chapter

[n] - any distinct period in history or in a person`s life 2. [n] - an ecclesiastical assembly of the monks in a monastery or even of the canons of a church 3. [n] - a local branch of some fraternity or association 4. [n] - a series of related events forming an episode 5. [n] - a subdivision of a written work
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Chapter

The published version of an Act of Parliament. Chapters run sequentially from 1 in each calendar year.
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chapter

In the Christian church, the collective assembly of canons (priests) who together administer a cathedral. ...
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Chapter

A section of a book
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Chapter

A section of an organisation
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Chapter

A local group of members of a larger association, as in a local NACHI Chapter. A local branch.
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Chapter

Chap'ter noun [ Old French chapitre , French chapitre , from Latin capitulum , dim. of caput head, the chief person or thing, the principal division of a writing, chapter. See Chief , and cf, Chapiter .] 1. A division of a book or treatise; as, Genesi
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Chapter

Chap'ter transitive verb 1. To divide into chapters, as a book. Fuller. 2. To correct; to bring to book, i. e. , to demand chapter and verse. [ Obsolete] Dryden.
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chapter

noun a subdivision of a written work; usually numbered and titled; `he read a chapter every night before falling asleep`
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chapter

noun a series of related events forming an episode; `a chapter of disasters`
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chapter

noun a local branch of some fraternity or association; `he joined the Atlanta chapter`
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chapter

noun any distinct period in history or in a person`s life; `the industrial revolution opened a new chapter in British history`; `the divorce was an ugly chapter in their relationship`
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Chapter

• (n.) A location or compartment. • (n.) A meeting of certain organized societies or orders. • (n.) A chapter house. • (n.) An organized branch of some society or fraternity as of the Freemasons. • (n.) A business meeting of any religious community. • (n.) An assembly of monks, or of the prebends and other clergymen co
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chapter

Just like a drama consists of acts and scenes, a novel may be subdivided into chapters to deal with things / events which belong together. Chapters are ,therefore, an element of structure.
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Chapter

A DVD 'Chapter' (somewhat confusingly referred to as a 'Part' in the parlence of DVD authors) is generally a logical segment of a Title such as a scene in a film or one interview in a set of cast interviews. There can be up to 999 Chapters in one DVD Title. dvd.sourceforge.net
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Chapter

The local group of a larger national organization, and designated by a special name, or Greek letters
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Chapter

A Chapter is a self-contained Space Marine army usually made up of a thousand or so Space Marines, as well as a large number of administrative and functionary personnel.
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Chapter

[religion] Chapter (Latin capitulum) designates certain corporate ecclesiastical bodies in the Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Nordic Lutheran churches. The word is said to be derived from the chapter of the rule book: it is a custom under the Rule of Saint Benedict that monks or nuns gather daily for a meeting to discuss monastery business,
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Chapter

[books] A chapter is one of the main divisions of a piece of writing of relative length, such as a book of prose, poetry, or law. In each case, chapters can be numbered or titled or both. An example of a chapter that has become well known is `Down the Rabbit-Hole`, which is the first chapter from Alice`s Adventures in Wonderland. The `§` s
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Chapter

Chapter of canons, whether cathedral or collegiate, is a college of priests whose role is to perform the most solemn liturgical functions in the cathedral church or collegiate
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