Definitions for "Crawler"
Keywords:  spider, bot, robot, surf, engine
Software used by a search engine to find and index pages; also called a robot or a spider.
A type of spider (typically from a search engine) that examines each page in a website by following all the links in each document to download each page in the website. CSS
A type of a Spider that will download multiple pages from the same web site. This is for search engine indexes.
The first instar motile nymphal stage of scale insects and mealybugs, which moves to a new feeding site before settling down to a sessile existence for the rest of its developmental life.[1
the motile first-instar nymph of a scale insect.
kraWL-luhr) A nickname for the immature stages of certain insects like scales and mealybugs. The name derives from the fact that they are mobile during their immature stages — in a limited way, albeit, but still mobile.
A tracked, military vehicle. Various designs carry troops, cargo, or weapons.
a tractor with tracks instead of wheels
A tractor that uses tracks in place of wheels. Crawlers exhibit superior floatation and traction compared to wheel tractors since their weight is spread over significantly more surface area. They are more maintenance intensive and costly. Crawlers are critical for operations requiring floatation such as areas where soil compaction is a problem. They are also critical to operations where serious traction is required such as using a bulldozer blade.
a sub-human, almost Neanderthal, creature that ended up missing out on the evolutionary development of mankind, and has been left in the cave systems to dwell forever more
The Crawlers are a Morlock-like human subspecies in the film The Descent that have resorted to cannibalism. According to an interview with Neil Marshall at Movies Online!, "The crawlers are cave men that never left the cave," ... "They’ve evolved over thousands of years, living down there in families.
A background process whose main task is to check contents of URLs that are labeled as 'Need Rechecking' in order to determine whether the inspected URLs are to be Allowed or Blocked. This program is configurable to work according to a certain schedule in non-rush times of using the internet. This term is used interchangeably with URL Agent.
Crawler was the band created from Back Street Crawler, following the death of their guitarist, Paul Kossoff (formerly of Free) on 19 March 1976. Geoff Whitehorn replaced Kossoff, but the band were dropped from the Atlantic label because of Whitehorn's relative obscurity. They were instead signed to the Epic label, with a line-up consisting of Terry Slesser (vocals), Terry Wilson (bass), John Bundrick (keyboards), Geoff Whitehorn (guitar), and Tony Braunagel (drums).
Surface lure that appears to be crawling across the water surface on a steady retrieve. Fluted Blade Type of spinner blade, supposed to reflect more light. Similar to an Indiana blade in shape. See also Colorado, French, Indiana, In-line and Willowleaf blades French Blade Type of spinner blade, most familiar on Mepps Comet spinners See also Colorado, Fluted, Indiana, In-line and Willowleaf blades
A computer program that retrieves online documents and the references linked to them, and may perform indexing.
terrestrial worm that burrows into and helps aerate soil; often surfaces when the ground is cool or wet; used as bait by anglers
Keywords:  headpin, dominos, pin, strike, knocks
A strike that is achieved without hitting the headpin. On the right, the ball hits the 3-6 in a full rack, and the pin action knocks the 4-pin into the 2-pin and the 2-pin into the headpin.
A strike on which the ball misses the head pin. So called because the 4, 2, and 1 pins usually fall slowly, like dominos, after the rest of the pins are down.
Keywords:  creeper, reptile, one
One who, or that which, crawls; a creeper; a reptile.
Keywords:  creeps, ground, along, person
a person who crawls or creeps along the ground
Keywords:  urgent, banner, flashes, bottom, screen
a banner that appears at the bottom of the screen and flashes an urgent message
an additional gear reduction unit placed in front of the existing t-case gear reduction unit
Keywords:  advantage, tries, gain, someone, order
a person who tries to please someone in order to gain a personal advantage
a script that will basically return matching items you specify for it to find
Keywords:  directory, subject, internet
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