Trace

Circuit or fortified perimeter, also known as the enceinte.

trace

  1. a just detectable amount
  2. a clue that something has been present
  3. a suggestion of some quality
  4. either of two lines that connect a horse's harness to a wagon or other vehicle or to a whiffletree

Trace

• (n.) A connecting bar or rod, pivoted at each end to the end of another piece, for transmitting motion, esp. from one plane to another; specif., such a piece in an organ-stop action to transmit motion from the trundle to the lever actuating the stop slider. • (v. i.) To walk; to go; to travel. • (v. t.) To follow by some mark that ...
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(from the article `deconstruction`) ...(and so on), it follows that the meaning of a word is not something that is fully present to us; it is endlessly deferred in an infinitely long ...
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trace

1. To mark out; to draw or delineate with marks; especially, to copy, as a drawing or engraving, by following the lines and marking them on a sheet superimposed, through which they appear; as, to trace a figure or an outline; a traced drawing. 'Some faintly traced features or outline of the mother and the child, slowly lading into the twilight of t...
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trace

verb to go back over again; `we retraced the route we took last summer`; `trace your path`
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trace

vestige noun an indication that something has been present; `there wasn`t a trace of evidence for the claim`; `a tincture of condescension`
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TRACE

(Transition Region and Coronal Explorer) NASA`s third SMEX (Small Explorer) spacecraft. TRACE carried a 30-cm extreme ultraviolet imaging telescope, with a field of view of 8.5 arcminutes and a resolution of 1 arcsecond, for studies of the Sun. It was placed in a sun-synchr...
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TRACE

[computer program] TRACE is a high-precision orbit determination and orbit propagation program. It was developed by The Aerospace Corporation in El Segundo, California. An early version is known to have run on the IBM 7090 computer in 1964. The Fortran source code can be compiled for any platform with a Fortran compiler. When Satellite Tool...
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Trace

[deconstruction] Trace is one of the most important concepts in Derridian deconstruction. In the 1960s, Derrida used this word in two of his early books, namely Writing and Difference and Of Grammatology. In French, the word `trace` has a range of meanings similar to those of its English equivalent, but also suggests meanings related to the...
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Trace

[linear algebra] Geometrically, the trace can be interpreted as the infinitesimal change in volume (as the derivative of the determinant), which is made precise in Jacobi`s formula. The term trace is a calque from the German Spur (cognate with the English spoor), which, as a function in mathematics, is often abbreviated to `tr`. == Example ...
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Trace

[linguistics] In transformational grammar, a trace is an empty (phonologically null) category that occupies a position in the syntactic structure. In some theories of syntax, traces are used in the account of constructions such as wh-movement and passive. Traces are important theoretical devices in some approaches to syntax. ==Evidence for ...
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Trace

[magazine] Trace is a quarterly, internationally distributed magazine with the tagline, `transcultural styles + ideas`. It focuses on urban culture and has featured on its cover some of the most significant black artists and models of the last decade,{when|date=August 2013} including Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Biggie Smalls, Diddy, Iman, an...
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TRACE

[psycholinguistics] TRACE is a connectionist model of speech perception, proposed by James McClelland and Jeffrey Elman in 1986. TRACE was made into a working computer program for running perceptual simulations. These simulations are predictions about how a human mind/brain processes speech sounds and words as they are heard in real time. =...
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Trace

[tack] In transport, a trace is one of two, or more, straps, ropes or chains by which a carriage or wagon, or the like, is drawn by a harness horse or other draught animal. The once popular idiom: `kick over the traces` comes from a frisky animal kicking one or both feet outside a trace. Unable to understand the entanglement, the animal may...
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Trace

[webtoon] The Trace (트레이스) is a South Korean webcomic series written and illustrated by manhwa artist Go Yeong-hun (고영훈) or known as his pen name, `Nasty Cat`. Envy, jealousy, and selfishness, such dark sides of humans can be seen in the work. The artist said that he wants to create the world of heroes with Korean identity. It...
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Trace

A point in soap making where the mixture reaches a certain consistency or thickness most noticeable when the soap is drizzled upon itself and leaves a trail before disappearing back into the mixture.
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trace

an indication that something has been present
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trace

an indication that something has been present
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trace

Follow a transaction through the steps of the system.
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Trace

Generally, an unmeasurable or insignificant quantity. A precipitation amount of less than 0.005 inch
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Trace

Heavy strap that attaches the harness to the vehicle or load being pulled
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Trace

In literary criticism, Jacques Derrida uses the term trace to describe the remnant of all non-presen
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Trace

means to give an outline or follow the path of something in brief detail, e.g. flow diagram.
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Trace

part of the set up made up of the line and hook attached together
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