Definitions for "Sag"
Screen Actor's Guild
Screen Actors Guild Sed Card - Pronounced Zed Card. Another name for composite card. Apparently named after a German agent who invented it.
(Screen Actors Guild) Trade union for motion picture and television actors.
Keywords:  droop, sink, heavily, bend, settle
To sink, in the middle, by its weight or under applied pressure, below a horizontal line or plane; as, a line or cable supported by its ends sags, though tightly drawn; the floor of a room sags; hence, to lean, give way, or settle from a vertical position; as, a building may sag one way or another; a door sags on its hinges.
Fig.: To lose firmness or elasticity; to sink; to droop; to flag; to bend; to yield, as the mind or spirits, under the pressure of care, trouble, doubt, or the like; to be unsettled or unbalanced.
To loiter in walking; to idle along; to drag or droop heavily.
Also named brownout, means a short-term decrease in incoming voltage. Sag is one of the most common power problems, it may lead to your computer lacking of enough power to function, and result in keyboards frozen, system crashes, and data loss.
Any decrease of below 80% in the normal voltage carried by a power line. A sag is sometimes referred to as a brownout. See surge, spike, and oscillation.
a reduction in rms voltage or current at the power frequency for duration of 0.5 cycles to 1 minute. Also called voltage dip. Events below the equipment ride-through capability cause load dropout. Voltage sags are originated in lightning strikes, short-circuits, and sudden overloads.
Study Advisory Group
See SQL Access Group (SAG).
SQL Access Group. An industry consortium of companies concerned with SQL DBMSs. The X/Open Call-Level Interface is based on work originally done by the SQL Access Group.
Keywords:  gear, chord, rider, bike, suspension
Vehicle for the rides carrying various gear, food and first aid supplies
Sag is the degree to which a shock absorber compresses with the rider sitting motionless on the bike in a normal riding position. Usually, this should be between 15% and 25% of available travel for cross country riding and slightly more for downhill riding. Sag allows the suspension system to extend when it comes to a dip in the trail. If it had no sag and did not extend, the wheel would not follow the dip, which results in decreased traction, especially on bends. Sag is controlled by the amount of preload set.
Refers to how much the rear suspension compresses when a rider in full gear sits on the bike. Sag is measured in millimeters. For big bikes, 100mm is generally the standard sag setting. For mini bikes, 85 mm is generally the standard sag setting. Check owner's manual for the manufacture's recommended setting.
The flow of heated plastic sheeting in a thermoforming procedure in which molten plastic sheets sag before forming. The distance of the sag is determined by an electric eye and is good for determining the forming readiness of the material.
The extension locally (often near die face) of the parison during extrusion by gravitational forces. This causes necking-down of the parison. Also refers to the flow of a molten sheet in a thermoforming operation.
undervoltage that is out of acceptable range.
See undervoltage.
see " deflection".
A dip or deflection in a joist, or an unevenness in a coat of paint.
Vertical deflection of a beam below the datum level.
Occurs when there is excessive flow in material after application to a surface.
a ripple in the coating caused by excessive film thickness when sprayed. Usually seen on vertical surfaces.
Narrow (or wide curtain-like) downward movement of a paint or varnish film; may be caused by the application of too much coating, the collection of excess quantities of paint at irregularities in the surface (cracks, holes, etc.), or excessive material continuing to flow after the surrounding surface has set.
The amount of vertical displacement of an overhead conductor between support points. Sag is a consideration when designing a pole or tower line and will be a determining consideration in the overall height of the structure. Sag varies with the temperature of the conductor and charts are available to determine it. [Go to source
(1) Conductor: The vertical distance between a suspended conductor and an imaginary straight line connecting the points of suspension. Sag may be measured at the midpoint between the suspensions, the lowest point of the conductor or at any specified point. (2) The downward curvature of a wire or cable due to its weight.
The vertical distance between the actual cable and an imaginary straight line connecting the two support points.
'Dissolved oxygen sag'-a section of the river where dissolved oxygen levels are depleted, often below a pollution source.
In geology, a sag is a former river bed which has been partially filled with debris from glaciation or other natural processes but which is still visible in the surface terrain. Sags formed by the former river beds of large rivers often become the valleys of smaller streams after a change of course by the main river.
A narrow geological depression found in strike-slip fault zones. Those that contain water are called sag ponds.
A depression in a horizontal line, meaning there is a slight fall below the level. Referring to a bricklayer's line.
Society of Australian Genealogists
Somerset Association of Governors.
Cooked green leaves.
Greens (generic, so sarson ka sag etc)
Green vegetable
Keywords:  rosi, software, built, tools, database
Software AG; a company providing generalized databases and database tools
SAG stands for Software AG. ROSI is built with Software AG products.
Keywords:  slide, drift, course, wall, off
A term used when a wall surface has developed a slide.
To slide or drift off course.
A form of distortion of a pulse signal in which the instantaneous amplitude falls during the period of the pulse.
Keywords:  pivot, tactic, defensive, drops, team
A defensive tactic in which a player drops off his man to help double-team a player in the pivot.
Keywords:  chair, seat, shape
a shape that sags; "there was a sag in the chair seat"
Keywords:  basket, opponent, defending, moves
When a defender moves away from their opponent toward the basket they are defending.
Keywords:  sail, plan
Sail Sail Plan
A condition in horizontal construction where the material bows down from the framing members.
cause to sag; "The children sagged their bottoms down even more comfortably"
Keywords:  street, guide, address, see
See Street Address Guide.
Keywords:  run
Same as run.