Definitions for "Casting"
Keywords:  poured, molten, mould, plaster, mold
The act or process of making casts or impressions, or of shaping metal or plaster in a mold; the act or the process of pouring molten metal into a mold.
That which is cast in a mold; esp. the mass of metal so cast; as, a casting in iron; bronze casting.
Pouring or forcing metal or glass into a prepared mold or any part manufactured in this manner.
Keywords:  regurgitate, hawk, fur, raptor, pellet
The act of casting off, or that which is cast off, as skin, feathers, excrement, etc.
An ovoid wad of indigestible fur, feathers, bone fragments, snake scales, and the like, seperated from meat in the hawk's stomach, bound together by the superfluous mucus in it's stomach and regurgitated some hours after eating.
Raptors regurgitate the skeletal remains (bones, fur, feathers) of their diet in a pellet form.
Keywords:  talent, actors, chooses, lll, director
The process of the director choosing actors to perform the characters in the play.
When a business chooses a model for a fashion show, print, etc.
the act of choosing a suitable model for a particular assignment.
Applied magecraft; a crafting actuated by magelight. Equated with the working of a touch and the gleaning of a visant.
Architectural castings have been used for centuries in traditional architecture as an efficient and effictive way to enhance both interior and exterior surfaces of buildings. This unique selection is hand cast in our San Francisco studio by skilled artisans using traditional techniques to ensure the finest detail common to the medium. Cast shells with fiber reinforcement, our castings provide strength and minimal weight for ease of shipping and installation.
The motion of falling off, so as to bring the direction of the wind on either side of the ship, after it has blown some time right a-head. It is particularly applied to a ship about to weigh anchor.
The Tao's expression into the dimensional universe, as in "fragments cast from the Tao," and the order of it, as in "first-cast warrior in the entity." A person's casting is his position within his entity (see "Entity"), or commonly, just his primary cadence position (see "Cadence").
Keywords:  o'clock, clock, premise, rod, shoulder
the motion of your rod from the three o'clock position to the ten o'clock position and releasing your line towards the body of water that you want to fish. For the most part, casting is done over the shoulder, but can be done from the side using the same premise of clock identification for positioning purposes.
A technique for binding local variables to subclasses of the local variable's type, as opposed to declaring the local variable explicitly for the subclass. You use casting to improve performance when binding subclasses of arrays.
Keywords:  notify, brief, attend, payable, ask
Clients ask to see models who fit a specific brief for a specific job. The client will hold a casting. You must attend all castings and dress accordingly. If you cannot attend a casting notify the agency. There are no fees payable castings by you, as you will not be paid as well.
Explicit conversion from one data type to another.
Keywords:  warping, board
The warping of a board.
Keywords:  throws, fishing, act, one
The act of one who casts or throws, as in fishing.
Keywords:  twisting, wood
Twisting of wood.
The act of viewing (and often converting) the information contained in a variable of one type as if that information was of another type.
Keywords:  changing, another, type, value, one
Changing a value from one type to another type.