Definitions for "Lists"
HTML documents contain definition lists (glossaries) "DT and DD", unordered lists "UL", ordered lists "OL", menus lists "MENU" and short lists "DIR".
Ch. 4 Unordered (UL) Ordered (OL) Definition (DL)
The level of sophistication used to format lists in HTML is a vestige of HTML's roots as a text-formatting language. You can't position images or manipulate the leading of type yet, but you can make three types of lists: the unordered list (which is like an outline), the ordered list (which is like numbered instructions), and the definition list (which is like a series of dictionary entries).
An enclosed area, usually fenced off, where tournaments were held.
The area where tourney combat is fought.
Roster of fighters in a tourney.
This command returns the names of all of the Majordomo mailing lists handled by the server. Not all mailing lists are configured to show up on the lists output. Please note that is generally a Bad Idea to write to more than one mailing list at the same time. Messages sent to mailing lists should be related to the business of the list.
The lists command can be sent to the Majordomo server by anyone. The response contains the names of all advertised mailing lists on the system. For more information, see the Using Majordomo page.
Email linked special interest groups. Bi-directional lists enable subscribers to discuss various topics via email. Uni-directional lists support mailings to a group of interested subscribers but do not permit the subscribers to send their own messages to the list.
A GhostFill list presents a group of options to choose from. Because the options are predetermined, you can control the choices that are made. Lists can be created dynamically. The equivalent in Dealbuilder is the use of Lookup tables. In HotDocs, there are Multiple Choice type variables with related merge text. In all three programs, lists can be created dynamically through scripting.
A list is a basic Yacas container object. A list is written as e.g. {a, b, c} or {} (empty list). Individual elements of a list can be accessed using the [] operation. Lists can be concatenated, and individual elements can be removed or inserted. Lists are ubiquitous in Yacas. Most data structures in the standard library is based on lists. Lists are also used internally to represent Yacas expressions. For example, the expression Cos(x+1) is represented internally as a nested list
Keywords:  boughs, flake, panes, laid, loose
Rows on a flake formed by loose longers that held the flake boughs in place and between which fish were laid. Also known as "panes." (See "flake" for an image that displays lists.)
When publishing professionals talk about a "list," they are referring to the books designated for publication for any given selling season. Most often, publishers offer new lists twice every year—spring and fall.
Semi-annual (or more frequent) groups of books produced by a publisher, announced and placed in a catalog together. A publisher's list is simply the books that company produces.
a free online to do list program
a free service to facilitate and promote communication and collaboration between members of the Australian education and training community
Keywords:  ram, inventory, vendor, sorted, memory
A view of the database sorted by a particular field within the record. An example would be a customer list by name or an inventory list by a stock number or Item ID number. The List is stored in your computer's RAM memory and is used to quickly locate an item, customer or vendor.
a complex task which requires some degree of familiarity with the regulations