(Askeri) (RIGHT) (REAR) İLERİYE (GERİYE) (SAĞA) (SOLA) TOP (TÜFEK) (HAVAN) İNDİR ! VEYA MEVZİ AL !: İleriye (geriye) (sağa) (sola) ateşe hazırlanmaları için küçük birliklere ve silah mürettebatına verilen komut
O ve Tom ilk cinsel ilişkilerine girdiğinde Mary orgasm olmadı. - Mary did not climax when she and Tom had their first sexual intercourse.
Ebeveynlik Vakfı tarafından yapılan bir araştırmaya göre, korunmasız cinsel ilişkiye giren gençlerin yüzdesi artıyor. - According to a study conducted by the Parenthood Foundation, the percentage of young people having unprotected sexual intercourse is on the rise.
If someone or something is out of action, they are injured or damaged and cannot work or be used. He's been out of action for 16 months with a serious knee injury
To bring a legal action against someone means to bring a case against them in a court of (Hukuk) Two leading law firms are to prepare legal actions against tobacco companies. = suit, case
The working mechanism of a firearm Various types exist, including single-shots, multi-barrels, revolvers, slide- or pump-actions, lever-actions, bolt-actions, semi-automatics and automatics
top -- (1) Opportunity to act If a player appears not to realize it's his turn, the dealer will say "Your action, sir " (2) Bets and raises "If a third heart hits the board and there's a lot of action, you have to assume that somebody has made the flush " Ante -- top -- A small portion of a bet contributed by each player to seed the pot at the beginning of a poker hand Most hold'em games do not have an ante; they use "blinds" to get initial money into the pot All-In -- top -- To run out of chips while betting or calling In table stakes games, a player may not go into his pocket for more money during a hand If he runs out, a side pot is created in which he has no interest However, he can still win the pot for which he had the chips Example: "Poor Bob - he made quads against the big full house, but he was all-in on the second bet "
The action is all the important and exciting things that are happening in a situation. Hollywood is where the action is now
A desktop construct that provides a method for running applications, executing commands, and other activities such as printing, removing files, and changing directories
A suit or process, by which a demand is made of a right in a court of justice; in a broad sense, a judicial proceeding for the enforcement or protection of a right, the redress or prevention of a wrong, or the punishment of a public offense
the most important or interesting work or activity in a specific area or field; "the action is no longer in technology stocks but in municipal bonds"; "gawkers always try to get as close to the action as possible"
An action is a MEL command that doesn't alter or change Maya's state An action will often query the scene without changing it
institute legal proceedings against; file a suit against; "He was warned that the district attorney would process him"; "She actioned the company for discrimination
If you put an idea or policy into action, you begin to use it or cause it to operate. They have learned the lessons of business management theory, and put them into action. to do a specific thing that needs to be done, especially after discussing it. Action Française action painting action potential affirmative action bolt action class action mass action law of political action committee
If someone wants to have a piece of the action or a slice of the action, they want to take part in an exciting activity or situation, usually in order to make money or become more important
An action movie is a film in which a lot of dangerous and exciting things happen. An action hero is the main character in one of these films
The placing of money into the pot A table with a lot of action is one at which there are a lot of bets, raises, and re-raises - in other words, betting action In most cardrooms, verbal comments like "I raise" are binding, and are therefore said to constitute action To give action is to put money into the pot when someone else should be expected to win the hand To receive action is to have someone else put money into the pot when you expect to win the hand It's better to receive than to give Action is also used to mean someone's turn to act This table is too tight, let's go someplace where there's some action Sure, I'll give you some action
An action is a configuration directive that maps a URL to a handler You setup actions within a package in the action perl file, and default actions are defined in the server perl file
Performing an action on a record changes the status of a request: i e selecting the action "Returned" - changes the status to "Shipped " The actions available in the various drop down menus will change depending on whether the action is being performed as a requestor or a responder, the ILL protocol being used to process the request, and the current status of the request Actions can also trigger auto alerts: i e the system can be configured so that performing the action "Received" on a request will automatically send the End User (patron) an e-mail telling him or her that the item is now ready for pickup
A process or condition of acting or moving, as opposed to rest; the doing of something; exertion of power or force, as when one body acts on another; the effect of power exerted on one body by another; agency; activity; operation; as, the action of heat; a man of action
A series of awk statements attached to a rule If the rule's pattern matches an input record, the awk language executes the rule's action Actions are always enclosed in curly braces See section Overview of Actions
an act by a government body or supranational organization; "recent federal action undermined the segregationist position"; "the United Nations must have the power to propose and organize action without being hobbled by irrelevant issues"; "the Unionaction of emancipating Southern slaves"
Motion of the pins caused by the bowler's technique; generally, the combination of accuracy, rotation (also see), and other factors, causing pin motion which is horizontal, rather than vertical, since a horizontally spinning pin covers more of the lane
