Definitions for "Globus"
A term describing the feeling of a lump in the throat. It is usually related to stress but is also been associated with gastroesophageal reflux disease. Also called Globus Hystericus.
A sensation of a lump in your throat without an actual problem in swallowing; may be related to stress.
A sensation of something stuck or of a lump or tightness in the throat.
Latin = a globe.
L. globe, sphere, round body, a ball. Globus pallidus, the pale globe. Globose nucleus of cerebellum.
The Globus Project is a research project that is investigating how to build infrastructure for next generation computations
A collaborative academic project centered at Argonne National Laboratory focused on enabling the application of grid concepts to computing.
The Globus Project is developing fundamental technologies needed to build computational grids and publishing many of them in the Globus Toolkit while working to standardize them with the GGF.
Globus is the commercial name of a mix of producers, musicians and vocalists from the prominent movie trailer music production company Immediate Music.