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1) A protective shell of fiberglass, plastic, or plaster, and bandage that is molded to protect broken or fractured limb(s) as it heals. 2) An abnormal mass of dead cells that forms in a body cavity. For example, cases of cells that form in the tubules of the kidneys are sometimes detected in urine samples.
Source: medicinenet.com

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See diagnostic cast or study model.
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mid-13c., "a throw, an act of throwing," from cast (v.). In early use especially of dice, hence figurative uses relating to fortune or fate. Meaning "that which is cast" is from c. [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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c. 1200, "to throw, fling, hurl," from a Scandinavian source akin to Old Norse kasta "to throw" (cognate with Swedish kasta, Danish kaste, North Frisian kastin), of uncertain origi [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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An empty, hollow crystal form of a dissolved or pseudomorphed mineral.
Source: minerals.net

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A directed throw; in strip-mining, the overburden is cast from the coal to the previously mined area.
Source: coaleducation.org

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to throw or toss.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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impression formed when a liquid substance is poured into a form or mold, and then hardens into that shape.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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to hire actors for a film or play.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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A cast is a form created by pouring liquid material, such as plaster or molten metal, into a mould
Source: tate.org.uk

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Use for sculptural works or reproductions made by casting. In industrial and building trade contexts, prefer "castings."
Source: sciencemuseum.org.uk

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1. a common tendency to actively uncock the wrists and throw the club with the hands too early in the downswing in an attempt to accelerate the club or square the face  2. (as in "cast irons [..]
Source: pgaprofessional.com

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Made from a harder steel than forged irons . The metal is poured into a pre shaped mold, cooled and then separated. Usually recommended for higher handicap players
Source: rockbottomgolf.com

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The process by which, or having the properties of, a clubhead that is created by pouring molten metal into a cast. This is an easier way to mass-produce golf clubs compared with forging.
Source: golfonline.co.uk

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the actors in a play project: put or send forth; "She threw the flashlight beam into the corner"; "The setting sun threw long shadows"; &quo [..]
Source: google-dictionary.so8848.com

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a manufacturing process for golf clubs where the club head is poured into a mold in molten state.
Source: thegolfexpert.com

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Steel is melted and poured into a mould (the "cast"). When cool, the cast is removed and the head is polished. See also Forged.
Source: golfclubseurope.com

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One of the RPC primitives used by the OpenStack message queue software. Sends a message and does not wait for a response.
Source: docs.openstack.org

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to throw something with force. The same word also means to shape something by pouring hot metal or liquid plaster into a mould
Source: eenglish.in

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Dictionary of Internet Terms A cryptographic encryption algorithm that is an optional part of some standards.
Source: comptechdoc.org

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a collective term for all of the actors/performers (or talent) appearing in a particular film: usually broken down into two parts: the leads with speaking roles, and the seconds or supporting characte [..]
Source: filmsite.org

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An accumulation of proteins molded from the kidney tubules that appears in urine sediment catabolism
Source: mhhe.com

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1. See Cast-Off and Cast-On.2. See Stock Dimensions.
Source: saami.org

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A horse, positioned on its side or back, and wedged against a wall, such that it cannot get up.
Source: equibase.com

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A fossil formed in a rock showing the organism's outward shape. It formed after the organism dissolved and the space in the rock was filled.
Source: mdk12.msde.maryland.gov

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Fossil formed when new mineral material fills a mold and hardens.
Source: college.cengage.com

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A stiff, solid dressing formed with plaster of Paris or fiberglass around a limb or other body part to keep it from moving during healing.
Source: cedars-sinai.edu

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a hard bandage that is wrapped around a broken bone to keep it in place
Source: englishclub.com

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There are two useful kinds of casts. Primitive or converting casts e.g. // primitive converting cast short s = (short) someInt; would convert to a short integer. Converting casts come is two flavours [..]
Source: mindprod.com

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(n) the actors in a play(n) container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens(n) the distinctive form in which a thing is made(n) the visual appearance of something or [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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contendo, iacio
Source: latin-dictionary.org

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Centre for Applied Science and Technology
Source: met.police.uk

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A horse, positioned on its side or back, and wedged against a wall, such that it cannot get up.
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alloys are cast out of a softened form.
Source: fedtech.com

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To turn a ship to a desired direction without gaining headway or sternway.
Source: digimap.edina.ac.uk

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Computer-Aided Software Testing. The use of an automated program for software testing.
Source: computeruser.com

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(1) A term indicating in the annealed state as “Cast Spring Steel Wire.” (2) In reference to Bright or Polished Strip Steel or Wire, the word cast implies discoloration as a shadow. (3) A term [..]
Source: metalmart.com

