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hash

[hash]
(computer science)
Data which are obviously meaningless, caused by human mistakes or computer malfunction. Also known as garbage; gibberish.
(electricity)
Electric noise produced by the contacts of a vibrator or by the brushes of a generator or motor.
(electronics)

hash

(character)

hash

(programming)

hash

(3)
The preferred term for a Perl associative array.

hash

(1) The number sign (#). See hashtag and number sign.

(2) See hash value, hash total and cryptographic hash function.
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Running between the right hashmarks and the sideline, Day crosses the 15, three Bears converging.
Instead there should only be hashmarks or dots along the horizontal crosshair, for more precise wind-holds.
The Bruins are in the I-formation, Harris behind fullback Ed Ieremia-Stansbury; they center the ball from the left hashmark and run right, toward the wide side of the field.
After the turret's turned to the stop-point, it can then be turned back up a few clicks to the zero hashmark on the turret.
The adjustments turrets don't sit right out there, ready to twirl, but underneath the caps the turrets have hashmarks indicating one click each.
They align anywhere between the 20 and 25-yard lines, depending upon the kicker's leg, two yards outside the hashmark.
After sighting in, I put some steel down range to test the hashmark application.
The next range outing was to find the distance zero of each hashmark (bar) in the Weaver scope.
One thing neither of them mentioned that I know they appreciate is the mil/ mil turret and the mil hashmark.
Features include a Deploy MOA reticle offering 1-MOA windage and elevation hashmarks, locking turrets and tool-less zero reset.
Engage riflescopes feature a new look, upgraded features and a brand new Deploy MOA reticle that offers 1-MOA windage and elevation hashmarks.
While not a true BDC reticle, the scope features hashmarks that can be used to estimate distance.