Intent

The core desire behind spell and ritual workings. The true intent may or may not be what results when an individual performs a spell or ritual. Thoughts and emotions need to both be utilized in order to reveal the true intent. Careful meditation and reflection can aid in revealing the true desire behind one`s need. The true goal or purpose is not always immediately or consciously clear to us and it is important to determine this because not knowing can cause a working to have unexpected or unwanted effects. When the true intent of one`s magick is clear, magick is that much easier and likely to be successful....

Intent

[military] Intent is a key capability in 21st century military operations and is a vital element to facilitate subordinates initiative (U.S Army 2003, para.1-69), self-synchronisation (Alberts et al. 1999, pp. 175–180) and collaboration and cooperation (Alberts and Hayes 2007,pp. 109–114) amongst team members in joint operations. == Int...
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Intent

[disambiguation] Intent or intention refers an agent`s specific purpose in performing an action or series of actions. Intent or intention may also refer to: ...
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intent

[n] - the intended meaning of a communication
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Intent

In·tent' adjective [ Latin intentus , past participle of intendere . See Intend , and confer Intense .] 1. Closely directed; strictly attentive; bent; -- said of the mind, thoughts, etc.; as, a mind intent on self-improvement. 2. Having the mind cl...
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Intent

In·tent' noun [ Middle English entent , entente , attention, purpose, Old French entente , French entente understanding, meaning; a participial noun, from F. & Old French entendre . See Intend .] The act of turning the mind toward an object; hence, a design; ...
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intent

purport noun the intended meaning of a communication
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Intent

• (a.) Closely directed; strictly attentive; bent; -- said of the mind, thoughts, etc.; as, a mind intent on self-improvement. • (n.) The act of turning the mind toward an object; hence, a design; a purpose; intention; meaning; drift; aim. • (a.) Having the mind closely directed to or bent on an object; sedulous; eager in pursuit of ...
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intent

intent 1. Firmly directed or fixed; earnest; intense [a stretching out, extending]. 2. Having the mind or attention firmly directed or fixed; engrossed; strongly resolved. 3. Something intended; specifically, a purpose, object, or aim.
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Intent

(Lat. intensus, pp. of intendere, to stretch) The act of directing the mind towards an object. See Intentionality. -- L.W.
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Intent

The determination or resolve to do a certain thing, or the state of mind with which something is done.
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Intent

It refers to mental state of a person while performing a certain act. It refes to the desire to perform that act at that time. Such state of mind could have an influence of the surroundings too at the time of performing that act. Thus in a trial, it is very necessary for the attornies to make sure that intent of the person for commiting the crime.
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Intent

The mental desire to act in a particular way. Many crimes require that in order to be found guilty, the perpetrator must have intended to do what he did. An act may be one of many possible crimes depending on the intent of the perpetrator. For example, if A shoots and wounds B, the offense could be attempted murder (if A intended to kill B), assaul...
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Intent

[Android] An Intent in the Android operating system is a software mechanism that allows users to coordinate the functions of different applications to achieve a task. An Intent is a messaging object which provides a facility for performing late runtime binding between the code in different applications in the Android development environment...
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Intent

Mass media in the Vietnamese language in the United States. ...
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Intent

An message object that you can use to launch or communicate with other applications/activities asynchronously. An Intent object is an instance of Intent. It includes several criteria fields that you can supply, to determine what application/activity receives the Intent and what the receiver does when handling the Intent. Available criteria include ...
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