Pad or PAD may refer to:
- Writing pad (disambiguation), a book of paper, or an electronic equivalent
- Sanitary pad, a device worn by a woman during menstruation
- Pad (music), a type of synthesized sound
- Part of a mammal's paw
Other articles related to "pad":
... Cândido Rubens Padín (September 5, 1915 – January 25, 2008) was a Brazilian bishop of the Roman Catholic Church ... Padín was born in São Carlos, Brazil, and was ordained a priest on July 15, 1946 from the religious order of Order of Saint Benedict ... Padín was appointed Auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro as well as Titular Bishop Tremithus, and was ordained a bishop on August 5, 1962 ...
... D-pad In 1982, Nintendo's Gunpei Yokoi elaborated on the idea of a circular pad, shrinking it and altering the points into the familiar modern "cross" design for control of on-screen characters in ... It came to be known as the "D-pad" ... It featured a D-pad, but it was not popular for its time and soon faded ...
... PAD emotional state model, psychological model based on Pleasure, Arousal and Dominance People's Alliance for Democracy, a Thailand political group People's Action for Development, an Indian NGO Peripheral ...
40 metres (130 ft) tall umbilical tower adjacent to rail served movable launch pad measuring 10 by 13 metres (33 by 43 ft) ... The launch pad sits towards the western end of a large concrete area in which a pair of rails is laid ... When a rocket is on the pad it would be sitting next to the tower on the north side ...
... The ASP developed and maintain the Portable Application Description (PAD) format used to allow software authors to provide product descriptions and specifications to online sources in a standard way ... The PAD file specification is currently utilized by over 40,000 software publishers and a 1000+ PAD supported software catalog websites ... The PAD system is popular because web sites can pull updated data from a single file stored on a the software author's site ...
Famous quotes containing the word pad:
“Is not disease the rule of existence? There is not a lily pad floating on the river but has been riddled by insects. Almost every shrub and tree has its gall, oftentimes esteemed its chief ornament and hardly to be distinguished from the fruit. If misery loves company, misery has company enough. Now, at midsummer, find me a perfect leaf or fruit.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“I have known the inexorable sadness of pencils,
Neat in their boxes, dolor of pad and paper-weight,
All the misery of manilla folders and mucilage,
Desolation in immaculate public places,”
—Theodore Roethke (19081963)