Process

(from the article `Boyle, Kay`) ...firsthand portrait of the expatriate writers in Paris during the 1920s. Words That Must Somehow Be Said: Selected Essays of Kay Boyle, 1927–1984 ...
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process

(from the article `laws, conflict of`) Even if a civil action can be properly brought before a court having jurisdiction, international aspects may have an impact on the course of the ... In a criminal proceeding, there are fewer complications caused by foreign elements than there are in civil proceedings, usually because the defendant ...
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process

(from the article `thermodynamics`) ...in one of the state functions, such as the temperature by adding heat or the volume by moving the piston. A sequence of one or more such steps ...
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process

(L: pro=for/forward ;cedere to go; procedere to go forward) the progress or course of something. A natural or involuntary series of changes. Growing old is a one way process. Most natural processes, however, have a cause and an effect. The effect is usually the cause of another process such that natural processes are intertwined in complicated ways...
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Process

(Lat. processus, pp. of procedo, to go before) A series of purposive actions, generally tending toward the production of something. A systematic forward movement, resulting in growth or decay. As employed by Whitehead (1861-), the course of actuality in its cosmological aspects. Syn. with action, becoming, existence. -- J.K.F.
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process

(pros´әs) (pro´sәs) a prominence or projection, as from a bone. a series of operations or events leading to achievement of a specific result.
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process

[n] - a sustained phenomenon or one marked by gradual changes through a series of states 2. [n] - a mental process that you are not directly aware of 3. [n] - the performance of some composite cognitive activity 4. [n] - a natural prolongation or projection from a part of an organism either animal or plant 5. [v] - deal with ...
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Process

• (n.) A series of actions, motions, or occurrences; progressive act or transaction; continuous operation; normal or actual course or procedure; regular proceeding; as, the process of vegetation or decomposition; a chemical process; processes of nature. • (n.) A statement of events; a narrative. • (n.) The whole course of proceedings...
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process

<chemistry> A change from one state to another. ... (09 Jan 1998) ...
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process

noun a mental process that you are not directly aware of; `the process of denial`
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process

physical process noun a sustained phenomenon or one marked by gradual changes through a series of states; `events now in process`; `the process of calcification begins later for boys than for girls`
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process

(art) In art, the method by which an artwork is produced. Common processes, such as painting, may be clarified by the use of more precise terminology; for example, the many painting processes include layering, dripping, stippling, and dragging
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Process

[anatomy] In anatomy, a process (processus), or apophysis, is a projection or outgrowth of tissue from a larger body. For instance, in a vertebra, a process may serve for muscle attachment and leverage (as in the case of the transverse and spinous processes), or to fit (forming a synovial joint), with another vertebra (as in the case of the...
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Process

[computing] In computing, a process is an instance of a computer program that is being executed. It contains the program code and its current activity. Depending on the operating system (OS), a process may be made up of multiple threads of execution that execute instructions concurrently. A computer program is a passive collection of instru...
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Process

[engineering] In engineering a process is a set of interrelated tasks that, together, transform inputs into outputs. These tasks may be carried out by people, nature, or machines using resources; so an engineering process must be considered in the context of the agents carrying out the tasks, and the resource attributes involved. Systems En...
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Process

[music] ===Lar Gibbon=== Category:Featured picture nominations Category:Featured picture nominations/April 2007 ...
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Process

[science] The process of science is the scientific method. This is the process of constructing an accurate, reliable, repeatable model of the real world, by scientists collectively working towards this goal over time. The scientific method is the complex process of `doing science`, that is, being expert in the content area and the scientifi...
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Process

Proc'ess noun [ French procès , Latin processus . See Proceed .] 1. The act of proceeding; continued forward movement; procedure; progress; advance. 'Long process of time.' Milton. « The thoughts of men are widened with the process of the suns...
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Process

1) It refers to the entire manner and method of a legal proceeding. 2) A writ issued by the court to the defendant asking him/her to be present in the court while the trial takes place, failure of which may lead the case against him/her.
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Process

1) The legal means by which a person is given notice of a legal proceeding or required to appear in court. (See also: service of process) 2) Proceedings in a legal matter.
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process

A description of a system. None, one or many users may be involved. The focus is on how the system operates, not on what users do. See also procedure.
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process

a legal means, such as a summons, used to subject a defendant in a lawsuit to the jurisdiction of the court; broadly, refers to all writs issued in the course of a legal proceeding
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process

a particular course of action intended to achieve a result
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Process

A process is a bony projection, like a neural spine .
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Process

a projecting appendage
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