conquest

  1. the act of conquering
  2. success in mastering something difficult
  3. an act of winning the love of someone

conquest

the process and result of a takeover-usually by force-of a large territory or country, and its inhabitants, by a powerful foreign people or army, leading to the establishment of a new government and/or society in the area

Conquest

[military] Conquest is the act of military subjugation of an enemy by force of arms. One example is the Norman conquest of England, which provided the subjugation of the Kingdom of England and the acquisition of the English crown by William the Conqueror in 1066. There are many other examples of conquest throughout military history: the Rom...
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CONQUEST

• Minimise the energy with respect to the density matrix for fixed charge density and support functions • Find self-consistency between charge density and potential ==Developers== CONQUEST is jointly developed at the Department of Physics and Astronomy and London Centre for Nanotechnology, University College London in the UK and at the Computa...
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Conquest

[board game] ==Development of the game== The game is based on point to point movement and capture, with an innovative recapture interspersed. Pieces may mount each other such as a soldier mounting a chariot, and both boarding a ship. The pieces also include elephants and knights. Starting with a two player version, a four player board was d...
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ConQuesT

ConQuesT is an annual science fiction convention held in the Kansas City, Missouri area; it is sponsored by the long-running (since 1971) Kansas City Science Fiction and Fantasy Society (KaCSFFS, pronounced kax-fuss). ConQuesT is the oldest such convention in Missouri and the surrounding central states region. It was first established under the na...
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conquest

[n] - the act of conquering 2. [n] - success in mastering something difficult
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Conquest

Marketing Name for Cessna 441 [US]
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CONQUEST

COmputerized Needs-Oriented QUality Measurement Evaluation SysTem
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Conquest

Con'quest noun [ Old French conquest , conqueste , French conquête , Late Latin conquistum , conquista , propast participle p. from Latin conquirere . See Conquer .] 1. The act or process of conquering, or acquiring by force; the act of overc...
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conquest

noun success in mastering something difficult; `the conquest of space`
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conquest

subjection noun the act of conquering
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Conquest

• (n.) The act or process of conquering, or acquiring by force; the act of overcoming or subduing opposition by force, whether physical or moral; subjection; subjugation; victory. • (n.) The act of gaining or regaining by successful struggle; as, the conquest of liberty or peace. • (n.) The acquiring of property by other means than b...
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conquest

in international law, the acquisition of territory through force, especially by a victorious state in a war at the expense of a defeated state. An ...
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conquest

conquest 1. Taking control of a place or people by force of arms. 2. Something that has been acquired through force of arms, e.g., land, people, or goods. 3. Someone whose love, affection, or admiration has been won, often through strength of character or seduction, and sometimes perhaps against the person`s will.
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Conquest

Feudal Law. This term was used by the feudists to signify purchase.
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Conquest

Conquest is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Conquest

[gametype] Conquest is a gametype used mainly by Electronic Arts and Digital Illusions CE`s Battlefield franchise. To win a game of Conquest, the teams in the game (usually two) must capture pre-determined spawnpoints (referred to as control points or outposts ingame) labeled by flags. Depending on the amount of team members in the capture ...
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Conquest

[documentary] 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY -- If the entire crew of Discovery One were awake and active for the time that it took them to get to Jupiter, a whole host of problems would present themselves. You have to keep them alive - this would require water, air, and food. All of which would take up valuable mass and space on the spacecraft. ==R...
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CONQUEST

Computerized Needs-Oriented Quality Measurement Evaluation System
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conquest

the act of defeating and taking control of
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