Definitions for "GATE"
Keywords:  sprue, runner, molten, cavity, ingate
The channel or opening through which metal is poured into the mold; the ingate.
The waste piece of metal cast in the opening; a sprue or sullage piece.
In injection molding, the channel through which the molten resin flows from the runner into the cavity. Generally, it is small and solidifies first. The restricted opening through which the plastic enters the mold cavity.
Keywords:  transistor, nand, logic, jfet, cmts
1. A digital circuit with several inputs and one output that performs a logical function such as AND, OR, NOT, NAND, or NOR. 2.The money that is collected for admission. 3. The starting position for a drag race. 4. To take the lead in a drag race right from the start.
1) A logic element that blocks or passes a signal, depending on the status of specified input signals. 2) The control element of an SCR or of some other solid-state devices.
1. Physical input to a CMOS transistor pair. 2. A logic gate such a NOR or NAND. 3. A number of repetitive active element groups. 4. A transistor.
Keywords:  oar, oarlock, bar, rowlock, rigger
A bar across the oarlock to prevent the oar from popping out.
he part of the rigger that hold the oar sleeve in place and at the correct distance from the rower.
A bar across the oarlock that keeps the oar from popping out.
A large door or passageway in the wall of a city, of an inclosed field or place, or of a grand edifice, etc.; also, the movable structure of timber, metal, etc., by which the passage can be closed.
An opening for passage in any inclosing wall, fence, or barrier; or the suspended framework which closes or opens a passage. Also, figuratively, a means or way of entrance or of exit.
The places which command the entrances or access; hence, place of vantage; power; might.
Narrow, short passage between two obstacles.
In whitewater slalom, a passage marked by two poles that the paddler must pass through. See downstream gate; upstream gate.
a lightweight pole or poles inserted into the snow around which a slalom skier must go in descending the race course
A movable door at each end of a lock chamber to hold back water and allow the changing of water levels. Vantail in French.
a moveable, water tight barrier used inside a sewer to control the movement or direction of wastewater flow.
a device or structure by means of which the flow of may be stopped or regulated. Also, a section of conveyor equipped with a hinged mechanism for movable service often called a hinged section.
Keywords:  gobo, iris, lantern, profile, shutter
slot near the centre of a profile lantern where effects such as gobo s or iris es can be inserted and projected in focus.
The focal plane of a profile spot into which gobos and iris diaphragms can be placed.
The internal part of a profile spotlight where the beam of light focuses.
Keywords:  threshold, silence, mics, drum, fall
A door, valve, or other device, for stopping the passage of water through a dam, lock, pipe, etc.
A device which is used as an electronic "switch." Signals that are lower in level than a user-set point (threshold) do not pass the gate. It opens and passes the signal unaltered when the signal is sufficiently loud. A full function gate has adjustable attack (open) and release (close) times, and often a hold (duration) feature, as well.
A sound device that switches off the signal path when the signal falls below a certain predetermined level (threshold). Gates are typically used to ensure silence between pauses in the signal during vocal passages or to prevent ‘spill' between the close-proximity, multiple mics on a drum kit.
The area where passengers board and deplane an aircraft.
passageway (as in an air terminal) where passengers can embark or disembark
Designated area in airport terminal where passengers for a specific flight board or deplane the aircraft.
Ammount of money the is generated from ticket sales.
Amount of money the is generated from ticket sales
These are the receipts paid at the box office. The word comes from the prize-fighting days when matches were held out in open fields. A gate would be set up and spectators were required to pass through the gate, pay cash or present a ticket they bought earlier. Gate can also mean the size of the crowd, but more often than not refers to the amount of money paid by the spectators. Daniel Mendoza, 18th century bare-knuckle fighter, was one of the first to insist that boxers only fight in front of paying spectators.
In a lock tumbler, the opening for the stump of the bolt to pass through or into.
The part of the karibiner that opens.
(n.) A notch cut into the edge of a tumbler to accept a fence or sidebar. Source: Lock Industry Standards and Training (LIST) Council
an electrical signal that triggers an analog envelope generator, just as if you were pushing a key on the synth's keyboard
1) An electrical signal generated whenever a key is depressed on an electronic keyboard. This is used to trigger envelope generators and other events that need to be synchronised to key actions. 2. In the film industry, the producer is typically the individual who "makes it happen", meaning, they are the one who will most likely find the financial backing as well as the technical talent (such as a director of photography) to "produce" the movie/TV show etc.
Gifted and Talented Education.
the aperture unit of a film camera or projector through which film passes, allowing each frame to be singularly exposed or projected.
The area of a film transport where the currently active portion of the film is positioned for scanning or projection.
AKA "film gate." Opening on a camera (or projector) behind the lens through which a single frame is exposed (or projected).
once upon a time synonymous with jazz musician; used as well to designate Louis Armstrong or Jack ("Big Gate") and Charlie ("Little Gate") Teagarden.
Guaranteed Accommodation and Training for Employment
Acronym for GARP Atlantic Tropical Experiment.
acronym for "Grassroots Advocacy Training Exchange", the place for training those interested in grassroots efforts
The main or official workspace for a project or consolidation. This workspace is managed by the gatekeeper for the project or consolidation, who performs regular builds, backs out incorrect or nonconforming changes, and is responsible for either integrating the sources into a parent gate or delivering regular builds to the WOS, as appropriate. After completing implementation and review, a developer will putback his or her changes to an appropriate gate. A gate is ``golden source,'' a shared resource expected to be usable at all times.
