It is Stephen Gardiner, black and scowling, his aspect in no way improved by his trip to Rome.
A grammatical quality of a verb (in certain, originally specifically Slavic, languages) which determines the relationship of the speaker to the internal temporal flow of the event the verb describes; whether the speaker views the event from outside as a whole, or from within as it is unfolding
The phrase "I am reading" is in the progressive aspect, signifying that the action is still in progress Contrast this with "I read" which does not likely refer to an action that is currently in progress Aspect goes further than this, but we shall not pursue the details of aspect in this subject If interested, you could try Huddleston, R , "Introduction to the Grammar of English" Cambridge, 1984, pp 157-158 and elsewhere
the orientation, or the direction that a surface faces, with respect to the directions of the compass: north, south, east, west
The angular relationship between planets and other points in the horoscope These are often divided into Major and Minor aspects The Major aspects include the Conjunction, Sextile, Square, Trine and Opposition, while the Minor aspects are derived mathematically from these and include the Quincunx, Semi-square, Semi-sextile, Sesquiquadrate, Quintile and Bi-Quintile The interpretation of aspects depends on the planets or points involved, as well as the particular aspect itself The degree of arc in which the aspect has effect depends on the nature of the planets involved and is called an Orb
In grammar, aspect is the way that a verb group shows whether an activity is continuing, is repeated, or is completed. For example, in `They were laughing', the verb is in the progressive aspect and shows that the action was continuing. Compare tense
The situation of planets or stars with respect to one another, or the angle formed by the rays of light proceeding from them and meeting at the eye; the joint look of planets or stars upon each other or upon the earth
The direction that a slope faces (north, south, etc ) -B- Basal area -- The cross-sectional area of a tree, in square feet, at 4 5 feet from the ground (breast height) When the basal area of all the trees in a stand are summed, the result is expressed as square feet of basal area per acre, which is a measure of a stand's density
The display or presentation of a wayside signal that provides an indication viewed from the direction of an approaching train; the appearance of a cab signal conveying an indication as viewed by an operator in the cab
If an immersed plane meets a current of fluid long side foremost, or in broadside aspect, it sustains more pressure than when placed short side foremost
the visual percept of a region; "the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
Position or situation with regard to seeing; that position which enables one to look in a particular direction; position in relation to the points of the compass; as, a house has a southern aspect, that is, a position which faces the south
grammatical quality of a verb which determines the relationship of the speaker to the internal temporal flow of the event the verb describes; whether the speaker views the event from outside as a whole, or from within as it is unfolding
The orientation or position of a map projection graticule in respect to the lines of latitude and longitude on the globe they are representing For example, the planar family of projections may be grouped into three aspects: polar, equatorial and oblique (The term case", is also used in cartographic literature)
The ratio of width to height in a flat surface or 2-dimensional abstract construction, such as an image, character, or pixel. 4: 3 (or 1.33: 1) is the standard ratio for NTSC video. 1.85: 1 and 2.35: 1 are the most common aspect ratios for motion pictures
Lateral - the ratio of the length of a structure in the plane of the wafer to its width in that plane Vertical - the ratio of the height of a structure perpendicular to the wafer's surface to its depth in the wafer's plane
The wingspan divided by the chord Aspect ratio is important where a wing's efficiency is concerned A short aspect ratio (short wings) is better for maneuvering, since it allows a high roll rate Short wings are also stronger than long wings Gliders use high-aspect ratio wings (long, skinny wings) because they are more efficient for soaring flight Example: 10 ft wingspan with a 1 ft chord has an aspect ratio of 10
The ratio of width to height in photographic prints - 2: 3 in 35 mm pictures to produce photographs most commonly measuring 3 5 x 5 inches or 4 x 6 inches; Advanced Photo System cameras deliver three aspect ratios as selected by the user See also Interspersed Aspect Ratio The Advanced Photo System's three user selectable print formats: "C" - 2: 3 aspect ratio used in 35 mm photography "H" - 9: 16 aspect ratio used by high-definition television (HDTV) "P" - 1: 3 aspect ratio produces prints of 3 5 x 10 5 inches or up to 4 5 x 11 5 inches; suitable for panoramic shots
The ratio of the width of a television picture or television screen to its height The ratio for conventional television systems is 4: 3 In advanced television systems (e g widescreen) the ratio is usually 14: 9 or 16: 9, which better approximate the aspect ratio used in cinema
The ratio of the width (q v ) of the flag to its length (q v ) For example, a flag 36 inches along the hoist (width) by 60 inches from left to right (length) would have an aspect ratio of 1: 1 67 In some circles the words height and width are substituted for width and length, respectively Also, scientifically speaking, aspect may also use the width as the base reference, making the preceding example 1 67: 1
