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A technique to bring a non-CHAIMS service into the CHAIMS paradigm
The outer covering of a paperback book, often sewn or stapled in sections This term should be distinguished from "wrapper" which refers to the dust jacket of a hardcover book
printed or plain paper binding (paperback)
plural of wrapper
Soft covers i e paperback Don't confuse this with "dust wrapper"
Book covers made from heavy stiff paper rather than from boards, a term not to be confused with dust-wrapper
Full color, double-sided supplements, produced outside the run-of-paper for special events: printed on art paper and hand wrapped around the outside of the regular edition, and delivered to a location of the advertiser's choice for distribution
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A class, module, etc. that serves to mediate access to another

We need a Perl wrapper for this C++ library.

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One who, or that which, wraps

He proved to be a remarkably efficient wrapper of parcels.

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Something that is wrapped around something else as a cover or protection: a wrapping
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{n} one who wraps up, a thin cover
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The enclosure that is used to wrap a legacy application to make the legacy application available as an implementation to WebLogic Enterprise client applications
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Some elements, such as Chapter, have important semantic significance Other elements serve no obvious purpose except to contain a number of other elements For example, BookInfo has no important semantics; it merely serves as a container for the meta-information about a book Elements that are just containers are sometimes called "wrappers "
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An envelope placed around a data packet, which typically provides new header information including destination and source address information Wrappers are often used to transport one type of packet through a different network protocol
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(Application Developer's Guide - XML; search in this book)
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A flat sheet or strip open at both ends that can be folded and sealed around a newspaper or periodical Wrappers can have an imprinted stamp or have a stamp attached
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an article of clothing worn wrapped around the body
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a person who wraps parcels etc
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Specifically, a loose outer garment; an article of dress intended to be wrapped round the person; as, a morning wrapper; a gentleman's wrapper
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a loose dressing gown for women
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A package which changes the interface to an existing package without substantially increasing its functionality
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{i} jacket, envelope; lid; cover; outer clothing, robe; covering
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A program that is installed on a computer system to limit access to certain programs and to log every request that is made to run those programs
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The outer leaf - generally high quality, first grade tobacco that is wound around the binder of the cigar It is chosen for its complexion, elasticity, silky texture and delicate veins
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A software program or script that makes it possible to run another, more essential software program
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the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped
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something that is wrapped around something else as a cover or protection
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That in which anything is wrapped, or inclosed; envelope; covering
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A Java class that encapsulates another kind of object, possibly external to Java itself, such as a PL/SQL package
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– a high quality tobacco leaf wrapped around the finished bunch and binder It is very elastic and at it best unblemished
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cloak that is folded or wrapped around a person
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The wrapper package performs two basic functions: it logs requests for internet services and provides an access control mechanism for Unix systems
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Some elements, such as Chapter, have important semantic significance Other elements serve no obvious purpose except to contain a number of other elements For example, BookInfo has no important semantics; it merely serves as a container for the meta-information about a book Elements that are just containers are sometimes called "wrappers "
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A shell script that sets up the proper execution environment and then executes the binary file that corresponds to the shell's name
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- A program used to start another program X
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A common frontend program or script for running an executable For example, a wrapper can check whether the environment is 32-bit or 64-bit and then invoke the appropriate (32-bit or 64-bit) executable
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An object that encapsulates and delegates to another object to alter its interface or behavior in some way All primitive data types have corresponding wrapper classes each with a methods to convert to other data types and in particular a method to convert the wrapper to an instance of the primitive it represents
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A script that log metadata about science objects with minimal alteration to existing processing methods
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a negligée or loose dressing gown
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An object that is created to provide an object-style interface to some other type of data The Number and Boolean objects are examples of wrapper objects
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A wrapper is a piece of paper, plastic, or thin metal which covers and protects something that you buy, especially food. I emptied the sweet wrappers from the ashtray. the piece of paper or plastic that covers something when it is sold
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(n ) An object that encapsulates and delegates to another object to alter its interface or behavior in some way
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Reinforcing armor strapped to the front of the helmet that covers the chin and the lower half of the visor A wrapper on an armet with a rondel Valentine Armouries
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