Active

Geomagnetic levels such that 15 is less than Ap which is less than 29.

ACTIVE

ACTIVE - sobriety, friendship and peace (formerly EGTYF, European Good Templar Youth Federation) is a non-governmental umbrella organisation gathering European youth temperance organisations. ACTIVE is member of the Youth Forum Jeunesse and cooperates with IOGT International. The main aim of Active is peace and tolerance in the world. Active consi...
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active

(akĀ“tiv) characterized by action; not passive; not expectant.
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active

[adj] - (military) engaged in or ready for military or naval operations 2. [adj] - being in physical motion 3. [adj] - taking part in an activity 4. [adj] - in operation 5. [adj] - characterized by energetic bodily activity 6. [adj] - in a state of habitual or vigorous activity 7. [adj] - (astronomy 8. [adj] - exe...
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Active

• (a.) Having the power or quality of acting; causing change; communicating action or motion; acting; -- opposed to passive, that receives; as, certain active principles; the powers of the mind. • (a.) Quick in physical movement; of an agile and vigorous body; nimble; as, an active child or animal. • (a.) In action; actually proceedi...
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active

alive(p) adjective in operation; `keep hope alive`; `the tradition was still alive`; `an active tradition`
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Active

[1764] Active was a convict ship dispatched in 1791 from England to Australia. She was built in 1764 at Shoreham, England for Calvert & Co. She served in the East India Company from 1791 until 1793. Whilst still in service of the East India Company, under the command of Master John Michinson, she departed Portsmouth on 27 March 1791, with 1...
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Active

[1850] The Active was a ketch that was wrecked at the entrance of the Hunter River in New South Wales on 18 February 1852. ...
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Active

[1877] == Further reading == Online databases Australian National Shipwreck Database Australian Shipping - Arrivals and Departures 1788-1968 including shipwrecks Encyclopaedia of Australian Shipwrecks - New South Wales Shipwrecks Books ...
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Active

[ship] For other ships of the same name, see HMS Active, USCGC Active, USRC Active, and USS Active. The `Active` was a ship that disappeared in the Tasman Sea in 1810. The Active was a brigantine sealer{dn|date=November 2013} under the command of Captain John Bader when it was driven ashore in Westernport Bay, Australia on 11 June 1809. No ...
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Active

Ac'tive adjective [ French actif , Latin activus , from agere to act.] 1. Having the power or quality of acting; causing change; communicating action or motion; acting; -- opposed to passive , that receives; as, certain active principles; the powers of the mi...
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Active

A cat that can be bred from as shown on the active register with the cat's registering body.
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Active

A market in which there is frequent trading.
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Active

A market in which there is frequent trading.
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Active

A market in which there is much trading.
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Active

A member who has been initiated into lifelong fraternity or sorority membership and is active at the collegiate level.
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active

A reference to a type of sentence in which the semantic subject is also the formal subject; contrasts with passive in which this is not the case. This type is generally taken as more basic than a passive sentence.
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active

A state in which a metal tends to corrode; referring to the negative direction of electrode potential (opposite of passive or noble).
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Active

A term used to describe a circuit containing transistors, ICs (integrated circuits), tubes and other devices that require power, and are able to amplify.
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Active

A word prefacing certain circuits in which the processing is performed by use of transistor or tube
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active

active: see voice.
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ACTIVE

Advanced Control Technology for Integrated Vehicles [US]
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active

Characterised by action, not passive, not expectant. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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active

characterized by action; not passive; not expectant.
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Active

Describes a circuit containing transistors, ICs, tubes and other devices, that require power to operate and are capable of amplification.
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