(Askeri) DURUM MUHAFAZA KODU: Stokların belirtilmiş fiziksel bir durumu veya daha sonra yapılacak işlem, onarım, bakım veya montaj sebebiyle, bunlar üzerindeki kullanma tahdidini gösteren, tek basamaklı numaralama sistemi
(usually plural) a statement of what is required as part of an agreement; "the contract set out the conditions of the lease"; "the terms of the treaty were generous"
If you say that someone is in no condition to do something, you mean that they are too ill, upset, or drunk to do it. She was clearly in no condition to see anyone. = unfit
A mathematical measurement of the degree of plumpness or general health of a fish or group of fish
A clause in a contract, or agreement, which has for its object to suspend, to defeat, or in some way to modify, the principal obligation; or, in case of a will, to suspend, revoke, or modify a devise or bequest
The conditions under which something is done or happens are all the factors or circumstances which directly affect it. This change has been timed under laboratory conditions The mild winter has created the ideal conditions for an ant population explosion
the procedure that is varied in order to estimate a variable's effect by comparison with a control condition
To invest with, or limit by, conditions; to burden or qualify by a condition; to impose or be imposed as the condition of
In a conditional statement, the boolean expression whose value governs whether the consequent or the alternative is executed
‑ A health condition is a departure from a state of physical or mental well‑being An impairment is a health condition that includes chronic or permanent health defects resulting from disease, injury, or congenital malformations All health conditions, except impairments, are coded according to the International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD‑9‑CM)
That which must exist as the occasion or concomitant of something else; that which is requisite in order that something else should take effect; an essential qualification; stipulation; terms specified
It is also the case of a future uncertain event, which may or may not happen, and on the occurrence or non-occurrence of which, the accomplishment, recission, or modification of an obligation or testamentary disposition is made to depend
Refers to the physical condition of a postcard Terms used are Mint, Near Mint, Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair and Poor Each dealer and auction house uses their criteria for assigning these terms For example, some would call a card mint if used, but the card is in pristine condition; others would never refer to a used postcard as mint It is best to understand the grading standards of each establishment
An expression containing no Boolean operators For example, the expression "IF A" is a condition as it is a Boolean expression without Boolean operators which evaluates to either True or False
information that should be kept in mind when making a decision; "another consideration is the time it would take"
The state of preservation of a book The primary grades are AS NEW; FINE; NEAR FINE; VERY GOOD; GOOD; FAIR; POOR; BINDING COPY The grades GOOD and VERY GOOD are often further discriminated with the appendence of a plus or minus sign For example G+ is better than good, but less then VG- The whole condition grading process is highly subjective, and that is why experienced book buyers look for detailed descriptions beyond the basic condition grade Indeed: In my opinion a description of "VG" without further explaination is rather incomplete: the fact that you will find me as guilty as others in this matter from time to time not withstanding
the state of (good) health (especially in the phrases `in condition' or `in shape' or `out of condition' or `out of shape') apply conditioner to in order to make smooth and shiny; "I condition my hair after washing it"
To condition your hair or skin means to put something on it which will keep it in good condition. a protein which is excellent for conditioning dry and damaged hair
To put under conditions; to require to pass a new examination or to make up a specified study, as a condition of remaining in one's class or in college; as, to condition a student who has failed in some branch of study
apply conditioner to in order to make smooth and shiny; "I condition my hair after washing it"
If you talk about the condition of a person or thing, you are talking about the state that they are in, especially how good or bad their physical state is. He remains in a critical condition in a California hospital The two-bedroom chalet is in good condition You can't drive in that condition
Mode or state of being; state or situation with regard to external circumstances or influences, or to physical or mental integrity, health, strength, etc
The overall appearance and soundness of a stamp or cover Positive condition factors include fresh full colour, full original gum on unused stamps, and so on Damage such as creases, tears, thinned paper, short perforation teeth, toning and so on negatively affect condition
specify as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement; make an express demand or provision in an agreement; "The will stipulates that she can live in the house for the rest of her life"; "The contract stipulates the dates of the payments"
