Sheaf

• (n.) A sheave. • (v. t.) To gather and bind into a sheaf; to make into sheaves; as, to sheaf wheat. • (n.) Any collection of things bound together; a bundle; specifically, a bundle of arrows sufficient to fill a quiver, or the allowance of each archer, -- usually twenty-four. • (n.) A quantity of the stalks and ears of wheat, ...
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sheaf

(from the article `mathematics, foundations of`) ...with them a language that is intuitionistic in general. In consequence of this fact, a theorem about sets proved constructively was immediately ... ...local topos, provided sufficiently many variables (Henkin constants) are adjoined to its internal language. Put in more technical langu...
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Sheaf

[agriculture] A sheaf is one of the large bundles in which cereal plants are bound after reaping so they are convenient for threshing out the grain. In heraldry a wheat sheaf is called a garb. ...
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Sheaf

[mathematics] In mathematics, a sheaf is a tool for systematically tracking locally defined data attached to the open sets of a topological space. The data can be restricted to smaller open sets, and the data assigned to an open set is equivalent to all collections of compatible data assigned to collections of smaller open sets covering the...
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Sheaf

Sheaf intransitive verb To collect and bind cut grain, or the like; to make sheaves. « They that reap must sheaf and bind.» Shak.
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Sheaf

Sheaf noun (Mech.) A sheave. [ R.]
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Sheaf

Sheaf transitive verb To gather and bind into a sheaf; to make into sheaves; as, to sheaf wheat.
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