Material

Material is a broad term for the (chemical) substance or a mixture of substances that constitute a thing. See: Material may also refer to: ...
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Material

(adj) The term 'Material' is used to denote the significance or relevance of any article, action or value with respect to the population of the article, effects of the action or total value involved to have an effect on the outcome
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material

(from the article `materials science`) the study of the properties of solid materials and how those properties are determined by a material`s composition and structure. It grew out of an ... One of the goals of cluster science is the creation of new kinds of materials. The possible preparation of diamond films is one such application; ....
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material

[adj] - concerned with worldly rather than spiritual interests 2. [adj] - concerned with or affecting physical as distinct from intellectual or psychological well-being 3. [adj] - directly relevant to a matter especially a law case 4. [adj] - derived from or composed of matter 5. [n] - the tangible substance that goes into th...
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Material

• (a.) Consisting of matter; not spiritual; corporeal; physical; as, material substance or bodies. • (a.) Of solid or weighty character; not insubstantial; of cinsequence; not be dispensed with; important. • (v. t.) To form from matter; to materialize. • (a.) Hence: Pertaining to, or affecting, the physical nature of man, as dis...
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material

adjective concerned with or affecting physical as distinct from intellectual or psychological well-being; `material needs`; `the moral and material welfare of all good citizens`- T.Roosevelt
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Material

Ma·te'ri·al adjective [ Latin materialis , from materia stuff, matter: confer French matériel . See Matter , and confer MatÉriel .] 1. Consisting of matter; not spiritual; corporeal; physical; as, material substance or bodies. « The ma...
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material

1. Consisting of matter; not spiritual; corporeal; physical; as, material substance or bodies. 'The material elements of the universe.' (Whewell) ... 2. Hence: Pertaining to, or affecting, the physical nature of man, as distinguished from the mental or moral nature; relating to the bodily wants, interests, and comforts. ... 3. Of solid or weighty c...
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Material

1) Relevant and significant information -- for example, material evidence as distinguished from evidence of minor importance. 2) An essential contractual condition -- for example, a material provision -- which, if not performed is justification for the other party to claim breach of contract and seek remedies. 3) A type of representation made to in...
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Material

A physical substance used as an input to production or manufacturing.
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Material

A set of mathematical attributes that determine the ways in which the surface of a model to which they are applied reacts to light. These attributes are sub-divided into individual channels.
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material

adj. relevant and significant. In a lawsuit, "material evidence" is distinguished from totally irrelevant or of such minor importance that the court will either ignore it, rule it immaterial if objected to, or not allow lengthy testimony upon such a matter. A "material breach" of a contract is a valid excuse by the other party not to perform. Howev...
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Material

American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) number for the material being used to manufacture the part (e.g., C12L14, C1137, 316SS, 4140)
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Material

Any item that is a consumed, damaged or simply required to complete a industry activity.
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Material

Can refer to a single joke, a bit, a routine, or one’s entire act. `I feel really good about the new material I’ve been working on lately. It’s darker and edgier than my old material.”
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material

Information important enough to change an investor's decision. Insignificant information has no effect on decisions, so there is no need to report it. Materiality includes the absolute value and relationship of an amount to other information.
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material

material, materials 1. Woven flat cloth or fabric. 2. A substance used to make things. 3. Information; such as, facts, notes, and research used in the making of a book, movie, or other creative work. 4. Someone regarded in terms of his or her suitability to perform a particular job or task. 5. The tools and other things needed to perform a part...
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material

the passive or objective aspect of something-that is, the aspect which is based on the experience a subject has, or on the objects given in such an experience. (Cf. formal.)
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material

the passive or objective aspect of something-that is, the aspect that is based on the experience a subject has, or on the objects given in such an experience. (Cf. formal.)
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material

Type: Term Pronunciation: mă-tē′rē-ăl Definitions: 1. That of which something is made or composed; the constituent element of a substance.
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Material

Usually refers to unconverted stock, pressure-sensitive or not.
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