from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A vertical structure usually consisting of a base, a cylindrical shaft, and a capital, used as a support or standing alone as a monument.
- noun Any slender vertical support, as of steel or reinforced concrete.
- noun Something resembling an architectural column in form or function.
- noun One of two or more vertical sections of text lying side by side in a document and separated by a rule or a blank space.
- noun An arrangement of numbers in a single vertical line.
- noun A feature article that appears regularly in a publication, such as a newspaper.
- noun A formation, as of troops or vehicles, in which all elements follow one behind the other.
- noun Botany A columnlike structure, especially one formed by the union of a stamen and the style in an orchid flower, or one formed by the united staminal filaments in flowers such as those of the hibiscus or mallow.
- noun Anatomy Any of various tubular or pillarlike supporting structures in the body, each generally having a single tissue origin and function.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A short upright line which separates written or printed words or symbols.
- noun The mast or vertical member of a hoisting apparatus, such as a crane, usually so constructed that no bracing or guys shall be required at the top to resist the bending stresses due to the load.
- noun A solid body of greater length than thickness, standing upright, and generally serving as a support to something resting on its top; a pillar; more specifically, as an architectural term, a cylindrical or slightly tapering or fusiform body, called a shaft, set vertically on a stylobate, or on a congeries of moldings which forms its base, and surmounted by a spreading mass which forms its capital.
- noun Anything resembling a column in shape; any body pressing perpendicularly on its base, and throughout of the same or about the same diameter as its base: as, a column of water, air, or mercury.
- noun In botany, a body formed by the union of filaments with one another, as in
Malvaceæ, or of stamens with the style, as in orchids. See cut under androphore.
- noun In anatomy and zoology, a part or organ likened to a column or pillar; a columna or columella: as, the spinal column; the fleshy columns of the heart.
- noun In Crinoidea, specifically, the stalk or stem of a crinoid.
- noun Milit., a formation of troops narrow in front and extended from front to rear: thus distinguished from a line, which is extended in front and thin in depth.
- noun Nautical, a number of ships following one another.
- noun In printing, one of the typographical divisions of printed matter in two or more vertical rows of lines.
- noun Hence The contents of or the matter printed in such a column, especially in a newspaper: as, the columns of the daily press.
- noun An apparatus used for the fixation of colors upon fabrics by means of steam.
- noun two symmetrically placed tracts of medium-sized nerve-cells of the spinal cord, laterodorsad of the central canal, confined to the thoracic region.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Arch.) A kind of pillar; a cylindrical or polygonal support for a roof, ceiling, statue, etc., somewhat ornamented, and usually composed of base, shaft, and capital. See
- noun Anything resembling, in form or position, a column in architecture; an upright body or mass; a shaft or obelisk.
- noun A body of troops formed in ranks, one behind the other; -- contradistinguished from
line. Compare Ploy, and Deploy.
- noun A small army.
- noun (Naut.) A number of ships so arranged as to follow one another in single or double file or in squadrons; -- in distinction from “line”, where they are side by side.
- noun (Print.) A perpendicular set of lines, not extending across the page, and separated from other matter by a rule or blank space.
- noun (Arith.) A perpendicular line of figures.
- noun (Bot.) The body formed by the union of the stamens in the Mallow family, or of the stamens and pistil in the orchids.
- noun (Print.) one of a series of articles written in a periodical, usually under the same title and at regular intervals; it may be written and signed by one or more authors, or may appear pseudonymously or anonymously, as an editorial column.
- noun See under
Attach, v. t.
- noun See under
Cluster, v. t.
- noun a thin strip of brass separating columns of type in the form, and making a line between them in printing.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A
solid uprightstructure designed usually to supporta larger structure above it, such as a roofor horizontal beam, but sometimes for decoration.
- noun A
verticalline of entries in a table, usually read from topto bottom.
- noun A body of
troopsor army vehicles, usually strung out along a road.
- noun A body of
textmeant to be read lineby line, especially in printed material that has multiple adjacentsuch on a single page.
- noun A unit of
width, especially of advertisements, in a periodical, equivalent to the width of a usual column of text.
- noun by extension A recurring feature in a periodical, especially an
opinionpiece, especially by a single authoror small rotatinggroup of authors, or on a single theme.
- noun Something having similar vertical form or structure to the things mentioned above, such as a
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun (architecture) a tall vertical cylindrical structure standing upright and used to support a structure
- noun anything that approximates the shape of a column or tower
- noun a vertical array of numbers or other information
- noun a line of units following one after another
- noun a vertical glass tube used in column chromatography; a mixture is poured in the top and washed through a stationary substance where components of the mixture are adsorbed selectively to form colored bands
- noun a vertical cylindrical structure standing alone and not supporting anything (such as a monument)
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
The likelihood of the Bills breaking the curse and transforming the win column from a 0 to a 1?
Alyssa Jung: Bills at Ravens Won't Be Great Alyssa Jung 2010
One definite Peretz theme that clangs in column after column is that there are no Arab nations.
The Name column is defined by the base type "Document", Title is defined the the Item content type, Description is from the System Page content type, and Page Content comes from our custom content type.
Site Home Kirk Evans[MSFT] 2011
Jan Freeman, author since 1997 of a word column for the Boston Sunday Globe, produced an excellent annotated version of Bierce's book in 2009.
The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed WARREN CLEMENTS 2011
Remember not to use InsertHiddenColumn () as it will hide the label column and its checkbox.
CListCtrl supports checkboxes for the label column out of the box.
The sequence view got some fixes - some shortcuts where overlapping, the label column now shows cursor and selection and finally the cursor is clamped to now leave the editable area.
Planet GNOME 2009
Recognizes the extended style LVS_EX_INFOTIP, which enables tooltips for the label column
The attraction to a column is the columnist as much as the subject matter, and without a clear handle to lead you to that content, it's easy to fall out of the reading habit, and more difficult to catch up with a "reading binge" when you fall behind.
The rest of the column is the period ending DCA balance.