Definitions for "Label"
A slip of silk, paper, parchment, etc., affixed to anything, and indicating, usually by an inscription, the contents, ownership, destination, etc.; as, the label of a bottle or a package.
A slip of ribbon, parchment, etc., attached to a document to hold the appended seal; also, the seal.
To affix a label to; to mark with a name, etc.; as, to label a bottle or a package.
Keywords:  widget, jlabel, caption, text, string
When a new work item is generated into a Simulation, it is exactly the same as every other item. Labels let you tell items apart by attaching a Label, or property, to the item, and then giving the Label a numeric or Text value. An example of a Label would be Age. Everyone has an age, but ages differ form person to person. Part Number is another example of a Label. Each part has a part number that may be different.
The text (or graphic) that identifies a control (also referred to as a caption).
Control that displays descriptive text, such as a caption of title.
Keywords:  goto, symbol, integer, colon, identify
A unique name or other nominal code assigned to identify the geographic representation of a map feature. It is distinguished from attribute data by serving as the unique identifier for geographic features (e.g., label: Jones Lake; attributes: area, depth, water quality).
Diamond, square, or rectangular-shaped attachment to a package that identifies the hazardous nature of a material.
An ordered set of characters used to symbolically identify an instruction, a program, a quantity, or a data area. The label also symbolically designates the memory location which is to contain the instruction, etc. The label is, therefore, the symbolic analog of an address. A label may be absolute, relative, direct, or indirect. See also address.
The functional portion of a pressure sensitive construction, comprised of the face material and adhesive, cut into various shapes.
Any stamp-like adhesive that is not a postage stamp.
Text and/or graphics printed on paper with an adhesive backing and then cut to a specified shape and size. Similar to a decal; decals are printed on an adhesive-backed film, where as labels are printed on adhesive-backed paper. Label is commonly used as a generic term for Decals, Nameplates, Overlays, Legend Plates, and Tags, as well as labels.
Keywords:  revision, eldest, mark, tag, son
A barrulet, or, rarely, a bendlet, with pendants, or points, usually three, especially used as a mark of cadency to distinguish an eldest or only son while his father is still living.
The manufacturers marking on the ball, pin or lane.
a label is the set of letters following an open parenthesis, which indicates the type of constituent; a word-level label may also be referred to as a tag (NP-NOM ...)
A heading or description that helps someone viewing a spreadsheet to understand it.
A type of data that can be entered into a spreadsheet cell. It consists of words that usually label a column or row of numbers. (SpSht, Gr. 6)
An entry in a spreadsheet that contains a letter is recognized automatically as a label. Labels are excluded from calculations. You can format a number as a label if you begin the entry with and apostrophe ('). The number is then excluded from calculations.
The name now generally given to the projecting molding by the sides, and over the tops, of openings in mediæval architecture. It always has a square form, as in the illustration.
In mediæval art, the representation of a band or scroll containing an inscription.
Chemical group or radioactive atom added to a molecule in order to follow its progress through a biochemical reaction or to locate it spatially. Also, as a verb, to add such a group or atom to a cell or molecule.
a radioactive isotope that is used in a compound in order to trace the mechanism of a chemical reaction
distinguish (as a compound or molecule) by introducing a labeled atom
Keywords:  stuck, bottle, pritt, insist, vintage
what is stuck on a bottle (normally has the name of the content on it)
It's everything you need to know about a wine. most wine laws insist that labels reveal the following: the wine's name, the size of the bottle, The wine's vintage, The wine's alcoholic strength, The producer's name and address, The wine's quality level.
See content label.
Keywords:  descriptor, typedef, rpath, rpl, conary
A label is the internal name given to an object, location or variable. No two labels can be the same.
A component of a UBE filter; it provides a named destination for the actions of other filters.
another name for cell reference. Cells may also be given a name which is sometimes called a label.
a swell slice of Wagoner-style country, with the studio slickers backing her up (Hargus Robbins, Junior Huskey, Lloyd Green, et al
Labels are just the names we give vertices and edges so we can tell them apart. Usually, we use the integers 1, 2, ..., n as the labels of a graph or digraph with n vertices. The assignment of label to vertex is arbitrary.
an arbitrary property ascribed by others
Keywords:  tassel
A tassel.
Keywords:  libel
To libel.
Index Definition: Label (Forms) Description: Used to attach information to a control in a form.
a brief description given for purposes of identification; "the label Modern is applied to many different kinds of architecture"
a descriptive and potentially non-unique name for the queue that is assigned by the queue administrator when the queue is created
A four-character sequence that identifies the suggested use for an element. Compare kind.
a case-sensistive sequence of alphanumeric characters, whose definition can be tested or specified
a null-terminated sequence of characters
Keywords:  deprecated
Pearson Custom Publishing
Genealogical Publishing Company
Wadsworth Publishing
Written material and instructions that accompany the medical test. Labeling includes the writing on the outside of the box as well as instructions packaged with the test.
A sequence of nop s (no-operation instructions) in the genome that are used to modify the instruction that precedes them. Typically they are used to reference another point in the code where the complement label is located.
Narrow strip of heavy paper or cardboard placed in the holder provided on a mail bag or bag rack to indicate the destination, type of mail contained and routing instructions. (étiquette)
Keywords:  hodder, arnold, publication
A Hodder Arnold Publication
Keywords:  prentice, hall
Prentice Hall
Oxford University Press, USA
Association of American Colleges and Universities
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dept. of Computer Science
Keywords:  hadley, pager, info
Hadley Pager Info
a book we recommend to adults and mature discerning teens looking for deeper insight into these issues
Pilgrim Books
The Mountaineers Books
Keywords:  lcm, logger, endian, licensing, little
LCM licensing little-endian Logger
Keywords:  mould, hood, drip, stone, distance
A hood or drip (stone) moulding over an opening, usually returning for a short distance down the sides of the opening.
a hood mould.
