Names of North American Thoroughbreds are registered by The Jockey Club. They can be no longer than 18 characters, including punctuation and spaces. The words "the," "and," "by," "for," "in" and "a" are almost always lower case unless they are the first word in the name. Examples "Love You by Heart," "Go for Wand" and "Strike the Gold."
From Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.1 ( 2004-02-04) A Name is a token beginning with a letter or one of a few punctuation characters, and continuing with letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, colons, or full stops, together known as name characters.
3.2|] [ X1| X1.1] [ IE4|||] Standards Details: NA Required? No Description: This attribute specifies the name of the link so that scripting languages may access it. Values: An alphanumeric string. Must begin with an alphabetic character.
A letter followed by up to 254 alphanumeric characters (letters, digits, underscores, and $) that identifies an entity in an HP Fortran 90 program unit, such as a common block, dummy argument, procedure, program unit, or variable.
A group of letters, digits and some symbols. Each language has its own rules for what constitutes a valid name. In C++ a name may only contain upper and lower case letters, digits and an underscore ('_'). A name cannot begin with a digit. A user declared name (i.e. one introduced by the programmer) must not start with an underscore nor must it contain consecutive underscores.
To give a name to something. DOS: Do use no more than eight characters followed by a period and an extension that is usually one to three characters long. Don't use spaces. Do use underscore () instead. Don't use these characters: ' " / \ | + = : ; . , ^ Windows: Do use up to 255 characters. Do use spaces and/or more than one period. Do use any of the ASCII characters. Note that Windows uses the following algorithm to convert long file names to the DOS format: Special characters such as \ : * " | and spaces are removed. The first six characters are taken, a tilde ( ~ ) is added, and a number (1-9) is added. If all of those combinations are taken, then the first five characters are taken, a tilde ( ~ ) is added, and a number (10-99) is added. The extension is the first three characters after the last period. Macintosh: Do use up to 31 characters. Do use any character, including spaces, but not the colon (:). UNIX: Do use up to 14 characters on older systems and up to 256+ characters on newer systems. Don't use invisible characters, eg , or spaces.
v.t. an identifier by which an object binding, or an exit point is referred to by association using a binding v.t. to give a name to. 3. (of an object having a name component) the object which is that component. The string which is a symbol's name is returned by symbol-name (of a pathname) a. the name component, returned by pathname-name. b. the entire namestring, returned by namestring (of a character string that names the character and that has length greater than one. (All non-graphic characters are required to have names unless they have some implementation-defined attribute which is not null. Whether or not other characters have names is implementation-dependent.)
A name as defined in the XML standard:. The first character can be a letter or underbar "", and the remaining characters may be letters, underbars, hyphen "-", period ".", or colon ":". Derived from the token datatype.
Identifies an entity within a Fortran program unit (such as a variable, function result, common block, named constant, procedure, program unit, namelist group, or dummy argument). In FORTRAN 77, this term was called a symbolic name.
A name is a label for a person, thing, place, product (as in a brand name) and even an idea or concept, normally used to distinguish one from another. Names can identify a class or category of things, or a single thing, either uniquely, or within a given context. A personal name identifies a specific unique and identifiable individual person.
In the DCE Cell Directory Service, a construct that singles out a particular (directory) object from all other objects. A name must be unambiguous (denote only one object); however, it need not be unique (the only name that unambiguously denotes the object).
In the C++ language, commonly referred to as an identifier. However, syntactically, a name can be an identifier, an operator function name, a conversion function name, a destructor name, or a qualified name.
An expression that identifies something to which, typically, properties are attributed. Names do not have to be proper names; for example, the expression ‘my teacher' in "My teacher is no slave to fashion" can serve as a name for our purposes. We are using the letters A through E as variables for names when describing logical form.
Word or phrase that identifies a scene or any of its elements (model, surface, backdrop, light, warp, or animation path) in the Scene Contents or Catalog window, and in the status bar when the element is selected.
A slash-separated list of components that uniquely identifies an element of an HDF5 file. A name begins that begins with a slash is an absolute name which is accessed beginning with the root group of the file; all other names are relative names and the associated objects are accessed beginning with the current or specified group.
The NAME atmospheric pollution dispersion model http://www.metoffice.com/research/nwp/publications/mosac/doc-2004-6.pdf Air Quality Programme and Progress, Met Office Scientific Advisory Committee (MOSAC), November 11-12, 2004http://www.metoffice.com/corporate/scitech0304/specialised.html Met Office "Specialised forecasts"http://www.met-office.gov.uk/research/nwp/publications/nwp_gazette/3rd96/name2.html Met Office "NWP Gazette", 3rd Quarter, 1996http://www.met-office.gov.uk/research/nwp/publications/nwp_gazette/dec00/name.html Met Office "NWP Gazette", December 2000 was first developed by the UK's Met Office in 1986 after the nuclear accident at Chernobyl, which demonstrated the need for a method that could predict the spread and deposition of radioactive gases or material released into the atmosphere.
as in "the Names of Netjer" or "One of the Names of Netjer" - One of the many different forms in which Netjer can manifest Itself to us. In many books and texts the Names are referred to as "gods" or "goddesses." However, it must be remembered that the religion of Kemet is a monolatry and not polytheistic, and the use of the terms "gods" and "goddesses" sometimes is misleading because it is commonly associated with the polytheistic religions of Greece, Rome, Scandinavia, and other cultures.
"Name" is a single from the Goo Goo Dolls' album, A Boy Named Goo. The song, the band's first hit, topped both the US Modern Rock and the US Mainstream Rock charts, and reached as high as number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. Until the release of Dizzy Up the Girl three years later, "Name" was by far the band's most popular and well known song.
The name of the LLC must end with the words "LLC", "L.L.C.", "Limited Liability Company" or "Ltd. Liability Co." A name will not be accepted if it is likely to mislead the public. In addition, if the proposed name is the same as, or closely resembles, another limited liability company registered or incorporated in the same state, it will not be accepted. The name of a person may be used as part of the name of the limited liability company. Furthermore, the following words are restricted and therefore should not be included in your name: Incorporated, corporation, corp. or inc. bank trust or trustee cooperative Olympic or Olympiad insurer or insurance company
If you dreamed that you couldn't remember your own name, or that of someone you knew, is a warning against an illicit affair. To be called by the wrong name portends grave difficulties in your personal life.
An easily understood name for the standard. It should not include jargon specific to a particular discipline such as biology, finance, engineering, etc. However, the name may include terms that are familiar to Service employees such as "Region" or "ecosystem".
The name of a principal, such as â€œjoe@machine.â€ Names in the GSS-API are handled through the gss_name_t structure, which is opaque to applications. See also exported name, Mechanism Name (MN), name type, principal.
The description given to a file, folder, printer or PC on a network. If you want to change the name of folder in Windows 95, move the pointer over the name and click once. Wait a couple of seconds and you'll be able to type a new name.
One of seven new top-level domain names approved in 2000 by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), .name is meant for registration by individuals for personal Web sites. The seven new domain names became available for use in the spring of 2001.