Position

Position refers to the spatial location (rather than orientation) of an entity. The term may also refer to: ==Science and mathematics== ==Humanities, law and economics== ==Games and recreation== ==Human activity== ...
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Position

• (n.) Relative place or standing; social or official rank; as, a person of position; hence, office; post; as, to lose one`s position. • (v. t.) To indicate the position of; to place. • (n.) A method of solving a problem by one or two suppositions; -- called also the rule of trial and error. • (n.) The spot where a person or thi...
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position

(General) The placement of the cue ball on each shot relative to the next planned shot
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position

(pә-zish´әn) a bodily posture or attitude. the relationship of a given point on the presenting part of the fetus to a designated point of the maternal pelvis; see presentation.
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position

1. The state of being posited, or placed; the manner in which anything is placed; attitude; condition; as, a firm, an inclined, or an upright position. 'We have different prospects of the same thing, according to our different positions to it.' (Locke) ... 2. The spot where a person or thing is placed or takes a place; site; place; station; situati...
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position

posture noun a rationalized mental attitude
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position

view 2 perspective noun a way of regarding situations or topics etc.; `consider what follows from the positivist view`
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Position

[finance] In financial trading, a position is a binding commitment to buy or sell a given amount of financial instruments, such as securities, currencies or commodities, for a given price. The term `position` is also used in the context of finance for the amount of securities or commodities held by a person, firm, or institution, and for th...
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Position

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Position

[music] On a string instrument, position is the relative location of the hand on the instrument`s neck, indicated by ordinal numbers (e.g., 3rd). Fingering, independent of position, is indicated by numbers, 1-4, and string is indicated by Roman numerals, I-IV. Different positions on the same string are reached through shifting. With experie...
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Position

[obstetrics] In obstetrics, position is the orientation of the fetus (baby) in the womb, identified by the location of the presenting part of the fetus relative to the pelvis of the mother. Conventionally, it is the position assumed by the fetus before the process of birth, as the fetus assumes various positions and postures during the cour...
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Position

[poker] Position in poker refers to the order in which players are seated around the table and the related poker strategy implications. Players who act first are in `early position`; players who act later are in `late position`; players who act in between are in `middle position`. A player `has position` on opponents acting before him and i...
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Position

[team sports] Position in team sports refers to the joint arrangement of a team on its field of play during a game and to the standardized place of any individual player in that arrangement. Much instruction, strategy, and reporting is organized by a set of individual player positions that is standard for the sport. Some player positions ma...
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Position

[vector] The term `position vector` is used mostly in the fields of differential geometry, mechanics and occasionally in vector calculus. Frequently this is used in two-dimensional or three-dimensional space, but can be easily generalized to Euclidean spaces in any number of dimensions. ==Definition== ===Three dimensions=== In three dimensi...
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Position

Po·si'tion noun [ French position , Latin positio , from ponere , positum , to put, place; probably for posino , from an old preposition used only in comp. (akin to Greek ...) + sinere to leave, let, permit, place. See Site , and confer Composite
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Position

Po·si'tion transitive verb To indicate the position of; to place. [ R.] Encyc. Brit. Po*si'tion*al adjective Of or pertaining to position. « Ascribing unto plants positional operations.» Sir T. Browne.
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Position

A market commitment; the number of contracts bought or sold for which no offsetting transaction has been entered into. The buyer of a commodity is said to have a long position, and the seller of a commodity is said to have a short position. Related: Open contracts.
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Position

A market commitment; the number of contracts bought or sold for which no offsetting transaction has been entered into. The buyer of a commodity is said to have a long position and the seller of a commodity is said to have a short position . Related: open contracts
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Position

A market commitment; the number of contracts bought or sold for which no offsetting transaction has
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position

a place where a player plays relative to teammates, and/or a role filled by that player
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Position

A place where a player plays relative to teammates, and/or a role filled by that player
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Position

A standard couple relationship, e.g., closed, banjo, sidecar.
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position

a way of regarding situations or topics etc.
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Position

How the baby is lying, for example to the right or left of the pelvis.
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Position

How the baby is lying, for example to the right or left of the pelvis.
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