Definitions for "file "
To put upon the files or among the records of a court; to note on (a paper) the fact date of its reception in court.
(1) (ISO) A set of related records treated as a unit; e.g., in stock control, a file could consists of a set of invoices. (2) The largest unit of storage structure that consists of a named collection of all occurrences in a database of records of a particular record type. Syn: data set.
A collection of similar records or data items.
A row of soldiers ranged one behind another; -- in contradistinction to rank, which designates a row of soldiers standing abreast; a number consisting the depth of a body of troops, which, in the ordinary modern formation, consists of two men, the battalion standing two deep, or in two ranks.
To march in a file or line, as soldiers, not abreast, but one after another; -- generally with off.
Vertical columns. labeled A to H, on the chessboard.
(fee' lay) Ground sassafras leaves used to season gumbo and other dishes
Ground sassafras leaves, added at the end of cooking, used to season and thicken, among other things, gumbo. Introduced to the French by local Indian tribes
Powder made of sassafras leaves used to season and thicken foods.
To bring before a court or legislative body by presenting proper papers in a regular way; as, to file a petition or bill.
A group of records treated as a unit containing information to be used for a common purpose.
Process of placing a document in the official custody of the clerk of the court to enter into the files or records of a case.
Keywords:  rasp, abrasive, smooth, polish, sharpen
Anything employed to smooth, polish, or rasp, literally or figuratively.
To rub, smooth, or cut away, with a file; to sharpen with a file; as, to file a saw or a tooth.
To smooth or polish as with a file.
Keywords:  dentist, tapered, pulpal, pupal, canal
A fine, tapered instrument used by a dentist to clean out pulpal tissue remnants and shape the root canal to accept a root canal filling material.
A very fine, tapered instrument used by a dentist to clean out the pupal tissue remaining in the canal during a root canal.
electronic transmission of a group of batches via ACH
A file is a group of entries transmitted by originating institutions or to receiving institutions by ACH operators. A file may contain one or more batches of entries.
A group of ACH batches initiated into the ACH Network or sorted for delivery to ACH receiving point(s). A file must be transmitted electronically via data transmission between the sending point and the receiving point. A file may be delivered to an end point via direct data transmission or magnetic tape.
A steel instrument, having cutting ridges or teeth, made by indentation with a chisel, used for abrading or smoothing other substances, as metals, wood, etc.
A file-like ridge on the under or ventral side of the tegmen or forewing; part of the sound-producing mechanism along with the scraper.
A file (or hand-file) is a hand tool used to shape material by abrasion. A file typically takes the form of a hardened steel bar, mostly covered with a series of sharp, parallel ridges or teeth. Most files have a narrow, pointed tang at one end to which a handle can be fitted.
A Former or Reforming Pile. What happens when the lifestyle gets to rough, or other things become more important. One has to file for a marriage certificate, a bankruptcy, birth certificate, becomes a Pedophile. "Dude what do you mean you are hanging out with the wife and kids tonight? Its two for ones at Nicholbys! What a fucking File."
Keywords:  fitnesse, fixup, fwiw, font, fps
FitNesse font variant Freedom Audio FWIW
fixup font fps g711
In cassette I/O, this consists of a 20-second leader of the mark tone plus any number of data bytes, and end-of-file. In diskette I/O, this consists of a number of sectors linked by pointers (125 data bytes per sector).
A group of bytes treated as a unit for storage, retrieval, and manipulation.
A sequence of bytes within the file system referenced by its filename.
An orderly succession; a line; a row
An orderly collection of papers, arranged in sequence or classified for preservation and reference; as, files of letters or of newspapers; this mail brings English files to the 15th instant.
a tool with rows of raised cutting teeth used for stock removal by hand
In GameCreate, a file is a text-based game configuration file managed using the GameCreate interface. GameCreate can maintain multiple definitions for the one filename (such as two copies of "server.cfg", one for team gameplay and one for duels). Each server can select the file definitions it needs to use. Apart from the normal contents of configuration files required to run the server, files can contain property substitutions and tags. Together, these features allow GameCreate's configuration screen to have full control over the contents of a file without the need to edit it manually.
Keywords:  anymore, viz, wrote, don, footage
1. as in print. “ I filed a report for the 6.” You wrote, edited, and got it to air. 2. file footage: Even though we don’t use film “footage” anymore, this is the term for viz from the archives.
