(Askeri) HAREKAT YILDIRIM: Düşmana ilk temas raporları veya, doğrudan doğruya ilgili olan birliklerin harekat komutanları tarafından gönderilmiş olan harekatla ilgili özel ivedi haberler için kullanılan terim. Bu terim, yalnız hayati önemdeki ivedi durumlara ait kısa raporlarda kullanılır. Öncelik sırası daha aşağı olan haberler durdurulmak suretiyle derhal gönderilir. Bak. "message precedence"
(Askeri) İLK BÜTÇE TASARISI: A. B. D. Cumhurbaşkanı'nın kongreye verdiği yıllık bütçe mesajında topyekün bir şekilde özet olarak bahsedilmek üzere Kara Kuvvetleri asli kısımları tarafından hazırlanan bütçe tasarıları. Bu tasarı, genel olarak belirli mali yıl için hazırlanan bütçe tasarılarının ilk grubudur
(Askeri) HAREKAT YILDIRIM HABERİ, HAREKAT YILDIRIM MESAJI (DZ.): Düşmanla ilk temas haberlerine veya son derece acele harekat muharebe haberleri için kullanılan bir öncelik kategorisi. Ayrıca bakınız: "message precedence"
(Askeri) ALEV GİZLEYİCİ: Yanan sevk edici gazların namlu ağzından çıkarken meydana getirdikleri ışık veya alev miktarını azaltmak üzere silah namlusu ağzına takılan cihaz. Ayrıca bakınız: "flash hider"
A type of non-volatile memory built into the unit or available as a PC Card that can be plugged into a PCMCIA slot Flash memory can be written in blocks or over the entire chip, making it easy to erase or update
If something flashes past or by, it moves past you so fast that you cannot see it properly. It was a busy road, cars flashed by every few minutes
If a light flashes or if you flash a light, it shines with a sudden bright light, especially as quick, regular flashes of light. Lightning flashed among the distant dark clouds He lost his temper after a driver flashed her headlights as he overtook He saw the flashing lights of the highway patrol car in his driving mirror
You talk about a flash of something when you are saying that it happens very suddenly and unexpectedly. `What did Moira tell you?' Liz demanded with a flash of anger The essays could do with a flash of wit or humor. = burst
Flash is the use of special bulbs to give more light when taking a photograph. He was one of the first people to use high speed flash in bird photography
Flash is a software program developed by Macromedia that many web designers are using to design and deliver high-impact, low-bandwidth Web Sites You can create graphics and build advanced Web applications using scripting, forms, and server-side connectivity The graphics look like a streaming video entrance to a website It became quite popular in 2000
A program designed for graphic animation A file format transporting interactive vector graphics and animations over the World Wide Web In addition Flash is bandwidth friendly
A sudden and brilliant burst, as of wit or genius; a momentary brightness or show
Flash is the solution for producing and delivering high-impact web sites developed by Macromedia Many web browsers already have Flash support built-in However, if your browser does not support Flash you will need to download the plugin
a short vivid experience; "a flash of emotion swept over him"; "the flashings of pain were a warning"
a sudden intense burst of radiant energy appear briefly; "The headlines flashed on the screen"
Flash is a multimedia software that allows for the design of fast vector based animation with sound It is particularly useful for web based multimedia Produced by American multimedia software specialists Macromedia, Flash requires a plugin that extends the capability of the end users web browser
1 A light source, such as a flashbulb or electronic flash, that emits a very brief, bright burst of light; used in photography as a supplement or alternative to any existing light in a scene Flash sources take various forms Some small cameras have built-in flash, but for SLRs the most popular flash units slot into the top of the camera 2 To blacken an area in a print by exposing it to white light, such as from a penlight flashlight
a very short time (as the time it takes the eye blink or the heart to beat); "if I had the chance I'd do it in a flash"
A standard for interactive vector graphics and animation for the web web designers use Flash to create beautiful, resizable and compact navigation interfaces, technical illustrations, long-form animations and other effects Graphics and animation will anti-alias and scale based on the viewer's screen size, providing high-quality viewing
To convey as by a flash; to light up, as by a sudden flame or light; as, to flash a message along the wires; to flash conviction on the mind
Vector graphic animation software from Macromedia that allows Flash graphics to look the same across all browsers, as long as the plug-in is installed One of the advantages of Flash animations is their relatively fast download time
If you describe something as flash, you mean that it looks expensive, fashionable, and new. a flash uptown restaurant You can go for a `rostrum' system, which sounds flash, but can be assembled quite cheaply
To break forth, as a sudden flood of light; to burst instantly and brightly on the sight; to show a momentary brilliancy; to come or pass like a flash
A sudden burst of light; a flood of light instantaneously appearing and disappearing; a momentary blaze; as, a flash of lightning
If you say that someone reacts to something quick as a flash, you mean that they react to it extremely quickly. Quick as a flash, the man said, `I have to, don't I?'
