A board having its edges inserted in the groove of a surrounding frame; as, the panel of a door.
A slab or plank of wood upon which, instead of canvas, a picture is painted.
a flat rectangular piece of wood set in a frame. Panels were popular on the sides of desks, sideboards, and wardrobes, and as doors
In a building, (1) a portion of a surface flush with or recessed from, or sunk below the surrounding area, sometimes set off by distinct molding or other decorative measure. (2) a usually flat and rectangular piece of construction material made to form part of a surface.
The area managed by a control panel extension. A panel contains controls and other dialog items related to the features managed by control panel extensions.
It is a switchboard or control board containing a set of related cords, jacks, relays, etc. Sometimes, it can also be a division of a switchboard or control board.
(computer science) a small temporary window in a graphical user interface that appears in order to request information from the user; after the information has been provided the user dismisses the box with `okay' or `cancel'
electrical device consisting of an insulated panel containing switches and dials and meters for controlling other electrical devices; "he checked the instrument panel"; "suddenly the board lit up like a Christmas tree"
A component of modular furniture that may be either freestanding or one of several interlocking components, such as those used in systems furniture; frequently supports other components such as shelving, work surfaces, and drawer pedestals. See also Systems Furniture.
A region internal to a Frame or another Panel. Used for grouping components together. Not bounded by a visible border. You can change background colour of a panel to delimit it though. Lives inside some enclosing Container. Container FlowLayout
A container for organizing the contents of a window or web page. The panel might collect and confirm user input. Panels might be used by wizards and follow an ordered sequence to fulfill a designated task. For example, Change Manager wizards use four panels. A title panel A scrolling panel that lists the steps the wizard takes A scrolling form panel where you specify parameter values A button panel
a Component, but it also contains Components
A group of respondents who are surveyed a number of times, in order to detect changes in their behaviour or opinions.
A group of people (usually consumers) who provide feedback on marketing problems.
a collection of individuals who have volunteered to participate in surveys (p. 143)
A variation of the quantitative survey approach. Where it differs however, is that participants become part of an ongoing process of regular consultation: as a member of a panel they may take part in several surveys or events over the course of a year.
Any group of persons selected to judge a contest, conduct a discussion, serve as advisers, or participate in any group activity in which they will provide information or make judgments.
A general term used to describe a pre-selected group of research participants recruited for more than one research study. The key benefits of panel-based research are lower cost (participants are recruited only once) and speed (data collection time is significantly reduced when participants are pre-recruited).
Several experts sit around a table and discuss a topic, they may field questions from an audience. Learners may prepare questions in advance for panelists. Each learner can submit one question anonymously or ask "e;on-the-spot"e.
a group of people gathered for a special purpose as to plan or discuss an issue or judge a contest etc
A piece of parchment or a schedule, containing the names of persons summoned as jurors by the sheriff;
the whole group of persons summoned on a particular day, from whom a jury is to be selected; also, the jury selected from that group.
It reffers to the jury: a committee appointed to judge a competition.
In appellate cases, a group of judges (usually three) assigned to decide the case. The term is used to refer to a group of potential jurors for the jury selection process.
A screen with fields for inputting data in EIS; a screen that displays related EIS information; for example, personal data, job data, or student data.
1. n. A formatted display of information that appears on a display screen. 2. n. In computer graphics, a display image that defines the locations and characteristics of display fields on a display surface.
The same as liquid crystal display (LCD).
a collection of interface display elements
or Raised Panel - areas that are raised on a Section that provide the visual appeal.
Usually a side, or back section of a machine that is removable for servicing the machine.
a large section of the signal that is bounded by the signal's deep local minima
an independently updatable section of the tool's window real estate
A portion of a framed structure between adjacent posts or struts, as in a bridge truss.
A segment of an aëroplane wing. In a biplane the outer panel extends from the wing tip to the next row of posts, and is trussed by oblique stay wires.
Chord segment defined by two adjacent panel points.
The chord segment defined by two successive joints.