Electrode of a MOSFET, which controls the charge in the channel
Electrode of an FET, which controls the charge in the channel
See under Traffic Control Devices.
To punish by requiring to be within the gates at an earlier hour than usual.
restrict (school boys') movement to the dormitory or campus as a means of punishment
a fault in the space-time continuum where two normally distant points of space touch one another. Following Markus Tannhauser's theories, Tannhauser's Gates are the basis of Faster Than Light travel technology.
Inspect for damage. Check gate hinges for wear and grease if necessary.
A section of conveyor equipped with a hinge mechanism to provide an opening for a walkway, etc., manual or spring-loaded.
A way; a path; a road; a street (as in Highgate).
An underground roadway. From Old English 'gate' meaning path or footpath.
A residence in Dent
an unpleasant reminder of the urban life that many Cosumnes Acres residents want to escape
Keywords:  subgate, see
See also subgate.
1] The slotted guide for the gearshift of an internal combustion engine. [2] The slotted guides in a shift drum. [3] A tailgate.
The ultimate technological achievement of an empire, a gate is a construction that enables any fleet to teleport anywhere in the galaxy in a single year.
a serious first novel examining love, consciousness and the nature of reality, author Dick Croy is aiming at a much larger audience than such a description is likely to attract
a portal allowing gladiators to move instantly from one part of the arena to another
a good choice if you plan to use your fireplace often or if you need a way to deter curious children from exploring your fireplace
The structure which closes the access way between pens and paddocks. There are many kinds made from, wood, pipe, and steel. Different functions such as lift and swing, drafting gate, backing gate. See also Queensland Gate Flood Gate
Keywords:  horse, start, barrier, race, riders
The thing riders line up against for the start of the race, you go when it drops.
the starting mechanism.
See starting gate.
Global Alliance for Transnational Education
Keywords:  gait, manner
Manner; gait.
total admission receipts at a sports event
a call-admission control mechanism that uses, for example, known packet filters at the edge routers
a significant proof of the fact that there was some kinda inspiration somewhere
a connection point for connecting a message inside a fragment with a message outside a fragment
a connection point for relating a Message outside an InteractionFragment with a Message inside the InteractionFragment
an extended pulse that corresponds to the length of an event (a key held down)
A signal that, depending on the condition, either enables or disables an operation to occur.
this is an analogous term used to describe the process of separating the pulse signals. The receiver station knows to activate a one of eight circuits along which an in-coming pulse travels. Which of these gates opens depends upon its place in sequence after the synchronisation pulse. A gate is only opened once per cycle and closes before the next signal arrives approximately 3.5µsec later thereby allowing data specific to that channel to be received by that gate.
General Access to X.25 Transport Extension. SNA extension for handling X.25. Configuration option under NPSI.
Keywords:  salutation, abbr, male, mouth, person
a male person (a salutation), abbr. for "gate-mouth".
Keywords:  solitaire, laid, deck, game, way
Gate is a solitaire card game which is played using a deck of 52 playing cards. It gets its name because the cards are laid out in such a way that they form a gate.
Keywords:  acd, trunks, arriving, split, answered
An ACD routing division that allows contacts arriving on specific telephone trunks or certain transaction types to be answered by specific groups of employees. Also referred to as split or group.
A gate is also known as an antenna or tower and is used to detect anti-theft hard tags and labels that have not been deactivated.
Keywords:  batsman, bat, bowled, gap, pad
the gap between a batsman's bat and his pad. He was bowled through the gate.
an entity that enables Visitors to move from one Place to another
a place where people freely converge and gather, but for a destination beyond itself
Keywords:  marker, deviation, cones, layout, stay
Two or more cones that you must drive between to stay on course. A series of gates makes up the layout of the course. Miss one, and you have a Course Deviation. Marker cones (cones sitting on their side) often point towards the gates to help you out.
Keywords:  flavour, pick, event, happening, proof
The check-in place at an event. If there is an event fee, this is where you pay or pick up your proof of pre-registration. This is also a useful place to get directions to different activities or to ask when specific things are happening.
a flavour of an event
Keywords:  midi, general
General MIDI
Keywords:  vacation, boards, plane, traveler, area
The Boarding gate
The area in which a traveler boards a plane to go on vacation
Keywords:  supply, house
To supply with a gate.
supply with a gate; "The house was gated"
GATE is an architecture, framework and development environment for developing, evaluating and embedding Human Language Technology. See for full details.
Keywords:  silicon, chips, circuits, handle, phone
These are (1) devices that are used to handle many incoming phone calls, and (2) circuits on silicon chips.
Keywords:  'noise, see
See 'Noise Gate'
Keywords:  expander, turned, ratio
an expander with the ratio turned up
Keywords:  warning, integral, active, part, system
an integral part of the active warning system
Keywords:  automated, vary, process, may
an automated process and results may vary
Keywords:  city, access, point
a point of access into and out of a city
Keywords:  lets, text, holds, water, referred
Referred to in this text as a gate that holds water in or lets water out.
Keywords:  front
Same as `Front Gate.'
Limiting values within which the characteristics, for example time-current characteristics, shall be contained.
Keywords:  agent, group, see
See Agent Group.