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A comparison, or the location of a comparison, of data. Properly processed and interpreted seismic lines can show good ties, or correlations, at intersection points.
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1 [transitive] to make a knot with two ends of a piece of string, rope etcSally bent down to tie her shoelaces.We’re teaching him how to tie a tie.Synonyms and related words To fasten something [..]
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See halve
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to make a knot with string or ribbon. The same word also means a narrow piece of cloth worn around the neck
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Chat Abbreviation Dictionary Take It Easy
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Any unit of material that connects masonry to masonry or other material.
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 - A wire device that connects a conductor to an insulator. Factory formed ties are manufactured by Preformed Line Products Company.
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A rod, plate, or angle welded between a two angle web member or between a top or bottom chord panel to tie them together usually located at the middle of the member. See Filler or Plug.
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a curved line connecting two consecutive notes on the same line or space of the staff; indicates the note to be held over rather than repeated.
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Tie - short strip of cloth, one or more pairs of which are sewn to an item and used for tying it together. Found on the front kapok life preservers and elsewhere.
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1. See draw. 2. See match.  
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When the two closest bowls belong to opposing teams and are both exactly the same distance from the jack after measurement, the end is declared a tie if they are the shot bowls. If they are for the second or third, etc., closest shot, no additional point is awarded to the winner of that end.
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Alternative term for “Push.”
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Also known as a Push. Risk amount of wager is returned to the bettor.
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Also known as push or draw. This is a bet where no money is lost or won because the teams/competitors score and finishing place were equal to the number of points in the given line.
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Direction and distance measurement from a defined point to a nearby object for reference purposes; normally used for perpetuation of landmarks.
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  Direction and distance measurement from a defined point to a nearby object for reference purposes; normally used for perpetuation of landmarks.
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Old English tigan, tiegan "to tie, bind, join, connect," from the source of tie (n.). Meaning "to finish equal to a competitor" is from 1888. Related: Tied; tying. To tie the knot [..]
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Acronym for time interval error.
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farbindn
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bund
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A curved line drawn over or under the heads of two notes of the same pitch indicating that there should be no break between them but they should be played as a single note.
Source: dictionary.onmusic.org

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a narrow piece of fabric that is tied in a knot around the neck, mens formalwear worn with a shirt.
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The act of trapping someone in a romantic relationship using a Jamaican dark magic called obeah. This type of sorcery is practice mostly by women in order to keep their partners in a relationship beca [..]
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  When a slur is placed between two notes with the same pitch, this is called a "tie" and the two notes are played in one bow for the duration of both notes.
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(n) neckwear consisting of a long narrow piece of material worn (mostly by men) under a collar and tied in knot at the front(n) a social or business relationship(n) equality of score in a contest(n [..]
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A musical term referring to a curved line over 2 notes that indicates that the note is to be held for the duration specified
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A curved line which shows two notes of the same pitch joined together and played as one with the time value of both.
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A bet in which no money is lost nor won because the teams' scores were equal to the number of points in the given line.
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Short rope, other than a gasket, used for securing a sail when furled.
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Trace, Implicate or Eliminate
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Tie has two principal meanings: Necktie, a long piece of cloth worn around the neck or shoulders Cravat, the forerunner to the modern tie Tie (draw), a finish to a competition with identical results, [..]
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In music notation, a tie is a curved line connecting the heads of two notes of the same pitch and name, indicating that they are to be played as a single note with a duration equal to the sum of the i [..]
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A draw or tie occurs in a competitive sport when the results are identical or inconclusive. Ties or draws are possible in some, but not all, sports and games. Such an outcome, sometimes referred to as [..]
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A draw or tie occurs in a competitive sport when the results are identical or inconclusive. Ties or draws are possible in some, but not all, sports and games. Such an outcome, sometimes referred to as [..]
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A tie, strap, tie rod, eyebar, guy-wire, suspension cables, or wire ropes, are examples of linear structural components designed to resist tension. It is the opposite of a strut or column, which is de [..]
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The tie in a cavity wall is used to tie the internal and external walls (or leaves) constructed of bricks or cement blocks together, making the two parts to act as a homogeneous unit. It is placed in [..]
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A tie is a concept to bind a class skeleton to an implementing class. With this approach the class which should be invoked by a remote call, can be derived from a non-remoting class. Usually a tie cla [..]
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The IndUS Entrepreneurs (TiE) is a Silicon Valley non-profit supporting start-ups through networking and the raising of capital for new and experienced entrepreneurs. By 2000, it had helped create bus [..]
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The tie is a symbol in the shape of an arc similar to a large breve, used in Greek, phonetic alphabets, and Z notation. It can be used between two characters with spacing as punctuation, or non-spacin [..]
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Depression or dimple in the back of cattle caused by an adhesion of the hide to the backbone.
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Old English teag, "cord, band, thong, fetter," literally "that with which anything is tied," from Proto-Germanic *taugo (source also of Old Norse taug "tie," tygill " [..]
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A match which has ended level.
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fasten or secure with a rope, string, or cord; "They tied their victim to the chair" necktie: neckwear consisting of a long narrow piece of material worn (mostly by men) unde [..]
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bindn
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vinculum, ligo
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A rod, plate, or angle welded between a two angle web member or between a top or bottom chord panel to tie them together usually located at the middle of the member. See Filler or Plug.
Source: rcd.co.uk

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A wager in which no money is lost nor won because the teams' scores were equal to the number of points in the given line.
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A runner to which a tackle is hooked, used for hoisting lug-sails and squaresails.
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The bond between a magical variable and its implementation class. See the tie function in Chapter 29 and Chapter 14.
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The bond between a magical variable and its implementation class. See the tie
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A wager in which no money is lost nor won because the teams' scores were equal to the number of points in the given line.
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See “Push” above.
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Any member which provides a tensile force to tie two other members together, especially, the bottom horizontal member of a roof truss, and (in a steel framed structure) steel beams whose main function [..]
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