string

  1. a lightweight cord
  2. a sequentially ordered set of things or events or ideas in which each successive member is related to the preceding
  3. a linear sequence of words as spoken or written
  4. a tie consisting of a cord that goes through a seam around an opening

String

A dubious record, usually of a rarity which the record cannot be substantiated
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STRING

In molecular biology, STRING (Search Tool for the Retrieval of Interacting Genes/Proteins) is a biological database and web resource of known and predicted protein-protein interactions. The STRING database contains information from numerous sources, including experimental data, computational prediction methods and public text collections. It is fr...
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String

String is a flexible piece of rope or twine which is used to tie, bind, or hang other objects. Examples of string use include: String or strings may also refer to: ==Musical instruments== ==Science, computers, and mathematics== === Computer sciences === === Physics === === Mathematics === === Bioinformatics === ==Entertainment== ===Music=== ===Fil...
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string

(from the article `sound`) This section focuses on waves in bounded mediums—in particular, standing waves in such systems as stretched strings, air columns, and stretched ... ...as tiny one-dimensional `stringlike` entities rather than the more conventional approach in which they are modeled as zero-dimensional point ... ...
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string

(from the article `staircase`) ...curves and fantastic sweeps that can be important features in contemporary design. The horizontal surface of a step is called its tread and the ...
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string

[n] - a sequentially ordered set of things or events or ideas in which each successive member is related to the preceding 2. [n] - a linear sequence of words as spoken or written 3. [n] - a collection of objects threaded on a single strand 4. [n] - a tightly stretched cord of wire or gut, which makes sound when plucked, struck, o...
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String

• (n.) A hoax; a trumped-up or `fake` story. • (n.) Act of stringing for break. • (n.) The line from behind and over which the cue ball must be played after being out of play as by being pocketed or knocked off the table; -- called also string line. • (n.) In various games, competitions, etc., a certain number of turns at play, ...
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string

twine noun a lightweight cord
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String

[C++] In the C++ programming language, the std::string class is a standard representation for a string of text. This class alleviates many of the problems introduced by C-style strings by putting the onus of memory ownership on the string class rather than on the programmer. The class provides some typical string operations like comparison,...
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String

[computer programming] This is a representation and more accurate maps can be found at Tasmanian Electoral Commission website ...
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String

[computer science] In computer programming, a string is traditionally a sequence of characters, either as a literal constant or as some kind of variable. The latter may allow its elements to be mutated and the length changed, or it may be fixed (after creation). A string is generally understood as a data type and is often implemented as an ...
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String

[guitar] Welcome to the assessment department of the WikiProject Disability. The assessment is done in a distributed fashion through parameters in the {tl|WikiProject Disability} project banner; this causes the articles to be placed in the appropriate sub-categories of :Category:Disability articles by quality, which serve as the foundation ...
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String

[music] A string is the vibrating element that produces sound in string instruments such as the guitar, harp, piano, and members of the violin family. Strings are lengths of a flexible material that a musical instrument holds under tension so that they can vibrate freely, but controllably. Strings may be `decorative` (consisting only of a s...
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String

[physics] In physics, a string is a physical object that appears in string theory and related subjects. Unlike elementary particles, which are zero-dimensional or point-like by definition, strings are one-dimensional extended objects. Theories in which the fundamental objects are strings rather than point particles automatically have many p...
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String

String (strĭng) noun [ Middle English string , streng , Anglo-Saxon streng ; akin to Dutch streng , German strang , Icelandic strengr , Swedish sträng , Danish stræng ; probably from the adj., English strong (see Strong...
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String

String intransitive verb To form into a string or strings, as a substance which is stretched, or people who are moving along, etc.
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String

String noun 1. (a) In various indoor games, a score or tally, sometimes, as in American billiard games, marked by buttons threaded on a string or wire. (b) In various games, competitions, etc., a certain number of turns at play, of rounds, etc. 2. (Billiards & Pool)
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String

String transitive verb To hoax; josh; jolly. [ Slang]
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string

1. (physics) A fundamental one-dimensional object that is the essential ingredient in string theory. Different states of string represent the different possible elementary particles. A string can be visualized as a path or a loop that propagates through a background space. •...
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string

1. To furnish with strings; as, to string a violin. 'Has not wise nature strung the legs and feet With firmest nerves, designed to walk the street?' (Gay) ... 2. To put in tune the strings of, as a stringed instrument, in order to play upon it. 'For here the Muse so oft her harp has strung, That not a mountain rears its head unsung.' (Addison) ... ...
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String

A number of photovoltaic modules or panels interconnected electrically in series to produce the operating voltage required by the load.
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String

A number of successive strikes. A single game of bowling.
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String

A sequence of coordinate pairs or triplets making up a line or link.
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String

A set of items which can be arranged into a sequence according to a rule. See also Character String.
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