Definitions for "WASP"
Any one of numerous species of stinging hymenopterous insects, esp. any of the numerous species of the genus Vespa, which includes the true, or social, wasps, some of which are called yellow jackets.
social or solitary hymenopterans typically having a slender body with the abdomen attached by a narrow stalk and having a formidable sting
A close relative of honey bees, usually in the family Vespidae; they are carnivorous, some species preying on bees (see also, Hornet).
Mutated in the human immune deficiency disease Wiscott-Aldrich syndrome. Function in actin nucleation by stimulating the activity of the Arp2/3 complex. (Lecture: The Actin Cytoskeleton, 4/2/02)
Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome Protein
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(Wireless Applications Service Provider) - an organization that provides content and applications for wireless devices.
Acronym for Wireless Applications Service Provider, an organisation that provides content and applications for wireless devices, but not necessarily the technical infrastructure (like a MIP does, for example).
A wasp tells of small relationship difficulties.
Wasp is an Oscar-winning short film (26 minutes) written and directed by Andrea Arnold. Released in 2003, it stars Nathalie Press as a struggling single mother determined not to let her four young children prove an obstacle in the pursuit of rekindling a relationship with an old ex-boyfriend. Dartford (Arnold's hometown) is the setting.
The Wasp is a comic book superheroine in the Marvel Comics universe. She was a central member of The Avengers, and will be a central character in the early 2007's The Mighty Avengers. She was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in Tales to Astonish #44 (June 1963) and is perhaps most well known for changing her costume in every third issue she appears in.
Wasp is a 1957 science fiction novel by English author Eric Frank Russell. Since its latest edition, published through Gollancz Science Fiction in 2000, Wasp has become controversial because the protagonist commits acts of terrorism in often humorous fashion. Notable author of the Discworld series of fantasy books, Terry Pratchett, stated that he "can't imagine a funnier terrorists' handbook."
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