Composite

A plant which is a member of the compositae (daisy) family, in which the flowers appear to be single but are in fact made up of many small florets

Composite

a material brought about by combining materials differing in composition or form on a macroscale for the purpose of obtaining specific characteristics and properties. The constituents retain their identity such that they can be physically identified and they exhibit an interface between one another.
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Composite

A stabilised or synthetic crossbred breed established from the mating of progeny of two or more existing breeds, eg Belmont Red and Droughtmaster.
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Composite

- a material made from two or more different types of material which contribute different properties. For example bone is a combination of a resilient fibres of collagen in a brittle matrix (hydroxyapatite).
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composite

(kәm-poz´it) made up of unlike parts. composite resin.
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composite

(Say: com - paws - it) - A frame tube or component comprised of more than one material. For example, a carbon composite includes carbon, aluminum and other elements.
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Composite

(Scholastic) The existing being as composed of prime matter (q.v.) and form (q.v.). The human composite: matter informed by the spiritual and rational soul. -- R.A.
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composite

[adj] - (botany) of or relating to or belonging to the plant family Compositae 2. [adj] - consisting of separate interconnected parts 3. [adj] - used of color 4. [adj] - a modified Corinthian style of architecture (a combination of Corinthian and Ionic) 5. [n] - considered the most highly evolved dicotyledonous plants, charac...
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Composite

• (n.) That which is made up of parts or compounded of several elements; composition; combination; compound. • (v. t.) Belonging to a certain order which is composed of the Ionic order grafted upon the Corinthian. It is called also the Roman or the Italic order, and is one of the five orders recognized by the Italian writers of the sixtee...
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composite

adjective consisting of separate interconnected parts
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Composite

(UK passenger car) A passenger car with more than one class of accommodation provided, e.g. First and Third. In earlier days of three-class travel, First and Second class, and Second and Third class composites were also built. A car with First, Second and Third classes was also known as a tri-composite.
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Composite

[finance] A composite or a composite index is combination of equities or indexes intended to measure the overall market performance over time. A composite index may also be used in the natural or social sciences to summarize complex or multidimensional data or redundant measures. An example of a composite index in the social sciences is use...
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Composite

[graphics] The Composite Extension of the X Window System renders the graphical output of clients `...to an off-screen buffer. Applications can then take the contents of that buffer and do whatever they like. The off-screen buffer can be automatically merged into the parent window or merged by external programs, called compositing managers....
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Composite

[New York City Subway car] The Composite is a New York City Subway car class built in 1903 and in 1904 for the Interborough Rapid Transit Company and its successor, the NYC Board of Transportation. The Composite derived its name from its build as a `protected wooden car.` The car frame was made of steel, while the car body itself was made f...
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Composite

Com·pos'ite adjective [ Latin compositus made up of parts, past participle of componere . See Compound , transitive verb , and confer Compost .] 1. Made up of distinct parts or elements; compounded; as, a composite language. «...
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composite

A colloquial term for resin materials used in restorative dentistry. ... Origin: L. Compositus, put together, fr. Compono, to put together ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Composite

A construction unit in which stone that is to be exposed in the final use is permanently bonded or joined to other material, which may be stone manufactured material that will be concealed.
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Composite

A construction unit in which stone that is to be exposed in the final use is permanently bonded or joined to concealed material.
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composite

A dental restorative material made up of disparate or separate parts (e.g. resin and quartz particles).
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Composite

A dental restorative material made up of disparate or separate parts (e.g. resin and quartz particles).
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Composite

A handmade creation in which different petals or buds are wired together on a single stem, creating the illusion of one giant flower.
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Composite

a material brought about by combining materials differing in composition or form on a macroscale for the purpose of obtaining specific characteristics and properties. The constituents retain their identity such that they can be physically identified and t
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Composite

A material brought about by combining materials differing in composition or form on a macroscale for the purpose of obtaining specific characteristics and properties. The constituents retain their identity such that they can be physically identified and they exhibit an interface between one another.
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Composite

a material made from two or more different types of material which contribute different properties. For example bone is a combination of a resilient fibres of collagen in a brittle matrix (hydroxyapatite).
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composite

a member of the aster family (Compositae).
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