Stride


Stride

Stride can stand for:
* STRIDE (MALAYSIA),Science And Technology Research Institute For Defence
* A step (ie. part of walking)
* In music:
** STRIDE - An indie rock n roll band from North East Scotland
** Stride (music), a type of piano playing
** Stride (band), an American Progressive metal band
** "Stride," a song by Canadian musician Hayden from his 1996 EP "Moving Careful"
** "Stride", a song by Avail from their 1992 album "Satiate"
* In computing:
** Stride of an array, in computer programming
** Stride scheduling, a soft real-time scheduling algorithm.
** STRIDE (security), Spoofing, Tampering, Repudiation, Information disclosure, Denial of service, Elevation of privilege
* STRIDE (protein), algorithm for Structural identification of the secondary structures of proteins
* Stride (gum), a chewing gum produced by Cadbury Adams
* Strides, a British slang term for trousers
* System to Retrieve Information from Drug Evidence, a United States Drug Enforcement Agency database used to track the prices of drugs obtained in sting operations


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  • stride — stride …   The Old English to English

  • stride — stride …   English to the Old English

  • Stride — bezeichnet: Stride Piano oder Ragtime Stride, einen Musikstil Stride ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Elizabeth Stride (1843–1888), britische Prostituierte und Opfer des Serienmörders „Jack the Ripper“ …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • stride — ► VERB (past strode; past part. stridden) 1) walk with long, decisive steps. 2) (stride across/over) cross (an obstacle) with one long step. ► NOUN 1) a long, decisive step. 2) the length of a step or manne …   English terms dictionary

  • stride — [strīd] vi. strode, stridden, striding [ME striden < OE stridan, akin to Ger streiten, to quarrel < IE * streidh < base * (s)ter , to be stiff, rigid > STARE, STARVE] 1. to walk with long steps, esp. in a vigorous or swaggering manner …   English World dictionary

  • Stride — Stride, v. t. 1. To pass over at a step; to step over. A debtor that not dares to stride a limit. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. To straddle; to bestride. [1913 Webster] I mean to stride your steed. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Stride — Stride, v. t. [imp. {Strode}(Obs. {Strid}); p. p. {Stridden}(Obs. {Strid}); p. pr. & vb. n. {Striding}.] [AS. str[=i]dan to stride, to strive; akin to LG. striden, OFries. str[=i]da to strive, D. strijden to strive, to contend, G. streiten, OHG.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Stride — Stride, n. The act of stridding; a long step; the space measured by a long step; as, a masculine stride. Pope. [1913 Webster] God never meant that man should scale the heavens By strides of human wisdom. Cowper. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • stride — ● stride nom masculin (anglais stride, enjambée) Style de piano issu du ragtime, caractérisé par l alternance à la main gauche d une note basse sur les temps forts et d un accord plaqué sur les temps faibles …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Stride — (engl., spr. ßtraid , »weiter Schritt«), Ausgriff eines Pferdes, besonders bei Rennpferden die Weite des Galoppsprunges, die Räumigkeit der Bewegung; ein Pferd mit gutem S. deckt mit jedem Sprung viel Terrain …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon