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Patent anchor

Морской словарь
    Any of several proprietary stockless anchors.

Anchor, английский
  1. Якорь, опора. опция в текстовых процессорах, которая связывает рамку или объект в рамке с абзацем. при удалении абзаца будет удалена и прикрепленная к нему рамка

  2. 1. an object designed to prevent or slow the drift of a ship, attached to the ship by a line or chain; typically a metal, hook-like or plough-like object designed to grip the bottom under the body of water (but see also sea anchor).

  3. Якорь, анкер

  4. N псхл. якорь5 anchoring n псхл. якорение6

  5. Якорь

  6. A large and heavy instrument in use from the earliest times for holding and retaining ships, which it executes with admirable force. with few exceptions it consists of a long iron shank, having at one end a ring, to which the cable is attached, and the

  7. [1] a device fastened to a chain or line, consisting either of a hook which embeds itself in the sea floor or of a heavy weight to hold the ship in place. the concept is said to have been developed in china for emperor yu (2205–2197 b.c.). [2] to place such a device. (from the anglo-saxon ancor.)

  8. Точка привязки; привязывать

  9. To fasten down or hold in place.

  10. Heavy object buried in ground to which a guy or snake line may be attached. also called deadman.

  11. Анкер; анкерное устройство о ~

  12. An arrangement of one or (usually) more pieces of gear set up to support the weight of a belay or top rope.

  13. (1) a heavy metal object designed in such a way that its weight and shape will help to hold a boat in its position when lowered to the sea bottom on a rode or chain. (2) the act of using an anchor.

  14. A format code in a desktop publishing or word processing document that keeps an element in the document, such as a figure or a caption or a label associated with the figure, in a certain position in the document. the anchored object is generally attached to another element in the document.

  15. A location or selection of text in a file that you name for reference purposes. bookmarks identify a location within your file that you can later refer or link to.

  16. To manipulate an interface element, such as a toolbar, so that it maintains the relative position to the anchored edges, when the display orientation or size changes.

  17. A stimulus that automatically creates a new state.

  18. Nlp term for stimulus response conditioning where a stimulus is paired with a response. thereafter when the stimulus - the anchor - is presented it reaccesses the response. for example, if you are in an intense emotional state when you hear a piece of music then at a later date the music will trigger the emotional state.

Anchor (box to text), английский

Anchor -, английский
  1. Анкерная балка

  2. Анкерная тяга

Anchor / anchor bolt, английский

Anchor / anchor bolt, английский

Anchor apeak / atrip, английский
    Панер / якорь встал

Anchor ball, английский
  1. Round black shape hoisted in the forepart of a vessel to show that it is anchored.

  2. A black ball or circle displayed in the forepart of a ship to indicate it is at anchor.

  3. A black, circular, day signal hoisted to show that a vessel is anchored. replaced at dusk by the anchor light.

Anchor beam, английский
    In a typical dutch barn in colonial america, a massive horizontal timber that spans the barn from one gable end to the opposite end. anchorage 1. in posttensioning, a device which anchors the tendons to the posttensioned concrete member. 2. in pretensioning, a device used to anchor the tendons temporarily during the hardening of the concrete. 3.

Anchor bed, английский
    Permanent chocks which hold a stored anchor in place.

Anchor bell, английский
    A warning bell rung by anchored ships during poor visibility.

Anchor bend, английский
  1. (fisherman’s bend) узел рыбачьего невода

  2. Рыбацкий штык

  3. A knot used to fasten an anchor to its cable.

Anchor block, английский
    The group of sleepers, with rail anchors or resilient fastenings, at each end of a module to be destressed. the anchor block is used for retaining the longitudinal movement of the rail when the rail is tensed.

Anchor bolt, английский
  1. A device for connecting timber members to concrete or masonry

  2. A bolt or other device used to secure a diamond-drill base to a solid foundation. it may or may not be threaded.

  3. A lag screw used to anchor drill base to platform or sills.

Anchor bolt., английский

Anchor bolt:, английский
    A bolt for the connection of the chimney to the foundation

Anchor bolts, английский
    Bolts to secure a wooden sill plate to concrete , or masonry floor or wall.

Anchor box, английский

Anchor box to text, английский
    Привязать объект к тексту

Anchor buoy, английский
  1. A small buoy secured by a light line to an anchor to indicate position of anchor on bottom.

  2. Буй якорной стоянки

  3. A small float attached to the anchor by light line to indicate its position.

Anchor cable, английский
  1. Line used to tie down a yarder to prevent tipping on a heavy pull (32).

  2. A cable or line, one end of which is held in a fixed position.

  3. Якорная цепь

  4. A cable attached to an anchor for raising and lowering it. it is generally conceded that a vessel should never ride to a shorter scope of cable than six times the depth of water. that is to say, if anchored in ten fathoms of water she should not have out less than sixty fathoms of cable for ordinary security. see also anchor chain.

Anchor cable., английский

Proprietary, английский
  1. A colony with a single owner.

  2. A device or program designed and owned by a particular manufacturer or vendor, as opposed to a standard. cd-rom drives are manufactured to read discs that comply with the yellow book standard, but their controller cards may be either supplied by the manufacturer (proprietary) or based on the small computer systems interface (standard). ptt - post, telephone & telegraph administration refers to operating agencies directly or indirectly controlled by government in charge of telecommunications services in most countries of the world.

  3. Refers to a technological design or architecture whose configuration is unavailable to the public and may not be duplicated without permission from the designer or architect. apple’s macintosh? platform is the quintessential example of proprietary architecture.

  4. Owned by an individual or company and whose use generally requires payment.

  5. Термин, обратный понятию "стандартный", т.е. предназначенный для конкретной системы и только для нее.

  6. Relating to an owner or ownership

  7. Relating to an owner or ownership rights of property ownership relating to key information, materials or methods developed by an organization

Patent log, английский
    Also called taffrail log or screw log. any of several speed measuring devices designed to replace the log-chip and line. the original version, patented by connecticut captain truman hotchkiss in 1864, replaced the chip with a finned torpedo-shaped rotator or spinner which was streamed at the end of a logline the other end of which was attached to a register showing either speed or distance traveled. some versions use electronic sensors to indicate the vessel’s speed. the line of a patent log did not need to be knotted, but was braided to prevent the rotation from unlaying it or twisting it into knots. this type of device was superseded first by the pitot tube and later by global positioning systems.

Passive sonar, английский
    Sound-sensing equipment that listens without transmitting, detecting noise emitted by the target rather than a return of its own outgoing signal (as in active sonar). with passive sonar, hydrophones may be towed behind a ship or submarine in order to reduce the effect of noise generated by the watercraft itself. towed units can be towed above or below the thermocline, to combat thermocline effect.