The line, wire, or other contrivance, by which papers are put and kept in order.
To set in order; to arrange, or lay away, esp. as papers in a methodical manner for preservation and reverence; to place on file; to insert in its proper place in an arranged body of papers.
To lay away papers, etc., arranged in some methodical manner.
Keywords:  defile, foul
To make foul; to defile.
Keywords:  burs, sawn, freshly, tool, plastic
a tool for removing burs from freshly sawn metal or plastic
Determine file type, see the section called "More tools".
Keywords:  ppt, powerpoint, save, exit, slides
Menu item allowing you to open, close, and create rule files; as well as save and exit the Options Manager.
A slide or set of slides that you have created and saved under a unique file name. In PowerPoint, typical presentations are saved with the file extension .ppt.
Old saved video that's re-used.
Keywords:  typeile, dolines, contents, print, line
Uses DOLINES to print the contents of a file with line numbers. Similar to TYPEILE . File: JU:DOLINES
Keywords:  cnet, slash, nothing, html, something
a file located on your hard drive or some other local drive The second part of a URL (after the “://”) contains the address of the computer being located as well as the path to the file. For example, in “ Reports/index.html,” “” is the address or domain name of the host computer and “/Content/Reports/index.html” is the path to the file. When an address ends with a slash and not something like “.html,” the server usually defaults to a file in the current directory named “index.html”.
A file is a hit where the server has to send something back like an HTML page or an image. A hit may not always be a file. In a 404 error for example, a request is made of the server (a hit), but nothing is sent back.
Keywords:  shrewd, artful, person
A shrewd or artful person.
is handy when you are examining unfamiliar code and need to know how a word is defined. Enter FILE? followed by the name of the word to study.
The File property returns the name of the ASP file that generated the error.
a named entry in a file system, having an implementation-defined nature.
In a client workspace, file has the usual meaning. A file in the depot consists of the head revision of the file, and every revision of the same file.
Keywords:  submit, verb, editor, writer, noun
To submit written material, usually by mailing it or delivering it in person.
As a verb, when a writer submits a completed assignment to an editor. As a noun, the material submitted.
To submit in writing.
In SQL Remote replication, a message system that uses shared files for exchanging replication messages. This is useful for testing and for installations without an explicit message-transport system (such as MAPI). See also: replication, MAPI.
Transfer Protocol (FTP) - Application protocol for moving, copying, renaming and deleting files from one computer to another, most commonly from Web server to client.
What a secretary can now do to her nails six and a half hours a day, now that the computer does her day's work in 30 minutes.
Keywords:  narration, thought, thread, course
Course of thought; thread of narration.
Keywords:  burrs, sharp, properly, fit, dangerous
Filling is used to remove sharp edges or burrs that are a dangerous when handling you part. Removing burrs also allows your parts to fit together properly.
Keywords:  agenda, daily, printed, business, house
See Daily File.
The agenda for the business of the house. It is printed daily.
Keywords:  adf, underlying, node, root, single
An ADF file, which a single root node and its underlying structure.
This is where all the action takes place in a computer. It is an electronic piece of paper on which you write. You can write words, figures, or graphics (pictures).
To write a story.
Keywords:  float, grant
Keywords:  focus, strategy, frequency
Focus Strategy Frequency
Any and all file extensions that were viewed, visited, hit or downloaded from a particular website.
to file an application means to present a formal application for a patent to the Patent Office
File attempts to classify files depending on their contents and prints a description if a match is found.
Keywords:  classification, displays
Displays the classification of a file 1163
An object that can be written to, read from, or both. A file has certain attributes including access permissions and file type.
Keywords:  filter, finalize
Filter Finalize
Keywords:  press, wire, output, send, day
To send news by wire; also used to designate one day's output by a press association.
Keywords:  zero, blocks, addressable, user, group
A group of zero or more blocks which are addressable by the user.
A level of description, usually linked to a series. Includes materials are related to the same subject, activity, time frame or transaction.
Keywords:  roll, list
A roll or list.
file determine the type of a file by examining its contents
Keywords:  actual, identified, digital
An actual and identified digital file.
Keywords:  url, local, designate, your, system
Local files (files on your system). Used to designate local files in a URL.
Keywords:  section, determine, type, see
Determine file type, see Section