Definitions for "Ghosts"
are the spirits of beings who once lived.
Undead spirits of dead intelligent creatures who have stayed, willingly or not, between this world and the world of the dead. They are not usually completely substantial, so they can walk through walls.
Sentient beings from another realm of the desire world who have material bodies, but of a different sort than humans. Some ghosts or spirit beings inhabit the human and heavenly realms, but some live in their own place. They are not visible to most humans. They vary in level of accomplishment and may have considerable supernormal powers. Miserliness and greed are the primary causes for incarnation in this realm.
Threats that exist only in your own mind. A fear of your opponent or a lack of confidence will often lead to the appearance of ghosts and the cropping up of blunders in your play.
Half seen spectral apparitions thought to be the souls of people long dead. In stories they either inspire fear or give warning to the living.
Threats created in the mind of inexperienced players due to lack of confidence or fear of their opponent.
Players suffering from lag are often seen or see other players as figures that are on screen one minute, gone the next. This Ghosting is due to the delay in your PlayStation®2 processing information. Thankfully it's rare.
If a player suffers from lag they can flicker or vanish from the screens of other gamers. If you're playing on a broadband connection using a server with good ping you shouldn't suffer from this too much.
A ghost displaced to the left of the primary image is designated as "leading", and one displaced to the right is designated as "following" (lagging). When the tonal variations of the ghost are the same as those of the primary image, it is designated as "positive" and when the reverse condition occurs, it is designated as "negative".
Ghosts (original Norwegian title: Gengangere) is a play by the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. It was written in 1881 and first staged in 1883.
GHOSTS is a short feature film by Michael Jackson which could also be classified as a long-form music video. It was filmed and first screened in 1996 and released along with select prints of the film Stephen King's THINNER. It was released a year later internationally on VHS.
Ghosts is the 2nd album of Siobhán Donaghy, to be released April 9, 2007.
Unphysical fields used to scare away experimentalists.
Keywords:  tao, overwritten, trash, wipe, shtml
are residual traces of data left when overwritten by other data. When you simply put something in the trash and empty it - there will be ghosts of your original data left behind. For more information on ghosts and secure file-wiping go to
Keywords:  fathom, revisited, grave, thirty, guard
Deaths-Head Revisited The Changing of the Guard The Thirty-Fathom Grave
Ghosts is a comic book series published by DC Comics from 1971 to 1982 for 112 issues. It's tag line was, "True Tales of the Weird and Supernatural".
Keywords:  guise, biggest, band, london, japan
Ghosts was a single by the British band Japan. It reached No 5 in the UK chart in 1982. Although it was their biggest hit, this was not enough to stop the band splitting a few months later.
Ghosts are a band from London, England. Their music can be loosely defined as soft rock. They have been under many identities for ten years before finding moderate success under this guise.
Keywords:  lurks, doesn, chat, former, forum
A former team owner who lurks around in the forum and chat rooms but doesn\'t have a team.
Colloquial term for an incorrect reported number of sites, unreviewed, or errors in a category. A category which is reported as having two unreviewed, but which actually has zero unreviewed is said to have two ghosts.
Indistinct image patterns appearing as solids or reverse printing, typically caused by poor ink distribution, inconsistency in plate and/or substrate thickness, and/or poor base ink formulation.
Keywords:  multipath, distortion, see
See Multipath distortion.
Keywords:  chinese, slang, white, people
Chinese slang for white people