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dart

1
1. a small narrow pointed missile that is thrown or shot, as in the game of darts
2. Zoology a slender pointed structure, as in snails for aiding copulation or in nematodes for penetrating the host's tissues

dart

2
any of various tropical and semitropical marine fish
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Dart

The vertical element shaped like an arrow in between the egg-shaped motif in the egg-and-dart molding.
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dart

[därt]
(invertebrate zoology)
A small sclerotized structure ejected from the dart sac of certain snails into the body of another individual as a stimulant before copulation.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

egg and dart, echinus, egg and anchor, egg and arrow, egg and tongue

egg and dart
An egg-shaped ornament alternating with a dart-like ornament, used to enrich ovolo and echinus moldings and also on bands. In the egg-and-anchor, egg-and-arrow, and egg-and-tongue moldings, the dartlike ornament is varied in form.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Dart

An interpreted programming language for Web applications from Google. Introduced in 2011, Dart was initially intended as an alternate scripting language for JavaScript. Dart is used in Google Ads, and support for Dart was incorporated into Google's cloud. However, it was never added into Google's own Chrome browser, let alone IE or Firefox.

Dartium and dart2js
In addition to cloud programming, Dart can also be used two ways. Dartium is a separate Dart-enabled version of Chrome, and programmers can write in Dart and use dart2js to convert Dart source code to JavaScript. For more information, visit www.dartlang.org. See JavaScript and Google Cloud Platform.
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