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(Computers) An assembly language.
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  1. (Computers) An assembly language.
  2. (Computing) In Microsoft .NET, a building block of an application, similar to a DLL, but containing both executable code and information normally found in a DLL's type library. The type library information in an assembly, called a manifest, describes public functions, data, classes, and version information.
  3. The act of putting together such set of pieces.
The merger of two or more commercial interests or corporations.
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  1. The merger of two or more commercial interests or corporations.
  2. The act or process of consolidating.
  3. In civil procedure, the court-ordered combination of two or more actions that involve the same parties or issues. In the end, there may be a single judgment for all the actions or a separate judgment for each original action. See also joinder.
(Mathematics) The property or manner of approaching a limit, such as a point, line, function, or value.
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  1. (Mathematics) The property or manner of approaching a limit, such as a point, line, function, or value.
  2. The act, fact, or condition of converging
  3. (Biology) The evolution of superficially similar structures in unrelated species as they adapt to similar environments. Examples of convergence are the development of fins independently in both fish and whales and of wings in insects, birds, and bats.
A group of objects or works to be seen, studied, or kept together.
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  1. A group of objects or works to be seen, studied, or kept together.
  2. A line of products produced for one season, as those developed by a designer:
  3. An accumulation; a deposit:
(Chem.) A uniting of substances to form a compound
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  1. (Chem.) A uniting of substances to form a compound
  2. (Math.) Any of the various groupings, or subsets, into which a number, or set, of units may be arranged without regard to order: dual combinations of A, B, C, and D are AB, AC, AD, BC, BD, CD
  3. The series of numbers or letters used in opening a combination lock
A bringing together into a mass.
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  1. A bringing together into a mass.
The act or process of compressing.
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  1. The act or process of compressing.
  2. The degree to which a substance has decreased in size (in volume, length, or some other dimension) after being or while being subject to stress.
  3. The re-encoding of data (usually the binary data used by computers) into a form that uses fewer bits of information than the original data. Compression is often used to speed the transmission of data such as text or visual images, or to minimize the memory resources needed to store such data.
The members of a specific religious group who regularly worship at a church or synagogue.
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  1. The members of a specific religious group who regularly worship at a church or synagogue.
  2. A division of an order, made up of a group of monasteries
  3. (Bible) The whole body or assembly of Israelites
(bookbinding) A section, a group of bifolios, or sheets of paper, stacked together and folded in half.
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  1. (bookbinding) A section, a group of bifolios, or sheets of paper, stacked together and folded in half.
  2. That which is gathered or amassed; a collection or accumulation.
  3. An assembly of persons; a meeting.
A material textured in this way.
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  1. A material textured in this way.
  2. A material or surface with flock applied to it
  3. The process of adding small particles to a surface for the sake of texture.
(Computing) The undesirable, contiguous grouping of elements in a hash table.
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  1. (Computing) The undesirable, contiguous grouping of elements in a hash table.
  2. A grouping of a number of similar things.
  3. (Writing) A prewriting technique consisting of writing ideas down on a sheet of paper around a central idea within a circle, with the related ideas radially joined to the circle using rays.
The act of subverting a vote.
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  1. The act of subverting a vote.
(Uncountable) The process of moving something to a centre, normally before some other process
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  1. (Uncountable) The process of moving something to a centre, normally before some other process
  2. (Countable) Temporary wooden structure built to support an arch during construction
  3. A temporary, usually wooden framework on which an arch, vault, or dome is supported during construction.
See British alternative spelling focussing
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  1. See British alternative spelling focussing
The act or process of intensifying, or of making more intense.
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  1. The act or process of intensifying, or of making more intense.
A group gathered for social purposes
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  1. A group gathered for social purposes
  2. A group of individuals, such as an association, corporation, partnership, or union, associated for the purpose of carrying out, maintaining, or performing a commercial or industrial enterprise. A group of individuals, such as an association, corporation, partnership, or union, associated for the purpose of carrying out, maintaining, or performing a commercial or industrial enterprise.
  3. A group of persons:
A crowd; throng; gathering
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  1. A crowd; throng; gathering
  2. A large open area or hall where crowds gather, as in a park or railroad station
  3. The act of coming, moving, or flowing together.
A group of persons assembled to hear and see a speaker, a play, a concert, etc.
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  1. A group of persons assembled to hear and see a speaker, a play, a concert, etc.
  2. A group of people who follow or admire an artist or performer:
  3. A group of viewers or listeners of a work of art or entertainment, especially those present at a performance.
A publication containing various literary works.
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  1. A publication containing various literary works.
  2. Such a collection of writings, as in a book
  3. A collection of various items, parts, or ingredients, especially one composed of diverse literary works.
Any of the distinct grooves on a long-playing phonograph record that contains an individual selection or a separate section of a whole.
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  1. Any of the distinct grooves on a long-playing phonograph record that contains an individual selection or a separate section of a whole.
  2. (--- Anthropology) A unit of social organization especially among hunter-gatherers, consisting of a usually small number of families living together cooperatively.
