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  • 1 valid — val·id / va ləd/ adj 1: having legal efficacy or force a valid license; esp: executed with proper authority and form a valid contract a valid search 2: having a legitimate basis: justifiable …

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  • 2 valid — val‧id [ˈvæld] adjective LAW a valid document or agreement is legally acceptable, often for a fixed period of time: • The court ruled that the firm s patent is valid and enforceable. • Investors with valid claims against the company could… …

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  • 3 Valid but illicit — also known as valid but illegal , is a term used within Roman Catholicism to describe the unauthorized but valid practice of sacraments. In Roman Catholic theology several kinds of people have the inherent ability to perform the sacraments (see …

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  • 4 valid — valid, sound, cogent, convincing, compelling, telling can all be applied directly or indirectly to arguments, reasons, principles, or processes of thought or to their presentation and mean having or manifesting the power to impress themselves on… …

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  • 5 Valid — Val id, a. [F. valide, F. validus strong, from valere to be strong. See {Valiant}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Strong; powerful; efficient. [Obs.] Perhaps more valid arms . . . may serve to better us. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. Having sufficient strength… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 Valid Logic Systems — was one of the first commercial EDA electronic design automation companies. It was founded in the early 1980s, along with Daisy Systems Corporation and Mentor Graphics, collectively known as DMV. Initially, Valid built both hardware and software …

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  • 7 valid — VALÍD, Ă, valizi, de, adj. 1. (Despre oameni) Apt pentru muncă (sau pentru o anumită activitate); p. gener. sănătos. 2. (Despre o acţiune, un act, un contract) Care îndeplineşte condiţiile cerute de lege; valabil. – Din fr. valide. Trimis de… …

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  • 8 valid — [val′id] adj. [Fr valide < L validus, strong, powerful (in ML, valid) < valere, to be strong: see VALUE] 1. having legal force; properly executed and binding under the law 2. well grounded on principles or evidence; able to withstand… …

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  • 9 Valid time — (VT) is a concept used in temporal databases. It denotes the time period during which a database fact was, is, or will be valid in the modeled reality. In a database table valid time is often represented by two extra table columns StartVT and… …

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  • 10 Valid but irregular — is a term applied in churches which have a concept of Holy Orders (particularly the Anglican and Roman Catholic Churches) to acts carried out by someone who is able, due to their possession of the appropriate orders, to carry out the act, but… …

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  • 11 Valid xml document — Un document XML valide (en anglais valid XML document) est, selon le W3C, un document XML bien formé qui se conforme aussi aux règles d un modèle (ou schéma) de documents donné par une DTD ou un XML Schema. Il ne faut pas confondre cette notion… …

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  • 12 Valid Accessible Compatible — Valid, Accessible and Compatible, or VAC, is an online project aimed at encouraging the development of standards compliant websites as well as accessible ones. Gaining popularity in the summer of 2006, VAC has served as the universal tag to… …

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  • 13 Valīd — (lat.), kräftig; rechtskräftig, rechtsgültig; Validität, Rechtsgültigkeit; validieren, etwas in rechtsgültiger Form vollziehen, geltend machen, bekräftigen, im Handel: gültig sein, einen Wert durch einen andern, z. B. Waren durch Wechselsendung,… …

    Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • 14 Valid — Valīd (lat.), kräftig; rechtsgültig; Validität, Rechtsgültigkeit; validieren, geltend machen, in rechtsgültiger Form vollziehen; bei Kaufleuten: für gute Zahlung gelten; Validation, Gültigkeitserklärung, Anerkennung …

    Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • 15 Valid — Valid, lat. deutsch, kräftig, giltig; Validität, Rechtsgiltigkeit; Validation, Giltigkeitserklärung …

    Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • 16 valid notice — index adequate notice Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 17 valid potentiality — index force (legal efficacy) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 18 valid — valid:⇨gültig(1) …

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  • 19 valid — 1570s, having force in law, legally binding, from M.Fr. valide, from L. validus strong, effective, from valere be strong (see VALIANT (Cf. valiant)). The meaning supported by facts or authority is first recorded 1640s …

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  • 20 valid — [adj] right, genuine accurate, attested, authentic, authoritative, binding, bona fide, cogent, compelling, conclusive, confirmed, convincing, credible, determinative, efficacious, efficient, good, in force, irrefutable, just, kosher*, lawful,… …

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