Communication

The relationship between two model compartments such that flows leaving either compartment can get to the other.

communication

Type: Term Pronunciation: kŏ-myū-ni-kā′shŭn Definitions: 1. An opening or connecting passage between two structures. 2. In anatomy, a joining or connecting, said of fibrous, solid structures, (tendons and nerves). [anat. usage note Anastomosis is incorrectly used as a synonym.] 3. Information or ideas transmitted from one ...
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Communication

In mediumship, a message purported to be from a discarnate entity.
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Communication

In mediumship, a message purported to be from a discarnate entity.
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Communication

The transmission of information from one individual or group to another. Communication is the necessary basis of all social interaction. In face-to-face contexts, communication is carried on by the use of language, but also by many bodily cues which individuals interpret in understanding what others say and do. With the development of writing and o...
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communication

[n] - a connection allowing access between persons or places 2. [n] - the activity of communicating 3. [n] - something that is communicated by or to or between people or groups
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Communication

One of the four Cs which involves the process of imparting knowledge or information. It is an essential part of an organisation which does not mean that every individual must be able to communicate with very other but each at least should be touched by the network of communication.
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communication

The exchange of information between two points.
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Communication

Com·mu`ni·ca'tion noun [ Latin communicatio .] 1. The act or fact of communicating; as, communication of smallpox; communication of a secret. 2. Intercourse by words, letters, or messages; interchange of thoughts or opinions, by conference or other means; confere...
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communication

The exchange or transmission of ideas, attitudes, or beliefs between individuals or groups. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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communication

noun something that is communicated by or to or between people or groups
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communication

noun a connection allowing access between persons or places; `how many lines of communication can there be among four people?`; `a secret passageway provided communication between the two rooms`
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communication

noun the activity of communicating; the activity of conveying information; `they could not act without official communication from Moscow`
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Communication

• (n.) Association; company. • (n.) A trope, by which a speaker assumes that his hearer is a partner in his sentiments, and says we, instead of I or you. • (n.) That which is communicated or imparted; intelligence; news; a verbal or written message. • (n.) The act or fact of communicating; as, communication of smallpox; communic...
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communication

the exchange of meanings between individuals through a common system of symbols.[24 related articles]
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communication

communication 1. The act or process of communicating; fact of being communicated. 2. The imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs. 3. Information that is imparted, interchanged, or transmitted. 4. A document or message imparting news, views, information, etc.
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Communication

[Power Station song] `Communication` was released as the third single from The Power Station`s 1985 debut album. It featured `Communication` (Special Club Mix), `Communication` (Remix) and `Murderess` as the B-side. The remixes were done by Bernard Edwards and Josh Abbey. The video contained an array of footage showing communication in the ...
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communication

information transfer according to agreed conventions NOTE - In French and Spanish the corresponding terms 'communication' and 'comunicaci?n' have additional specific meanings in telecommunications.
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communication

information transfer according to agreed conventions NOTE - In French and Spanish the corresponding terms 'communication' and 'comunicaci?n' have additional specific meanings in telecommunications.
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communication

information transfer according to agreed conventions
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communication

communication, transfer of information, such as thoughts and messages, as contrasted with transportation, the transfer of goods and persons (see information theory). The basic forms of communication are by signs (sight) and by sounds (hearing; see language). The reduction of communication to writing...
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Communication

(Lat. communicare, to share) Intercourse between minds or selves whereby sensations, imagery or conceptional meanings are transferred from one to another. Communication includes: ordinary sense-mediated communication by means of speech, writing, gesture, facial expression and bodily attitude and allegedly direct contact between minds by mental te.....
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Communication

A term used to refer to a certain feature of sign-situations, viz. the identity, similarity or correspondence of what is understood by the interpreter with what is, or is intended to be, expressed by the speaker. By a familiar ambiguity the term is used indiscriminately to refer either to the process by which such accordance is brought about, or t....
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communication

(biology) In biology, the signalling of information by one organism to another, usually with the intention of altering the recipient's behaviour. Signals used in communication may be visual (such as the human smile or the display of colourful plumage in birds), auditory (for example, the w...
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communication

(language) The sending and receiving of messages. The messages can be verbal or nonverbal; verbal messages can be transmitted by written communication or by speaking, as well as by a variety of telecommunications. Most nonverbal messages between human beings are in the form of body languag...
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