feedbox

feedbox

(ˈfiːdˌbɒks)
n
(Agriculture) a box or other container, for example a trough, to hold fodder

feed•box

(ˈfidˌbɒks)

n.
a box for animal feed.
[1830–40, Amer.]
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The application, Feedbox, has been created alongside classmate Rukshar Neyaz under the mentorship of assistant professor of computer science Behrang Mohit.
The Feedbox application allows for the polling of how people are feeling about something at any given moment in time.
Although Feedbox is still in the testing phase, it is essentially an application that facilitates the automatic search of hashtags to grab live tweets from the Internet.
Explaining how Feedbox could be applicable to the business world, bin Wasi said: "If I am the head of marketing at Apple, for instance, and I want to know how my new product is being received in the market, Feedbox can analyse people's tweets to essentially give a summary of public sentiment about the product.
The update is extremely quick and cost-effective in that our customers keep their original mount and simply update with a new reflector and feedbox during their standard maintenance window.
I explained that, with 40 small children listening to the Nativity story on Christmas Eve, a dancing Angel Gabriel would wave the star over the heads of actors portraying Mary, Joseph and shepherds, as well as the little Jesus doll posed in the feedbox of straw.
With no flimsy ammo strip, awkward side-mounted feedbox or trailing ammo belt, the Lewis could be grabbed up and fired from the hip during trench-to-trench assaults, delivering suppressive fire on the defenders.
The feedbox and discharge spouts of the screen are protected with Metso's Trellex modular wear and impact resistance rubber linings.
Anna meantime had brought blankets and folded them small, and with them she had made a little nest in the feedbox cut into the limestone at the head of the end stall, where they were all gathered.
During the Reagan years, conservative intellectuals turned their attention to the Endowments, which they saw as the federal feedbox for liberalism.