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Noun
/ˈskafəldiNG/,/-ˌfōl-/,
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scaffoldings, plural;
  1. A temporary structure on the outside of a building, made usually of wooden planks and metal poles, used by workers while building, repairing, or cleaning the building

  2. The materials used in such a structure


  1. a system of scaffolds
  2. (scaffold) a platform from which criminals are executed (hanged or beheaded)
  3. (scaffold) provide with a scaffold for support; "scaffold the building before painting it"
  4. (scaffold) a temporary arrangement erected around a building for convenience of workers
  5. Scaffolding is a temporary structure used to support people and material in the construction or repair of buildings and other large structures. It is usually a modular system of metal pipes or tubes, although it can be made out of other materials. ...
  6. (Scaffold (programming)) Scaffolding is a meta-programming method of building database-backed software applications. It is a technique supported by some model-view-controller frameworks, in which the programmer may write a specification that describes how the application database may be used. ...
  7. (The Scaffold) The Scaffold were a comedy, poetry and music trio from Liverpool, England, consisting of Mike McGear (real name Peter Michael McCartney, the brother of Paul McCartney), Roger McGough and John Gorman.
  8. (The Scaffold (song)) "The Scaffold" is a song by Elton John with lyrics by Bernie Taupin. It is the seventh track off his first album, Empty Sky.
  9. (Scaffold) In genomic mapping, a series of contigs that are in the right order but not necessarily connected in one continuous stretch of sequence.
  10. (scaffold) The nuclear structure observed when histones are experimentally removed from chromosomes. Thought to represent a structural component of the nucleus and of chromosome.
  11. (Scaffold) "aka Industrial is the name given to 2 ear rim piercings with a long Barbell linking the 2 together. Placement can be a matter of choice and anatomically suited. Correct alignment is necessary so the piercings aren't distorted when the barbell is worn. ...
  12. (Scaffold) A temporary platform on metal framing built to assist workers to reach higher places.
  13. (Scaffold) Core portion of a molecule common to all members of a combinatorial library.
  14. (Scaffold) Defined as a temporary elevated platform which is supported or suspended, including its supporting system and points of anchorage, and which is used for supporting an employee or materials, or both.
  15. (Scaffold) Portable metal stands with diagonal braces, which creates a platform the plasterer stands on to reach high areas.
  16. (Scaffold) Supercontigs or scaffolds are sets of ordered, oriented contigs. They are longer sequences than contigs, but shorter than full chromosomes.
  17. (Scaffold) Temporary elevated structure for the support of plank footing and platforms as aids to workmen.
  18. (Scaffold) Temporary platform, made of wood or iron where planks are placed to ease construction when performing tasks at height above the ground.
  19. (Scaffold) The result of connecting contigs by linking information, such as paired-end reads from plasmids, paired-end reads from BACs, known mRNAs, or other sources. The contigs in a scaffold are ordered and oriented with respect to one another.
  20. (Scaffold) This is what the tower at the top of the jumping hill is called. The skiers take an elevator to the top of the tower (scaffold) and this is where the skiers step into the jumping hill to start their run.
  21. (Scaffold) To dream of a scaffold, denotes that you will undergo keen disappointment in failing to secure the object of your affection. To ascend one, you will be misunderstood and censured by your friends for some action, which you never committed. ...
  22. (Scaffold) the educators’ decisions and actions that build on children’s existing knowledge and skills to enhance their learning.
  23. (scaffold [n]) An elevated wooden platform sometimes used by American Indians as a structure for temporarily holding human remains prior to burial.
  24. (scaffold) A project template that helps users get started writing a Pyramid application quickly. Scaffolds are usually used via the paster create command.
  25. (scaffold) movable platform supported by frame or suspended by ropes to support workers and materials above ground.