Definitions for "Doubling"
The unintentional firing of a second shot usually caused by a malfunction of the firearm.
1 In double barrel weapons, simultaneous and unintentional firing of both barrels by an accidental pull on both triggers or by jarring of the second hammer with the first shots recoil. 2 In semi automatic weapons, malfunctioning of the disconnector so that two or more shots are fired by one pull of the trigger.
The artificial simulation of a second unison performance by using a delay with a short delay time.
Keywords:  twice, stakes, recipe, backgammon, slur
raising the stakes in a game, such as a card game or backgammon, by a factor of 2.
To double a recipe means using twice the amount of all ingredients to make twice the amount of the recipe.
The act of offering the cube to your opponent. When you are at a position in the game where you believe you are the favorite to win, you may off the doubling cube to your opponent to play on at twice the present stakes. If your opponent refuses it ends that particular game, however, if he believes his chances of winning are not so bad, he make accept the cube and continue playing. Your opponent may re-cube you if at some point in the game of he believes he now has the upper hand and so on. The doubling cube starts at 2 and then goes on at 4, 8, 16, 32 and 64.
The appearance of a shadow or blurred image due to a sheet mis-feed or paper being out of register while printing.
A printing defect appearing as blurring or shadowing of the image. Doubling may be caused by problems with paper, cylinder alignment, blanket pressures or dirty cylinders.
Dupleeraus, kahdennus Dubblering A printing defect where a shadow dot is situated next to the correct screen dot on paper. One reason is wavy or tight edges of paper or fan-out.
A turning and winding; as, the doubling of a hunted hare; shift; trick; artifice.
Refers to either the second part of the Trick Catch/Doubling event, or the older event where two (or more) boomerangs were thrown simultaneously from the same hand, with simple catches of both boomerangs required.
dramatic irony dramatis personae
In audio the observation that subwoofers without sufficient bass extension reproduce the very lowest notes so reduced in output that their first upper harmonics dominate them. This doubles the frequency of the fundamental to be reproduced. Instead of hearing a 25Hz signal, you’re actually hearing its 50Hz first upper harmonic an octave higher.
The addition of unyeasted wort to beer in the first stage of the main fermentation.
Keywords:  sailing, caulked, planking, cape, masts
1. Sailing around a point of land; 2. Overlapping parts on two masts
The act of sailing round or passing beyond a cape or point or land. Extra lining of planking nailed to the bottom of a vessel and caulked.
Keywords:  sliver, roving, plying, twisting, yarn
(I) The process of combining two or more strands of ROVING or SLIVER and drawing out the resulting strand. The purpose of this operation is to increase the uniformity of the cotton strand and, ultimately of the YARN made from it. (II) The act of winding two or more strands of YARN onto one PACKAGE without twisting them.
Combining, plying or twisting two or more yarns together to make a single yarn. The process is often carried out on a machine called a doubler.
Keywords:  amazing, thing
an amazing thing
The lining of the mantle borne about the shield or escutcheon.
Keywords:  reduplication, act, making, one
The act of one that doubles; a making double; reduplication; also, that which is doubled.
The process of redistilling spirits, to improve the strength and flavor.
given a manifold with boundary, doubling is taking two copies of and identifying their boundaries. As the result we get a manifold without boundary.
Keywords:  hill, splitting, heavy, half, train
The process of moving a very heavy train up a hill by splitting it in half and moving one-half at a time.
Keywords:  took, factor, increase, computer, two
increase by a factor of two; "doubling with a computer took no time at all"
Keywords:  actor, taking, play, part, one
One actor taking more than one part in a play.