A small vessel, used commonly to drink from; as, a tin cup, a silver cup, a wine cup; especially, in modern times, the pottery or porcelain vessel, commonly with a handle, used with a saucer in drinking tea, coffee, and the like.
(Jargon Rating= 4) The newer method of snowboard construction is cap construction where, confusingly the board is still made of layers but the topsheet is pulled down over the edges of the board to add further protection.
To bend as a result of shrinkage; usually referred to as across the length of a piece of wood. Damp-proof course (DPC) - A layer of impervious material that prevents moisture rising through a floor or in a wall. Earth - A connection between the earth or ground and an electrical circuit; also a terminal to which this connection is made.
A teacup warns you to take special interest this reading and indicates good fortune in all areas of love. Page Top Daisy A daisy suggests that a new light will soon be shed on an issue. The answer to a burning question will be revealed. 'He loves me. He loves me not...'
one of the four suits, Cups most often refer to areas of life having to do with love, emotion, feelings, art, artistic inspiration, the muse, sensitivity, intuition, romance, friendship, relationships, emotional fulfillment, dreams, fantasy, etc., and to the element Water. Some deck creators prefer to call this suit Chalices.
1) Refers to the irregular occlusal surface of the tooth (the surfaces that meet when a horse closes its mouth) and is used as a visual method of determining age in a horse. 2) Trophy awarded to winning horse owners, usually in a stakes race.
The cup is a unit of measurement for volume, used in cooking to measure bulk foods like chopped vegetables (an example of a dry measurement) or liquids like milk (fluid measurement). It is in common use in many countries, especially nations which were once part of the British Empire, including the United States and most members of the Commonwealth of Nations, and nations which sought to emulate them, such as Japan. However the "cup" is not commonly used in the UK.
Conditional Use Permit.A process which provides for public input and review of certain uses which require special consideration because of their unique site development requirements and operating characteristics. CUP is a means of regulating the use of property in a zone where they are not permitted by right. The Planning Commission grants a CUP which is discretionary permit granted subject to conditions to ensure compatibility with surrounding land uses.
Conditional Use Permit. Also known as special use permit or use permit, the CUP allows specific land uses in zones not normally allowed for a particular site to ensure that the proposed use is compatible with the surrounding neighborhood. Typical CUPs are hospitals and gas stations, or temporary uses such as Christmas tree sales.
CUP is an pure Java LALR Parser generator that generates Java source code. It serves the same role as the widely used program YACC , and includes most of YACC's features. CUP supports embedded Java code, produces java-based parsers, and comes with sample grammars for Java
diagram The cup is the rounded part of the inside of the mouthpiece. Cups are usually sized using a letter that has been stamped onto the outside of the mouthpiece. The systems for identification vary, however. While an "A" cup may be very deep for one manufacturer, it may be very shallow for another. Cup size is an important consideration when choosing mouthpieces. A deeper cup usually aids in a richer, fuller sound while a shallow cup often has a thinner sound, but can aid in the upper register. It isn't encouraged that young trumpet players use shallow mouthpieces.
Common Underlying Proficiency is a model of bilingualism represented as either two icebergs or a profile of a head with a bubble inside. The model indicates that both first and second language operate through the same central processing system. Thus, if proficiency is attained in first language, it can be used to facilitate the development of proficiency in a second language. [See graphic in Section Two
The Computer Users Panel is composed of departmental, student and staff representatives and has the purpose of informing the Information Services Committee of the needs of Computing Service users at the University of Kent.
Comprehensive University Presence [This plan was developed in 1995 to serve the educational and economic development needs in southeast Florida. CUP is defined to mean that a full range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs will be available through the combined offerings of the public universities in the region.
Where there is cash or available margin in the account at the time of placing the purchase order, the said order can be tagged as 'CUP' trade. This cash or margin amount will be locked for this 'CUP' trade for settlement.