impact

  1. the striking of one body against another
  2. a forceful consequence
  3. influencing strongly
  4. the violent interaction of individuals or groups entering into combat

Impact

[TV programme] ==History== As part of a shake-up of the BBC World News schedule, on 1 February 2010 presenter based strands were developed to give more focus on the names hosting each slot. These replaced several editions of BBC World News. Impact Asia was developed as one of these slots. In 2011 the programme was renamed Impact to avoid th...
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IMPACT

Inventory management program and control technique.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20108

impact

A measurement of customer reaction to advertising and merchandising.
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impact

[Noun] Plural form: impacts. A strong effect or influence. Can also mean the force or action when an object hits something else.
Example: The Beatles had an enormous impact on British music.
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impact

[n] - a forceful consequence 2. [n] - the striking of one body against another 3. [v] - press or wedge together
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Impact

Unit measure of commercial audience delivery, with one impact being equal to one person's viewing of one 30 second advertising spot. Impacts also referred to as Gross impressions.
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Impact

A collision of a mass in motion with a second mass. See also: Conservation of Momentum.
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Impact

Dynamic loads, (other than wind loads) imparted to the structure by shock or collision.
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Impact

Dynamic loads, (other than wind loads) imparted in the structure by shock or collision.
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IMPACT

Faraday - Innovative Materials Development and Product Formulation by the application of Colloid Technology - Colloid technolog R&D
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Impact

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle [IL]
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Impact

Impact: To lodge firmly or wedge in.
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Impact

Im·pact' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Impacted ; present participle & verbal noun Impacting .] [ Latin impactus , past participle of impingere to push, strike against. See Impinge .] To drive close;...
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Impact

Im'pact noun 1. Contact or impression by touch; collision; forcible contact; force communicated. « The quarrel, by that impact driven.» Southey. 2. (Mech.) The single instantaneous stroke of a body in motion against another either in motion or at rest...
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impact

1. Contact or impression by touch; collision; forcible contact; force communicated. 'The quarrel, by that impact driven.' (Southey) ... 2. <mechanics> The single instantaneous stroke of a body in motion against another either in motion or at rest. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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impact

noun the striking of one body against another
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Impact

• (n.) The single instantaneous stroke of a body in motion against another either in motion or at rest. • (n.) Contact or impression by touch; collision; forcible contact; force communicated. • (v. t.) To drive close; to press firmly together: to wedge into a place.
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Impact

[Image comic] ==Non-free use rationale== == Licensing: == ...
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IMPACT

[organisation] IMPACT is an international initiative which focusses on preventive and social health and promote awareness and intervention to prevent avoidable disability. Founded in 1980s by Sir John Wilson, IMPACT was formed as a part of the UNs Decade of disabled people. The UK IMPACT Foundation (UKIF), which is the central organisation ...
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Impact

Impact is advertising slang for one advert seen by one person one time.
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Impact

Impact is advertising slang for one advert seen by one person one time.
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impact

Type: Term Pronunciation: im-pakt Definitions: 1. The forcible striking of one body against another. 2. To press two bodies, parts, or fragments closely together so that the two parts move as a single unit.
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impact

The moment when the ball strikes the club. in The second nine holes as opposed to out - the first nine holes
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Impact

When the club strikes the ball.
Found on http://www.golfeurope.com/almanac/golf_terms/lex_i.htm
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