adjustment

Type: Term Pronunciation: ă-jŭst′mĕnt Definitions: 1. In dentistry, any modification made to a fixed or removable prosthesis during or after its insertion to perfect its adaptation and function. 2. A summarizing procedure for a statistical measure in which the effects of differences in composition of the populations being compa...
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Adjustment

[law] According to the law, the term adjustment may appear in varied contexts, as a synonym for terms with unrelated definitions: ==General Definition== Adjust: ==Common Uses== ===General Debt=== ===Insurance=== ===Accounting=== ===Principles of Law=== ===Immigration=== ===Labor Law=== ===Taxes=== ===Real Estate=== ===Business=== ...
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adjustment

Filing down the face of an overweight planchet. Such filing marks often survive the coining process. This is common on 18th century coins.
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adjustment

[n] - making or becoming suitable 2. [n] - the act of adjusting something to match a standard
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Adjustment

a modification made upon a dental prosthesis after it has been completed and inserted into the mouth.
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Adjustment

Ad·just'ment (-m e nt) noun [ Confer French ajustement . See Adjust .] 1. The act of adjusting, or condition of being adjusted; act of bringing into proper relations; regulation. « Success depends on the nicest and minutest adjustment of the parts concerned.
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adjustment

1. The act of adjusting, or condition of being adjusted; act of bringing into proper relations; regulation. 'Success depends on the nicest and minutest adjustment of the parts concerned.' (Paley) ... 2. Settlement of claims; an equitable arrangement of conflicting claims, as in set-off, contribution, exoneration, subrogation, and marshaling. ... 3....
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adjustment

accommodation noun making or becoming suitable; adjusting to circumstances
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adjustment

noun an amount added or deducted on the basis of qualifying circumstances; `an allowance for profit`
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adjustment

(ә-just´mәnt) the changing of something, such as behavior, to improve its relationship to something else.
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Adjustment

• (n.) The act of adjusting, or condition of being adjusted; act of bringing into proper relations; regulation. • (n.) Settlement of claims; an equitable arrangement of conflicting claims, as in set-off, contribution, exoneration, subrogation, and marshaling. • (n.) The operation of bringing all the parts of an instrument, as a micro...
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adjustment

(from the article `contract`) The law also allows contractual relations to be adjusted when they have been thrown out of balance by unforeseen circumstances. The task of ...
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adjustment

in psychology, the behavioral process by which humans and other animals maintain an equilibrium among their various needs or between their needs and ... [3 related articles]
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Adjustment

The operation intended to bring a transducer into a state of performance suitable for its use.
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Adjustment

The filing down of a blank to the correct weight before striking, shown by file marks. File marks are often still visible on the surface of a coin even after being struck.
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adjustment

set of operations carried out on a measuring an instrument in order that it provides given indications corresponding to given values of the measurand NOTE - When the instrument is made to give a null indication corresponding to a null value of the measurand, the set of operations is called zero adjustment.
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Adjustment

In marine insurance, adjustment is the settling of the amount of the loss which the insurer is entitled under a particular policy to recover, and if the policy is subscribed by more than one underwriter, of the amounts which the underwriters respectively are liable to pay.
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Adjustment

Adjustment means regulating, adapting or settling in a variety of contexts: == See also == ...
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ADJUSTMENT

a modification made upon a dental prosthesis after it has been completed and inserted into the mouth.
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Adjustment

The changing of part of your game to be more competitive on the particular lane and/or lane conditio
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Adjustment

Decrease or increase in the sales price of a comparable property to account for a feature that the p
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Adjustment

[psychology] In psychology, adjustment refers to the behavioural process of balancing conflicting needs, or needs against obstacles in the environment. Humans and animals regularly do this, for example, when they are stimulated by their physiological state to seek food, they eat (if possible) to reduce their hunger and thus adjust to the hu...
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adjustment

the act of making something different
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