a frame in the opening of a wall enclosing a window and some other opening.
[loo-ping] /ˈlu pɪŋ/ noun, Movies. 1. the process of fitting speech to film already shot, especially by making a of the film for one scene and projecting it repeatedly until a good synchronization of film and recorded speech is achieved. [loop] /lup/ noun 1. a portion of a cord, ribbon, etc., folded or doubled upon […]
noun, Metalworking. 1. a rolling mill for bar stock, wire, and the like, having the successive stands side by side so that the metal forms a loop in passing from stand to stand.
language, simulation, Petri net A compiler, simulator, and associated source control for an object-oriented Petri net language developed by Charles Lakos Charles.Lakos@adelaide.edu.au at the University of Tasmania. In LOOPN, a Petri net is an extension of a coloured timed Petri net. The extension means firstly that token types are classes. In other words, they consist […]
noun 1. a knot made by doubling over a line at its end and tying both thicknesses into a square knot in such a way as to leave a loop. noun 1. a knot that leaves a loop extending from it