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row

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1. Chiefly Brit a street, esp a narrow one lined with identical houses
2. Maths a horizontal linear arrangement of numbers, quantities, or terms, esp in a determinant or matrix
3. a horizontal rank of squares on a chessboard or draughtboard

row

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1. an act, instance, period, or distance of rowing
2. an excursion in a rowing boat

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(computer science)
The characters, or corresponding bits of binary-coded characters, in a computer word.
Equipment which simultaneously processes the bits of a character, the characters of a word, or corresponding bits of binary-coded characters in a word.
Corresponding positions in a group of columns.

row

row

(1) A horizontal set of data or components. In a graph, it is called the "x-axis." Contrast with column.

(2) A group of related and adjacent fields of data about a subject or transaction in a database. A collection of rows makes up a database file (table). Also called a "record" or "tuple." See relational database.


Rows in a Relational Table
In a relational database, rows are also called "records" and "tuples."
References in classic literature ?
In the yells of the whirling mob of Devil's Row children there were notes of joy like songs of triumphant savagery.
He glanced over into the vacant lot in which the little raving boys from Devil's Row seethed about the shrieking and tearful child from Rum Alley.
He approached at the back of one of the most deeply engaged of the Devil's Row children.
The party stood for a moment exchanging vainglorious remarks with Devil's Row.
Ah, we blokies kin lick deh hull damn Row," said a child, swaggering.
Fogg would, according to his daily habit, quit Saville Row, and repair to the Reform.
Passepartout remained alone in the house in Saville Row.
You will have your row in the boat just the same, you know," she said to Maggie when they went out of the breakfast-room and upstairs together; "Philip will be here it half-past ten, and it is a delicious morning.
But at last Stephen, who had been rowing more and more idly, ceased to row, laid down the oars, folded his arms, and looked down on the water as if watching the pace at which the boat glided without his help.
We had all shaken hands cordially, and neither Herbert's eyes nor mine were quite dry, when I saw a four-oared galley shoot out from under the bank but a little way ahead of us, and row out into the same track.
Shape shoulders: At beg of RS rows, BO 3 (3, 4, 4, 5, 5) sts 1 (1, 3, 2, 3, 1) time(s), then BO 4 (4, 0, 5, 0, 6) sts 2 (2, 0, 1, 0, 2) time(s)--no sts rem.