content

  1. everything that is included in a collection
  2. what a communication that is about something is about
  3. the proportion of a substance that is contained in a mixture or alloy etc.
  4. the amount that can be contained
  5. the sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned
  6. something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representatio......

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    (from the article `aesthetics`) ...to be understood by an act of perception rather than by a process of discursive thought. At the same time, our understanding of the work of art is ... ...and form. Since content can be communicated only through form, the two are organically united, but here they will be discussed separately in order .....
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    (kon´tent) that which is contained within a thing. latent content in freudian theory, the hidden and unconscious true meaning of a symbolic representation, such as a dream or fantasy, as opposed to the manifest content. manifest content in freudian theory, ...
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    (story) The foundation of a story and the first part of the CED story analysis system. A story is nothing more than a series of events, which is really just a collection of details. These details include setting, characters, plot, complexity-simplicity, and theme.
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    [n] - the proportion of a substance that is contained in a mixture or alloy etc. 2. [n] - everything that is included in a collection 3. [n] - the sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned 4. [v] - make content 5. [v] - satisfy in a limited way
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    • (n.) An expression of assent to a bill or motion; an affirmative vote; also, a member who votes `Content.`. • (a.) To satisfy the desires of; to make easy in any situation; to appease or quiet; to gratify; to please. • (n.) That which is contained; the thing or things held by a receptacle or included within specified limits; as, th...
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    cognitive content noun the sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned
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    [algebra] In algebra, the content of a polynomial is the highest common factor of its coefficients. A polynomial is primitive if it has content unity. Gauss`s lemma for polynomials may be expressed as stating that for polynomials over a unique factorization domain, the content of the product of two polynomials is the product of their conten...
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    [Centreville, Maryland] Content, also known as C.C. Harper Farm, is a historic home located at Centreville, Queen Anne`s County, Maryland, United States. It is of brick construction, two stories high, five bays wide and one room deep, with a single flush brick chimney. The house was constructed about 1787. Also on the property are a small F...
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    [Freudian dream analysis] In Freudian dream analysis, content is both the manifest and latent content in a dream, that is, the dream itself as it is remembered, and the hidden meaning of the dream. Dreams embody the involuntary occurrences within the mind throughout various the stages of sleep. Throughout the early part of the twentieth cen...
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    [measure theory] An example of a content is a measure, which is a σ-additive content defined on a σ-field. Every (real-valued) measure is a content, but not vice-versa. Contents give a good notion of integrating bounded functions on a space but can behave badly when integrating unbounded functions, while measures give a good notion of int...
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    [media] In media production and publishing, content is information and experiences that provides value for an end-user/audience in specific contexts. Content is `something that is to be expressed through some medium, as speech, writing or any of various arts.` Content can be delivered via many different media including, but not limited to, ...
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    Con·tent' (kŏn*tĕnt') adjective [ French content , from Latin contentus , past participle of contenire to hold together, restrain. See Contain .] Contained within limits; hence, having the desires limited by that which one has; not disposed to repine or grumble...
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    Con·tent' noun 1. Rest or quietness of the mind in one's present condition; freedom from discontent; satisfaction; contentment; moderate happiness. « Such is the fullness of my heart's content . Shak. » 2. Acquiescence without examination. [ Obsolete] �...
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    Con·tent' transitive verb [ French contenter , Late Latin contentare , from Latin contentus , past participle See Content , adjective ] 1. To satisfy the desires of; to make easy in any situation; to appease or quiet; to gratify; to please. ...
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    Con'tent (kŏn'tĕnt or kŏn*tĕnt'; 277) noun ; usually in pl ., Contents . 1. That which is contained; the thing or things held by a receptacle or included within specified limits; as, the contents of a cask or bale or of a room; the con...
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    1. That which is contained within something else, usually in this sense in the plural form, contents. ... 2. In psychology, the form of a dream as presented to consciousness. ... 3. Ambiguous usage for concentration; e.g., blood haemoglobin content could mean either its concentration or the product of its concentration and the blood volume. ... Ori...
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    Content

    All the material in an email message except for the codes showing the delivery route and return-path
    Found on http://www.superglossary.com/Glossary/Technology/Email/

    Content

    Any kind of meaningful information (text, photos, videos, audio, etc) on the Internet
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    Content

    Content generally refers to the subject matter, meaning or significance of a work of art, as opposed to its form.
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    In art theory, the meaning of a work of art. The content of an artwork is not the same as its subject, such as a still life or landscape. Content includes such factors as the social or historical context of a piece, its subject and form, techniques used, and the message that the artist is trying to convey to the viewer. Features to be considered wh...
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    Content

    in this regard, the text of a web page, visible or not, examined by search robots.
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20196

    Content

    is used here to describe text, pictures, video and any other meaningful material that is on the Internet.
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22051

    content

    Meaning or message contained and communicated by a work of art, including its emotional, intellectual, symbolic, thematic, and narrative connotations.
    Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21532

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    nouns, verbs, adjectives, and most adverbs, words that carry the content of a sentence; these are also called lexical or open-class words. They contrast with function (or grammatical, or closed-class) words, such as articles, prepositions, conjunctions, auxiliary verbs, and pronouns, which can be found in almost any utterance, no matter what it is ...
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