Implements may refer to:

  • Implements (Java), a keyword in Java and related programming languages
  • Writing implements
  • Tools

Other articles related to "implements, implement":

Birhor People - Settlement
... The household possessions traditionally consisted of earthen utensils, some digging implements, implements for hunting and trapping, rope making implements, baskets and so on ...
Micro Transport Protocol - Development
... The first free software client to implement µTP was KTorrent 4.0 ... libtorrent implements µTP since version 0.16.0 and it's used in qBittorrent since 2.8.0 ... Tixati implements µTP since version 1.72 ...
Mikrophonie (Stockhausen) - Mikrophonie I
... Mikrophonie I two percussionists play a large tam-tam with a variety of implements ... exciting the tamtam with a great variety of implements – of glass, cardboard, metal, wood, rubber, plastic – that I collected from around the house, and connected a ... the other would do I used some of the implements that lay to hand as the mood took me, and at the same time I probed the surface of the tamtam with the ...
Pre-Columbian Ecuador - Implements
... stone objects were found which were undoubtedly implements ... in many localities, and have evidently been amongst the most common and generally used implements during the Equatorial Stone Age ... A large number of implements in stone were obtained, from which selections are given in the illustration with a black background ...

Famous quotes containing the word implements:

    As I drew a still fresher soil about the rows with my hoe, I disturbed the ashes of unchronicled nations who in primeval years lived under these heavens, and their small implements of war and hunting were brought to the light of this modern day.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The study of tools as well as of books should have a place in the public schools. Tools, machinery, and the implements of the farm should be made familiar to every boy, and suitable industrial education should be furnished for every girl.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    I cut my teeth as the black raccoon—
    For implements of battle.
    Countee Cullen (1903–1946)