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A structure that in some direct physical process can cause the patterning of a second structure, usually complementary to it in some sense. In current biology almost exclusively used to refer to a nucleotide sequence that directs the synthesis of a sequence complementary to it by the rules of Watson-Crick base-pairing.
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Template

A sequence of nucleotides in a nucleic acid that acts as a pattern after which a complementary sequence of nucleotides may be formed.
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an outline form which can be used to make many identical copies without being used itself. Metal templates can be used placed over a piece of clothing material, which is then cut according to the shape of the template. Many pieces can be made from the same template, and they will all be the right shape for that part of the garment. Molecular templ...
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Template

• (n.) Same as Templet.
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(from the article `hallucination`) ...One assumption states that life experiences influence the brain in such a way as to leave, in the brain, enduring physical changes that have ... ...deafened before it starts practicing, only a very crude song emerges. The implication is that, during exposure in the first autumn, the sparrow ... [...
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(tem┬┤plәt) a pattern or mold. in genetics, a strand of DNA or RNA that specifies the base sequence of the strand of DNA or RNA to be synthesized in replication or transcription, the newly synthesized strand being complementary to the template. in dentistry, a curved or flat plate used a...
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template

1. A structure that in some direct physical process can cause the patterning of a second structure, usually complementary to it in some sense. ... 2. <molecular biology> Almost exclusively used to refer to a nucleotide sequence that directs the synthesis of a sequence complementary to it by the rules of Watson Crick base pairing. ... (16 Dec ...
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Template

1. Concerning a printing project's basic details in regard to its dimensions. A standard layout.
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templet noun a model or standard for making comparisons
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[C++] Templates are a feature of the C++ programming language that allow functions and classes to operate with generic types. This allows a function or class to work on many different data types without being rewritten for each one. Templates are of great utility to programmers in C++, especially when combined with multiple inheritance and ...
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Template

[vehicle racing] A stock image file from the USS Acadia (AD-42) newspaper `Tendergram` Nov. 1990. It shows the USS Oldendorf (DD-972) and the USS Curts (FFG-38) alongside and a sea-going tug on the other. ...
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Template

Tem'plate noun Same as Templet .
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Template

a Class that accepts a compile-time parameter defining the Type to be used within the Class; often to implement Collections of any Type
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Template

A molecule that serves as the pattern for synthesizing another molecule.
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Template

A pattern for repetitive marking or fabricating operation; made from a hard, waterproof material.
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A pattern or guide for laying out or machining to a specific shape or form.
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A pattern used to create documents.
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A piece of paper with a design printed at actually size. The template is frozen to an ice block and used as a guide to cut the sculpture. A carver cuts through the template, so templates are generally not reusable.
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a set of windows and dialogue boxes that have been designed for use within an application
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A stencil used to trace shapes onto scrapbook pages or photos.
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A stiff pattern for marking the outlines of pieces to be cut from sheet wood or metal
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An RNA or single-stranded DNA molecule upon which a complementary nucleotide strand is synthesized.
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Certain applications use template files to pre-load default configurations settings. Microsoft Word uses a template called NORMAL.DOT to store information about page setup, margins, and other document information.
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class or function parameterized by a set of types, values, or templates. See also template instantiation, specialization, template class, template function. TC++PL 2.7, 13, D&E 15.
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In computing, file that lays down a document's format. Templates are used in word processing, spreadsheet, and other programs to specify all the styles used in a document, such as fonts, margins, macros, formulae and so on. They are widely used to automate the production of documents such as memos, mailings, and reports, making sure that they h...
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