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grok

(grɔk)
tv. to “drink” in a concept or knowledge and assimilate it; to understand something; to appreciate someone or something; to relate to someone or something. I don’t quite grok that. Run it by again, would you?
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a leading provider of energy management applications, as one of its first customers - entering a partnership that couples Numenta's Grok streaming analytics solution with EnerNOC's cloud-based software to create opportunities for demand response and increased ability to detect energy efficiency faults and anomalies.
Importantly, Grok did not do anything to harm anyone in the process of creating or using the net, nor did anyone help him in the process of producing it.
GRoK will be able to use these patented methods on two platform technologies the company is developing.
In the novel, Smith's new religion angers hidebound humans unwilling to grok the goodness of moving beyond traditional families and even traditional property-an unnecessary expedient among true water brothers, who can successfully and unjealously share.
Information on the Web site states: "Today you can grok the Web.
First, and most simply, it's much easier for users to grok 40 nodes than 10,000, so in practice, they start browsing more.
the different orders or levels) can help you to grok GS increasingly
If you don't grok Starship Troopers, Stranger in a Strange Land, The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress, and Time Enough for Love, you just plain can't grok anything.
Standard Media International (San Francisco, GA), publisher of the two-year-old Industry Standard: magazine and a company majority--owned by International Data Group (Framingham), MA), has released the premier issue of The Industry Standard GROK, a "special reports publication designed to focus on key growth sectors in the Internet economy.
One character in "The Jane Austen Book Club" describes the author's novels as chick-lit that most men would enjoy if they gave it a chance; similarly, the film is a "chick flick" guys might well grok if they could be roped in.
Hover the cursor over one and see a text label for the category or file, but to more completely grok the gestalt, size, shape, color and proximity are some of the other ways attributes are marked.
Young adults transmit secret messages of desperately longed-for submission beneath their consciously expressed frustrations and resentments, but can't be counted on to grok that media celebrities are not, you know, real.
And, try as I like, I just don't grok the appeal of those online role-playing games.
387), "I grok that when apes learn to laugh, they'll be people.
I thought the description in The Industry Standard's Media Grok was quite appropriate (http://www.