  3. A group of musicians who perform as an ensemble.
A group sent out on a task or mission
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  1. A group sent out on a task or mission
  2. A subscriber to a telephone party line.
  3. A person or group involved in an enterprise; a participant or accessory:
Tiny, fine fibers of wool, rayon, etc. applied to a fabric, wallpaper, or the like to form a velvetlike pattern
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  1. Tiny, fine fibers of wool, rayon, etc. applied to a fabric, wallpaper, or the like to form a velvetlike pattern
  2. Any group, esp. a large one, as the members of a church or the children in a family
  3. A group of animals that live, travel, or feed together.
A large number of people; a crowd:
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  1. A large number of people; a crowd:
  2. Any large group suggestive of this; crowd; company
  3. A group of cattle or other domestic animals of a single kind kept together for a specific purpose.
(Physics) The quantity of matter in a body as measured by its inertia; the ratio of force to the acceleration produced by that force: the gravitational force on an object is proportional to its mass
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  1. (Physics) The quantity of matter in a body as measured by its inertia; the ratio of force to the acceleration produced by that force: the gravitational force on an object is proportional to its mass
  2. (Painting) A large area or form of one color, shade, intensity, etc.
  3. A measure of the amount of matter contained in or constituting a physical body. In classical mechanics, the mass of an object is related to the force required to accelerate it and hence is related to its inertia , and is essential to Newton's laws of motion . Objects that have mass interact with each other through the force of gravity . In Special Relativity, the observed mass of an object is dependent on its velocity with respect to the observer, with higher velocity entailing higher observed mass. Mass is measured in many different units; in most scientific applications, the SI unit of kilogram is used.
A collection of objects or figures forming a design or part of a design, as in a work of art
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  1. A collection of objects or figures forming a design or part of a design, as in a work of art
  2. (Mathematics) A set with an operation whose domain is all ordered pairs of members of the set, such that the operation is binary (operates on two elements) and associative, the set contains the identity element of the operation, and each element of the set has an inverse element for the operation. The positive and negative integers and zero form a set that is a group under the operation of ordinary addition, since zero is the identity element of addition and the negative of each integer is its inverse. Groups are used extensively in quantum physics and chemistry to model phenomena involving symmetry and invariance.
  3. An assemblage of persons or objects gathered or located together; an aggregation:
An impressively large number, as of persons or objects:
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  1. An impressively large number, as of persons or objects:
  2. (Computers) A group of memory elements accessed by one or more indices.
  3. (Comput.) A group of two or more logically related elements, identified by a single name and usually stored in consecutive storage locations in main memory
Close attention; diligence:
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  1. Close attention; diligence:
  2. A specific use to which something is put:
  3. The capacity of being usable; relevance:
The fact or state of being much interested or engrossed
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  1. The fact or state of being much interested or engrossed
  2. The act or process of absorbing or the condition of being absorbed.
  3. (Physics) The taking up and storing of energy, such as radiation, light, or sound, without it being reflected or transmitted. During absorption, the energy may change from one form into another. When radiation strikes the electrons in an atom, the electrons move to a higher orbit or state of excitement by absorption of the radiation's energy.
Soundness of mind, moral character, or finances.
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  1. Soundness of mind, moral character, or finances.
  2. The condition or property of being solid.
  3. The quality or condition of being solid; firmness, soundness, hardness, etc.
The condition of holding together; firmness or thickness, as of a liquid
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  1. The condition of holding together; firmness or thickness, as of a liquid
  2. Agreement; harmony; logical connection
  3. Agreement or logical coherence among things or parts:
(Math., Statistics) The number of times an event, value, or characteristic occurs in a given period
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  1. (Math., Statistics) The number of times an event, value, or characteristic occurs in a given period
  2. (Physics) The rate at which a repeating event occurs, such as the full cycle of a wave. Frequencies are usually measured in hertz.
  3. (Statistics) The number of measurements or observations having a certain value or characteristic.
Intensity, as of sound or light:
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  1. Intensity, as of sound or light:
  2. Operative effectiveness or potency:
  3. Cogency or persuasiveness:
A gathering, flowing, or meeting together at one juncture or point:
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  1. A gathering, flowing, or meeting together at one juncture or point:
  2. The combined stream or glacier formed by this juncture.
  3. The point of juncture of such streams or glaciers.
A convergence or moving gathering of forces, people, or things.
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  1. A convergence or moving gathering of forces, people, or things.
  2. A merger of rivers, or the place where rivers merge.
  3. A confluence.
The point at which things converge
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  1. The point at which things converge
  2. (Mathematics) The property or manner of approaching a limit, such as a point, line, or value.
  3. The point of converging; a meeting place:
The ability or power to keep the mind on something; the ability to concentrate:
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  1. The ability or power to keep the mind on something; the ability to concentrate:
  2. The act of dealing with something or someone; treatment:
  3. Notice or observation:
The state or quality of being attentive.
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  1. The state or quality of being attentive.
(Law) Something promised, given, or done that has the effect of making an agreement a legally enforceable contract.
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  1. (Law) Something promised, given, or done that has the effect of making an agreement a legally enforceable contract.
  2. A result of considering; an opinion or a judgment:
  3. The act of considering; careful thought or attention; deliberation
The state or quality of being heedful.
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  1. The state or quality of being heedful.
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