something done (usually as opposed to something said); "there were stories of murders and other unnatural actions"
A court proceeding when one party prosecutes another for the protection or enforcement of a right, the prevention or correction of a wrong, or the punishment of an offense
(1) Opportunity to act If a player appears not to realize it's his turn, the dealer will say "Your action, sir " (2) Bets and raises "If a third heart hits the board and there's a lot of action, you have to assume that somebody has made the flush "
The event or connected series of events, either real or imaginary, forming the subject of a play, poem, or other composition; the unfolding of the drama of events
(n ) A desktop construct used to provide a user interface for running applications, executing commands, and other activities such as printing, removing files, and changing directories See also action icon
Spin on the ball and the movement of the pins caused by that spin A relatively slow ball with a lot of action can be much more effective than a very fast ball with little action
The attitude or position of the several parts of the body as expressive of the sentiment or passion depicted
all activities or programs of any kind authorized, funded, or carried out, in whole or in part, by Federal agencies in the United States or upon the high seas Examples include, but are not limited to: (a) actions intended to conserve listed species or their habitat; (b) the promulgation of regulations;( c ) the granting of licenses, contracts, leases, easements, rights-of- way, permits, or grants-in-aid; or (d) actions directly or indirectly causing modifications to the land, water, or air [50 CFR §402 02]
The fighting which takes place in a war can be referred to as action. Leaders in America have generally supported military action 13 soldiers were killed and 10 wounded in action
Any one of the active processes going on in an organism; the performance of a function; as, the action of the heart, the muscles, or the gastric juice
A verb which refers to something the subject does, eg: Ann went to the shops The action is usually considered 'instantaneous' Compare with state, activity
An engagement between troops in war, whether on land or water; a battle; a fight; as, a general action, a partial action
Action is doing something for a particular purpose. The government is taking emergency action to deal with a housing crisis
The basic building block of a macro; a self-contained instruction that can be combined with other actions to automate tasks This is sometimes called a command in other macro languages
A share in the capital stock of a joint-stock company, or in the public funds; hence, in the plural, equivalent to stocks
put in effect; "carry out a task"; "execute the decision of the people"; "He actioned the operation"
The set of moving mechanical parts in a keyboard instrument which transfer the motion of the key to the sound-making device
An action defines how a helper application handles a file it has been associated with A file may be viewed in the browser, saved to the local disk, launched with the associated application, or the user may supply an action
An action is something that you do on a particular occasion. Jack was the sort of man who did not like his actions questioned
If you action something that needs to be done, you deal with it. Documents can be actioned, or filed immediately
A children's toy in the form of a posable plastic figurine of a character, often from a movie, video game, or television program, with moving parts and often capable of some form of spring-loaded movement
(Film) Action films are a film genre where action sequences, such as fighting, stunts, car chases or explosions, take precedence over elements like characterization or complex plotting. The action typically involves individual efforts on the part of the hero, in contrast with most war films. The genre is closely linked with the thriller and adventure film genres
("French Action") Influential right-wing antirepublican group in early 20th-century France, whose views were promoted in a newspaper of the same name. The Action Française movement, led by Charles Maurras, espoused the antiparliamentarian, anti-Semitic, and strongly nationalist views inspired by the Alfred Dreyfus Affair. The movement peaked after World War I, when nationalist feeling was strong. It was denounced by the papacy in 1926, and ceased to exist after World War II because of its association with the collaborationist Vichy government (see Vichy France)
A style of abstract painting that uses techniques such as the dribbling or splashing of paint to achieve a spontaneous effect.action painter n. Direct, instinctual, dynamic style of painting that involves the spontaneous application of vigorous, sweeping brush strokes and the chance effects of dripping and spilling paint onto the canvas. The term characterizes the work of Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Franz Kline. The "automatic" techniques developed in Europe by the Surrealists in the 1920s and '30s had great influence on U.S. artists, who regarded a picture not merely as a finished product but as a record of the process of its creation. It was a major force in Abstract Expressionism in the 1950s. See also automatism, Tachism
A written set of directions or a chart that tells you what to do if asthma symptoms occur, depending on their severity Many action plans are based on a red/yellow/green zone system Some include peak flow measurement, others are based just on asthma signs and symptoms Your action plan also should tell you what to do when you do NOT feel any symptoms (i e , preventive care)
A A plan which identifies responsibility, process, timing, and steps to ensure that concrete actions are taken to achieve government organisation programme goals, objectives, requirements, and performance standards
a written document that outlines specific activities that Framework partners and stakeholders will implement to address problems with a basin (basin Action Plan) or a priority watershed (watershed Action Plan)
