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Word: array

Definition: marshal; draw up in order; arrange in order; clothe splendidly; adorn; N: fine clothes; ordered group; Ex. in battle array

Sentences Containing 'array'

"*" is a kind of rubber-index to reshape a slice(sub-array) of array to a vector.
A 12-by-16 array, for example, would have 192 independent capacitors.
A wide array of artists collaborated with Björk on material for the album.
A wide array of dignitaries attended the dedication ceremony.
Additionally, a wide array of certificates and graduate diplomas are conferred.
After that, partition the array with the "k"th smallest element as pivot.
Although not marketed as such, it is widely known to cater to the wealthy through its private location and array of activities.
Blackfin processors contain a wide array of connectivity peripherals.
Despite his array of other professions, it is primarily for this novel that Brisbane is remembered.
Edward appointed him the sole Commissioner of Array for the Western Counties in 1464, when he was eleven.
Effective length of the single array is about 36000 pixels.
From Egypt a wide array of luxury and manufactured goods were imported.
He was director of the Very Large Array (VLA) from 1980 until 1987.
Here he met with a vast array of petty criminals, devoted primarily to scams of various kinds.
His music is an array of folk, jazz, noise, hardcore punk, and rap.
His wrote works deleaing with array of subjects from prosody to logic to theology.
Iași has a diverse array of public spaces, from city squares to public parks.
In 2005, the mountain added a new dimension to its array of terrain.
Information is presented as an array of pre-selected formed characters.
It is an important, if not essential collection, featuring an incredible array of talent, and priced as an extraordinary value.
It is quite fast due to array syntax, and extensible via C or Fortran routines.
It offers a wide array of training programs and employment opportunities across the state.
It replaces the vocals and electronic guitars of the original songs with an array of stringed instruments.
It was packaged in a 1,443-land flip-chip land grid array (LGA).
John Vaughan of Kevenbodig was a captain in the Royalist army and a commissioner of array in 1642.
Korea is a vibrant environment for contemporary music, and produces a wide array of styles.
Once again, the show garnered an impressive array of bad reactions from the general public and media outlets.
Pierson served on the oversight board for the array.
Prices range from $400–$1000, amongst a wide array of sizes and styles.
She also released an array of cookie compilations for the 2009 Lunar New Year.
The album received a wide array of reactions from fans and critics.
The arena has an array of seating plans which facilitate the comfort of its users, subject to performance.
The evening and primetime schedule on PBS features a diverse array of programming: PBS Kids.
The functions are controlled by Touchscreen or by Speech recognition software using a multiple microphone array.
The high sensitivity mapping capability of the GBT makes it a necessary complement to the Atacama Large Millimeter Array, the Expanded Very Large Array, the Very Long Baseline Array, and other high angular resolution interferometers.
The inflorescence is an open array of branches, each a coiling panicle of flowers.
The M34/M35 series of trucks came in wide array of variants and subvariants.
The opposite wall of this entry was hung all over with a heathenish array of monstrous clubs and spears.
The same imaging technique has now been applied at the Navy Prototype Optical Interferometer and the IOTA array.
The Senate's proposal would have conferred a broad array of rights on patients.
The software includes a wide array of functionality to facilitate video distribution and community creation.
The solar array was covering a total area of , which is more than on the Nuna 1.
The station normally operates a directional array both day and night.
The US Army used the UH-1 with a far wider array of systems.
This allows for efficient implementation in two-level logic arrays such as a PLA (Programmable Logic Array) or a PAL (Programmable Array Logic).
This is one of a heliograph array of 96, 13.7-m dishes that circled the present location of the Compact Array.
To sort data in a different order, you create a new array with different indices and copy the original array to the new one.
Together they produce a rich array of habitats that support the biological diversity of the Everglades.
When lack of funding forced the Allen Telescope Array into temporary hibernation in 2011, Pierson led the effort to reopen the array.
With the arts being an integral part of this community, OMS offers an array of fine arts courses.

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::: begrudge - envy; give or allow unwillingly; grudge; Ex. We shouldn't begrudge him his success.
::: collaborate - work together; cooperate treasonably with the enemy
::: encroachment - gradual intrusion; Ex. I resent all these encroachments on my valuable time; V. encroach: take another's possessions or right gradually or stealthily; intrude; Ex. encroach on/upon
::: palpable - tangible; (of something bad) easily perceptible; obvious; Ex. palpable blunder
::: nondescript - undistinctive; ordinary; ordinary-looking; Ex. nondescript fellow in a crowd
::: inchoate - (of desire, wish, plan) recently begun; not explicit; at the beginning of development; rudimentary; elementary; Ex. inchoate mass
::: equilibrium - balance of opposing forces; balance of the mind; equanimity
::: adversary - opponent; enemy