Definitions for "SPINE "
One of the rigid and undivided fin rays of a fish.
The backbone, or spinal column, of an animal; -- so called from the projecting processes upon the vertebræ.
Anything resembling the spine or backbone; a ridge.
Keywords:  thorn, sharp, outgrowth, stipule, arrow
A sharp appendage to any of a plant; a thorn.
A rigid and sharp projection upon any part of an animal.
n. (ME, thorn, spinal column, fr. L. spinsa, thorn, spine, spinal column) a stiff sharp-pointed plant process as a modified leaf, leaf part, petiole, or stipule.
A pointed outpocketing of the cuticle that is confluent with the cuticle at its base (not articulated), see also seta.
Articulated intermodal car sets with separate load-bearing units resting on common trucks and having a body consisting solely of a steel center beam with hitches and truck trailer wheel supports.
(I,II) Figs 59, 61, 89, 90 A closed or solid structure projecting out from the wall. In Chaetoceros, spines are found on the setae, where they are usually arranged in a spiral pattern along the length of the seta or in rows on the ridges of square or polygonal setae. They also occur on the valves of resting spores.
A solid structure projecting out of the diatom wall. Spines are often used to hold diatoms together in chains.
any pointed projection
immovable projection on legs.
Keywords:  alton, nemesis, kite, lengthwise, beach
The common center panel running down the middle of a workstation pod that all perpendicular panels connect into.
The center rod that runs lengthwise down a kite.
The part of the track which connects to the supports and the Ribs. E.g. On Nemesis (Alton Towers, England) it is the middle square beach that runs between the two running rails.
This is not considered a technical term, and is used for a diverse range of skeletal prominences. Types include oral spines, mural spines, costae. Spines are generally hollow, with interior tissue. Some are kenozooidal, and may be jointed.
A type of centerpiece obstacle that consists of two transitions with coping that face opposite direction. There is not deck on a spine and the coping on each transition should be touching.
A snow sculpted jump which has two transitional walls coming together to form a spine. One may air off either side and land on the other.
Keywords:  stroke, curved, lowercase, letter, main
The main curved stroke of a lowercase or capital S.
The main portion of the letter S that curves from left to right.
main stroke in the letter
SPINE is a Web-based Content Management System. It features mixed static/dynamic content, separated template and content administration, granular privileges, user-friendly URLs, and plugins.
Spine is a mod_perl webbased content management application
a Spaceraft Plasma Interactions Network in Europe with the objective to share resources and to co-ordinate efforts in all domains related to the interaction of spacecraft with the space plasma
Keywords:  terrible, waste, thing
a terrible thing to waste
Keywords:  protrusion, dome, volcanoes, lava, semi
This is a protrusion of semi-solid lava that form at the surface of may lava flows. In some volcanoes the lava dome is in fact a single large spine.
a line on a star chart used to represent the relative value of the chart statistic for a midpoint. Spines are drawn outward from the center of the chart.
The straight side of a grand piano stretching from the keyboard to the end of the piano.
A thin, rigid, specialized structure on some caterpillars which provides some degree of protection.
Keywords:  plot, story, essential, basic
the basic or essential plot of a story.
Keywords:  writers, lack, generally
What writers generally lack.