Definitions for "KeyHole"
A hole or apertupe in a door or lock, for receiving a key.
A hole or excavation in beams intended to be joined together, to receive the key which fastens them.
a mortise for a key or cotter.
Surgery surgery performed with a small or no incision
The term often used to describe the small incision made in the chest rather than the sternum (breastbone), allowing access to the heart. Freeman was the first in the area to perform keyhole procedures.
KeyHole is a Windows CE application that turns commodity CE devices into intelligent homing beacons that update their location in real-time to OpenGIS WFS servers.
Keywords:  vadose, phreatic, trench, foul, lane
Openings cut into continuous fuels used to dispose of cut material.
A passage shaped like a keyhole. Created as a phreatic tube which, after draining, had a vadose trench cut into the floor
An oval-shaped opening.
Keywords:  puddle, ahead, welding, plasma, arc
A term applied to the enlarged root opening which is carried along ahead of the puddle when making a plasma arc weld or with some other types of welding.
Keywords:  boomerang, elbow, acute, winged, angle
A two-winged boomerang with a very acute angle at the elbow
Keywords:  satellites, series, code, name
Code name for a series of satellites.