One of the three required parts of a properly composed learning objective, as defined by Robert Mager Circumstances under which the performance will be tested and materials that will be provided to the student are described in the condition statement This is one of the parts of Mager's learning objective guidelines that is always ignored, and with good reason
Refers to the physical condition of the postcard Terms used are Mint, Near Mint, Excellent, Very Good, Good, Fair, and Poor
When you agree to do something on condition that something else happens, you mean that you will only do it if this other thing also happens. He spoke to reporters on condition that he was not identified
There is no existing phenomena that is not the effect of dependent origination All phenomena arise dependent upon a number of casual factors called conditions
A condition is something which must happen or be done in order for something else to be possible, especially when this is written into a contract or (Hukuk) economic targets set as a condition for loan payments. terms and conditions of employment Egypt had agreed to a summit subject to certain conditions. = requirement
An object that is signaled in an exceptional situation, and used to determine which handlers are applicable in the situation Conditions are instances of <condition>
Expression(s) between the words IF and THEN, evaluated as either true or false in an IF THEN statement The condition in the IF THEN statement gives the computer the ability to make decissions
A condition is a logical statement about the state of the system, the state or existence of an object, or the existence of relationships between objects
a state at a particular time; "a condition (or state) of disrepair"; "the current status of the arms negotiations"
Boolean expression to specify that a transition occurs if the specified expression is true For example
(1) A relational expression that can be evaluated to a value of either true or false IBM (2) An exception that has been enabled, or recognized, by the language environment and thus is eligible to activate user and language condition handlers Any alteration to the normal programmed flow of an application Conditions can be detected by the hardware or operating system and result in an interrupt They can also be detected by language-specific generated code or language library code
A Boolean expression containing no Boolean operators For instance, A<B is a condition but A and B is not [DO-B]
the procedure that is varied in order to estimate a variable's effect by comparison with a control condition an assumption on which rests the validity or effect of something else (usually plural) a statement of what is required as part of an agreement; "the contract set out the conditions of the lease"; "the terms of the treaty were generous"
Programming term for an expression that evaluates rue or false Decisions (affecting the flow of your program) are made on the basis of conditions
(Oyunlar) Condition Zero or Counter-Strike (abbreviated CS: CZ or just CZ) is the single player version of the multiplayer game, Counter-Strike. The game was released in 2004 using the GoldSrc Half-Life engine. CS: CZ also features a multiplayer mode, which mostly features updated character models, textures, maps and other graphical tweaks
A contractual condition that suspends the coming into effect of a contract unless or until a certain event takes place Many house purchase contracts have a condition precedent which states that the contract is not binding until and unless the property is subjected to a surveyor's inspection, the results of which are satisfactory to the purchaser Compare with "condition subsequent "
A legal stipulation in some contracts that one event must precede the other for the second to take place For example, in an insurance policy, the insurer is not liable unless and until the insured pays a premium At law, it is a provision in a contract stipulating that rights and duties shall arise only after the happening of an event The happening of the event is the condition precedent
A contractual condition that suspends the coming into effect of a contract unless or until a certain event takes place Many residential real estate contracts have a condition precedent which states that the contract is not binding until and unless the property is subjected to an professional inspection, the results of which are satisfactory to the purchaser Compare with "condition subsequent"
A defeasible fee created with language reserving the right of the grantor to reclaim ownership of the land upon the occurrence of a specified condition (e.g. "if X event occurs, grantor reserves the right to reenter and retake"); upon occurrence of the condition, the grantor may decide to retake ownership or not
The characteristics, key events, and situations which compose the essentials of human existence, such as birth, growth, emotionality, aspiration, conflict, and mortality
Christian theology traditionally sees three elements of the human condition that are in need of transformation: sin (estrangement from God), evil (estrangement among humans), and death (mortality, and our estrangement from nature).
His young wife ... was at church with her mother, and suddenly overcome by indisposition, arising from her interesting condition, she could not remain standing, she drove home in the first sledge, a smart-looking one, she came across.