A Macromedia software product that allows the delivery of highly compressed interactive animations and audio on web pages
If a picture or message flashes up on a screen, or if you flash it onto a screen, it is displayed there briefly or suddenly, and often repeatedly. The figures flash up on the scoreboard The words `Good Luck' were flashing on the screen Researchers flash two groups of different letters onto a computer screen The screen flashes a message: Try again A list of items is repeatedly flashed up on the screen
Wearing showy, counterfeit ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; as, flash people; flash men or women; applied especially to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that dress in a showy way and wear much cheap jewelry
If someone's eyes flash, they suddenly show a strong emotion, especially anger. Her dark eyes flashed and she spoke rapidly
A flash is a sudden burst of light or of something shiny or bright. A sudden flash of lightning lit everything up for a second The wire snapped at the wall plug with a blue flash and the light fused A jay emerged from the juniper bush in a flash of blue feathers
Internet & computing Flash is a vector-based moving graphics format created by Macromedia for the publication of animations on the world-wide web Flash ( swf) graphics files can be created in Macromedia's own Flash program, or else in software applications such as Adobe's LiveMotion or Corel's RAVE (real animated vector effects) package Most web browsers still require a plug-in to be installed before they can play Flash animations
Flash is an application published by the Macromedia company Think of Flash as a 'window' that is displayed within the HTML environment You have complete control of the window You can display animations You can make the animations clickable You can make text move and change Flash is very fast because it draws graphics on the fly, rather than storing text or graphics as complete images (Although Flash can also display photographic images and illustrations) Flash gives you much more creative room than HTML, but it requires a 'plug-in', a piece of code on your computer that runs Flash The newer browsers automatically come with Flash If your user has an older browser, and they don't already have Flash, they will be asked to download it If they agree to download Flash, they will be sent to the Macromedia site where they will need to click on a few things to receive Flash If they haven't already downloaded Flash, you might lose them at this point It is a tradeoff
In video or film editing, a flash frame is a very short shot (usually one frame, but occasionally several) that appears in a sequence of images. Flash Frames are usually inadvertent and result from either an editing mistake or an equipment problem. From time to time, however, they are inserted intentionally for creative reasons
A sudden and planned gathering of many people at a particular place that has been arranged earlier on an Internet website. All of the people do or say something that has also been planned earlier and then separate and leave quickly in different directions
Flash back occurs when a trail of flammable gas, vapor or aerosol is ignited by a distant spark, flame or other source of ignition The flame then travels back along the trail of gas, vapor or aerosol to its source A serious fire or explosion could result
A variety of water-tube boiler, used chiefly in steam automobiles, consisting of a nest of strong tubes with very little water space, kept nearly red hot so that the water as it trickles drop by drop into the tubes is immediately flashed into steam and superheated
A technique for joining segments of metal rail or pipe in which segments aligned end to end are electronically charged, producing an electric arc that melts and welds the ends of the segments, yielding an exceptionally strong and smooth joint. Also called flash welding
A small flash memory module The memory chips are enclosed in a plastic case and retain data after they are removed from the system The most common uses for these are in laptops, pagers, handheld computers, cell phones, digital cameras, and audio players There are several different form factors of flash cards, including Compact Flash, SmartMedia, PCMCIA, and Small Form Factor Flash Card
A flood which is caused by heavy or excessive rainfall in a short period of time, generally under 6 hours, leading to water that rises and falls quite rapidly The term may also be used to alert the public of non life threatening flooding of small streams, streets, storm drains, and low lying urban areas A flash flood can also be caused by the failure of a dam or from ice jams on waterways
