Definitions for "Sweeping"
Keywords:  swept, curls, farther, glide, upwoard
players sweep to make the rock travel farther or keep it from curling too much. Good sweepers can increase the distance a stone travels by more than 10 feet. Sweeping creates a thin film of water under the rock that allows it to glide easier. Two players are ready to sweep each shot.
The pick is swept through the strings in a down- or upwoard motion. This technique is used mainly used with arpeggios.
When a client of FXDirectDealer has a P/L in another currency other than US dollars, the P/L must be converting at the close of each business day into US dollars, at an exchange rate prevailing at the time (known as the Conversion Rate). This process is called sweeping. Note that until the P/L is swept, the clients Account Value may fluctuate slightly (up or down) as exchange rate for the Profit and Loss currency changes. For example, if the client has a profit in Yen, if the value of the yen rises after the position is closes, but before the profit is swept into dollars, the Account Value will change. The change is only on the profit/loss amount so the effect is minimal.
Rowing with each rower controlling only one oar. Sweep rowers row in pairs, fours, and eights. Pairs and fours may have a coxswain (designated 2+, 4+) or not (designated 2-, 4-). See sculling.
type of rowing where each rower uses one oar. This is the typical rowing style for collegiate events.
Keywords:  broom, brush, swiftness, litter, flip
Cleaning off surfaces, or cleaning away dust, dirt, or litter, as a broom does; moving with swiftness and force; carrying everything before it; including in its scope many persons or things; as, a sweeping flood; a sweeping majority; a sweeping accusation.
The action of moving a broom or brush back and forth in the path of a moving stone.
Using a brush to polish the ice in an effort to alter the action of the rock.
one of the 5Ss used for workplace organisation. Sweeping involves collecting nonessential goods and removing them from the work area.
one of the 5Sâ€(tm)s used for workplace organization. Sweeping involves collecting nonessential goods and removing them from the work area.
in Interbase, the process that collects and frees older and unneeded versions of each record in one database when a threshold (known as Sweeping Interval) is reached. This is due to the multi versioning engine and doesn't happen on other commercial relational databases. Sweeping can be invoked explicitly through the Interbase utilities, too. It's a garbage collection process applied to every table in a database.
Keywords:  workplane, far, polygon, reforms, drawn
having broad range or effect; "had extensive press coverage"; "far-reaching changes in the social structure"; "sweeping reforms"
(n) A 3-D modeling operation in which a closed polygon, called a profile, is drawn on the workplane (the U–V plane) and is transformed along a defined path. The sweeping technique is procedural in nature in that instructions are given as to how far and in what direction the sweep of the profile is to occur in order to create the solid.
Keywords:  bight, harbor, drag, road, loose
The act of dragging the bight or loose part of a rope along the surface of the ground, in a harbor or road, in order to drag up something lost.
Keywords:  glance, river, view, combination, wide
taking in or moving over (or as if over) a wide area; often used in combination; "a sweeping glance"; "a wide-sweeping view of the river"
In Global Liquidity, the process of returning funds from accounts held overseas to accounts held in the UK.
Service by which the bank transfers funds between a company's accounts at the end of each day to maximize returns or minimize costs on interest rates.
ignoring distinctions; "sweeping generalizations"; "wholesale destruction"