This quilt is in new condition It has no stains, no discoloration, no repairs, no cracking or giving fabric Like a coin, it is exactly as it was the day it was "minted " Antique quilts in this condition are very rare
Describes all the various phenomena in the world - made up of separate, discrete elements, "with outflows," with no intrinsic nature of their own Conditioned merits and virtues lead to rebirth within samsara, whereas unconditioned merits and virtues are the causes of liberation from Birth and Death See also "Unconditioned "
A normal power supply would not be compatible with a fieldbus installation,as it would interfere with the fieldbus signal A power supply (PSU) conditioner can be used to stop the fieldbus signal entering the power supply therefore making it compatible The conditioner is usually an electronic equivalent of Inductor/Resistor top
Another name for lane oil All lanes need some type of protective coating to prevent burn marks in the heads from the force of the thrown balls In the "old days" lane conditioner was used primarily as a protective measure; today, under the System of Bowling, some centers legally use the lane conditioner as a tool to assist in scoring and guiding a ball to the pocket The area of a lane that is heavily conditioned will retard the hook, and if there is heavy conditioner in the center/pocket area of the lane it can assist the ball into the pocket See also "blocked lanes"
Chemically, conditioner is cyanuric acid It slows down the degradation of chlorine in the water by sunlight Minimum level is 10 ppm Too much does not slow down chlorine activity or effectiveness Condi- tioner does not protect bromine from sun- light
Also called Cyanuric Acid or Stabilizer A chemical that has the ability to stabilize chlorine against wasteful loss due to sunlight Cyanuric Acid protects the chlorine from ultraviolet determination and releases chlorine upon demand
Those operations that produce a waste package suitable for handling, transport, storage and/or disposal Conditioning may include the conversion of the waste to a solid waste form, enclosure of the waste in containers and, if necessary, providing an overpack
the process by which people or animals are trained to behave in a particular way when particular things happen. Process in which the frequency or predictability of a behavioral response is increased through reinforcement (i.e., a stimulus or a reward for the desired response). Classical, or respondent, conditioning, which involves stimulus substitution, is based on the work of Ivan Pavlov, who conditioned dogs by ringing a bell each time the aroma of food was presented. Eventually the dogs salivated when the bell rang, even if no food odour was present; salivation was thus the conditioned response. In instrumental, or operant, conditioning, a spontaneous (operant) behaviour is either rewarded (reinforced) or punished. When rewarded, a behaviour increases in frequency; when punished, it decreases. Operant conditioning was studied in detail by B.F. Skinner
The exposure of a material, such as wood to the influence of a predetermined condition in the surrounding atmosphere for a specific time period or until a required relation between the atmosphere and the material is achieved
The addition of equipment to improve ("tune") the transmission characteristics of a dedicated voice grade telephone line Conditioning is done to allow for an increase in transmission speed (Bit rate) without increasing the error rate
(1) To bring to a standard (2) Addition of equipment to voice grade lines to provide for data transmissions at specified minimum values of line characteristics, in ranges from C1 to C4 (the best) [Common carriers often recommend no conditioning for lines transmitting at 1200 baud; C1 for 2400 baud, C2 for 4800 baud and C4 for speeds above 4800 baud ]
Also "preconditioning", "moisture treatment", "pretreatment" or "sensitization" Period of 5 to 10 days during which a physiological process occurs that enables the seed of some parasitic plants to respond to a stimulant
A term used in behaviour modification to denote the training of an individual to respond to a specific stimulus, action or event which he or she is taught to associate with a particular behaviour (Worthington, 1983)
1 A process for relieving the drying stresses in wood by subjecting the stock while in the kiln to a fairly high dry-bulb temperature and an equilibrium moisture content condition equal to or somewhat above the average moisture content of the mid thickness of the wood for a sufficient length of time to reduce tension and compression set 2 Any process designed to produce a uniform distribution of moisture in dried lumber or other wood products 3 Exposure or storage of dried stock in a controlled equilibrium moisture content condition to bring the wood to the desired moisture content for testing mechanical or physical properties or for improving performance in use
Extra-cost options that users may apply to leased, or dedicated, voice-grade telephone lines in which line impedances are carefully balanced; will generally allow for higher-quality and/or higher speed data transmission; in increasing order of resultant line quality and cost, conditioning may be C1, C2, C4, or D1; allows improved line performance with regard to frequency response and delay distortion
A condition is a particular statement the PROPICE Kernel is periodically checking It can be a waiting condition (corresponding to a wait goal in a OP) , or a preserve condition (corresponding to a passive or active preserve in a OP)
The general terms or requirements upon which the insurance is based For the mutual understanding of the parties the conditions will commonly state such matters as how the policy can be cancelled or renewed, provisions with respect to change of the insured's interest, provisions as to what an insured should do in the event of a loss, and conditions as to what he should do subsequent to a loss etc
Financial conditions or position or health go mainly with the balance sheet The idea behind the financial conditions is an assessment of whether the government has sufficient assets to cover its liabilities Since governmental balance sheets are mainly for current or annual activities, conditions refer to whether current assets can cover current liabilities However, long term liabilities can be introduced in a variety of ways to assess conditions Long term debt can be compared to indicators of tax capacity to determine if a government is putting too much pressure on its capacity Debt as a ratio of total real estate value is sometimes used to assess long term financial conditions
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