In packaging, the face or side of a box.
A ‘face' or ‘side' of a box.
A box whitch contains a given scene (also BOX, FRAME).
A boxed-in cartoon, can be single panel, double panel or multiple panel.
A three-person committee assembled by the WTO to hear evidence in disputes between members, as part of the WTO dispute settlement mechanism. Panels are also used to settle disputes under NAFTA.
These are floating menus that help you make changes to your web page. You can decide whether or not you want them to show, move them around, and expand and collapse them. (Property Inspector, Objects, Assets, Behaviors, History etc.)
One or more people at the WCAT who hear and decide disputes regarding your claim.
The arbitrator(s) who decide(s) a dispute.
a fairly generic Container whose primary purpose is to subdivide the drawing area into separate rectangular pieces
a rectangular area on your HTML page, the visibility of which can be controlled on the server side
a visible rectangular object that cab provide two valuable services for application design
A rectangular sheet of base material or metal-clad material of predetermined size that is used for the processing of printed boards and, when required, one or more test coupons.
A sunken compartment with raised margins, molded or otherwise, as in ceilings, wainscotings, etc.
To form in or with panels; as, to panel a wainscot.
A compartment or tablet of various sizes painted, engraved, or carved with scenes, figures or ornamental motifs.
A sunken or raised portion of a door with a frame-like border.
The copper foil laminated fiberglass panel that printed circuit boards are built upon. Also known as substrate interlayer or core.
a representative body other than a council, committee, or board
The base material containing one or more circuit patterns that passes successively through the production sequence and from which printed circuit boards are extracted. See Backplanes and Panels.
An array of usually identical but separate printed circuit boards fabricated on a single substrate.
See photovoltaic (PV) panel.
A solar photovoltaic device composed of groups of individual solar cells connected in series, in parallel, or in series-parallel combinations to produce a standard output. See 'module'.
(See PV Module)
A term often used to describe a solar module.
A prisoner arraigned for trial at the bar of a criminal court.
a thin bar across the top or bottom of the screen
Any one of the separate areas of RealPlayer Plus. Each is separated by lines on the top and bottom. Bars may be dragged above and below panels to create a different visual order by using the grab bar, the double bar on the side that allows you to change the top to bottom order you see in your Player.
The part of the ticking that constitutes the top or bottom of a mattress.
It is a finished stone unit that is used on walls.
A piece of roof or wall sheeting. See also Sheeting.
a uniform surface of a piece of china which is repeated and connected much like the walls of a room. Most evident in Shelley Queen Anne and Antique patterns.
The exterior metal roof and wall paneling of a Metal Building System. See also Covering.
A side of a container.
in the GREPLAY procedure, a part of the template in which one or more pictures can be displayed. A template can contain one or more panels.
a simple container class
A piece of laminate which contains multiple images of a circuit.
One-half of a curtain or pair of draperies.
A fairly generic term used to describe the fabric hanging from a curtain rod and spanning the length of the window.
one half a pair of draperies or curtains
A panel is one half of a pair of curtains.
A section of artwork based on the production area of a device, such as a plotter or printer. If the artwork size exceeds the production area, different panels are set up by the sign software, and can be produced by selecting individual panels. See also tiling.
Also called a tile. A division of a job based on a device's production area.
Division of a job based on the production area of a device, such as a plotter or printer. If the job size exceeds the production area, different panel are set up by sign software, and can be pro-duced by selecting individual panels. Also called tiling. Usually refers to a billboard face, but can also refer to a single sign structure. Pass â€“ Describes the travel of a printhead across media in inkjet printers with shuttling printheads. Each pass of the printhead in-creases color density and resolution of the image.
a special widget that is designed to contain and arrange other widgets
a widget commonly packaged as part of a widget toolkit for a graphical user interface
a widget that displays arbitrary graphics drawn outside of Tk
a grouping of rock art elements that occupy a unique surface or which are separated by distance from other elements at the same site.
The panel is the surface on which the stud is located.
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