Definitions for "Spin "
To cause to turn round rapidly; to whirl; to twirl; as, to spin a top.
To shape, as malleable sheet metal, into a hollow form, by bending or buckling it by pressing against it with a smooth hand tool or roller while the metal revolves, as in a lathe.
To move round rapidly; to whirl; to revolve, as a top or a spindle, about its axis.
an aerobatic maneuver whereby the airplane is flown vertically down towards the ground, while being made to roll. Easy to get into one but not always so easy to get out of, especially when the airplane-to-ground distance has been badly judged. In this instance, you will need to use the plastic bag.
rapid descent of an aircraft in a steep spiral
an aggravated stall in which one wing is more fully stalled than the other and thus experiences less lift and more drag
an interpretation of an event which is favorable to the interpreter or to the person s/he supports. A person whose task is to provide such interpretations for public relations purposes is called a spin doctor.
A particular point of view or slant given to a story to make it more appealing or to make something appear favorable.
the slant placed on political news by individuals with a vested interest in how the public interprets the news.
comes from Neil Rackham's book, SPIN Selling. SPIN stands for "situation," "problem," "implication," "need."
SPIN® is a questioning technique and is an acronym for Situation, Problem, Implication, Need-payoff Questions. It is intended for large product or service sales and is developed by Neil Rackham and popularized in his 1988 book.
Keywords:  spun, thread, twist, yarn, spider
Every non trivial GUI sooner or later encounters the problem of "freeze". This annoying behaviour is experienced by users every time the application performs extensive calculations or blocks for network or disk I/O. Spin offers a new approach for solving this problem. It offers transparent thread handling with minimal impact on your application code.
Spin is a transparent threading solution for non-freezing Swing applications.
To draw out, and twist into threads, either by the hand or machinery; as, to spin wool, cotton, or flax; to spin goat's hair; to produce by drawing out and twisting a fibrous material.
Keywords:  pedal, cadence, smooth, motion, strokes
to pedal at high cadence.
smooth pedal motion. Opposite of push-push.
To pedal with smooth, fast, and efficient strokes.
Keywords:  nmr, mri, fundamental, chapter, matter
A fundamental property of matter responsible for NMR and MRI. [ Chapter 3
A fundamental property of matter responsible for MRI and NMR. [ Chapter 3
SPIN was a graphical web browser for DOS on IBM-compatible PC's, developed by Saturnus, an Internet Service Provider in the northern provinces of Friesland, Groningen and Drente in the Netherlands. Although the project was abandoned some years ago, the software is still available, as is all documentation.
The spin of an electron is designated by ms, the electron spin quantum number, which can have values of +1/2 and -1/2.In the presence of an external magnetic field an electron in an orbital can have one of two possible energy states, which depend on whether the magnetic field associated with the electron is aligned with or against the external magnetic field.
Classically, the magnetic property of the electron derived from its nature as a "spinning" negative charge analogous to a current flowing in a "ring". Thus, electron may be viewed as a bar magnet with its north pole oriented either "up" or "down".
Spin is an industrial metal band from the Maltese Islands. The band was originally formed by Martin Ciappara and Simon Deguara in 1999 who released the first demo CD named Pead. The style started taking a more electronic and industrial form later on, with Eric Mangion joining in on samples, Richard Gatt on bass, and Josef Bajada on guitars.
"Spin" is the tenth track of Shine, the 2005 release Trey Anastasio, although the song is credited to both Trey Anastasio and Brendan O'Brien. It was recorded in mid-2005 at the Southern Tracks Recording Studio in Atlanta, GA. It was debuted live on August 4, 2005 at the Bank of America Pavilion in Boston, MA.
Keywords:  darren, afanasieff, savage, hayes, alge
Spin is the first solo album from the ex-Savage Garden member, Darren Hayes. The album was mixed by Chris Lord-Alge and produced by Walter Afanasieff. It was first released in Australia in 2001 and reached the rest of the world in 2002.
Keywords:  bicycle, swifty, carriage, road, along
To move swifty; as, to spin along the road in a carriage, on a bicycle, etc.
The act of spinning; as, the spin of a top; a spin a bicycle.
Sponsored Programs Information Network An on-line search system available by subscription for research opportunities developed by the InfoEd.
SPIN is a searchable funding opportunity database to which the University of Iowa maintains a paid subscription. SPIN is available to anyone with a address.
