPICE

SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis) is a general-purpose, open source analog electronic circuit simulator. It is a powerful program that is used in integrated circuit and board-level design to check the integrity of circuit designs and to predict circuit behavior. == Introduction == Unlike board-level designs composed of di...
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Spice

• (v. t.) To render nice or dainty; hence, to render scrupulous. • (v. t.) To fill or impregnate with the odor of spices. • (n.) A vegetable production of many kinds, fragrant or aromatic and pungent to the taste, as pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg, mace, allspice, ginger, cloves, etc., which are used in cookery and to flavor sauces, pickle...
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SPICE

(from the article `integrated circuit`) ...to do by hand. For this work computers have become indispensable. In particular, a public-domain circuit-analysis program developed at the ...
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spice

1. Species; kind. 'The spices of penance ben three.' (Chaucer) 'Abstain you from all evil spice.' (Wyclif (1. Thess,v. 22)) 'Justice, although it be but one entire virtue, yet is described in two kinds of spices. The one is named justice distributive, the other is called commutative.' (Sir T. Elyot) ... 2. A vegetable production of many kinds, frag...
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spice

noun any of a variety of pungent aromatic vegetable substances used for flavoring food
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spice

Click images to enlargeAny aromatic vegetable substance used as a condiment and for flavouring food. Spices are mostly obtained from tropical plants, and include pepper, nutmeg, ginger, and cinnamon. They have little food value but increase the appetite and may help digestion
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Spice

[bomb] The `SPICE` (``Smart, Precise Impact, Cost-Effective``) is an Israeli-developed, EO/GPS-guided guidance kit for converting air-droppable unguided bombs into precision guided bombs. A derivative of the `Popeye` (AGM-142 Have Nap) air-to-surface missile, the `Spice` is a product of Israeli company Rafael Advanced Defense Systems. It ac...
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Spice

[oceanography] In oceanography the term spice refers to spatial variations in the temperature and salinity of seawater whose effects on density cancel each other. Such density compensated thermohaline variability is ubiquitous in the upper ocean. Warmer, saltier water is more spicy while cooler, less salty water is more minty. ...
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Spice

[Perfume song] == Background == The B-side song, `Glitter`, was first used in the commercial for Kirin. Then on September 5, 2011, the group released information on their website about a new single and album, both slated for release for November. The new single will be released on November 2 and will contain two songs including `Glitter` wh...
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SPICE

[protocol] In computing, SPICE (the Simple Protocol for Independent Computing Environments) is a remote-display system built for virtual environments which allows users to view a computing `desktop` environment - not only on its computer-server machine, but also from anywhere on the Internet and using a wide variety of machine architectures...
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Spice

Spice noun [ Middle English spice , spece , spice, species, Old French espice , espece , French épice spice, espèce species, from Latin species particular sort or kind, a species, a sight, appearance, show, Late Latin , spices, drugs, etc., of the sa...
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Spice

Spice transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Spiced ; past participle & verbal noun Spicing .] 1. To season with spice, or as with spice; to mix aromatic or pungent substances with; to flavor; to season; as, to spice...
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SPICE

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spice

spice, aromatic vegetable product used as a flavoring or condiment. The term was formerly applied also to pungent or aromatic foods (e.g., gingerbread and currants), to ingredients of incense or perfume (e.g., myrrh), and to embalming agents. Modern usage tends to limit the term to flavorings used i...
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spice

[n] - aromatic substances of vegetable origin used as a preservative 2. [n] - any of a variety of pungent aromatic vegetable substances used for flavoring food 3. [v] - add herbs or spices to 4. [v] - make more interesting or flavorful, either in the literal or in a metaphorical sense
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