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Some articles on frames, frame:

Frame Technology (software Engineering) - Frames - Component Relationships
... Invoke sets up component relationships among frames ... The overall component structure forms a generic semilattice, with each frame being the root of a subassembly ...
TVPaint - Workflow
... with various tools to edit multiple (bitmap/vector) frames simultaneously (in the case of applying effects or for cutting/X-Sheet purposes) or in rapid succession ... animation while working on individual frames to help the user feel the movement of the animation ... There is also a function called a 'Light Table' which allows a user to see superimposed frames before and after the current frame ...
Frame Technology (software Engineering) - Frame Engineering
... Frame engineering applies software engineering to a frame technology environment ... This includes domain analysis, designing, writing, testing, and co-evolving frames along with the systems they construct ... Bottom–up, frame engineers typically create frames by unifying and parameterizing groups of similar program elements (of any granularity, from text ...
Pocket-hole Joinery - Applications
... Aprons Beveled corners Curves Edge banding Edge joining Euro-style cabinets Face frames Cabinet frames Leg rails Picture frames Stairs Window jambs ...
NZR V Class - Introduction
... They had inside frames and journals on both pony trucks ... The locomotives had one weakness in their frames, just behind the cylinders ... would break this occurred when the Branxholme locomotives were dumped, thus rendering their frames beyond repair ...

Famous quotes containing the word frames:

    For laughter frames the lips of death—
    Death frames the Singer and the Song.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    In frames as large as rooms that face all ways
    And block the ends of streets with giant loaves,
    Screen graves with custard, cover slums with praise
    Of motor-oil and cuts of salmon, shine
    Perpetually these sharply-pictured groves
    Of how life should be.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    The bird would cease and be as other birds
    But that he knows in singing not to sing.
    The question that he frames in all but words
    Is what to make of a diminished thing.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)