disposition

  1. your usual mood
  2. the act or means of getting rid of something
  3. an attitude of mind especially one that favors one alternative over others
  4. a natural or acquired habit or characteristic tendency in a person or thing

Disposition

In Scotland, the document that transfers legal ownership of a property to the buyer

disposition

the tendency a person has at a given point in time to act in one way or another (i.e., to obey the moral law or to disobey it). (Cf. predis­position.)
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disposition

[n] - a natural or acquired habit or characteristic tendency in a person or thing 2. [n] - your usual mood
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Disposition

See Drug disposition.
Found on http://www.chem.qmul.ac.uk/iupac/medchem/ah.html

Disposition

Dis`po·si'tion noun [ French disposition , dispositio , from disponere to dispose; dis- + ponere to place. See Position , and confer Dispone .] 1. The act of disposing, arranging, ordering, regulating, or transferring; application; disposal; ...
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disposition

A tendency either physical or mental toward certain diseases. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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disposition

temperament noun your usual mood; `he has a happy disposition`
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disposition

(dis″pә-zīsh´әn) a tendency, either physical or mental, toward a given disease. the prevailing temperament or character, giving a degree of predictability to the response to a situation or other stimulus.
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Disposition

• (n.) The act of disposing, arranging, ordering, regulating, or transferring; application; disposal; as, the disposition of a man`s property by will. • (n.) Tendency to any action or state resulting from natural constitution; nature; quality; as, a disposition in plants to grow in a direction upward; a disposition in bodies to putrefacti...
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disposition

(from the article `coal mining`) Disposition is the handling of the products of a preparation plant. The entire plant process includes ROM storage, raw coal storage, crusher house, ...
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disposition

(from the article `mind, philosophy of`) ...jealous of someone only when thinking of him, nor does a businessman have confidence in the dollar only when concentrating on business. Obviously, ...
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disposition

a tendency either physical or mental toward certain diseases.
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disposition

disposition 1. A natural or acquired habit or characteristic tendency in a person or thing; temperament. 2. The act or means of getting rid of something. 3. An attitude of mind especially one that favors one alternative over others. 4. A final settlement: 'The lawyer made a final disposition of the deceased's property. 5. An act of disposing; a...
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Disposition

[harpsichord] The disposition of a harpsichord is the set of choirs of strings it contains. This article describes various dispositions and gives the standard notation for describing them. If a harpsichord contains just one set of strings at normal concert pitch, its disposition is called 1 x 8`. Here, the 8` means eight foot pitch, which d...
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disposition

the 'noumenal' source of a person's moral motivation, also called the heart. It can be either evil (like the propensity) or good (like the predisposition), but not both at once.
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disposition

the tendency a person has at a given point in time to act in one way or another (i.e., to obey the moral law or to disobey it). (Cf. predis¬position.)
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Disposition

The parting with or giving away of property.
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Disposition

French law. This word has several acceptations; sometimes it signifies the effective marks of the will of some person; and at others the instrument containing those marks.
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Disposition

n. The final determination by a court in a lawsuit or criminal charge.
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Disposition

See Drug disposition.
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Disposition

The temperament of an animal
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Disposition

A disposal or transfer of property or cash, including both the creation and the release of any debt or right. The legislation specifically includes certain types of transfer and more information can be found in the Inheritance Tax Manual.
Found on www.hmrc.gov.uk/cto/glossary.htm

Disposition

A disposition is a habit, a preparation, a state of readiness, or a tendency to act in a specified way. The terms dispositional belief and occurrent belief refer, in the former case, to a belief that is held in the mind but not currently being considered, and in the latter case, to a belief that is currently being considered by the mind. In Bourdi...
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disposition

your usual mood
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