cobweb


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cobweb

1. a web spun by certain spiders, esp those of the family Theridiidae, often found in the corners of disused rooms
2. a single thread of such a web

CobWeb

(1) A Web page that has not been updated in a long time.

(2) A Web page that is rarely downloaded because the references to it are obscure or the subject is simply uninteresting.
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COBWEB will demonstrate the use of semantics, quality assurance and different serialisations to make the data comprehensible.
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This wasn't the case with Operation Cobweb and everyone involved with making it such a success deserves great credit for their efforts.
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A key objective of this cobweb model is to depict the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's assessment of financial stability in a single diagram that will enable better communication of the main risks facing New Zealand's financial system.
Geeske finds not so much a healing of her own broken self as a revelation that the suffocating cobweb of living has entrapped them all.