A flood which is caused by heavy or excessive rainfall in a short period of time, generally under six (6) hours, leading to water that rises and falls quite rapidly The term may also be used to alert the public of non life threatening flooding of small streams, streets, storm drains, and low lying urban areas A flash flood can also be caused by the failure of a dam or from ice jams on waterways
A flood which occurs suddenly and without warning Flash floods are common after torrential mountain thunderstorms They affect mountain valleys because there is little soil to soak up the rain and so it quickly rushes to rivers
Follows a situation in which rainfall is so intense and severe and runoff so rapid that it precludes recording and relating it to stream stages and other information in time to forecast a flood condition (FEMA definition) See also flood
Heavy rainfall and localised flooding of short duration with a relatively high peak discharge Often caused by severe thunderstorms or intense rainfall events such as an East Coast Low For severe thunderstorms, a flash flood event is considered to be a 1 in 10 year rainfall event
A flood which is caused by heavy or excessive rainfall in a short period of time, generally less than 6 hours Also, at times a dam failure can cause a flash flood, depending on the type of dam and time period during which the break occurs
flood of water in a normally arid area brought on by a sud- den downpour of rain flint compact, hard, brittle mineral, commonly grey in colour, found in nodules in chalk deposits flooding the inundation of land that is not normally covered with water fluvioglaclal of a process or landform, associated with glacial meltwater Meltwater, flowing beneath or ahead of a glacier, is capable of transporting rocky material and creating a variety of landscape features, including eskers, kames, and outwash plains
A flood that rises and falls quite rapidly with little or no advance warning, usually as the result of intense rainfall over a relatively small area Flash floods can be caused by situations such as a sudden excessive rainfall, the failure of a dam, or the thaw of an ice jam
A computer chip with a read-only memory that retains its data when the power is turned off and that can be electronically erased and reprogrammed without being removed from the circuit board, often used in fax machines
The temperature to which a combustible liquid must be heated to give off sufficient vapor to form momentarily a flammable mixture with air when a small flame is applied under specified conditions (ASTM Designation D 92 )
Temperature at which a liquid will give off enough flammable vapor to ignite There are several flash point test methods, and flash points may vary for the same material depending on the method used, so the test method is indicated when the flash point is given
The Flash Point is the lowest temperature at which a liquid or a solid gives off enough vapor to form flammable air-vapor mixture near its surface The lower the flash point, the greater the fire hazard The flash point is an approximate value and should not be taken as a sharp dividing line between safe and hazardous conditions The flash point is determined by a variety of test methods which give different results Two of these methods are abbreviated as OC (open cup) and CC (closed cup)
The lowest temperature at which a liquid gives off enough vapor to form an ignitable mixture and burn when a source of ignition (sparks, open flames, etc ) is present Two tests are used to determine the flash point: open cup and closed cup The test method is indicated on the MSDS after the flash point
means the minimum temperature at which a liquid within a container gives off vapour in sufficient concentration to form an ignitable mixture with air near the surface of the liquid (Ontario Fire Code 1996)
of a chemical - The lowest temperature at which a flame will propagate through the vapour of a combustible material to the liquid surface It is determined by the vapour pressure of the liquid, since only when a sufficiently high vapour concentration is reached, can it support combustion It should be noted that the source of ignition need not be an open flame, but could equally be, for example, the surface of a hot plate, or a steam pipe
A very rare phenomenon observed in morning or evening when the sun is crossing or immediately below the horizon, in which a momentary flash of blue light appears above the upper rim of the solar disk, caused by refraction of light in the atmosphere
A rare phenomenon observed in morning or evening when the sun is crossing or immediately below the horizon, in which a momentary flash or ray of green light appears above the upper rim of the solar disk, caused by refraction of light in the atmosphere
Frank T. Davies, physicist on board the City of New York, en route to the Antarctic regions with Byrd Antarctic Expedition, reports as follows on a green flash observed off Bermuda on the evening of August 29, 1928.
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