Status

Status (Latin plural: statūs), is a state, condition, or situation. Status may also refer to: ...
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Status

• (n.) State; condition; position of affairs.
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status

(sta´tәs) state, particularly in reference to a morbid condition.
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status

position noun the relative position or standing of things or especially persons in a society; `he had the status of a minor`; `the novel attained the status of a classic`; `atheists do not enjoy a favorable position in American life`
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Status

[law] An Individual`s status is a legal position held in regard to the rest of the community and not by an act of law or by the consensual acts of the parties, and it is in rem, i.e. these conditions must be recognised by the world. It is the qualities of universality and permanence that distinguish status from consensual relationships such...
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status

[Noun] Plural form: statuses. The position of something or someone in relation to others. Somebody popular would have high status with his friends.
Example: The status of drinking and driving has changed in Britain, it is now not accepted by most of society.
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Status

Sta'tus noun [ Latin ] State; condition; position of affairs.
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Status

A character's sense of self-worth. Many scenes are built around status transfers, in which one character's status drops while another's rises. Physical environments and objects also have status.
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Status

A character's sense of self-worth. Many scenes are built around status transfers, in which one character's status drops while another's rises. Physical environments and objects also have status.
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Status

A character's sense of self-worth. Many scenes are built around status transfers, in which one character's status drops while another's rises. Physical environments and objects also have status.
Found on http://www.improvcomedy.org/glossary.html

Status

A micro-blogging feature which allows users to inform their friends of their current whereabouts, actions, or thoughts.
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Status

a recognised social position that an individual occupies
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status

In the social sciences, an individual's social position, or the esteem in which he or she is held by others in society. Both within and between most occupations or social positions there is a status hierarchy. Status symbols, such as insignia of office or an expensive car, often accompany high status. The two forms of social prestige may be sep...
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status

indicates the degree of medical urgency for patients awaiting heart or liver transplants
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status

Latin, meaning: stage.
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Status

Request for an individual's tactical situation; response is normally "offensive," "defensive," or "neutral" with number of targets. May be suffixed by position and heading.
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status

state or condition.
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status

State or condition. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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status

status Condition or state. This English derived word that comes directly from Latin is status and it is used in a variety of Latin expressions: statu quo, 'as things were before'; status quo, 'the state in which anything is (or was)'; status quo ante bellum, 'the condition (or military boundaries) that existed before the war'; and status quo ante ...
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Status

The condition of a part of your system (battery status, alarm/alert status).
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status

the condition or someone or something at a particular time
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Status

The current status of the energy storage project.
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status

The name of a required field in many types of record. It shows the current stage in the lifecycle of the associated configuration item, incident, problem etc.
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status

the relative position or standing of things or persons
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Status

The social honour or prestige accorded to a person or a particular group by other members of a society. Status groups normally involve distinct styles of life â€` patterns of behaviour which the members of a group follow. Status privilege may be positive or negative. ‘Pariah` status groups are regarded with disdain, or treated as outcasts,...
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