a treecreeper spidered head first down the tree trunk
Form a pattern suggestive of a spider or its web
An eight-legged predatory arachnid with an unsegmented body consisting of a fused head and thorax and a rounded abdomen. Spiders have fangs that inject poison into their prey, and most kinds spin webs in which to capture insects
Used in names of similar or related arachnids, e.g., sea spider, sun spider
Any object resembling a spider, esp. one having numerous or prominent legs or radiating spokes
A cast-iron iron frying pan, originally made with legs for cooking on coals in a hearth
A long-legged rest for a billiard cue that can be placed over a ball without touching it
predatory arachnid with eight legs, two poison fangs, two feelers, and usually two silk-spinning organs at the back end of the body; they spin silk to make cocoons for eggs or traps for prey
a computer program that prowls the internet looking for publicly accessible resources that can be added to a database; the database can then be searched with a search engine
a skillet made of cast iron
(spidery) arachnoid: relating to or resembling a member of the class Arachnida
Spiders (order Araneae) are air-breathing arthropods that have eight legs, and chelicerae with fangs that inject venom. They are the largest order of arachnids and rank seventh in total species diversity among all other groups of organisms.Sebastin PA & KV Peter (ed). (2009) Spiders of India. ...
Spider were an American rock band from New York. They formed in 1977 and disbanded up in 1984. The band released two studio albums through Dreamland Records in the early 1980s, and scored a few moderate hit singles in the United States. ...
Spider, in comics, may refer to: *The Spider, a pulp character, Richard Wentworth, who has appeared in comic strips and comic books, in particular a number of adaptations for Eclipse Comics by Timothy Truman *The Spider (comics), a British comics character
*The Spider, a number of characters in ...
Spider written as SPIDER (written with a mirrored 'R') is a monthly magazine circulated in Pakistan by the DAWN group of newspapers, focusing on issues related to software/hardware and Internet technologies. ...
The ice cream soda, float (United Kingdom, Canada, United States and East Asia), spider (Australia and New Zealand), brown cow (Hong Kong) or black cow (Brazil) is a beverage that consists of one or more scoops of ice cream in either a soft drink or a mixture of flavored syrup and carbonated ...
Spider is a 2002 psychological thriller directed by David Cronenberg and based on the novel of the same name by Patrick McGrath, who also wrote the screenplay.
Any of various eight-legged, predatory arthropods, of the order Araneae, most of which spin webs to catch prey; A program which follows links on the World Wide Web in order to gather information; A “float”; a drink made by mixing ice-cream and a soda or fizzy drink (such as lemonade); A ...
(Spiders) The main program used by search engines to retrieve web pages to include in their database. See also: Robot.
(Spiders) Computer robot programs, referred to sometimes as "crawlers" or "knowledge-bots" or "knowbots" that are used by search engines to roam the World Wide Web via the Internet, visit sites and databases, and keep the search engine database of web pages up to date.
(Spiders) this is a Search Engine program that travels the internet and indexes web pages by noting keywords and content. They are also called robots or crawlers.
Spiders are search engine robots or bots that crawl web pages on sites to index them and gather the content on the site.
(Spiders) these are the software programmes that crawl the web relentlessly, collecting information about websites for a search engines database.
(SPIDERS) Secondary Prevention of Ischemic Disease by Estrogen Replacement or Statins
(Spiders (SPDR)) SPDR means Standard and Poor’s Depositary and receipt. They are traded under the symbol SPY just like other American stock exchanges.
(Spiders) Are the same thing as robots, and the terms can be used interchangeably.
(Spiders) Not the eight-legged type! Also known as ‘bots’, spiders ‘crawl’ web pages, reading, analysing and filing information found on them. This ‘indexing’ process allows search engines to quickly find relevant pages for any given search query.
(Spiders) One of the terms used to refer to the 'robots' that the search engines use to crawl the world wide web for content. Google's robots/spiders are often referred to as Googlebots.
(Spiders) Pesky eight-legged creatures which are far larger than your average arachnid. They later gain the ability to shoot webs.
(Spiders) Search tools send out small programs that we once called robots but now refer to as spiders, crawlers or 'indexers' - to review and catalogue Web sites and copy text they finds into a database.
(Spiders) Throwing a spider under a cupboard will bring you luck and money. It is good luck to kill a spider with your right hand or foot. Likewise, it is bad luck to kill one with your left hand or foot.
(Spiders) a many legged, cabley thing that breaks circuits out of a mulitcore. If you are feeling more rock n roll, you can call them Fan In and Fan Outs instead.