Definitions for "Alligator "
The crocodile of America, superior in every detail to the crocodile of the effete monarchies of the Old World. Herodotus says the Indus is, with one exception, the only river that produces crocodiles, but they appear to have gone West and grown up with the other rivers. From the notches on his back the alligator is called a sawrian.
A large carnivorous reptile of the Crocodile family, peculiar to America. It has a shorter and broader snout than the crocodile, and the large teeth of the lower jaw shut into pits in the upper jaw, which has no marginal notches. Besides the common species of the southern United States, there are allied species in South America.
Amphibian tracked vehicle
Keywords:  rss, gecko, gtk, newsreader, aggregator
Alligator is an RSS aggregator. It supports all RSS formats and Atom. It has a simple, clean, user-friendly interface and an embedded Gecko-based browser.
GTK# RSS aggregator [newsreader]
Keywords:  teague, gazzo, forster, riker, sayles
Alligator is a 1980 horror comedy film, directed by Lewis Teague with a screenplay by John Sayles. It stars Robert Forster, Robin Riker and Michael V. Gazzo.
The Alligator is a Feet forwards motorcycle built by Dan Gurney Alligator Motorcycle Company which is the motorcycle division of the former driver/racing team owner's All American Racers workshop in Santa Ana, California. Although not the first of such design, it is unique for its unconventional low-slung seating position which allows for its low center of gravity.
to form shallow cracks in a reticulated pattern on the surface, or in a coating on the surface, of an object.
leather made from alligator's hide
of paint, varnish, or the like: to crack and acquire the appearance of alligator hide, as from weathering or improper application
A property that has a negative cash flow.
Purchasing lower priced properties will limit the appetite of the alligator. The alligator is an expensive piece of property that gobbles up all the profits. Negative cash flow on a keeper property is reffered to as an alligator. Back to the Top
Keywords:  retread, granny, roadway, lying, tire
Refers to a retread which has come off a tire and is lying on the roadway. "Watch out for the alligator in the granny land by the one five six mile marker!"
It is a dream of caution. Primordial fear. Be careful in making new speculations. It is a dream unfavorable to all persons connected to it.
Keywords:  conquer, haunting, overcome, pet, eaten
a house that you feed and it eats you)
Alligators most always symbolize a problem! To kill or conquer one means you have overcome a problem. To be surrounded by one means you have to choose one bad thing to get out of a lot of bad things. (any way you run you will encounter at least one). To be eaten or killed by an alligator means the problem that is haunting you is likely to do you harm if not cured. To have a pet alligator symbolizes great control over one's problems.
Keywords:  tadil, uhf, subsurface, overall, sea
LINK-11 or TADIL-A net, on HF or UHF. This is the link between land, air, sea and subsurface communications for the overall air picture and is transmitted to the C2 or 'Command and Control'
Keywords:  squeezer, puddle, ball, form
a form of squeezer for the puddle ball
a deceitful creature, and yet it possesses an open countenance when it is in the very act of taking you in
Keywords:  indie, breaker, album, rock, magazine
a rock breaker
Alligator is the third album by indie rock band, The National. This album was on many end of year top 10 lists. Uncut Magazine and Planet Sound had it as a top 2 album of the year.
Keywords:  jaw, movable, acute, accommodate, teeth
Any machine with strong jaws, one of which opens like the movable jaw of an alligator
(Jaws open at acute angle, one or both jaw faces have teeth, to accommodate multiple sizes with one opening. Some designs are adjustable. )
Keywords:  fresh, animal, water
a fresh water animal
Keywords:  nerves, steel, pressure, well, plays
Plays well under pressure or nerves of steel.
Keywords:  press, kind, job, called
a kind of job press, called also alligator press.
Keywords:  earns, month, costs, property
a property that costs more each month than it earns