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  • 1 full of meaning — index eloquent, pithy, sententious Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Meaning — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Idea to be conveyed. >Thing signified. < N PARAG:Meaning >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 meaning meaning Sgm: N 1 signification signification significance Sgm: N 1 sense sense expression Sgm: N 1 import import …

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  • 3 meaning — 1. noun 1) the meaning of his remark Syn: significance, sense, signification, import, gist, thrust, drift, implication, tenor, message, essence, substance, purport, intention 2) the word has several different meanings …

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  • 4 meaning — noun Date: 14th century 1. a. the thing one intends to convey especially by language ; purport b. the thing that is conveyed especially by language ; import 2. something meant or intended ; aim < a mischievous meaning was apparent > …

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  • 5 Meaning–text theory — (MTT) is a theoretical linguistic framework, first put forward in Moscow by Aleksandr Žolkovskij and Igor Mel’čuk,[1] for the construction of models of natural language. The theory provides a large and elaborate basis for linguistic description… …

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  • 6 Full disk encryption — (or whole disk encryption) is a kind of disk encryption software or hardware which encrypts every bit of data that goes on a disk or disk volume. The term full disk encryption is often used to signify that everything on a disk, including the… …

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  • 7 Full Employment in a Free Society — (1944) is a book by William Beveridge, author of the Beveridge Report.OverviewThe book begins with the thesis that because individual employers are not capable of creating full employment, it must be the responsibility of the state. Full… …

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  • 8 full tilt — Meaning At full speed. Origin Jousting was also called titling; contestants who charged at each other did it a full tilt . From the Old English tealt, meaning tottering …

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  • 9 full — survives as an adverb only in the phrases full well (as in You know full well what I mean) and full in the face (as in The ball hit him full in the face). Other uses (e.g. full early, full fain) are now somewhat literary or archaic; in… …

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  • 10 Full-time equivalent — (FTE) is a way to measure a worker s involvement in a project, or a student s enrollment at an educational institution. An FTE of 1.0 means that the person is equivalent to a full time worker, while an FTE of 0.5 signals that the worker is only… …

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  • 11 Full Moon Fever (novella) — Full Moon Fever was the twenty second book written by R. L. Stine for the series. It was originally released in October 1999. Plot The plot involves two kids, Robbie Caffeinerson and Alesha, his sister, who hear a story from their grandfather… …

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  • 12 full of piss and vinegar — Meaning Rowdy and boisterous. Origin Sailors who had had plenty to drink were in this condition. The vinegar may refer to the acidic form that cheap alcohol adopts when drunk, or it may be the vinegar that sailors drank to ward off scurvy …

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  • 13 Meaning of life — This article is about the philosophical concept. For other uses, see Meaning of life (disambiguation). Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? One of Post Impressionist Paul Gauguin s most famous paintings. The meaning of life… …

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  • 14 meaning — meaningly, adv. meaningness, n. /mee ning/, n. 1. what is intended to be, or actually is, expressed or indicated; signification; import: the three meanings of a word. 2. the end, purpose, or significance of something: What is the meaning of life? …

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  • 15 meaning — 1 / mi:nIN/ noun 1 OF A WORD/SIGN ETC (C, U) the thing or idea that a word, expression, or sign represents (+ of): Can you explain the meaning of this word? | The expression has two very different meanings in English. 2 OF WHAT SB SAYS (U) the… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 Full moon cycle — The full moon cycle is a cycle of about 14 lunations over which full moons vary in apparent size and age (time since new moon). The sequence is *Full moon big (perigee at full moon) *Full moon young (perigee at first quarter) *Full moon small… …

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  • 17 Full stop — For other uses, see Full stop (disambiguation). . Full stop Punctuation apostroph …

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  • 18 Full Metal Jacket — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Full Metal Jacket …

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  • 19 Full genome sequencing — Genome sequencing redirects here. For the sequencing only of DNA, see DNA sequencing. An image of the 46 chromosomes, making up the diploid genome of human male. (The mitochondrial chromosome is not shown.) Full genome sequencing (FGS), also… …

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  • 20 meaning — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Significance Nouns 1. meaning, significance, signification, force; sense, expression; import, purport, implication, drift, tenor, spirit, bearing; scope, purpose, aim, intent, intention, object, thrust;… …

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