Arrays on Tables

 

HP-Table array table
plural arrays tables
Etymology From Middle English arrayen, from Anglo-Norman arraier (compare Old French arraier, areer ‎(“to put in order”‎)), from Medieval Latin arrēdō ‎(“to put in order, arrange, array”‎), from Medieval Latin *rēdum ‎(“preparation, order”‎), from Frankish *reida ‎(“preparation, order”‎) or Gothic ‎(garaids, “ready, prepared”‎), from Proto-Germanic *raidaz, *raidiz ‎(“ready”‎), from Proto-Indo-European *reydʰ- ‎(“to put in order, ease, make comfortable”‎). Cognate with Old High German gireiti ‎(“preparation”‎),
Old Frisian rēde ‎(“ready”‎), Old English ġerǣde ‎(“preparation, equipment”‎).
More at ready.
From Middle English table, tabel, tabil, tabul, from Old English tabele, tabul, tablu, tabule, tabula ‎(“board”‎); also as tæfl, tæfel, an early Germanic borrowing of Latin tabula ‎(“tablet, board, plank, chart”‎). The sense of "piece of furniture with the flat top and legs" is from Old French table, of same Latin origin; Old English used bord instead for this meaning (see board).
Usage notes ●Clothing and ornamentation, To clothe and ornament; to adorn or attire , finest robes and jewels(robe and jewel)
●Furnising to furnish, furnishes Furniture, fittings, and other detachable accessories
A portion of longer hair within the coat of a dog, rabbit, etc.
●Old French, A large collection, from Latin collēctiō, collēctiōnem.
to view(to see, vewe veue vue veoir boi) collec collectionner collectionneur
collectionnite, collecte collecter cueillette cueillir

●Order; a regular and imposing arrangement; disposition in regular lines; hence, order of battle.
●Mathematics Common name for matrix.
●Stracture Element
Any of various data structures designed to hold multiple elements of the same type; especially, data memory stockages (stockage)
Glycosides Microarrays
Microarray(Micro-Glycoside glycoarrays)
organic chemistry, biochemistry) A molecule in which a sugar group (the glycone glycoarray) is bound to a non-sugar group (the corresponding aglycone) by a nitrogen or oxygen atom. Glycosides yield a sugar after undergoing hydrolysis.
●Furniture with a top surface to accommodate a variety of uses.
●A two-dimensional presentation of data、Multiplications in a multiplication, A lookup table, most often a set of vectors.Computing, chiefly databases
Computing Grids lines maps areas patterns (Numenical Grid line map area pattern, supergrid, gridlock)
●Electronics, The third (or higher) electrode of a vacuum tube (triode or higher).
●Sports, A visual representation of a classification of teams or individuals based on their success over a predetermined period, for examples Table Teniss,
●Music, The top of a stringed instrument, particularly a member of the violin family: the side of the instrument against which the strings vibrate.
●Boards Games, Board Game.

 

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