What is tablet?

  • (noun): A dose of medicine in the form of a small pellet.
    Synonyms: pill, lozenge, tab
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on tablet:

Tablet - Other Uses
... Tablet (confectionery), a medium-hard, sugary dessert from Scotland Tableting, a confectionery manufacturing process Tyers Electric Train Tablet, a system of controlling ...
Sensacell - See Also
... Graphics tablet Graphics tablet-screen hybrid Multi-touch Tablet PC Touchpad Touchscreen ...
Strong-Cobb Unit - List of Common Hardness Testers
... The tablet is placed on the lower plunger, and the upper plunger is lowered onto it ... The Pfizer tester compresses tablet between a holding anvil and a piston connected to a force-reading gauge when its plier-like handles are gripped ... Erweka tester tests a tablet placed on the lower anvil and a weight moving along a rail transmits pressure slowly to the tablet ...
Lincoln Memorial Tower - Architecture and Design
... the coffin of preacher Rowland Hill was re-located from Surrey Chapel, with a tablet inset into the interior wall above ... There was another tablet in memory of his successor, James Sherman, with a still larger tablet giving the name and purpose of the tower – to commemorate emancipation by the martyred Lincoln, the ...
Sumerian Farmer's Almanac - Tablet
... The farmer's almanac is a small clay tablet of 3 inches (7.6 cm) by 4.5 inches (11 cm) with an inscription that is more than 3,500 years old ... The tablet had to be completely restored as it was in poor condition when discovered ... The "Nippur tablet" has 35 lines of text and is part of the middle of the complete overall document ...

More definitions of "tablet":

  • (noun): A number of sheets of paper fastened together along one edge.
    Synonyms: pad, pad of paper
  • (noun): A small flat compressed cake of some substance.
    Example: "A tablet of soap"
  • (noun): A slab of stone or wood suitable for bearing an inscription.

Famous quotes containing the word tablet:

    The eyes, opening and shutting like keyholes
    and never forgetting, recording by thousands,
    the skull with its brains like eels
    the tablet of the world
    the bones and their joints
    that build and break for any trick....
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    As man, as beast, as an ephemeral fly begets, Godhead begets Godhead,
    For things below are copies, the Great Smaragdine Tablet said.
    Yet all must copy copies, all increase their kind....
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)