Track

To assume a body position that creates a high forward speed. Used to approach or depart from other skydivers in freefall
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Track

• (n.) A mark left by something that has passed along; as, the track, or wake, of a ship; the track of a meteor; the track of a sled or a wheel. • (n.) Course; way; as, the track of a comet. • (n.) The entire lower surface of the foot; -- said of birds, etc. • (v. t.) To follow the tracks or traces of; to pursue by following the...
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Track

1) A distinct element of audiovisual information, such as the picture, a sound track for a specific language, or the like. DVD-Video allows one track of video (with multiple angles), up to 8 tracks of audio, and up to 32 tracks of subpicture; 2) one revolution of the continuous spiral channel of information recorded on a disc.
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Track

1) Area most used on lane, creating a path to pins; 2) area on a bowling ball where it rolls and picks up minute particles.
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Track

1) One audio recording made on a portion of the width of a multitrack tape.
2) One set of control commands in a sequencer recorded in a similar manner to an audio track and often controlling one synthesizer over one MIDI channel.
3) A term with the same meaning as the term Band Track (the part of a song without the lead vocal or without the l...
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track

caterpillar tread noun an endless metal belt on which tracked vehicles move over the ground
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track

running noun the act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track
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Track

(TRK) The direction of movement relative to a ground position. Commonly associated with navigation applications.
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Track

[bowling] Author: MCM Source: private collection URL: none ...
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Track

[CD] On an optical disc, a track (CD) or title (DVD) is a subdivision of its content. Specifically, it is a consecutive set of sectors (called `timecode frames` on audio tracks) on the disc containing a block of data. One session may contain one or more tracks of the same or different types. There are several kinds of tracks, and there is a...
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Track

[disk drive] Image:Disk-structure2.svg|thumb|Figure 1. Disk structures: (A) Track (B) Geometrical sector (C) Track sector (D) Cluster A disk drive track is a circular path on the surface of a disk or diskette on which information is magnetically recorded and from which recorded information is read. A track is a physical division of data in ...
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Track

[rail transport] The track on a railway or railroad, also known as the permanent way, is the structure consisting of the rails, fasteners, railroad ties (sleepers, British English) and ballast (or slab track), plus the underlying subgrade. For clarity it is often referred to as railway track (British English and UIC terminology) or railroad...
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Track

A copper 'line' on a PCB to conduct signal current
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Track

A course followed by projection of the path of the centre of gravity of an aeroplane on to the surface of the Earth.
Found on http://www.aeroplanemonthly.com/glossary/

track

a defined part of the programme material of a compact disc NOTE - A track can be subdivided into items, the index function indicating characteristic parts within the track.
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track

a line of positions on a recording medium which in turn are influenced by, or influence, the same writing or reading device respectively Examples: 1 - The ring-shaped portion of the surface of a magnetic drum associated with one head. 2 - The line of positions on a tape which could be perforated by a given punch or read by a given reading element.
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Track

A path Also to follow
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track

a print left by an animal. Wolf tracks are large in comparison to most domestic dogs and other canids such as coyotes. Wolf tracks can be up to five inches long with four toes on the front feet and five on the back. The front feet are larger than the back feet. Claws are usually visible. This is one way you can distinguish a wolf track from a mount...
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Track

A print left by an animal. Wolf tracks are large in comparison to most domestic dogs and other canids such as coyotes. The front feet are larger than the back feet. Claws are usually visible. This is one way to distinguish a wolf track from a mountain lion track. Mountain lions (cougars) walk with their claws retracted the way a domestic cat does.
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track

a route for 4 wheeled vehicle
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Track

A series of related contacts indicating direction of travel.
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Track

All court cases are now allocated to one of three 'tracks'. (1) Small claims track for claims of no more than £5,000; (2) Fast track for any claim with a value of no more than £15,000 and which does not fall within (1), and (3) Multi-track for all claims not covered by (1) or (2).
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Track

An area along the length of recording tape (like the lanes on a highway) in a multi-track tape recor
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Track

another term for the pitch.
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Track

another term for the pitch.
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