Quality

A descriptive word used for cattle referring to its condition, eg poor, plain, good. Is generally used in market reports when describing fat cover, muscularity etc.
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quality

(251) profession.
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quality

(from the article `metaphysics`) ...difficult, however, for the metaphysician to come up with more satisfactory answers of his own. Many metaphysicians have relied, in this ... The `qualities` of an object are its powers to cause ideas in the mind. One consequence of this usage is that, in Locke`s epistemology, words ... [2...
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quality

[adj] - of high social status 2. [n] - high social status 3. [n] - a characteristic property that defines the apparent individual nature of something 4. [n] - a degree or grade of excellence or worth 5. [n] - an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone
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Quality

• (n.) An acquired trait; accomplishment; acquisition. • (n.) Superior birth or station; high rank; elevated character. • (n.) That which makes, or helps to make, anything such as it is; anything belonging to a subject, or predicable of it; distinguishing property, characteristic, or attribute; peculiar power, capacity, or virtue; di...
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quality

calibre noun a degree or grade of excellence or worth; `the quality of students has risen`; `an executive of low caliber`
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quality

adjective of high social status; `people of quality`; `a quality family`
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Quality

[business] Quality in business, engineering and manufacturing has a pragmatic interpretation as the non-inferiority or superiority of something; it is also defined as fitness for purpose. Quality is a perceptual, conditional, and somewhat subjective attribute and may be understood differently by different people. Consumers may focus on the ...
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Quality

[physics] In response theory, the quality of an excited system is related to the number of excitation frequencies to which it can respond. In the case of a homogeneous, isotropic system, the quality is proportional to the FWHM. This sense of the phrase is the precursor of the usage of the word in music theory. In music theory, quality is th...
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Quality

Qual'i·ty noun ; plural Qualities . [ French qualité , Latin qualitas , from qualis how constituted, as; akin to English which . See Which .] 1. The condition of being of such and such a sort as distinguished from others; nature or character...
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Quality

1. The theoretical concept of delivering superior products, usually through some sort of statistical control method. 2. Marketing Countering bad reviews and user complaints by loudly extending the warranty period for new purchasers only.
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Quality

1.) A term which refers to the type of construction of a woven fabric. 2.) A term which refers to a product's lack of deficiencies.
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Quality

A descriptive word used for cattle referring to its condition, eg poor, plain, good. Is generally used in market reports when describing fat cover, muscularity etc.
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Quality

An attribute or level of excellence. The standard of a product, service, etc., as measured against similar products, services, etc. A distinctive characteristic or attribute possessed by someone or something.
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Quality

An intrinsic accident that modifies or determines a substance in itself. It completes or perfects a substance in its being or operation. It answers the question
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Quality

Conformance to specification.
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Quality

Grade of sub-grade of structural steel. (See BS4360 for hot rolled sections.)
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Quality

HMAS Quality was a British-built Australian Queensborough Class destroyer of 1705 tons displacement launched in 1942 and lent to the Royal Australian Navy in 1945. HMAS Quality was powered by two Admiralty 3-drum type boilers and carried a complement of 220. She was armed with four 4.7 inch guns; four 2 pdr guns; two 40 mm anti-aircraft guns; 20 mm...
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Quality

In a managed care context, an MCO's success in providing healthcare and other services in such a way
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Quality

One dimension along which products can be differentiated. One basis for intraindustry trade is product differentiation in quality, together with differences in comparative advantage for producing quality as well as differences in preference for quality within a heterogeneous population.
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Quality

Quality is, according to the Institute of Medicine (IOM), the degree to which health services for individuals and populations increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes and are consistent with current professional knowledge. Quality can be defined as a measure of the degree to which delivered health services meet established professional st...
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Quality

Refers to the texture of the feathers of the bird. They should be fine and soft and should fit the body closely and tightly with no suggestion of coarseness or looseness. In the Gold Lizard they may be described as 'silky' and in the Silver Lizard as 'velvety'. An important characteristic of the Lizard.
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Quality

Refinement, fineness, a degree of excellence.
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Quality

Subjective term relating to expectations by the customer, printer and other professionals associated with a printing job and whether the job meets those expectations.
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quality

The ability of a product, service or process to provide the intended value. For example, a hardware component can be considered to be of high quality if it performs as expected and delivers the required reliability. Process quality also requires an ability to monitor effectiveness and efficiency, and to improve them if necessary. See also quality m...
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