A separate portion of a written paper, paragraph, or sentence; an article, stipulation, or proviso, in a legal document.
A subordinate portion or a subdivision of a sentence containing a subject and its predicate.
a group of words containing a subject and conjugated verb and which are part of a larger sentence relative clause - also known as adjective clause and adverb clause; a clause which functions as an adjective or adverb does. subordinate clause - a clause which depends on the sentence to complete its meaning, and which cannot stand on its own. independent clause - a clause which could stand on its own.
A set of syntactically related words containing a verb. A sentence might be made up of a single clause: I shot the sheriff - or of several: This is the dog that swallowed the cat that killed the rat that ate the malt..........
Context A term in Prolog. Definition clause is either a fact or a rule.
a bunch of atomic propositions
a collection of literals (propositions or negations of propositions) all implicitly or'ed together (a collection of disjunctives)
a finite sequence of (positive and/or negative) literals
A distinct section, condition or requirement stipulated in a legal document, such as an employment agreement or contract. See also Collective Bargaining Agreement and Explicit Contract.
a separate section of a discourse or writing; specifically : a distinct article in a formal document
Each section of a statement that begins with a keyword (e.g. SELECT, FROM, WHERE, …etc.)
a separate section of a legal document (as a statute or contract or will)
an object that will appear in the data file, with a list of attribute/value pairs
an ordered list of sub-expressions
an ordered set of consecutive COBOL character-strings whose purpose is to specify an attribute of an entry
One expression in the If ( premise) or Then ( consequent) part of a rule. Often consists of an attribute name followed by a relational operator and an attribute value.
A part of an SQL statement.
a statement that modifies results
A part of a SQL statement that does not constitute the full statement; for example, a "WHERE clause".
A provision or condition affecting the terms of a contract. Coinsurance, cancellation, and subrogation clauses are typical insurance contract clauses.
An article or added provision in a life insurance contract such as the Suicide Clause or the Incontestability Clause.
An article or added provision in a life insurance contract. Examples may include the Suicide Clause or the Incontestability Clause.