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  • 1Inherent jurisdiction — is a doctrine of the English common law that a superior court has the jurisdiction to hear any matter that comes before it, unless a statute or rule limit that authority or grants exclusive jurisdiction to some other court or tribunal. The term… …

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  • 2Power animal — is a broadly animistic and shamanic concept that has entered the English language from Anthropology, Ethnography and Sociology. As a tutelary entity or spirit, the ancient Anglo Celtic Tradition also contained a comparable understanding, refer F …

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  • 3Inherent safety — is a concept particularly used in the chemical and process industries. An inherently safe process has a low level of danger even if things go wrong. It is used in contrast to safe systems where a high degree of hazard is controlled by protective… …

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  • 4Inherent Powers — Are those powers that result “from the whole mass of powers of the national government, and from the nature of political society, not as a consequence or incidence of the powers specifically enumerated” Contrasted with Article 1, section 1 of the …

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  • 5Power line communication — or power line carrier (PLC), also known as power line digital subscriber line (PDSL), mains communication, power line telecom (PLT), power line networking (PLN), or broadband over power lines (BPL) are systems for carrying data on a conductor… …

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  • 6Power — Pow er, n. [OE. pouer, poer, OF. poeir, pooir, F. pouvoir, n. & v., fr. LL. potere, for L. posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. See {Possible}, {Potent}, and cf. {Posse comitatus}.] 1. Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent; the… …

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  • 7Power loom — Power Pow er, n. [OE. pouer, poer, OF. poeir, pooir, F. pouvoir, n. & v., fr. LL. potere, for L. posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. See {Possible}, {Potent}, and cf. {Posse comitatus}.] 1. Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent;… …

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  • 8Power of a point — Power Pow er, n. [OE. pouer, poer, OF. poeir, pooir, F. pouvoir, n. & v., fr. LL. potere, for L. posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. See {Possible}, {Potent}, and cf. {Posse comitatus}.] 1. Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent;… …

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  • 9Power of attorney — Power Pow er, n. [OE. pouer, poer, OF. poeir, pooir, F. pouvoir, n. & v., fr. LL. potere, for L. posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. See {Possible}, {Potent}, and cf. {Posse comitatus}.] 1. Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent;… …

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  • 10Power press — Power Pow er, n. [OE. pouer, poer, OF. poeir, pooir, F. pouvoir, n. & v., fr. LL. potere, for L. posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. See {Possible}, {Potent}, and cf. {Posse comitatus}.] 1. Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent;… …

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  • 11Power in international relations — The chamber of the United Nations Security Council Power in international relations is defined in several different ways. Political scientists, historians, and practitioners of international relations (diplomats) have used the following concepts… …

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  • 12Police power — (Law) The inherent power of a government to regulate its police affairs. Note: The term police power is not definitely fixed in meaning. In the earlier cases in the United States it was used as including the whole power of internal government, or …

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  • 13Police power — is the capacity of a state to regulate behaviours and enforce order within its territory, often framed in terms of public welfare, security, morality, and safety. [cite encyclopedia| title =Police Power| encyclopedia =Encyclopedia Britannica|url …

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  • 14police power — noun Date: 1827 the inherent power of a government to exercise reasonable control over persons and property within its jurisdiction in the interest of the general security, health, safety, morals, and welfare except where legally prohibited …

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  • 15passive power — Power Pow er, n. [OE. pouer, poer, OF. poeir, pooir, F. pouvoir, n. & v., fr. LL. potere, for L. posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. See {Possible}, {Potent}, and cf. {Posse comitatus}.] 1. Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent;… …

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  • 16Military power projection — Power projection (or force projection) is a term used primarily in American military and political science to refer to the capacity of a state to conduct expeditionary warfare, i.e. to implement policy by means of force, or the threat thereof, in …

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  • 17Fusion power — The Sun is a natural fusion reactor. Fusion power is the power generated by nuclear fusion processes. In fusion reactions two light atomic nuclei fuse together to form a heavier nucleus (in contrast with fission power). In doing so they release a …

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  • 18Stopping power — For the concept in nuclear physics, see stopping power (particle radiation). Contents 1 History 2 Dynamics of bullets 3 Wound …

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  • 19Critical Power Coalition — The Critical Power Coalition (CPC) is a non profit consortium whose member companies include Caterpillar Inc.; Cummins Power Generation; MTU Detroit Diesel Power Generation; Digital Power Group; Eaton Corporation; Eaton Corporation/ Powerware… …

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  • 20Audio power — Sound measurements Sound pressure p, SPL Particle velocity v, SVL Particle displacement ξ Sound intensity I, SIL Sound power Pac Sound power level SWL Sound energy Sound energy density …

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