A plane figure, bounded by a single curve line called its circumference, every part of which is equally distant from a point within it, called the center.
The line that bounds such a figure; a circumference; a ring.
A company assembled, or conceived to assemble, about a central point of interest, or bound by a common tie; a class or division of society; a coterie; a set.
A set of all points in a plane that are the same distance ( radius) from a fixed point ( center)
A round body; a sphere; an orb.
Typically used to refer to a ritual area cleansed and formed to contain raised energy until it is ready to be released toward its intended purpose/target. Circles are also frequently considered to be a place between worlds. Sometimes set up as a form of protection also.
See also: Conversion of Units, Sphere.
1. A group of people who practice Magic together. 2. A Wiccan Ritual. 3. The Magical boundary around a Wiccan Ritual that defines and contains the Sacred Space.
The round area within which shot-putters, discus and hammer throwers must stay when throwing their respective projectiles.
The competition area for the shot put.
Short for the "striking circle", "goal circle" or "shooting circle", a D-shaped area in front of each goal that an attacking player must enter to score a goal. An attacker must take a shot from inside (not outside) the circle to score a goal. A goalkeeper is permitted to use any part of the body to stop the ball while inside the circle.
A term for either a baroque or off-round pearl with a distinct line or band around it.
A circular group of persons; a ring.
Circuit breakers Circus swap
The Latin root of the word circle is circus. The traditional shape of the large roofless enclosures in which the famous Roman Chariot races were run was circular or oblong, and thus the word came to described this shape as well.
Flight-lead-directed defensive maneuver in which the flight establishes a circular holding pattern for mutual support.
Convivial post-run piss-take session at which down-downs are usually presented to hares, visitors, returners, sinners and leavers.
assembly of hashers at trail's end, normally for the purpose of conducting down-downs "Checking": answer shouted by FRB to pack when asked "Are You?", indicating that FRB has not determined whether the trail he's following is true or false
post-run session where down-downs and other presentations are made
The time after the pack has finished the trail when miscreants, visitors, virgins and other deviants are punished with a down down. Usually run by the RA or the GM (or both).
The game from which Shadow Siege's code is derived from.
Wager limit set for a particular game, depending on its importance. The game might also be kept to straight bets only.
A game where the betting limits are lowered, usually due to injuries and/or weather.
an event where the wagering limit (the action) is severely limited, i.e., where the sports book lowers its' normal wagering limits due to uncertain weather, significant injuries, or unconfirmed rumors regarding a contestant or team.
The balcony with tiered seating above the stalls. Also known as Dress Circle or Grand Circle.
A local unit of the Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic. Generally preceded by a name and followed by a number.
first balcony, mezzanine