cabinet

A piece of furniture incorporating both drawer and cupboard space designed for the storage or display of small objects, especially precious ones. The word 'cabinet' - to the end of the 16thC exclusively and to a lesser extent to the early 16thC - referred to a small room in which precious articles and works of art were displayed. Towards the end of …...

Cabinet

A box or curtained enclosure in which a physical medium is secured and from which various phenomena may manifest (e.g., lights, objects moving, instruments played). Certain stage magicians can simulate this procedure with great effect.
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Cabinet

A way of running local authorities based on the Westminster model of cabinet government. Up to 10 councillors are chosen to take on the day to day running of a local authority - they are either appointed by a directly elected mayor or elected by their fellow local politicians. All but the smallest councils have a cabinet.
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Cabinet

A box or curtained enclosure in which a physical medium is secured and from which various phenomena may manifest (e.g., lights, objects moving, instruments played). Certain stage magicians can simulate this procedure with great effect.
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Cabinet

The group of senior ministers at the head of the government.
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cabinet

[adj] - relating to or used in making cabinets 2. [adj] - relating to or being a member of a governmental cabinet 3. [n] - persons appointed by a head of state to head executive departments of government and act as official advisers 4. [n] - a storage compartment for clothes and valuables 5. [n] - housing for electronic instr...
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cabinet

In politics, the group of ministers holding a country's highest executive positions who decide government policy. In Britain the cabinet system originated under the Stuarts in the 17th century....
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Cabinet

a group of people appointed by a Prime Minister to hold the most important posts in government (in Britain they are MPs and appointed Ministers)
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Cabinet

Cabinets are made up of the most senior people in the Welsh Assembly. They are selected by the First Minister to be responsible for areas like, Health, Education, Environment etc.
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Cabinet

Cab'i·net (kăb'ĭ*nĕt) noun [ French, dim. of cabine or cabane . See Cabin , noun ] 1. A hut; a cottage; a small house. [ Obsolete] « Hearken a while from thy green cabinet , The rural song of careful Colinet. Sp...
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Cabinet

Cab'i·net adjective Suitable for a cabinet; small. « He [ Varnhagen von Ense] is a walking cabinet edition of Goethe. For. Quar. Rev. »
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Cabinet

Cab'i·net intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Cabineted ; present participle & verbal noun Cabineting .] To inclose [ R.] Hewyt.
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cabinet

noun a piece of furniture resembling a cupboard with doors and shelves and drawers; for storage or display
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cabinet

noun persons appointed by a head of state to head executive departments of government and act as official advisers
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cabinet

storage locker noun a storage compartment for clothes and valuables; usually it has a lock
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cabinet

noun housing for electronic instruments, as radio or television
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Cabinet

• (n.) A set of drawers or a cupboard intended to contain articles of value. Hence: • (n.) A private room in which consultations are held. • (n.) Any building or room set apart for the safe keeping and exhibition of works of art, etc.; also, the collection itself. • (n.) The advisory council of the chief executive officer of a n...
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cabinet

(from the article `book collecting`) There are at least as many types of book collectors as there are kinds of books. Traditional approaches tended to fall within three genres: the ... A collection such as these was normally known as a cabinet in 16th-century England and France, while in German-speaking Europe the equivalents Kammer ......
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cabinet

in political systems, a body of advisers to a chief of state who also serve as the heads of government departments. The cabinet has become an ... [11 related articles]
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cabinet

in furniture design, originally a small room for displaying precious objects and later a piece of furniture composed of a network of small drawers ... [4 related articles]
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Cabinet

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Cabinet

[room] A cabinet was one of a number of terms for a private room in the domestic architecture and that of palaces of early modern Europe, a room serving as a study or retreat, usually for a man. The cabinet would be furnished with books and works of art, and sited adjacent to his bedchamber, the equivalent of the Italian Renaissance studiol...
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Cabinet

[European Commission] In the European Commission, a cabinet (the French pronunciation, cab-ee-nay, is used) is the personal office of a European Commissioner. The role of a cabinet is to give political guidance to its Commissioner, while technical preparation is handled by the DGs (the European Civil Service). ==Composition== The Commission...
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CABINET

A large area which holds one or more racks, often leased by companies for purposes of co-location.
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cabinet

cabinet, group of advisers to the head of the state who themselves are usually the heads of the administrative government departments. The nature of the cabinet differs widely in various countries. In Great Britain, where the cabinet system originated, it was at first a committee of the privy counci...
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