Some articles on set:
... Quake 4 is set in the year 2245, as stated in the USS Hannibal's terminals ... StarQuest Online is set around 2216 ... Aliens versus Predator 2, a computer game, is set between November 23, 2230 and January 7, 2231 ...
... The basic boxed set was renamed "Alpha Dawn" after the expansions began publication ... It included two ten-sided dice, a large set of cardboard counters, and a folding map with a futuristic city on one side and various wilderness areas on the other for use with the ... A second boxed set called "Knight Hawks" followed shortly ...
... engines as well as some early luxury cars have had dual-plugged systems with one set of plugs fired by a magneto, and the other set wired to a coil, dynamo, and battery circuit ... systems have almost always had a timing advance system which can set the timing to the best setting for the speed the engine is turning, improving power output and fuel ...
... An instruction set, or instruction set architecture (ISA), is the part of the computer architecture related to programming, including the native data types, instructions, registers, addressing ... An ISA includes a specification of the set of opcodes (machine language), and the native commands implemented by a particular processor ... Instruction set architecture is distinguished from the microarchitecture, which is the set of processor design techniques used to implement the instruction ...
221-1 and 237-1 (ex-set E1, later F30) at Sendai General Shinkansen Depot 215-1, 222-1, 226-1 (all ex-set E1, later F30), and 249-5 (ex-set H5) stored outdoors at Sendai General Shinkansen Depot, but all cut up in ...
More definitions of "set":
- (noun): A unit of play in tennis or squash.
Example: "They played two sets of tennis after dinner"
- (verb): Establish as the highest level or best performance.
Example: "Set a record"
- (noun): A group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used.
Example: "A set of books"; "a set of golf clubs"; "a set of teeth"
- (noun): (psychology) a temporary readiness to respond in a particular way.
Example: "The subjects' set led them to solve problems the familiar way and to overlook the simpler solution"; "his instructions deliberately gave them the wrong set"
- (adj): Determined or decided upon as by an authority.
Example: "The time set for the launching"
Synonyms: determined, dictated
- (verb): Put or set (seeds or seedlings) into the ground.
- (adj): Situated in a particular spot or position.
Example: "A house set on a hilltop"
Synonyms: located, placed, situated
- (adj): Being below the horizon.
Example: "The moon is set"
- (verb): Put into a certain state; cause to be in a certain state.
Example: "Set the house afire"
- (noun): Representation consisting of the scenery and other properties used to identify the location of a dramatic production.
Synonyms: stage set
- (noun): The process of becoming hard or solid by cooling or drying or crystallization.
Example: "He tested the set of the glue"
Synonyms: hardening, solidifying, solidification, curing
- (adj): Fixed and unmoving.
Example: "With eyes set in a fixed glassy stare"; "his bearded face already has a set hollow look"- Connor Cruise O'Brien
Synonyms: fixed, rigid
- (verb): Fix in a border.
Example: "The goldsmith set the diamond"
- (noun): Any electronic equipment that receives or transmits radio or tv signals.
Example: "The early sets ran on storage batteries"
- (verb): Bear fruit.
- (verb): Fix conclusively or authoritatively.
Example: "Set the rules"
- (noun): (mathematics) an abstract collection of numbers or symbols.
Example: "The set of prime numbers is infinite"
- (adj): Converted to solid form (as concrete).
- (verb): Give a fine, sharp edge to a knife or razor.
- (verb): Set to a certain position or cause to operate correctly.
Example: "Set clocks or instruments"
- (noun): The act of putting something in position.
Example: "He gave a final set to his hat"
- (verb): Alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard.
Synonyms: adjust, correct
- (noun): The descent of a heavenly body below the horizon.
Example: "Before the set of sun"
- (noun): A relatively permanent inclination to react in a particular way.
Example: "The set of his mind was obvious"
- (noun): Evil beast-headed Egyptian god with high square ears and a long snout; brother and murderer of Osiris.
- (verb): Get ready for a particular purpose or event.
Example: "Set up an experiment"; "set the table"
Synonyms: set up, lay out
- (verb): Apply or start.
Example: "Set fire to a building"
- (adj): (usually followed by 'to' or 'for') on the point of or strongly disposed.
Example: "We are set to go at any time"
Synonyms: fit, primed
- (verb): Insert (a nail or screw below the surface, as into a countersink).
- (verb): Put into a certain place or abstract location.
Example: "Set the tray down"; "Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"
Synonyms: put, place, pose, position, lay
- (verb): Put into a position that will restore a normal state.
Example: "Set a broken bone"
- (noun): An unofficial association of people or groups.
Example: "The smart set goes there"
Synonyms: circle, band, lot
- (verb): Make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc.
Synonyms: fix, prepare, set up, ready, gear up
- (adj): .
Example: "Set down according to a plan:"a carefully laid table with places set for four people"
- (verb): Urge a dog to attack someone.
- (verb): Adapt for performance in a different way.
Example: "Set this poem to music"
Famous quotes containing the word set:
“No annual training or muster of soldiery, no celebration with its scarfs and banners, could import into the town a hundredth part of the annual splendor of our October. We have only to set the trees, or let them stand, and Nature will find the colored drapery,flags of all her nations, some of whose private signals hardly the botanist can read,while we walk under the triumphal arches of the elms.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“yes, set fire to frostbitten crops,
drag out forgotten fruit
to dance the flame-tango,
to live after all....”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“The splendor falls on castle walls
And snowy summits old in story;
The long light shakes across the lakes,
And the wild cataract leaps in glory.
Blow, bugle, blow, set the wild echoes flying,
Blow, bugle; answer, echoes, dying, dying, dying.”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)