Keywords:  innocuous, one
a rather innocuous one
In heraldry, a label is a charge closely resembling the strap with pendants which, from the saddle, crossed the horse's chest.
trade name of a company that produces musical recordings; "the artists and repertoire department of a recording label is responsible for finding new talent"
an ethnic music project i
Record label. Often identical with the record company itself although major record companies frequently release music under various labels - depending on type or category of music.
a pointer to an address in memory, but absolute (predefined) memory locations can not be set
a predefined configuration of settings
Keywords:  shire, ltd, publications
Shire Publications Ltd
Keywords:  icon, floppy, disk, volume, deletes
Creates, changes, or deletes the volume label of a disk.
an extra image component that lies on top of the main icon image
There are two ways of labelling a floppy disk. The first is to stick a paper label on it. The second is to give the disk an electronic label. This is called the volume name. If you want to give a short description to a floppy disk (which will appear in My Computer window) highlight the floppy disk icon, select its Properties window and type in the new name.
A brass rule with sights, formerly used, in connection with a circumferentor, to take altitudes.
Data printed on a food label, as supplied by its manufacturer. The values are primarily company analytical or imputed; however, the values have been rounded and/or adjusted to provide uniform serving size weights.
Title information printed on a separate piece of paper or leather, and pasted to the front and spine of a book.
Defines the label to be printed for the computed value in the COMPUTE command. The maximum length of a COMPUTE label is 500 characters.
A writing annexed by way of addition, as a codicil added to a will.
a way of classifying an email
Keywords:  attemp, paragraph, word, static, convey
word or phrase with which a paragraph begins.
a static object that presents a word or a group of words
a word used to attemp to convey an event in space time
Row title or column title.
The single column which a predictive model is attempting to predict. The label must be selected in advance by the user. For example, "iris type" is a good candidate for the label in the iris dataset.
an indication that the PC is licensed with genuine software
Indicates the fluor used to label the protein
Used to create label which can be later referenced with \ref. See Floats, Figures and Captions.
Keywords:  penguin, classics, non
Penguin (Non-Classics)
A union logo placed upon products manufactured in accordance with labour law or the terms of a collective agreement.
a product of the mind
Wine Appeal Products
a hard thing to erase
an inherently dangerous thing when used improperly, however it is possible to have positive affectations
Keywords:  inbox, assign, folder, safely, phrase
assign a label to; designate with a label; "These students were labelled `learning disabled'"
a filter you assign which automatically places emails with the designated word or phrase in their subject line in a folder safely separated from your inbox
assign a label to an image
Keywords:  header, borne, raw, embedded, packet
an additional piece of data which is embedded at a known location between the header and the raw data of the image
a short fixed-length value borne in the packet header
Keywords:  stf, control, guide, serves, form
a control, just like any other object on a form
a control that serves as a guide to the user
Defines a label for a form control 6.2 4.0 STF
Keywords:  harvard, press, school, business
Harvard Business School Press
Keywords:  unfit, pronounce, judgment, him, work
pronounce judgment on; "They labeled him unfit to work here"
A label is a type of quality or assay data such as Gold, %Fe, recovery, etc. Usually label values are associated with the drill hole intervals. These labels are then modeled to create grade models. New labels can be created with the manipulation programs.
Photo Marketing Association International
National Notary Association
a set of assertions with a common implicit subject
Keywords:  corrugated, spot, sheet, smaller, full
A sheet of paper that is applied to the surface of a corrugated sheet. Labels are usually described in terms of full labels which are usually the full size of the corrugated sheet, or spot labels which are usually smaller.
an attribute in a theme that is used for displaying additional information about a feature
The easy to understand label placed on the interior of the holder on certified comic books. The label displays the title, issue #, publisher and grade of a comic book. It can also display the importance (for Key Issues) or the artist (if by an important artist). There are four different colored labels which represent Signature Series, Universal, Restored and Qualified.
a combination of levels, compartments, and groups
Keywords:  landscape, edit
landscapeአግድም[ edit
Keywords:  batch, colon, begins, line, file
a batch file line that begins with a colon
Keywords:  polygons, textured, solid, color, group
a group of polygons textured or solid color
Keywords:  step, pretty, avoid, children, big
a pretty big step
a simple step you can take to help to avoid access by children
an extremely important (and expensive) document, one that should be read carefully by every end user
a deciding factor for Medicare coverage
American Geological Institute
How someone thinks of one, as opposed to how one sees oneself (see Identity).
a mechanism for modifying the Google ranking function
Keywords:  highlight, enter, front, item, sale
Enter a label for your item if you would like to highlight that it is new or on sale. The Label is usually used for the front page only.
a collection of statements (attribute/value pairs)
(n.) see statement label.
Keywords:  branch, spot, commands, code
a spot in the code where a command can branch to with certain commands
Corporate Communications, Public Works Canada
The information on the 'immediate' container of a an item.
The Container Store
A projecting molding by the sides and over the top of an opening.
a brand created by companies that specialize in producing,
Keywords:  variables, may, term
a term, which may have variables
Keywords:  customizing, record, data
Customizing the Data Record
Keywords:  digit, two, number
a two digit number