A feature is a distinct property or piece, which may refer to:
Other articles related to "feature, features":
... be used as a simplified replacement to more feature-rich servers, it is uniquely suited to service high volume requests for static data—for example as an image ... thttpd has a bandwidth throttling feature which is not present in other open source web server software such as Apache (although throttling is available as an add-on ... This feature enables the server administrator to limit the maximum bit rate at which certain types of files may be transferred ...
... of the Japanese toilet company Toto, referring to electric toilet seats with water spray feature for washing ... to refer to non-Toto seats with comparable features ... The washing feature includes anal and genital cleansing ...
... The selenographic coordinates of this feature are 58°24′S 126°06′E / 58.4°S 126.1°E / -58.4 126.1, and it has a length of 451 km ... part of the huge walled plain Planck, and it was named after that feature (which has an eponym of Max Planck) ... The remainder of the feature continues to the northwestern outer rim of the walled plain Planck, until terminating near Pikel'ner K ...
... Feature (archaeology), any dug, built, or dumped evidence of human activity The Features, an American rock band ...
... It features a new replacement to Manager Mode called Career Mode the player is able to play a career as a Manager, Player or a new feature as a Player Manager ... Other new features include an improved passing system, improved player likenesses, the ability to play as a Goalkeeper for the first time, and other various other tweaks and additions ... Landon Donovan, Kaká and Carlos Vela feature on the cover of the North American version of the game, while Kaká and Wayne Rooney feature on the cover of the UK and Irish ...
Famous quotes containing the word feature:
“Blunders are an inescapable feature of war, because choice in military affairs lies generally between the bad and the worse.”
—Allan Massie (b. 1938)
“A snake, with mottles rare,
Surveyed my chamber floor,
In feature as the worm before,
But ringed with power.”
—Emily Dickinson (18301886)
“The proclamation and repetition of first principles is a constant feature of life in our democracy. Active adherence to these principles, however, has always been considered un-American. We recipients of the boon of liberty have always been ready, when faced with discomfort, to discard any and all first principles of liberty, and, further, to indict those who do not freely join with us in happily arrogating those principles.”
—David Mamet (b. 1947)