extension

(Dos/Win) The full stop and up to three characters at the end of a filename. An extension usually identifies the kind of information a file contains and are usually specific to particular programs, e.g. basic ASCII text files have the extension '.txt' MS Word files have the extension '.doc'

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- Time granted by a taxing authority, such as the INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (IRS), a state or city, which allows the taxpayer to file tax returns later than the original due date.
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Extension

(1) A specified amount of time granted by the AKC to an owner to enter a dog in an event prior to it becoming individually registered. (2) The reach (front) and drive (rear) that the dog exhibits during motion.
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(ek-sten´shәn) the movement by which the two ends of any jointed part are drawn away from each other. a movement bringing the members of a limb into or toward a straight condition. Buck extension a temporary type of lightweight traction applied to the distal end of a f...
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(ek-sten;shun) A movement that increases the angle between parts of a joint.
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(from the article `intension and extension`) in logic, correlative words that indicate the reference of a term or concept: `intension` indicates the internal content of a term or concept that ... ...are denoted by which predicate letters and function symbols. The truth-value (whether `true` or `false`) of ...
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(from the article `mind, philosophy of`) The Rationalist René Descartes, the earliest major philosopher of modern times, held that the essence of all that is nonmental consists in being ... ...and differential calculus. With this discovery, he ceased to consider time and space as substances—another step closer to monadology....
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(from the article `parturition`) ...while the head progresses. Soon the back of the child`s neck becomes impinged against the bones of the pelvis, in front, and the chin is forced ...
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(L. extensio) 1. the movement by which the two elements of any jointed part are drawn away from each other. 2. a movement which brings the members of a limb into or toward a straight relation.
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(Lat. ex + tendere, to stretch) Physical space, considered as a single concrete, continuum as contrasted with the abstract conceptual space of mathematics. The distinction between extension and 'space' in the abstract sense is clearly drawn by Descartes (1596-1650) in The Principles of Philosophy, part II, Princ. IV-XV. -- L.W. One of the two attri...
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[n] - a mutually agreed delay in the date set for the completion of a job or payment of a debt 2. [n] - amount or degree or range to which something extends 3. [n] - an additional telephone set that is connected to the same telephone line 4. [n] - an educational opportunity provided by colleges and universities to people who not ...
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Extension

• (v. t.) Capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objects; -- correlative of intension. • (v. t.) That property of a body by which it occupies a portion of space. • (v. t.) The operation of stretching a broken bone so as to bring the fragments into the same straight line. • (v. t.) The str...
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extension phone noun an additional telephone set that is connected to the same telephone line
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lengthiness noun amount or degree or range to which something extends; `the wire has an extension of 50 feet`
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(for nails or hair) extensión
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[Mac OS] On the Apple Macintosh operating system prior to OS X, extensions were small pieces of code that extended the system`s functionality. They were run initially at start-up time, and operated by a variety of mechanisms, including trap patching and other code modifying techniques. Initially an Apple developer hack, extensions became th...
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[metaphysics] In metaphysics, extension is, roughly speaking, the property of `taking up space`. René Descartes defines extension as the property of existing in more than one dimension. For Descartes, the primary characteristic of matter is extension, just as the primary characteristic of mind is consciousness. This can be contrasted with ...
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[music] In music, an extension is a set of musical notes that lie outside the standard range or tessitura. ==Staff== A note that lies outside the lines of a musical staff is an extension of the staff. The note will lie on a ledger line. Middle C for example is an extension note on both treble and bass clefs, however is not outside the grand...
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[predicate logic] The extension of a predicate{spaced ndash}a truth-valued function{spaced ndash}is the set of tuples of values that, used as arguments, satisfy the predicate. Such a set of tuples is a relation. For example the statement `d2 is the weekday following d1` can be seen as a truth function associating to each tuple (d2, d1) the ...
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[semantics] In any of several studies that treat the use of signs — for example, in linguistics, logic, mathematics, semantics, and semiotics — the extension of a concept, idea, or sign consists of the things to which it applies, in contrast with its comprehension or intension, which consists very roughly of the ideas, properties, or co...
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[telephone] In residential telephony, an extension telephone is an additional telephone wired to the same telephone line as another. In middle 20th century telephone jargon, the first telephone on a line was a `Main Station` and subsequent ones `Extensions`. Such extension phones allow making or receiving calls in different rooms, for examp...
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Ex·ten'sion noun [ Latin extensio : confer French extension . See Extend , transitive verb ] 1. The act of extending or the state of being extended; a stretching out; enlargement in breadth or continuation of length; increase; augmentation; expansio...
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1. <orthopaedics> The movement by which the two elements of any jointed part are drawn away from each other. ... 2. <anatomy> A movement which brings the members of a limb into or toward a straight relation. ... Origin: L. Extensio ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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a delay in the date set for the completion of something
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Extension

A movement at a joint bringing the two parts into or toward a straight line from a flexed position; opposite of flexion.
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