phonograph record: sound recording consisting of a disk with a continuous groove; used to reproduce music by rotating while a phonograph needle tracks in the groove
disk: something with a round shape resembling a flat circular plate; "the moon's disk hung in a cloudless sky"
magnetic disk: (computer science) a memory device consisting of a flat disk covered with a magnetic coating on which information is stored
DISC is a group of psychological inventories developed by John Geier and others and based on the 1928 work of psychologist William Moulton Marston and the original behavioralist Walter V. Clarke and others.
Disc is an experimental group formed by Miguel Depedro (Kid606), Jason Doerck (J Lesser), M. C. Schmidt and Drew Daniel (Matmos). The group was most active between 1997 and 1999.
A disc is a component of disc galaxies, such as spiral galaxies, or lenticular galaxies.
Disc was a weekly British popular music magazine, published between 1958 and 1975, when it was incorporated into Record Mirror. It was also known for periods as Disc Weekly (1964–1966) and Disc and Music Echo (1966–1972).
In geometry, a disk (also spelt disc) is the region in a plane bounded by a circle.
Disc and disk are the two alternative spellings of the descriptive word for things of a generally thin and circular geometry. These variations are due to the way in which the words originated. The discussion here somewhat focuses on how the word applies to data-storage media. ...
A thin, flat, circular plate or similar object; An intervertebral disc; Something resembling a disc; A vinyl phonograph / gramophone record
(Discs) Circular fossils, such as Ediacaria, Cyclomedusa, and Rugoconites led to the initial identification of Ediacaran fossils as cnidaria, which include jellyfish and corals. ...
(Discs) Another term for the suit in the minor arcana commonly known as the suit of pentacles.
(Discs) Gelatinous plate-shaped protectors that act as shock absorbers for the bones of the spine. Disc-related injuries to the back result from the deformation of the discs, including bulging and rupturing of the discs.
(Discs) Round die made of acrylic or metal with shaped openings for use with extruders
(Discs) markers usually made of pliable plastic used to delineate spaces or locations for particular movements during practice; also known as saucers.
(discs) flattened depressions, usually subcircular, with a smooth or mottled surface, representing the sites of dorso-ventral muscle attachments.
A optical storage media such as CD’s and DVD’s.
The area swept by the blades of the rotor.
Domestic international sales corporation. Discrepancy - Letter of credit - When documents presented do not conform to the letter of credit it is referred to as a discrepancy.
"Pancake" shaped forging (flat with a round cross-section); e.g., a blank for gears, rings and flanged hubs. Abbreviation is "D."
The flat central part of a compound flower. It is made up of short, tubular florets.
Controls all procedures during Continuous Ambulatory Peritoneal Dialysis (CAPD) with a simple turn. Thus operating errors are virtually eliminated.
circular pieces of cushioning tissue situated between each of the spine's vertebrae. Each disc has a strong outer cover and a soft jelly-like filling.
Complex structure composed of nucleus, anulus, cartilaginous end-plates, and vertebral body ring apophyseal attachments of anulus. Note: Most English language publications use the spelling disc more often than disk. ...
The tough, elastic structure that is between the bodies of spinal vertebrae. The disc consists of an outer annulus fibrosus enclosing an inner nucleus pulposus.