Definitions for "Tulip "
The University Licensing Project. TULIP is "an initiative of Elsevier Science Publishers to explore the issues involved in electronic distribution of scholarly journals. The TULIP project involves nine universities and about sixty Materials Science journal titles." URL:
The University Licensing Program --- Elsevier, 40 bitmap journals on materials
An experiment in which Elsevier Science scanned material science journals and a group of universities mounted them on local computers.
Any plant of the liliaceous genus Tulipa. Many varieties are cultivated for their beautiful, often variegated flowers.
any of numerous perennial bulbous herbs having linear or broadly lanceolate leaves and usually a single showy flower
Perfect Lover, Frame, Flower Emblem of Holland
Term often used to describe a Calvinist, one who supports some variation of predestination. T=Total depravity U = Unconditional Election L= Limited atonement. Christ only died for the elect I = Irresistible Grace P = Perseverance of the believer See also: Lapsarianism
A pressed glass pattern of a vertical row of tulips, every one with three rounded petals, the interstices done with diamond pointing. The bowls of covered dishes have a wavy edge made by the petals, which matches the shape of the cover.
Any of an assortment of bulb varieties available in almost every color. Each tall, succulent stem ends with one blossom made of smooth, flat petals. The blooms vary in size from medium to large and are available from early spring through the summer. Tulip varieties also include the ruffled parrot tulip and the large French tulip.
Tulip is a software system dedicated to the visualization of huge graphs. It manages graphs with up to 500,000 elements on a personal computer .
Tulip is a software for visualisation of huge graphs. It provides 3D OpenGl rendering, Editing, Automatic drawing and Automatic Clustering.
Keywords:  undercut, tripod, sack, roller, joint
a special type of joint which looks like a regular joint with a sack
The outer housing on a tripod CV joint. The tulip may be "closed" (encloses the roller bearings) or "open" (the tracks for the roller bearings are cut out of the housing). UF Abbreviation for undercut free joint.
Also referred to as transurethral laser incision of the prostate. The user of laser through the urethra to shrink prostate tissue.
Keywords:  rhizome, crab, familiar, grass, rice
a rhizome as is rice grass, even the familiar crab grass
a pictorial representation of the route