a that bears .
Also called grapevine telegraph. a person-to-person method of spreading rumors, gossip, information, etc., by informal or unofficial conversation, letter writing, or the like.
a private or secret source of information.
a town in N Texas.
any of several vitaceous vines of the genus Vitis, esp V. vinifera of E Asia, widely cultivated for its fruit (grapes): family Vitaceae
(informal) an unofficial means of relaying information, esp from person to person
a wrestling hold in which a wrestler entwines his own leg around his opponent’s and exerts pressure against various joints
1736, from grape + vine. Meaning “rumor source” is 1862, U.S. Civil War slang for “telegraph wires.”
Coming from an unofficial source of rumor or news: a grapevine item/ grapevine gossip (1863+)
A distributed system project.
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[grey-pee] /ˈgreɪ pi/ adjective, grapier, grapiest. 1. . [grey-pee] /ˈgreɪ pi/ adjective, grapier, grapiest. 1. of, like, or composed of . 2. tasting of or juice: a grapy wine. /ˈɡreɪpɪ/ adjective -pier, -piest 1. tasting or smelling of grapes
[graf, grahf] /græf, grɑf/ noun 1. a diagram representing a system of connections or interrelations among two or more things by a number of distinctive dots, lines, bars, etc. 2. Mathematics. 3. a written symbol for an idea, a sound, or a linguistic expression. verb (used with object) 4. Mathematics. to draw (a curve) as […]
- Graph algorithm and software package
library (GASP) A PL/I extension for programming graph algorithms. [“GASP – Gprah Algorithm Software Package”, S. Chase, TR CS Dept, U Illinois, Dec 1969]. (1998-02-27)
[graf-uh-loi] /ˈgræf əˌlɔɪ/ noun 1. a compound of impregnated with Babbitt metal, bronze, copper, gold, etc., used as a low-friction material.