Asterisk

(redirected from splat)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Asterisk

A character indicating the existence of a footnote or that some other information is available. This may be used, for example, on a financial statement. Its symbol is *.
References in periodicals archive ?
We're releasing the first generation splat product as a free download to open people's eyes to the possibilities of a new paradigm and get feedback on what advanced capabilities we should include in our next generation products and services.
Clare Norman, of SPLAT, said: "We are very grateful to the team at the Slaithwaite branch and Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation in getting our garden project off the ground.
The scheme provides 90 minutes of free care at The Splat Centre on Whitley Road, between Tuesdays and Fridays, for children aged three months to 12 years old.
molesta was evaluated in apple orchard using the flowable pheromone formulations, SPLAT Grafo+Bona (SG+B), SPLAT Attract and Kill Grafo+Bona (SAKG+B), and compared with the standard insecticides used for management in the Integrated Apple Production (IAP) system.
This would mean that part of our moon may actually be made of a smaller moon that went SPLAT," says Asphaug.
2009b), and the use of SPLAT (Specialized Pheromone and Lure Application Technology) Male Annihilation Treatment (MAT) containing either ME or C-L (Vargas et al.
MY WEEK Punting high For 50p, glory on the Splat The Rat stall at the Lillingstone Lovell Rural Fair.
SPLAT took form by bringing together individuals from all over the state whose knowledge and enthusiasm for new technologies was well known.
Paint Splat Wall Sticker Set, pounds 18, Spin Collective
Members of the group, known as SPLAT, don't have to be from Shrewsbury, though most live and/or go to school in town, according to Mr.
A crunchy, chewy splat shaped biscuit and cereal snack (including crisped rice and oats).
Button's Foods has launched the latest offspring of its iconic Jammie Dodgers biscuit brand--the uniquely deformed Splat Snacks.