Master

In the British navy, master was formerly the name of the officer who had the charge of the details of the navigation of the ship under the general orders of the captain. The duties discharged by the master were consigned to an officer known as navigatiizg lieutenant during the 19th century.
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Master

[martial arts] The Henry Memorial Center is a multi-purpose collegiate sports complex on the campus of Washington & Jefferson College. It houses two main athletic facilities, a gymnasium and a natatorium. The main gymnasium serves as the home site for W&J`s wrestling, volleyball, and men’s basketball team and the women’s basketball team...
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Master

[college] A Master (or in female form Mistress) is the title of the head of some colleges and other educational institutions. This applies especially at some colleges and institutions at the University of Oxford (e.g., at University College), the University of Cambridge (e.g., at Churchill College and Jesus College, although it is Mistress ...
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Master

[naval] The master, or sailing master, was a historic term for a naval officer trained in and responsible for the navigation of a sailing vessel. The rank can be equated to a professional seaman and specialist in navigation, rather than as a military commander. In the British Royal Navy, the master was a warrant officer who ranked with, but...
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master

[n] - an officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship 2. [n] - someone who holds a master`s degree from academic institution 3. [n] - directs the work of other 4. [n] - an authority qualified to teach apprentices 5. [n] - an original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made 6. [v] - be or be...
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Master

1) A control to set the level going out of the console, especially the stereo output to the two track machine in mixdown.
2) A term with the same meaning as Sub Master (a control that adjusts the level of a signal mixed together and being sent out to one track of a multitrack recorder).
3) A term with the same meaning as VCA Master (one slide...
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master

this is the general term for a first generation tape etc. A digital copy will normally be identical, but in pre-digital days the master was a unique and irreplaceable item
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master

One of two drives attached to an IDE controller, the other being Slave.
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Master

A device which controls another device, known as the slave. The final mix of a piece of music.
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Master

1. Paper or plastic plate used on a duplicating press.
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master

In Western art history, broadly any artist of outstanding ability (the old masters). Historically the term meant an artist with a studio workshop employing pupils, such as...
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Master

(see Registrar) Judicial officer of the High Court in the Royal Courts of Justice who normally deals with preliminary matters before trial
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Master

Mast'er (-ẽr) noun (Nautical) A vessel having (so many) masts; -- used only in compounds; as, a two- master .
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Master

Mas'ter (mȧs'tẽr) noun [ Middle English maistre , maister , Old French maistre , mestre , French maître , from Latin magister , orig. a double comparative from the root of magnus great, akin to Greek me`gas . Confer Maest...
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Master

Mas'ter transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Mastered ; present participle verbal noun Mastering .] 1. To become the master of; to subject to one's will, control, or authority; to conquer; to overpower; to subdue. «...
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Master

Mas'ter intransitive verb To be skillful; to excel. [ Obsolete]
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master

1. A male person having another living being so far subject to his will, that he can, in the main, control his or its actions; formerly used with much more extensive application than now. The employer of a servant. The owner of a slave. The person to whom an apprentice is articled. A sovereign, prince, or feudal noble; a chief, or one exercising si...
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master

master copy noun an original creation (i.e., an audio recording) from which copies can be made
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master

noun an officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship
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master

verb be or become completely proficient or skilled in; `She mastered Japanese in less than two years`
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Master

• (n.) The commander of a merchant vessel; -- usually called captain. Also, a commissioned officer in the navy ranking next above ensign and below lieutenant; formerly, an officer on a man-of-war who had immediate charge, under the commander, of sailing the vessel. • (n.) One who has attained great skill in the use or application of anyth...
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master

(from the article `degree`) ...and was awarded to a candidate who had studied the prescribed texts in the trivium (grammar, rhetoric, and logic) for three or four years and had ... ...on the Left Bank of the Seine, it was around the bestowal of the license by the chancellor of Notre-Dame that the university grew. It is in this ... [2...
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master

(from the article `work`) ...importance, reaching their peak in the 14th century. Their purpose was to limit the supply of labour in a profession and to control production. ... ...of manufacturing and commerce on a capitalist basis. The number of handicraft workers within the economy was expanding, yet for such workers the ... ...in ...
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master

master 1. Someone who has control over another or others. 2. The owner, or keeper, of an animal, or in the past, the owner of a slave (or slaves). 3. Anyone who has control over, or ownership, of something; such as, the master of a big cotton plantation. 4. The captain of a merchant ship; also, called a 'master mariner'. 5. The man who serves a...
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MASTER

The first drive in a dual drive combination. A master drive by itself (with no slave) is called a single drive. See slave.
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