The width-to-height ratio of a television picture Today's analog TV pictures have an aspect ratio of 4: 3 That is, the picture is slightly rectangular, being wider than it is tall The high-definition mode of digital TV presents the picture in an aspect ratio of 16: 9, almost twice as wide as it is tall This is similar to the pictures shown in movie theaters
The dimension of a mailpiece expressed as a ratio of length divided by height (for letters and cards, length is the dimension parallel to the address as read) For example, a postcard 5-1/2 inches long by 3-1/2 inches high has an aspect ratio of 1 57 An aspect ratio between 1 3 and 2 5, inclusive, is required for automation compatibility Also see nonmachinable surcharge
The proportions of a TV or film picture, generally given as the ratio of the width to height The standard TV picture has an aspect ratio of 4x3, or 4: 3 High-definition video systems may have aspect ratios of 6x8 or greater
In computer displays and graphics, the ratio of the width of a picture or picture area to its height For example, an aspect ratio of 2: 1 indicates that the picture is twice as wide as it is high The aspect ratio is an important factor in maintaining correct proportions when a picture is incorporated into another document such as a Web page
The frequentative aspect refers to a subclass of imperfective verbs that denotes a continuously repeated action. An example in English would be the frequentative verb "to crackle," as opposed to the nonfrequentative "to crack."
: The iterative aspect refers to a subclass of imperfective verbs that denotes a continuously repeated action. An example in English would be the iterative verb "to sniffle," as opposed to the noniterative "to sniff."
: The perfective aspect is a feature of the verb which denotes viewing the event the verb describes as a completed whole, rather than from within the event as it unfolds. For example, "she sat down" as opposed to "she was sitting down". Since the focus is on the completion of what is expressed by the verb, this aspect is generally associated with the past and future tenses. This term is often used interchangeably with aorist aspect. This is not to be confused with the perfect tense
(Dilbilim) The aktionsart or lexical aspect of a verb is a part of the way in which that verb is structured in relation to time. Any event, state, process, or action a verb expresses—collectively, any eventuality—may also be said to have the same aktionsart. Lexical aspect should be distinguished from grammatical aspect: lexical aspect is a classification of verbs. Grammatical aspect is a classification of different (conjugated) forms of a single verb
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) In Jungian psychology, the shadow or "shadow aspect" is a part of the unconscious mind consisting of repressed weaknesses, shortcomings, and instincts. It is one of the three most recognizable archetypes, the others being the anima and animus and the persona. "Everyone carries a shadow," Jung wrote, "and the less it is embodied in the individual's conscious life, the blacker and denser it is." It may be (in part) one's link to more primitive animal instincts, which are superseded during early childhood by the conscious mind
- Forms, facets or personas of Deity: for example, Artemis, Persephone, and Kore are aspects of the Maiden, and the maiden is an aspect of the Goddess; Helios, Ra, and Apollo are all solar aspects of the God "All Goddesses are one Goddess; all Gods are one God"
The angular distances between two factors (e g , planets) in the horoscope, in celestial longitude The most commonly used aspects are the conjunction 0, opposition 180 degrees , square 90 degrees , trine 120 degrees , sextile 60 degrees , and quincunx 150 degrees Other aspects also exist Aspects between planets (and other points in the chart) are assumed to indicate certain themes of cooperation, challenge, pulling apart, etc , in terms of personality, events, and relationships with others
One planet is in aspect to another when there is a specific number of degrees between them, measured around the circumference of the birth chart Important aspects: the conjunction (0°), the sextile (60°), the square (90°), the trine (120°), the opposition (180°)
Angled, Head On and Parallel refer to the aspects of a panel A panel may have more than one aspect For example, the same panel may be head on to road 'A' and angled to road 'B' Therefore, the sum of aspects may well exceed the total number of panels
Abilities Aspects are broad catagories which classify specific abilities The abilities in each aspect are all related to one another In most cases, those born with psi abilities will find that the abilities in some aspects are easier for them than the abilities in other aspects These aspects are listed below
The relationships between the planets are measured by astrologers, and if there is a connection between specific degrees, the planets are said to be "in aspect" to one another The relationship can be expressed positively or negatively, depending on the planets involved and the specific angles at which they connect
or dual-aspect theory Type of mind-body monism. According to double-aspect theory, the mental and the material are different aspects or attributes of a unitary reality, which itself is neither mental nor material. The view is derived from the metaphysics of Benedict de Spinoza, who held that mind and matter are merely two of an infinite number of "modes" of a single existing substance, which he identified with God. See also mind-body problem
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