(Askeri) ALEV KOVASI (HV.): Bazı roket taban yastıklarında mevcut ve çekiş meydana geldikçe içine sıcak roket gazlarının aktığı bir menfez alev kovası, fırlatma durumuna getirilmiş roketin hemen altındadır. Cidarlarından, bir alev saptırıcı vazifesi görmek üzere içeri doğru döner; karşısındaki kısım açıktır
A container made of rigid material, often with a handle, used to carry liquids or small items
The crab was cool and very light. But the water was thick with sand, and so, scrambling down, Jacob was about to jump, holding his bucket in front of him, when he saw, stretched entirely rigid, side by side, their faces very red, an enormous man and woman.
(Bilgisayar) A reserved amount of memory that holds a single item or multiple items of data. Bucket is somewhat synonymous to "buffer," although buffers are usually memory locations for incoming data records, while buckets tend to be smaller holding areas for calculations. See hash table, buffer and variable
A pattern of planets where most of them lie in one half of the zodiac, while only one or two planets lie in the other half (the "handle" of the bucket) to balance them out The planets in the handle represent unique traits that color the overall chart heavily, acting as forces that balance out the inertia of the main group of planets
A gathering of items of a similar type, such as trades of a similar value, or a timer period during which trades may take place
A region of memory that is addressable as an entity and can be used to hold data; refers to the receptacle as opposed to the data itself FCN
A bucket is a round metal or plastic container with a handle attached to its sides. Buckets are often used for holding and carrying water. We drew water in a bucket from the well outside the door A bucket of water is the amount of water contained in a bucket. She threw a bucket of water over them. bucket down to rain very hard = pour
-A basket or platform that supports one or more linemen attached to a boom of a truck
To make, or cause to make (the recovery), with a certain hurried or unskillful forward swing of the body
Any chemical process or technique that is relatively low-tech, and does not require specialist equipment or skills, or precise measurement or control
There are certain manufacturing methods that do not require traditional chemical apparatuses. Bucket chemistry is an appropriate term, because these reactions can literally take place in a plastic bucket.
A stock broking firm which takes small orders from clients and takes them on its own account rather than actually transmitting them to the market. Prevalent in the US 1870s to 1920s; often setup as shop-fronts in the 1920s
Bucket and spade sets are traditional British seaside paraphernalia that can be bought cheaply from any beachside vendor. They usually consist of a small plastic bucket with a handle and a small shovel, both of which can be decorated with a variety of bright colours and patterns
A bucket seat is a seat for one person in a car or aeroplane which has rounded sides that partly enclose and support the body. A single, usually low seat with a contoured back, typically used in some automobiles. a car seat with a high curved back, for one person
Moffitt described this loss of work-related income as a result of the AFDC (Aid to Families with Dependent Children) benefits being transferred in a "leaky bucket." This is a theory developed by another economist, Arthur Okun, in 1975. The leaky bucket theory says that for every dollar given to an AFDC recipient, the recipient actually gets less than a dollar, because the bucket is "leaking money."
(Ekonomi) A class of debt instruments within a liquidity category of tier one assets or within a liquidity category of tier two assets, the residual maturity of which is within a certain range of values, e.g. the three to five-year maturity bucket
(Ekonomi) Risk management term for a series of time periods within which principal payments are made. Thus maturity buckets might be set for one month, two, three, and six months, and one year, two, three, four, five years, and longer. These buckets are then used to report any mismatch between assets and liabilities (cf. assets repriced before liabilities; gap analysis)
Categories for securities or derivatives Some buckets refer to maturity classifications, such as, 3, 6, 12 month buckets There are many other designations as well The term can also refer to duration adjusted groups, option adjusted groups, and other predefined categories which represent a dominant, common feature
[ 'b&-k&t ] (noun.) 13th century. From Middle English boket, buket from Anglo-Norman buket, buquet, of Germanic origin, from Old English bucc (“belly, stomach, pitcher, bulging vessel”) from Proto-Germanic *būkaz (“belly, stomach”) from Proto-Indo-European *bhou- (“to swell, grow”). Akin to Old English būc "stomach, belly".
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