Spin is a music magazine that reports on "all the music that rocks". Founded in 1985 by publisher Bob Guccione, Jr., it is the main competitor to industry stalwart Rolling Stone. Madonna was the artist on the cover of the first issue.
Summary For Patients In Cites a patient summary article. 2003: new introduced. Search as hassummaryforpatientsin, e.g. Cancer[SB] hassummaryforpatientsin AND 2003[DP] Ann Intern Med. 2003 Apr 15;138(8):I1. PMID: 12693914
Service Provider Identification Number. A unique nine-digit number assigned by USAC to individual service providers participating in the E-rate program after submitting Form 473. It is required to complete Forms 471 and to verify delivery of services and disbursements via Form 486. The number does not change as long as the service provider participates in the universal service programs. It is required on all forms referring to a service provider in order to identify the service provider.
Superannuation Product Identification Number issued by APIR
standard prescriber identification number. under development by the National Council of Prescription Drug Programs in conjunction with other professional organizations, this standard number could be used to identify prescribers
Keywords:  hugo, wilson, robert, charles, fiction
Spin is a science fiction novel by author Robert Charles Wilson. It was published in 2005 and won the Hugo Award for Best Novel in 2006.
Keywords:  groping, beet, testament, turn, foot
A 360 degree turn on one foot
the art of turning a groping allegation into a testament of character
A full or 3/4 turn executed on the ball of one foot over one beet of music.
Keywords:  spoil, splash
splash spoil
Spin is a multitasking object oriented high level programming language created by Parallax, Inc. for their line of Propeller microcontrollers.
Keywords:  christi, thorn, christ, referring
referring to a spine ("spinosa" / "spina-christi" = "Christ-thorn")
The presentation of information that is biased to favor the candidates. Advisors to the candidates may engage in 'spin' in their communications to the media.
The attempt to manipulate the depiction of news or events in the media through artful public relations - often used with derogatory connotations.
Keywords:  playful, mystery, bit, act
a playful act with a bit of mystery in it
Keywords:  protract, idleness, spend, delays, day
To protract; to spend by delays; as, to spin out the day in idleness.
Keywords:  eighth, sixth, episode, twenty, season
Spin is the sixth episode of the second season of House and the twenty-eighth episode overall.
Slang terms for DJ mixing. Square Wave - A waveform where voltage instantly rises to a level, holds there, instantly drops to another level and holds there and instantly rises to its original level to complete one cycle. This waveform pattern is characteristic of a severely clipped sine wave.
Spin is a term frequently used to describe how a particular news event or message is shaped to portray a specific point of view. Spot – Spot is a common term used for a commercial on radio or television, and generally referred to in time increments (i.e. 15 second spot, 30 second spot, etc). Also used to describe the purchase of TV or radio commercial time on a market-by-market basis, as opposed to network (national) purchases (i.e. spot radio versus national radio).
A programming term used to describe the spinning cycle a programming world in the system goes through to "kick out" an unauthorized visitor. Sometimes called a "landslide".
Keywords:  sip, ims, proxy, network, soil
SIP Proxy for IMS Networks.
Soil Protection Information Network
Keywords:  buzz, ability, control
the ability to control buzz.
Keywords:  tediously, slow, draw, great, volumes
To draw out tediously; to form by a slow process, or by degrees; to extend to a great length; -- with out; as, to spin out large volumes on a subject.
Keywords:  pitcher, impart, bowler, pitch, slow
A kind of pitch, usually delivered at slow speed, where fingers or/and wrist are used to impart spin to the ball to achieve "breaks" (see definition); so, spin bowler = a pitcher who uses spin.
Keywords:  pennies, bad, tossed, experience, good
A bad time. From "two up" in which the man who tossed the pennies in the spinner and has either a good or bad spin. It is applicable to the general experience of life.
the property exhibited by atomic nuclei that contain either an odd number of protons or neutrons, or both.
Keywords:  decimal, australian, pounds, pre, five
Australian pre-decimal Five pounds.
a stable state, and can be maintained indefinitely provided there is sufficient height
Keywords:  took, car, drive, short, new
a short drive in a car; "he took the new car for a spin"
Keywords:  prolong, visit, extend
prolong or extend; "spin out a visit"
Keywords:  synonym, airing
synonym for "airing."
Keywords:  coin, cause
cause to spin; "spin a coin"
Keywords:  execution, pattern, name
a name of an execution of a pattern
a group of software/information technology professionals who are interested in software process improvement
see 'Sponsored Programs Information Network'.
Keywords:  game, single, result
A single game or a present/past result.
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