Staging

Using scans and tests to find out the extent of a cancer within the body, especially whether the disease has spread from the original site to other parts of the body.

staging

the placement of compressors, pumps, cooling systems, treating systems, and so forth, in a series with another unit or units of like design to improve operating efficiency and results.

Staging

sector of incident command where responding resources arrive for assignment to another sector. Often an essential element for incident personnel accountability program. May include temporary parking, cover, sanitation, fuel, food and other resources necessary to those apparatus and personnel waiting for immediate assignment.
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staging

the act of gathering in large groups in prime feeding habitat at the outset of migration. Purple Martin, for example, gather along the Delaware Bayshore from mid to late August before suddenly and collectively departing to continue their southward migration
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staging

(from the article `ice in lakes and rivers`) ...upstream, thus reducing the velocity and enabling further upstream progression to occur where previously the current velocity was too high to ...
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staging

(from the article `launch vehicle`) A basic approach to launch vehicle design, first suggested by Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, is to divide the vehicle into `stages.` The first stage is the ... Because it is very difficult to achieve the high speed required to achieve orbit, launch vehicles need several stages to reach that speed. ...
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staging

(from the article `theatre`) ...church were to continue throughout the Middle Ages. Apart from the mansions there was a general acting area, called a platea, playne, or place. ... Italian stage designer and engineer whose innovative theatre machinery provided the basis for many modern stage devices.The earliest productions did not have ...
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staging

(stāj´ing) the determination of distinct phases or periods in the course of a disease, the life history of an organism, or any biological process. the classification of neoplasms according to the extent of the tumor. See also cancer. TNM staging an international s...
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staging

[n] - travel by stagecoach 2. [n] - getting rid of a stage of a multistage rocket
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Staging

• (n.) A structure of posts and boards for supporting workmen, etc., as in building. • (n.) The business of running stagecoaches; also, the act of journeying in stagecoaches.
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staging

noun travel by stagecoach
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Staging

[data] A staging area, or landing zone, is an intermediate storage area used for data processing during the extract, transform and load (ETL) process. The data staging area sits between the data source(s) and the data target(s), which are often data warehouses, data marts or other data repositories. Data staging areas are often transient in...
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Staging

[theatre] Staging is also used to mean the result of this process, in other words the spectacle that a play presents in performance, its visual detail. This can include such things as positions of actors on stage (often referred to as blocking), their gestures and movements (also called stage business), the scenic background, the props and ...
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Staging

Sta'ging noun A structure of posts and boards for supporting workmen, etc., as in building. 2. The business of running stagecoaches; also, the act of journeying in stagecoaches.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/S/181

Staging

A classification system for breast cancer based on the size of the tumor, whether the cancer has spread to the lymph nodes, and whether the cancer has spread to other sites in the body (metastasis).
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Staging

Assessment of a cancer to help plan treatment. The staging is based on four aspects: the size of the tumour; histological grade; whether there is any lymph node spread; whether there is any other spread or metastasis.
Found on http://www.macmillan.org.uk/Get_Support/Cancer_types/Glossary.xhtml

staging

Performing exams and tests to learn the extent of the cancer within the body, especially whether the disease has spread from the original site to other parts of the body. It is important to know the stage of the disease in order to plan the best treatment.
Found on http://www.cancer.gov/dictionary?expand=S

Staging

sector of incident command where responding resources arrive for assignment to another sector. Often an essential element in personnel accountability program.
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staging

Staging of breast cancer is based on the TNM Classification which classifies the size, site and spread of the disease.Therapeutic decisions are formulated in part according to staging (they are formulated primarily according to lymph node status and ER and PR receptor levels in the tumourous tissue, refer definition of ER and PR in this dictionary)...
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Staging

Staging: In regard to cancer, the process of doing examinations and tests to learn the extent of the cancer, especially whether it has metastasized (spread) from its original site to other parts of the body.
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Staging

Temporary platform working space in and around a building under construction or repair.
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staging

The jettisoning of self-contained propulsion units after consumption of their propellants – a crucial technique for improving the mass ratio of space transport systems not using an environmental engine. Among the earliest pioneers of the idea appear to have been Conrad Haas and Johan Schmidlap...
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Staging

The process of determining and describing the extent of the cancer.
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Staging

The spectacle a play presents in performance, including the position of actors on stage, the scenic background, the props and costumes, and the lighting and sound effects. Tennessee Williams describes these in his detailed stage directions for The Glass Menagerie and also in his production notes for the play.
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staging

Type: Term Pronunciation: stāj′ing Definitions: 1. The determination or classification of distinct phases or periods in the course of a disease or pathologic process. 2. The determination of the specific extent of a disease process in an individual patient.
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