- Meaning and Examples
- The long and heavy hair growing on the upper side of, or about, the neck of some quadrupedal animals, as the horse, the lion, etc. See Illust. of Horse.
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According to Placet, object permanence is the understanding acquired by infants during the sensorimotor stage of development that objects continue to exist
Immanentjustice is the idea that punishment for wrong doing is absolute and inevitable; that even if undetected, wrong doing will be followed by retribution
Scheme of maneuver
Scheme of maneuver refers to the central expression of the commander’s concept for operations that governs the design of supporting plans or annexes of ...
Maneuver refers to 1. A movement to place ships, aircraft, or land forces in a position of advantage over the enemy. 2. A tactical exercise carried out at sea, in the air ...
Identification maneuver— A maneuver performed for identification purposes.
Permanent virtual circuit (PVC)
Permanent virtual circuit (PVC) is a permanent path defined even when not in use.
Temporary & Permanent accounts
Temporary accounts relate only to a given accounting period. They include all income statement accounts and the owner’s drawing account.Permanent accounts relate to one or more...
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