thing

An open air meeting held to discuss the law.

thing

  1. a special situation
  2. an action
  3. an artifact
  4. an event
  5. a statement regarded as an object
  6. any attribute or quality considered as having its own existence
  7. a special abstraction
  8. a vaguely specified concern
  9. a special objective
  10. a persistent illogical feeling of desire or aversion
  11. a separate and self-contained entity
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thing

(from the article `property law`) ...may be structured. What distinguishes property law from other kinds of law is that property law deals with the relationships between and among ... Anglo-American law is generally less concerned with matters of definition than is the civil law. Except in the United States, where defining ... [2 rel...
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thing

[n] - a special situation 2. [n] - a persistent illogical feeling of desire or aversion 3. [n] - an event 4. [n] - a statement regarded as an object 5. [n] - a special objective 6. [n] - a special abstraction 7. [n] - any attribute or quality considered as having its own existence 8. [n] - an entity that is not na...
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Thing

• (n.) Alt. of Ting • (n.) An inanimate object, in distinction from a living being; any lifeless material. • (n.) Whatever may be possessed or owned; a property; -- distinguished from person. • (n.) A diminutive or slighted object; any object viewed as merely existing; -- often used in pity or contempt. • (n.) In Scandinavi...
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thing

noun a separate and self-contained entity
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Thing

[assembly] A thing (Old Norse, Old English and Icelandic: Ă¾ing; German, Dutch ding; modern Scandinavian languages: ting) was the governing assembly in Germanic societies and introduced into some Celtic societies, made up of the free people of the community and presided by lawspeakers, meeting in a place called a thingstead. Today, the term...
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Thing

[listening device] The Thing, also known as the Great Seal bug, was one of the first covert listening devices (or `bugs`) to use passive techniques to transmit an audio signal. Because it was passive, being energized and activated by electromagnetic energy from an outside source, it is considered a predecessor of RFID technology. == Operati...
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Thing

[The Addams Family] Thing T. Thing, often referred to as just Thing (it`s also stated the T. stands for `Thing`),{cn|date=March 2013} was a fictional character in the cartoon The Addams Family. Thing was originally portrayed as a whole person (always seen in the background watching the family, but never getting noticed or shown fully), but ...
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Thing

Thing (thĭng) noun [ Anglo-Saxon þing a thing, cause, assembly, judicial assembly; akin to þingan to negotiate, þingian to reconcile, conciliate, Dutch ding a thing, Old Saxon thing thing, assembly, judicial assembly, German ding a thi...
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Thing

Thing Ting noun [ Danish thing , ting , Norw. ting , or Swedish ting .] In Scandinavian countries, a legislative or judicial assembly; -- used, esp. in composition, in titles of such bodies. See Legislature , Norway .
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thing

Assembly of freemen in the Norse lands (Scandinavia) during the medieval period. It could encompass a meeting of the whole nation (Althing) or of a small town or community (Husthing). ...
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thing

in medieval Scandinavia, the local, provincial, and, in Iceland, national assemblies of freemen that formed the fundamental unit of government and ... [5 related articles]
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Thing

Obs. The assembly of free-men and/or barons of Sweden. By this word is understood every object, except man, which may become an active subject of right. In this sense it is opposed, in the language of the law, to the word persons. Things, by the common raw, are divided into, 1. Things real, which are such as are permanent, fixed and immovable, ...
Found on http://www.lectlaw.com/def2/t024.htm

Thing

Thing is slang for activity.
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Thing

While the althing was the closest organization the Icelandic Vikings had to America's federal or nat
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