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can also mean to hold a bird down for examination, as in the phrase "We cast the bird to cope her." The meaning here is that the bird was held down so that her beak could be trimmed and shap [..]
Source: themodernapprentice.com

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The act of imparting energy to a fly rod in such a way that the fly line and leader project a fly to a target some distance away.
Source: pursuetheoutdoors.com

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The characters who are physically present in the play or film. These are the roles for which actors will be needed. When we talk about a role in a stageplay as being double-cast with another, it means [..]
Source: screenwriting.info

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An overall bias of the image towards one colour.
Source: ephotozine.com

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Cast, or color cast typically refers to an overall, subtle color shift in an image. This undesirable tint is caused by an inappropriate amount of cyan, magenta or yellow. It is caused by improper exposure, incorrect white balance or film stock type, or unusual lighting situations that aren't easily apparent to the naked eye (i.e. shooting unde [..]
Source: exposureguide.com

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the actors who portray the characters in a performance of dramatic literature.
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Abnormal colouring of an image produced by incorrect white balance or colour temperature settings are used. Can also be found on prints due to many different types of ink and paper combinations. See colour profiling for more information. Can also be caused by reflection within the subject as from a hat on to the face etc. CCD:
Source: pixalo.com

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overall bias toward one color in a color photograph.
Source: profotos.com

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a process where plaster, clay, wax or metal in liquid form is poured into a mould. When the liquid has solidified, the mould is removed, leaving a replica (cast) of the original.
Source: artgallery.nsw.gov.au

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Dressings made of fiberglass, Plastic, or Bandage impregnated with Plaster of Paris used for Immobilization of various parts of the body in cases of fractures, dislocations, and infected wounds. In co [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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A tinge, a slight deviation from the norm in color or appearance. The term is most often applied to color, and refers to a small difference in hue. For example, four pure hues are generally recognized [..]
Source: rustoleum.com

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China Aerospace Science and Technology
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Cast, in the context of C#, is a method by which a value is converted from one data type to another. Cast is an explicit conversion by which the compiler is informed about the conversion and the resul [..]
Source: techopedia.com

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To give the dawg a specific direction through the use of body movements.
Source: retrievertraining.net

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, (1) adj. rejected as being faulty. ‘Them’s old cast yins; A wouldn’t tak them.’ (2) v. to reject on account of some imperfection.
Source: ulsterscotsacademy.com

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n. The syntax ( type-name ) where type-name is a type name such as int or char * ; used to indicate an explicit conversion of a value to another type. vt. To convert a value using a cast.
Source: c-faq.com

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Computer Aided Software Testing.
Source: aptest.com

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acroynm for computer-aided software testing
Source: csc.villanova.edu

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n. "casting (stones); plot, scheme; situation, occasion," s.v. cast sb.\2 OED. KEY: cast@n
Source: sites.fas.harvard.edu

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n 6 cast 5 castes 1
Source: sites.fas.harvard.edu

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operator for explicit type conversion; most often best avoided. See also dynamic_cast, C-style cast, new-style cast. TC++PL 6.2.7, D&E 7.2, 14.2.2.1.
Source: stroustrup.com

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To throw
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To cast a spell is to use a spell; "casters" are champions that use spells primarily as opposed to their basic attack (aka autoattack or AA or primary attack).
Source: lol.esportswikis.com

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 movement towards either long side of the trampoline frame during a move.
Source: brentwoodtc.org

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A cast holds a broken bone in place as it heals, prevents, or decreases muscle contractures, or provides immobilization, especially after surgery. Casts immobilize the joint above and the joint below [..]
Source: intmedtourism.com

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The farthest distance a bow will shoot an arrow.
Source: tradbow.com

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The production of a sculpture by use of a mould to make a copy, usually in a more durable material, of the original work. The term is used to describe both the process and the resulting object.
Source: generationartscotland.org

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a cast holds a broken bone in place as it heals, prevents, or decreases muscle contractures, or provides immobilization, especially after surgery. Casts immobilize the joint above and the joint below [..]
Source: westchasesportsmed.com

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a) The type of bullet produced by a lead melting process. b) The process of making bullets for reloading by melting lead, or an alloy of lead. These bullets are normally not jacketed and so are only s [..]
Source: marplerifleandpistolclub.org.uk

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(heading,physical) ''To move, or be moved, away.'' # (now,_|somewhat|_|literary) To throw.caste þher-to Safroun an Salt4: #*: As Jesus walked by the see off Galile, he sawe two brethren: Simon wh [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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lang=en * Schuster Hepaticae V|vii *: Hepaticology, outside the temperate parts of the Northern Hemisphere, still lies deep in the shadow cast by that ultimate "closet taxonomist," Franz Stephani—a [..]
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