Some articles on set, set up:
... An instruction set, or instruction set architecture (ISA), is the part of the computer architecture related to programming, including the native data ... 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 set ...
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 ...
... The crew then pack up inflation equipment and follow the balloon with the retrieve vehicle (also called a chase vehicle). ...
... Set the character wheels to the correct number (see below the mystery you are playing for the numbers for each wheel) ...
More definitions of "set up":
- (verb): Get ready for a particular purpose or event.
Example: "Set up an experiment"
Synonyms: lay out, set
- (verb): Take or catch as if in a snare or trap.
Example: "I was set up!"
Synonyms: ensnare, entrap, frame
- (verb): Produce.
Example: "The scientists set up a shockwave"
Synonyms: effect, effectuate, bring about
- (verb): Arrange the outcome of by means of deceit.
- (verb): Begin, or enable someone else to begin, a venture by providing the means, logistics, etc..
Example: "Set up an election"
- (verb): Erect and fasten.
- (verb): Arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events, etc..
Example: "Set up one's life"
Synonyms: arrange, put, order
- (verb): Make by putting pieces together.
Synonyms: assemble, piece, put together, tack, tack together
- (verb): Put into a proper or systematic order.
- (adj): Well established and ready to function.
Example: "Things I can do now that I'm set up"
Famous quotes containing the word set:
“Please do not take counsel of women who are so prejudiced that, as I once heard said, they would not allow a male grasshopper to chirp on their lawn; but out of your own great heart, refuse to set an example to such folly.”
—Frances E. Willard (18391898)
“It is not unkind to say, from the standpoint of scenery alone, that if many, and indeed most, of our American national parks were to be set down on the continent of Europe thousands of Americans would journey all the way across the ocean in order to see their beauties.”
—Franklin D. Roosevelt (18821945)