intent

  • 41intent — in·tent || ɪn tent n. plan, goal, aim, objective; meaning, intention, significance adj. concentrated, fixed, focused; determined, resolute; purposeful …

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  • 42intent — I. a. 1. Eager, earnest, close, closely fixed. 2. Bent, resolutely bent, set. II. n. Design, purpose, intention, aim, end, meaning, drift, purport, object, scope, mark, purview …

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  • 43intent — I n purpose, goal, design, plan, meaning, intention. See intention. II adj 1. steadfast, fixed, concentrating, focused; attentive, observant, observing, watchful, heedful, regardful, mindful, alert; occupied with, engrossed in, wrapped up in,… …

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  • 44intent — in·tent …

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  • 45intent — /ɪn tent/ noun something that someone plans to do …

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  • 46Intent scale translation — is a mathematical technique used by marketers to convert stated purchase intentions into purchase probabilities, that is, into an estimate of actual buying behaviour. It takes survey data on consumers purchase intentions and converts it into… …

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  • 47intent on/upon something — intent on/upon (something) : giving all of your attention and effort to a specific task or goal She seems intent on destroying our credibility. [=she seems to be determined to destroy our credibility] They were intent on their work. [=they were… …

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  • 48intent on/upon — (something) : giving all of your attention and effort to a specific task or goal She seems intent on destroying our credibility. [=she seems to be determined to destroy our credibility] They were intent on their work. [=they were focused on their …

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  • 49intent-to-use application — (ITU) An alternative method for seeking federal trademark registration based on the applicant s bona fide intent to use the mark in commerce in the near future. Although an ITU applicant may reserve the mark for a limited time, registration on… …

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  • 50intent on doing something — intent on (doing something) determined to do something. She seems intent on specializing in family law …

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  • 51intent to levy — A notice to a delinquent taxpayer that the IRS intends to seize (levy) property to satisfy a tax obligation, though the levy may not be imminent. Category: Back Taxes & Tax Debt Category: Business, LLCs & Corporations → Business Accounting,… …

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  • 52intent, general — n. In criminal cases, an intention to break a law but not necessarily to cause the specific result that occurred. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008 …

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  • 53intent, legislative — n. A legislature’s intended purpose in enacting a piece of legislation. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008 …

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  • 54intent, specific — n. In criminal cases, an intention to commit a particular crime. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008 …

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  • 55intent upon — index decisive, insistent, resolute Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 56Intent (military) — See also: Intent (law), Intention (criminal law), and Intention Intent is a key capability in 21st century military operations and is a vital element to facilitate subordinates initiative (U.S Army 2003, para.1 69)[1], self synchronisation… …

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  • 57Intent log — An intent log is a mechanism used to make computer operations more resilient in the event of failures. They are used in database software, transaction managers, and some file systems.The basic idea is simple. Before performing an operation, a… …

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  • 58Intent-centric paradigm — The Intent centric Paradigm (ICP) is a research agenda within the field of cognitive science pursued by the Center for Advanced Defense Studies under the direction of Dr. Newton Howard. ICP describes processes which describe how a rational agent… …

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  • 59intent to kill — See assault with intent to kill; intent to take life; murder …

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  • 60intent to steal — The intent or purpose which a thief has to deprive another of his goods. The intent of one taking personal property without the consent of the owner to deprive the owner permanently of his property or its value. 32 Am J1st Larc § 36 …

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