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´╗┐Definitions
of
track
on
the
Web:
*
path:
a
line
or
route
along
which
something
travels
or
moves;
"the
hurricane
demolished
houses
in
its
path";
"the
track
of
an
animal";
"the
course
of
the
river"
*
lead:
evidence
pointing
to
a
possible
solution;
"the
police
are
following
a
promising
lead";
"the
trail
led
straight
to
the
perpetrator"
*
a
pair
of
parallel
rails
providing
a
runway
for
wheels
*
racetrack:
a
course
over
which
races
are
run
*
cut:
a
distinct
selection
of
music
from
a
recording
or
a
compact
disc;
"he
played
the
first
cut
on
the
cd";
"the
title
track
of
the
album"
*
an
endless
metal
belt
on
which
tracked
vehicles
move
over
the
ground
*
(computer
science)
one
of
the
circular
magnetic
paths
on
a
magnetic
disk
that
serve
as
a
guide
for
writing
and
reading
data
*
carry
on
the
feet
and
deposit;
"track
mud
into
the
house"
*
a
groove
on
a
phonograph
recording
*
observe
or
plot
the
moving
path
of
something;
"track
a
missile"
*
a
bar
or
pair
of
parallel
bars
of
rolled
steel
making
the
railway
along
which
railroad
cars
or
other
vehicles
can
roll
*
chase:
go
after
with
the
intent
to
catch;
"The
policeman
chased
the
mugger
down
the
alley";
"the
dog
chased
the
rabbit"
*
any
road
or
path
affording
passage
especially
a
rough
one
*
traverse:
travel
across
or
pass
over;
"The
caravan
covered
almost
100
miles
each
day"
*
make
tracks
upon
*
the
act
of
participating
in
an
athletic
competition
involving
running
on
a
track
wordnet.princeton.edu/pe
*
The
part
of
a
disk
platter
which
passes
under
one
read-write
head
while
the
head
is
stationary
but
the
disk
is
spinning.
Each
track
is
divided
into
sectors,
and
a
vertical
collection
of
tracks
is
a
cylinder
howtos.linux.com/guides/
*
The
path
in
a
magnetic
surface
that
actually
holds
the
recorded
data.
On
a
disk
platter,
the
tracks
are
circles,
one
inside
of
the
other.
On
a
tape,
the
tracks
are
parallel
stripes
that
run
the
length
of
the
tape.
www.micro2000uk.co.uk/ha
*
(what
direction
are
they
headed
in,
or
are
they
stationary)
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ca
*
This
is
the
smallest
division
on
DVD-Audio
Video
CDs,
and
CDs
and
usually
equates
to
a
single
song.
shop.store.yahoo.com/cfs
*
An
audio
or
video
component
of
a
QuickTime
movie.
www.bu.edu/webcentral/le
*
Path
to
the
pins
created
by
many
balls
rolled
in
the
same
general
area.
www.eleventhframe.com/bo
*
U-shaped
piece
of
metal
that
keeps
the
sliding
seat
wheels
on
a
straight
path.
Each
slide
has
two
tracks.
www.lakebrantleycrew.com
*
rolling
the
camera
on
a
specially
designed
trolley
that
runs
on
tracks
www.waikato.ac.nz/film/h
*
A
horizontal
band
across
the
time
line
window
that
graphically
represents
a
series
of
clips
in
your
program.
The
time
line
window
has
multiple
tracks
containing
different
types
of
media.
www.digitalpostproductio
*
the
record
of
the
path
of
the
trajectory
of
a
particle
in
the
detector.
hep.uchicago.edu/cdf/cdf
*
The
lateral
distance
between
the
centers
of
the
front
or
rear
tires
at
points
where
contact
with
road
surface
is
made.
www.fordvehicles.com/hel
*
A
time-based
representation
of
an
object
as
it
appears
in
the
Sequencer
window.
Each
timebar
represents
a
track.
MovieWorks
can
display
up
to
37
tracks
and
up
to
15
minutes
per
Scene
without
scrolling
(at
1024
x
768
monitor
resolution).
www.movieworks.com/educa
*
A
sequence
of
related
programming
events
held
sequentially,
usually
in
the
same
room.
The
term
is
used
when
such
"tracks"
occur
in
parallel
with
one
or
more
other
such
sequences,
which
are
then
known
as
alternate
tracks.
(KR)
www.smithway.org/fstuff/
*
To
assume
a
body
position
that
creates
a
high
forward
speed.
Used
to
approach
or
depart
from
other
skydivers
in
freefall.
grove.ufl.edu/~blueskys/
*
(Disk)
Concentric
circles
where
the
data
is
stored,
divided
into
sectors.
(Tape)
The
tracks
of
the
tape
prepared
for
storage
of
data,
divided
into
blocks.
See
format.
www.dataleach.com/resour
*
to
follow
the
development
of
a
project
even
if
it
is
not
owned
by
the
individual
watching
its
progress.
www.scriptsales.com/DDFu
*
A
piece
of
music
intended
for
background
use
on
a
Production
www.pmamusic.com/frontdo
*
Single
component
or
channel
of
a
soundtrack.
www.teako170.com/glossar
*
A
collection
of
points
that
show
the
path
travelled.
www.maps-gps-info.com/ma
*
When
a
disk
is
low-level
formatted,
it's
divided
into
concentric
circles
called
tracks.
When
a
disk
is
spinning,
the
area
directly
under
the
stationary
read/write
head
is
a
Track.
www.pccomputernotes.com/
*
This
is
the
eight
lane
course
that
races
are
run
on
in
an
anti-clockwise
direction
news.bbc.co.uk/sportacad
*
AU
shaped
member
used
for
applications
such
as
top
and
bottom
track
for
walls
and
rim
track
for
floor
joists.
www.excalibursteel.com/g
*
1:
A
location
for
storing
recorded
information
in
a
SEQUENCER
or
on
a
multitrack
tape.
In
a
sequencer,
a
track
typically
holds
one
MIDI
CHANNEL's
worth
of
notes.
2:
A
verb
synonymous
with
record.
For
example,
the
phrase
to
track
drums
means
the
same
as
the
phrase
to
record
drums.
emusician.com/mag/emusic
*
The
black
lines
on
the
coloured
tiles
(yellow,
green,
brown,
and
grey)
laid
on
the
map
represent
the
railroad
track
laid
by
the
railways.
www3.bc.sympatico.ca/wrd
*
Data
on
the
disk
media
is
accessed
by
combination
of
track
and
sector
numbers.
Tracks
form
concentric
rings
on
the
disk;
the
standard
IBM
single-density
disks
have
77
tracks.
Each
track
consists
of
a
fixed
number
of
numbered
sectors.
Tracks
are
numbered
from
zero
to
one
less
than
the
number
of
tracks
on
the
disk.
www.iso.port.ac.uk/~mike

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