lineage

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İngilizce - İngilizce
Descent in a line from a common progenitor; progeny; race; descending line of offspring or ascending line of parentage
A number of lines of text in a column

Total newspaper advertising lineage in the North Atlantic region.

{n} a race, family, descent, pedigree
A newspaper term which denotes the number of lines or amount of space in an ad Also refers to number of lines of space run by a publication either in total or by certain product categories
Unilineal descent group based on demonstrated descent
the descendants of one individual; "his entire lineage has been warriors
For a replicator L in a uniparental clade, the sequence of n+1 members L0, L1, L2, , Ln where L0 = L, and Lk+1 = the parent of Lk The last member of the lineage, Ln, is the founder of the clade This sequence of ancestors begins with the individual and moves back in time, reversing the usual sense of the word "lineage "
Lineage is the collective history of a data object Every data object has a lineage - it always has parents! At Science Tools' we take the lineage of objects seriously because it is the foundation upon which scientific defensibility rests in a computing environment Without a known lineage, scientists and researchers cannot be sure of their data With it, however, all manner of exploration of possibilities may be examined for the determination of correctness of algorithms, and other aspects of science
The direct line of teachers and students descending from the originator of a particular spiritual practice
Direct line of descent to or from an ancestor
Any continuous line of descent; any series of organisms connected by reproduction by parent of offspring
A chart that traces the flow of genetic information from generation to generation
inherited properties shared with others of your bloodline
A group of persons tracing descent from a common ancestor
The total amount of space taken up by advertisement, expressed in agate lines or column inches Can refer to a single ad, total ad space for a page, an entire paper or a total amount over some period of time
The number of agate lines/mm/cm, of space occupied by one advertisement or a series of advertisements, or the total volume, measured in the same way, used by an advertiser, a group of advertisers, etc , or contained in a medium
a succession or network of Initiates who carry out spiritual ministry The most common lineage is a historical succession In this type, spiritual power from an ensouling entity that has obtained Mastery in one band of the Great Continuum of Consciousness is passed to another who has reached the same spiritual attainment In the other type, called a bodhisattwic lineage, Masters of different orders of spiritual development link their abilities together to establish a coordinated ministry An example of this type of lineage is the Hierarchy of Light, in which Masters occupy offices with specific types of ministry, under the aegis of the Divine Will The 11 Masters of the Mudrashram® lineage (at the time of this writing) are also arranged as a bodhisattwic lineage, where Multiplane Masters of different levels function together seamlessly
A line of instruction that has been passed down from Teacher to disciple, with each Guru in the line having gained personal experience of the instruction before passing it on to others
the kinship relation between an individual and the individual's progenitors
direct line of descent from an ancestor; ancestry; progeny
An historical sequence of ancestors and descendants
the sequence of processing steps leading to the creation of some data or information product; can also be thought of as the processing history of a product
the descendants of one individual; "his entire lineage has been warriors"
Someone's lineage is the series of families from which they are directly descended. They can trace their lineage directly back to the 18th century. the way in which members of a family are descended from other members line, ancestry ancestry
A group of ancestral-descendant species that are reproductively isolated from other lineages, a line of common descent
Chronological list of the previous versions of the dataset from the original data up to the source version used for the GED (including data processing to produce the integrated version for the GED) Sufficient information should be given to identify the previous versions and their source, including the primary persons involved, their role, address, and contact information
the number of lines in a piece of printed material
Describes cells in a developmental sequence that terminates in one blood cell type, i e , red cell lineage, B lymphocyte lineage, etc
A group of persons tracing descent from a common ancestor; in Somalia the ancestor is male, and descent is traced through males The group carries his name A lineage may be part of a larger one and may consist of several smaller ones
The unimpaired continuity of wisdom, commencing with the Buddha, transmitted from master to disciple unbroken down to the present time
{i} direct descent from an ancestor; ancestry, family, genealogy
the number of agate lines of space occupied by one advertisement or a series of advertisements, or the total volume, measured in the same way, used by an advertiser, a group of advertisers, etc , or contained in a medium
a rate of payment for written material that is measured according to the number of lines submitted
a corporate descent group whose members can trace their genealogical links to a known common ancestor
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In print, the number of agate lines to be used for an advertisement or for a series of advertisements, now made somewhat obsolete by the declining use of agate-line measurements (see Agate line)
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Alternative spelling of lineage
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a rate of payment for written material that is measured according to the number of lines submitted
linage
a rate of payment for written material that is measured according to the number of lines submitted the number of lines in a piece of printed material
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Refers to the size of an ad, based on the number of lines of type taken up by the ad
linage
the number of lines in a piece of printed material
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- Total lines of advertising; for example, a three column by ninety line advertisement has a total linage of 270 lines A client's linage in a specific publication may run to tens of thousands per month By anticipating its clients' linage requirements, Michael J Motto Advertising can negotiate more advantageous rates with the media
linage
{i} (Printing) number of lines; payment according to the number of lines
lineages
plural of lineage
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