Flex

• (v. t.) To bend; as, to flex the arm. • (n.) Flax.
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Flex

(also 'frequency') the relative strength (stiffness or softness) of a club shaft
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flex

(fleks) to bend or put in a state of flexion.
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flex

verb cause (a plastic object) to assume a crooked or angular form; `bend the rod`; `twist the dough into a braid`; `the strong man could turn an iron bar`
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flex

noun the act of flexing; `he gave his biceps a flex to impress the ladies`
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Flex

[club] Flex is a nightclub in Vienna. It is located between underground station Schottenring and Augartenbr├╝cke. Flex has already been venue of many international and Austrian music acts and DJs, such as Pete Doherty, Juliette and the Licks and Arcade Fire. There have been Hundreds of visits from drum and bass DJs like: Pendulum, High Cont...
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Flex

[language] In computing, the FLEX language was developed by Alan Kay in the late 1960s while exploring ideas that would later evolve into the Smalltalk programming language. ...
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FLEX

[operating system] The FLEX single-tasking operating system was developed by Technical Systems Consultants (TSC) of West Lafayette, Indiana, for the Motorola 6800 in 1976. The original version was for 8` floppy disks and the (smaller) version for 5.25` floppies was called mini-Flex. It was also later ported to the Motorola 6809; that versio...
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FLEX

[protocol] FLEX is a communications protocol developed by Motorola and used in many pagers. FLEX provides one-way communication only (from the provider to the pager device), but a related protocol called ReFLEX provides two-way messaging. Transmission of message data occurs in one of four modes: 1600/2, 3200/2, 3200/4, or 6400/4. All modes ...
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FLEX

[satellite] The FLuorescence EXplorer (FLEX) is a mission submitted to the European Space Agency in response to the Call for Ideas for Earth Explorer Core Missions. Recently it has been chosen to pass to pre-phase A. ==Summary== The FLuorescence EXplorer (FLEX) mission proposes to launch a satellite for the global monitoring of steady-state...
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Flex

Flex noun Flax. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Flex

Flex transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Flexed ; present participle & verbal noun Flexing .] [ Latin flexus , past participle of flectere to bend, perhaps flectere and akin to falx sickle, English ...
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flex

A means of automatically suppressing small details, such as cupped serifs, that would print poorly at small sizes. At large sizes or high resolutions, the details are automatically reinstated. Applies only to Type 1 fonts.
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Flex

a movement for the feet when they point(down) and flex(up)it is mostly used in warm ups. The foot it
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Flex

Ability of a club's shaft to bend.
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Flex

Another term for deflection of rolls or cylinders in press. Also, bending qualities or characteristics of any material, including printing substrates.
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Flex

Bend or decrease angle of a joint; contract a muscle.
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Flex

Bend or decrease angle of a joint; contract a muscle.
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Flex

Bend or decrease angle of a joint; contract a muscle.
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Flex

Bend or decrease angle of a joint; contract a muscle.
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FLEX

Exchange-traded options that allow the buyer to specify the style (American or European), strike, maturity, and notional principal of an option. This enables hedgers to eliminate the timing mismatch between hedge and underlying position that can occur with standardised exchange-traded products. They also avoid the gamma and vega mismatches which oc...
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flex

flex 1. To bend (something pliant or elastic), or to be able to be bent: 'The board flexes as you step on it.' 2. To bend something, especially a joint of the body. 3. To move or tense (flex) a muscle, or to become tense or contracted. 4. To bend (a joint) repeatedly. 5. To contract (a muscle, for example); to move by muscular control. 6. To ....
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Flex

Flex is the amount of bending resistance a ski has.
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Flex

Flex is the rating of the ability of shaft to bend while the golf club is being swung.
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Flex

Flex is used to talk about every area of a ski's flexion. The flex determines the character of the ski, its liveliness and aggressiveness. Flex lady skis are now available for women. They take into account morphological differences and the fact that women are generally lighter than men, with a different stance on skis to men.
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