Appropriation

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Appropriation

[By Any Other Name] `Appropriation (By Any Other Name)` was a 7` and CD release by Sheffield band The Long Blondes. It was released on June 13, 2005 on Angular Records. The song is a homage to Hitchcock`s 1958 film Vertigo. it has been said that this song is told from the point of view of Judy, due to lines such as `When I met you, I never
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Appropriation

[art] Appropriation in art is the use of pre-existing objects or images with little or no transformation applied to them. The use of appropriation has played a significant role in the history of the arts (literary, visual, musical and performing arts). In the visual arts, to appropriate means to properly adopt, borrow, recycle or sample asp
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Appropriation

The decision to set aside money for research and development (R & D), by the government agency, or granting body which controls financial resources for R & D.
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appropriation

[n] - money set aside (as by a legislature) for a specific purpose 2. [n] - a deliberate act of acquisition
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appropriation

The transfer of an asset (instead of its sale proceeds) on account of a legacy or share of residue
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appropriation

In law, the setting aside of money or other property to be applied exclusively to one use. In English civil law, a debtor who owes separate amounts to the same creditor is entitled when making a...
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Appropriation

The use of a pre-existing image(s) to form a new art work
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Appropriation

An amount of money made available by a governing body of a library or other agency for expenditure according to established budgetary and accounting practices
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Appropriation

As a term in art history and criticism refers to the more or less direct taking over into a work of art of a real object or even an existing work of art. The practice can be tracked back to the Cubist collages and constructions of Picasso and Georges Braque made from 1912 on, in which real objects such as newspapers were included to represent thems
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Appropriation

Ap·pro`pri·a'tion noun [ Latin appropriatio : confer French appropriation .] 1. The act of setting apart or assigning to a particular use or person, or of taking to one's self, in exclusion of all others; application to a special use or purpose, as of a piece of ground for a park,
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appropriation

noun a deliberate act of acquisition
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appropriation

noun money set aside (as by a legislature) for a specific purpose
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Appropriation

• (n.) The severing or sequestering of a benefice to the perpetual use of a spiritual corporation. Blackstone. • (n.) Anything, especially money, thus set apart. • (n.) The act of setting apart or assigning to a particular use or person, or of taking to one`s self, in exclusion of all others; application to a special use or purpose,
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Appropriation

The application of the payment of a sum of money, made by a debtor to his creditor, to one of several debts.
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Appropriation

[economics] Appropriation is a non-violent process by which previously unowned natural resources, particularly land, become the property of a person or group of persons. The term is widely used in economics in this sense. In certain cases, it proceeds under very specifically defined forms, such as driving stakes or other such markers into t
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Appropriation

[law] In law and government, appropriation (from Latin appropriare, `to make one`s own`, later `to set aside`) is the act of setting apart something for its application to a particular usage, to the exclusion of all other uses. It typically refers to the legislative designation of money for particular uses, in the context of a budget or spe
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Appropriation

[music] In music, appropriation is the use of borrowed elements (aspects or techniques) in the creation of a new piece, and is an example of cultural appropriation. Appropriation may be thought of as one of the placement of elements in new context, as for Gino Stefani who `makes appropriation the chief criterion for his `popular` definition
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Appropriation

[sociology] Appropriation in sociology is, according to James J. Sosnoski, `the assimilation of concepts into a governing framework...[the] arrogation, confiscation, [or] seizure of concepts.` According to Tracy B Strong it contains the Latin root proprius, which, `carries the connotations not only of property, but also of proper, stable, a
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Appropriation

Appropriation is the way a taxing body authorizes the expenditure of funds and provides for the sour
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Appropriation

[education] Appropriation is the process of constructing knowledge from social and cultural sources, and integrating it into pre-existing schemas. It is a developmental process that comes about through socially formulated, goal-directed, and tool-mediated actions. Appropriation draws on the developmental theories of Piaget and Vygotsky, as
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