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auk any of a group of web-footed, short-winged sea birds that live in colder parts of the Northern Hemisphere and are skilled at swimming and diving.
blog shortened from "Web log," an online journal that may be personal or topical, in which the author makes regular entries that appear in reverse chronological order and can be read by the general public. [1/2 definitions]
browser a computer program that locates and displays Web pages; Web browser.
cobweb a web spun by a spider, or a single strand of this web. [1/5 definitions]
dot used to indicate the punctuation mark (.) when it is used in addresses on the World Wide Web. [1/10 definitions]
feather one of the structures forming the plumage of birds, consisting of a hollow, tapering, horny shaft growing from the skin and bearing a web of slender, parallel, interlocked barbs on either side. [1/12 definitions]
fisher spider any of a family of nursery-web spiders that have the ability to skate across and dive beneath the surface of water, also called a dock spider.
gossamer a delicate spider web, esp. one that has become attached to a plant or is floating freely in the air. [1/3 definitions]
gull1 any of a variety of web-toed aquatic birds characterized by long pointed wings, agile flight, and mostly gray and white plumage.
home page the main page of a Web site, often having a table of contents and links to other parts of the Web site.
html abbreviation of "hypertext markup language," a computer language used to create documents on the World Wide Web.
hyperlink text or an image on any web page that, when clicked on, causes another web page or another point on the same page to be displayed on the computer screen.
hypertext markup language a computer language used to create documents on the World Wide Web. (abbr.: html)
lace an openwork fabric made of or trimmed in a web of fine threads. [1/6 definitions]
murre either of two black and white, web-footed diving birds of northern oceans.
nursery-web spider any of the species of spiders, the females of which build a web for their young and stand guard next to it.
page1 a web page. [1/6 definitions]
portal a website that serves as an entry point to the Web or a segment of the Web by offering a range of resources which may include a search engine, topic directories, discussion forums, email, and other services. [1/3 definitions]
server a computer that supplies data and services, such as files, web pages, and peripheral devices, to other computers in a network. [1/4 definitions]
site shortened form of "website," a location on the World Wide Web that includes a home page and related, linked web pages. [1/4 definitions]
spider web a web constructed by spiders to trap prey, made from very fine filaments of silk secreted from their abdomens.