Definitions for "Cups"
Keywords:  cider, brandy, triple, sec, claret
are wine cocktails made with brandy and triple sec mixed with sweet wine, dry sparkling wine or cider.
Made with brandy and Triple Sec, together with sweet wine, dry champagne or cider. Mixed in glass pitchers with ice cubes, served in stemmed claret glasses.
One of the four suits of the Minor Arcana, identified with the water element, associated with emotion, love and other strong feelings, dreams, memories, fears, disappointments, sensitivity, water, oceans, rivers and streams, pleasure, instinct and the unconscious. Identified with the heart suit of modern playing cards, and also called grails, vessels, cauldrons and other similar designations, depending on the deck.
The Carnegie Mellon University Usable Privacy and Security Laboratory (CUPS) was established in the Spring of 2004 to bring together Carnegie Mellon University researchers working on a diverse set of projects related to understanding and improving the usability of privacy and security software and systems. The privacy and security research community has become increasingly aware that usability problems severely impact the effectiveness of mechanisms designed to provide security and privacy in software systems. Indeed, one of the four grand research challenges in information security and assurance identified by the Computing Research Association in 2003 is: "Give end-users security controls they can understand and privacy they can control for the dynamic, pervasive computing environments of the future."
One of the Twelve Symbols of Sovereignty, the pair of bronze sacrificial cups symbolize strength (represented by a tiger) and cleverness (represented by a monkey). Together they are symbols of respect for one's parents.
Portions in plastic cups with peelable heat-sealed lids. Tumble packed or collated.
Keywords:  gotta, sleep, catch
sleep. Ex. "I gotta catch some cups".
Keywords:  unknown, acronym, primary, cancer, site
Acronym for cancer of an unknown primary site.
Keywords:  unix, printing, common, system
Common Unix Printing System
Keywords:  see
See Cup.