Definitions for "Tempest"
Illegal interception of data from computers and video signals.
The investigation, study, and control of compromising emanations from electrical and electronic equipment. TEMPEST is often used as a synonym for compromising emanations, as in "TEMPEST test" or "TEMPEST inspection."
U.S. military standard; electronic products can withstand electromagnetic pulse.
Keywords:  guitarist, paul, guitar, william, bass
A fashionable assembly; a drum. See the Note under Drum, n., 4.
Tempest is a Celtic rock band from the San Francisco Bay Area, based in Oakland, California. They fuse together the traditional Celtic music with Norwegian and European folk, American folk, and Progressive Rock.
Tempest is the debut album by the New Flamenco artist Jesse Cook. The lineup included Jesse Cook on guitars, palmas, synthesizers, djembe, additional percussion, Mario Melo on congas, percussion, palmas, Blake Manning on darbuka, timbali, and Andrew Morales on electric bass, palmas.
An extensive current of wind, rushing with great velocity and violence, and commonly attended with rain, hail, or snow; a furious storm.
Fig.: Any violent tumult or commotion; as, a political tempest; a tempest of war, or of the passions.
To disturb as by a tempest.
DC Comics has featured two fictional superheroes with the name Tempest.
Tempest is the third novel in the Legacy of the Force series. The book is written by Troy Denning and was released in November 2006. The book takes place 40 ABY.
Tempest is an original novel by Christopher Bulis featuring the fictional archaeologist Bernice Summerfield. The New Adventures were a spin-off from the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.
Tempest is an arcade game by Atari, originally designed and programmed by David Theurer. Released in 1980, it was fairly popular and had several ports and sequels. The game is also notable for being the first video game with a selectable level of difficulty, in this case determined by the initial starting level.
Tempest was released in October 1997 as the twelfth expansion for and the first set in the Rath Block. The release of Tempest represented a large jump in the power level of the card set, compared to the previous Mirage block. Many cards from Tempest instantly became (and still are) tournament staples.
Tempest is the 21st episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Philip Levens and Alfred Gough and was directed by Greg Beeman. It originally aired on October 16, 2001.
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The Tempest is a keelboat designed by Ian Procter. The Tempest has an unusal aspect in that it is a keelboat but also has a trapeze, a rigging element usually only found on certain dinghies. As a result the Tempest is just as exciting to sail as fast dinghies, but is much more forgiving and is unable to be capsized.
A large orbital frame utilized in wide-scale demolition.
Tempest is Z.O.E.'s first true boss. It is also happens to be a very large but a slow orbital frame. Tempest deedly resmbles a jellyfish with a round domed head and tentacles.
Tempest is a prototype temporal GIS developed here at Penn State in the Department of Geography. It focuses on the management and analysis of large volumes of spatiotemporal data. It supports queries with both spatial and temporal predicates, which can be constructed through a graphical user interface. It features an extensive set of time series analysis of spatial variables. Tempest is developed using C++, Tcl/Tk and the Wisconsin Shore object storage manager.
Surge of immaculum and allies from the crucible; unpredictable.
Keywords:  taylor, sam, academy, award, winning
Tempest is an Academy Award winning film produced in 1928 and directed by Sam Taylor.
a captivating, intoxicating individual
Keywords:  eck, van, military, defend, monitoring
Military code-name for activities related to van Eck monitoring, and technology to defend against such monitoring.