Definitions for "Mirror"
To copy or duplicate; to mimic or imitate; as, the files at Project Gutenberg were mirrored on several other ftp sites around the world.
In SEO jargon, a mirror is a near identical duplicate website (or page). Mirrors are commonly used in an effort to target different keywords/keyphrases. Using mirrors is a violation of the Terms Of Service of most search engines.
Information maintained identically to that in another place, so that it can be accessed in another way. See AppleShare mirror mode.
A looking-glass or a speculum; any glass or polished substance that forms images by the reflection of rays of light.
See Speculum.
To reflect, as in a mirror.
1. Function of reversing type or an image in design. Used mainly for cutting copy or images to be installed on the inside surface of a transparent substrate such as a window. 2. Highly polished, virtually specular finish on surface or material.
an example of a perfectly specular surface
a specular reflector and your clothes are diffuse reflectors
A long lens that uses mirrors within its construction. This allows an extremely long focal length lens to fit within a relatively short barrel. Also known as reflex or catadioptric (cat). (see Long lens)
a focal point in any room , and as such, is immediately seen by everyone who enters
a particular focal point within any room, in addition to as such, is immediately seen by means of everyone who goes into
Keywords:  zaib, zeb, nissa, hamidullah, pakistani
The Mirror of the Month, better known as the Mirror, was a popular Pakistani social magazine which ran from 1951 to 1972. It was published monthly, and its full name was the . Its editor, founder and publisher was Zaib-un-Nissa Hamidullah (or, as she was known then, Zeb-un-Nissa Hamidullah).
Keywords:  defineme
129] To dream of seeing yourself in a mirror, denotes that you will meet many discouraging issues, and sickness will cause you distress and loss in fortune. To see a broken mirror, foretells the sudden or violent death of some one related to you. To see others in a mirror, denotes that others will act unfairly towards you to promote their own interests. To see animals in a mirror, denotes disappointment and loss in fortune. For a young woman to break a mirror, foretells unfortunate friendships and an unhappy marriage. To see her lover in a mirror looking pale and careworn, denotes death or a broken engagement. If he seems happy, a slight estrangement will arise, but it will be of short duration. [129] See Glass.
a reversed image
a shining object, for instance
Reversal of images along the horizontal axis. Done mainly for reverse engraving where dark material is removed from the back of the engraved material, allowing light to shine through to the surface of the clear material.
the brilliant surface of a coin, typically the fields of a proof or prooflike coin
a "placeless place" and is utopian in the sense that it opens up to a virtual, nonexistent space of surface
"Mirror" is a poem written by Sylvia Plath. The poem is divided into two stanzas. In the poem Plath personifies the mirror by writing the poem in the mirror's point of view.
a handy thing to use on occasion
a miraculously mighty thing to have
an ugly thing when your soul is black and tiny
The best friend of a kindred Vigroth. Game taught to boogers that teaches the ability to see each others good and bad habits and to accept what others say about them without experiencing bad feelings.
Keywords:  vanity, crazy, deadly, you'd, sin
a negative space With a frame and a place for your face It reveals what the rest of us see It conceals what you'd like it to be Vanity's a deadly sin It's what the flesh is packaged in Moon Crazy ( - J
Keywords:  sustenance, tool, chi, atp, deflect
a great tool to practice those poses you see in the glossy magazines
a great tool to see where below parallel really is
a helpful tool if used correctly, i
Keywords:  harp, forewing, distal, crickets, tuned
A smooth, membranous, acoustically tuned area of each forewing of most male crickets. It is immediately distal to the harp.
Keywords:  rapture, punk, amongst, eps, album
Mirror is the album by dance-punk band The Rapture, released in 1999. It is comparatively short when considered amongst other albums yet it is longer than EPs and as such is often described as a "mini-album" even by the band itself. It is unusual that Mirror is deemed a "mini-LP" considering their EP is only about three minutes shorter.
Mirror is baroque pop artist Emitt Rhodes' sophomore release.
a website that has agreed to donate its server space and bandwidth for OpenOffice
The host window system object associated with a mirrored sheet, such as a window object on an X11 display server.
An alternate location for a file on the Internet, initiated to avoid placing undue strain on the primary server where the file resides.
Keywords:  iroquois, iro, complex, member
a member of the iroquois complex (Iro-C)
Keywords:  exemplar, wizard, illusion, true, hence
That which gives a true representation, or in which a true image may be seen; hence, a pattern; an exemplar.
a kind of illusion," said the wizard, "but this is true seeing
Keywords:  relativistic, energy
Relativistic energy
Keywords:  csmi, csm, cics, ids, shipping
A CICS provided transaction and program used for function shipping between CICS systems or between non-CICS applications and CICS. Transaction IDs include CSMI, CSM1, CSM2, etc.
This feature is found only on the Ranger 15 and 25 series and models 23, 26, 27 and Voyager 8040 compasses. It is used to make in-line sightings which is the most accurate method of using a hand held compass.
A number of bronze mirrors have been found across Britain all decorated on the backs.
an elegant element of decor, dramatic in an entry, over a mantle, or anywhere
an egotists window for therein he looks out at the world and sees none but himself
Keywords:  biofeedback, common, form
a common form of biofeedback
an object that has been a part of human civilizations for many millennia, once reserved only for ceremonial or religious purposes
(1) (of distributions) identical.(2) (of tournament movements) simultaneously held in parallel (as in a Mirror Mitchell, a team-of-four movement in which the pairs are organized into two Mitchell arrangements).
Keywords:  overrated, furniture, art, wall, piece
an overrated piece of furniture and / or wall art
Keywords:  great, entertained, baby, enjoy, room
a great help
a great look in any room
a great way for the baby to enjoy its image and be entertained
One of the two volumes that make up a mirrored volume. Each mirror of a mirrored volume resides on a different disk. If one mirror becomes unavailable (due to a disk failure, for example), Windows can use the remaining mirror to gain access to the volume's data. See also: fault tolerance; mirrored volume; volume
Allows you to direct ambient light up through the hole in the stage and illuminate the specimen.
an excellent example to explain what is a constraint
a special kind of "barrier" that will not destroy the wave but merely send it back in a certain direction depending on the angle of incidence
Keywords:  shadow, stay, front
shadow; stay in front of.
Keywords:  wife, opinions, resemblance, his, close
To have a close resemblance to; as, his opinions often mirrored those of his wife.
a good help with this operation
a very interesting object because it helps us understand certain aspects of the invisible world
Keywords:  backwards, baby, car, faced, your
a must when your baby is faced backwards in the car
A digital effect where the left and right or top and bottom sides of the displayed picture are swapped.
a pretty good representation, but their live show is far more intense
a much more efficient way of harvesting solar energy
a basic accessory in almost any home-decorating project
an alternative location for an instance of a stream
Keywords:  interface, card, network
Network Interface Card
Keywords:  domain, pointing, another, refers, name
Mirroring refers to pointing one domain name to another domain.