A plan developed by a partnership which should clearly define their goals, milestones and responsibilities Partnerships are not eligible to receive Technical Assistance and other services from Rebuild without first completing their Action Plan
In Community problem Solving reveres to the plan which the team comes up with in order to solve their Underlying Problem - may include timelines, team responsibilities and actual actions they intend to take
The central document of a system that contains three major components: the statement of results, benchmarks, and standards Minor sub-components include: forms/templates, scripts, samples, routine controlling calendars, system diagrams, required resources, and quantification The statement of results is the desired outcome of performing the action plan (see Benchmarks and Standards, following)
A list of specific instructions drawn up by a health care professional for a person with asthma to follow at home An asthma action plan includes a normal schedule for asthma medicines, as well as what to do if peak flow readings or asthma symptoms become worse than usual Asthma action plans are usually split into Zones: Green Zone, Yellow Zone, and Red Zone
A momentary change in electrical potential on the surface of a nerve or muscle cell that takes place when it is stimulated, especially by the transmission of a nerve impulse: Stimulating a nerve fiber causes an action potential to spread across the nerve cell, making it contract. Brief (about one-thousandth of a second) reversal of electric polarization of the membrane of a nerve or muscle cell. Stimulation of the cell by certain chemicals or by sensory receptor cells causes depolarization of the membrane, permitting an impulse to move along the nerve fibre (in nerve cells) or causing the cell to contract (in muscle cells)
Is the result of a brief, localized change in the resting membrane potential When this change of resting potential is measured it can be visualized on an oscilloscope Action potentials are sometimes referred to as spikes or spike potentials
The changes in electrical potential generated by the muscle cell membrane or nerve cell tissue in response to intrinsic or extrinsic stimulation There are five phases: phase O is the period of rapid depolarization (polarity changes from negative to positive) and phases 1 through 4 return the cell to resting membrane potential
The electrical signal which rapidly propagates along the axon of nerve cells as well as over the surface of some muscle and glandular cells It is the result of a change in membrane electrical potential, the underlying cause of which is a change in flow of ions across the membrane due to voltage-activated ion channels
Changes in electric potential on the membranes of living cells, resulting from cell stimulation, leading to an all-or-nothing action current (H) An abrupt change in the charge differential across the membrane of a nerve cell caused by a change in the permeability of the membrane to sodium ions; the nerve impulse [JA]
a brief fluctuation in membrane potential caused by the rapid opening and closing of voltage-gated ion channels Action potentials sweep like a wave along axons to transfer information from one place to another in the nervous system
The electrical part of a neuron's two-part, electrical-chemical message An action potential consists of a brief pulse of electrical current that travels along the axon to relay messages over long distances
A short duration, large, positive deflection of the membrane potential It is also sometimes referred to as a spike, because of it appearance in voltage traces The large positive membrane potential causes the neuron to release neurotransmitter, thus information transfer occurs with the action potential The action potential is the smallest quantum of information transfer
Also known as nerve impulse or spike One generally talks about a cell "firing" or "generating" an action potential, or simply "spiking " An action potential is a brief change in membrane potential caused by the rapid opening and closing of transmembrane channels that pass specific ions through Action potentials travel along axons and transfer information over distance In this virtual lab, action potentials are generated in many of the cells you can find and appear as an almost vertical line superimposed on a horizontal oscilloscope trace The total number and the rate of firing of action potentials can encode information, as well as the actual shape of the action potential (some are longer lasting than others, as you can see in the lab) See Background on Nervous System for more details
Occurs when a neuron is activated; the electrical state of its interior membrane temporarily changes from negative to positive The electrical charge travels along the axon to the terminal bud where it triggers or inhibits release of neurotransmitter into the synapse If sufficient transmitter substance is present at the synapse to initiate an action potential in the postsynaptic neuron, the impulse continues
A policy or program providing advantages for people of a minority group who are seen to have traditionally been discriminated against, with the aim of creating a more egalitarian society through preferential access to education, employment, health care, social welfare, etc
Lawsuits in which the claims and rights of many people are decided in a single case. Specific plaintiffs are named in the lawsuit to assert the claims of the entire class so that everyone with the same complaint or injury doesn't have to file their own separate lawsuit
A form of political activism, in which participants act directly, ignoring established political procedures. This is often (but not always) accomplished by means of strikes, workplace occupations, sabotage, sit-ins, squatting, revolutionary/guerrilla warfare, demonstrations, vandalism or graffiti
[ ak-sh&n ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English accion, from Old French action, from Latin āctiō (“act of doing or making”), from āctus, perfect passive participle of agō (“do, act”), + action suffix -iō; see act.
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