a collection of two or more persons who interact and have mutual influence on each other. (612)
A collection of users who have similar needs. Groups simplify the administration of shared resources.
a collection of users who have protected access to their resources.
A collection of participants given the same experimental treatment. The group is formed within the research project and need not have existed prior to the experiment. Participants in a group may actually generate their data on an individual basis and never come into contact with one another. It is their scores that are grouped for analytic purposes.
two or more individuals sharing a set of beliefs, values, and behavioral patterns; see reference group.
Set of covalently linked atoms, such as a hydroxyl group ( - OH) or an amino group ( - NH), the chemical behavior of which is well characterized.
A set of rows in a result set that have one or more field values in common.
A group of sectors on a hard disk drive that is addressed as one logical unit by the operating system.
Either a synonym for chain or used to refer to several chains considered together that co-operate or that could be trivially connected.[ edit
Section 13(d) of the 1934 ACT defines a GROUP as persons who have agreed to act together "for the purpose of acquiring, holding, voting, or disposing" of equity securities.
A polyvalent atom (ligancy =2) in a molecule, together with all its ligands (Benson, 1976).
one or more contacts that you organize together under one unique name, similar to an email list. By default, Yahoo! Messenger adds contacts to the "Friends" group included in the application.
A vertical column of the periodic table; a family of elements; also, A characteristic part of a molecule.
A substructure that imparts characteristic chemical behaviors to a molecule, for example, a carboxylic acid group. (also: functional group). A vertical column on the periodic table, for example, the halogens. Elements that belong to the same group usually show chemical similarities, although the element at the top of the group is usually atypical.
A vertical coulmn, or family, of elements in the periodic table.
Normally commanded by a colonel, in the U.S. Army a group is a command structure controlling several battalion sized elements and is subordinate to a brigade.
(n) The pattern of arrows on the target. (v) To shoot three arrows on the target.
A series of consecutive shots fired at the same aiming point without changing the sight adjustments of the firearm.
The pattern of arrows shot on target during an end.
The distribution of bullets on a target fired with a single aiming point and sight setting. Group size is expressed as the distance between centers of the farthest holes and is most easily determined by measuring the extreme spread from outside to outside and subtracting one bullet diameter.
A ‘group’ can be formed of members who represent parties with fewer than five seats in the Parliament, or of members who do not represent a political party. It is entitled to nominate a representative as a member of the Parliamentary Bureau, and to be allocated some of the time (15 half sitting days per Parliamentary Year) set for non-Executive business.
Each competing band is classified according to how many band proper members there are. The classifications are divided into groups, and a band only competes against other bands in their group size. Egg Harbor Township High School is moving up to TOB Group 3 in 2003. TOB Group sizes Group 1 up to 35 musicians and a maximum of 35 auxiliary Group 2 36 to 55 musicians and a maximum of 55 auxiliary Group 3 56 to 80 musicians and a maximum of 80 auxiliary Group 4 81 or greater musicians musicians and auxiliary USBBA Group sizes
Subscribers eligible for benefits because they work for the same company or are members of a union, association, or other organization.
An employer, association or trust that applies for and accepts Health Benefit Plans on behalf of its Members.
Insurance organization made up of those plan enrollees who share a common relationship like employment or membership.
refers to two or more people who share some common identification and have social contact and interaction.
The group of a fax device describes the method it uses to communicate with other fax devices (e.g. over the telephone PSTN). The most common group is Group III.
A body of subscribers eligible for insurance by virtue of some common identifying attribute, such as a common employer, or a membership in a union, association, or other organization.
A cluster, crowd, or throng; an assemblage, either of persons or things, collected without any regular form or arrangement; as, a group of men or of trees; a group of isles.
An assemblage of objects in a certain order or relation, or having some resemblance or common characteristic; as, groups of strata.
A variously limited assemblage of animals or plants, having some resemblance, or common characteristics in form or structure. The term has different uses, and may be made to include certain species of a genus, or a whole genus, or certain genera, or even several orders.
To form a group of; to arrange or combine in a group or in groups, often with reference to mutual relation and the best effect; to form an assemblage of.
Groups are established to divide the incident into functional areas of operation. Groups are composed of resources assembled to perform a special function not necessarily within a single geographic division. Groups, when activated, are located between branches and resources in the operations section. see also: Division
A set of fields and/or groups that are to be treated as having a unifying relationship.
Two or more records assembled together or having some unifying relationship. In Keep In Touch, Groups are organized by Categories, allowing for a structured and efficient way to access information.
Resources assembled at an incident to perform a special function, not necessarily within a single geographic division.
Two or more X10 or other PLC modules that are set to the same house and unit code do that they can be triggered by the same command. You might want to group front and back porch lights together for example.
is The British Land Company PLC and its subsidiaries excluding any share of joint venture profits or assets.
The Company and its subsidiaries after Admission.
The Company or any of its subsidiary undertakings
The employer (such as Northrop Grumman), union, trust, association. or organization through which you and your dependents are entitled to benefit coverage.
In insurance it is a company or organization that the employees are covered by the employer.
The Employer or party that has entered into an Agreement with the Plan.
An employer who contracts with HPS to provide its employees with health insurance
A number of ships and/or aircraft, normally a subdivision of a force, assigned for a specific purpose.
A set of tasks assigned a common symbolic name, for addressing purposes.
A collection of Students assigned to a specific Manager. Groups are simply a mechanism to organize sets of Students. Students cannot belong to more than one group.
The competitors who are assigned to play a round together for the purpose of verifying scores and proper play in accordance with the rules.
The RAF formation into which the Commands are divided. The Group, in turn, is subdivided into Wings and the Wings into Squadrons.
This command is used to select the newsgroup that is to be read. The name of the newsgroup follows the command. GROUP alt.binaries.pictures.anime will select the newsgroup so that commands such as ARTICLE, HEAD, and BODY will know what newsgroup to look at.
To temporarily group all currently selected objects into a single object within a picture. To group objects, choose the Group command on the Arrange menu.
Identifies an item -or- menubar option group. Groups can be used to activate items and menu options depending on the value of the current group. The current group is set using the setGroup command.
The major lithostratigraphic unit next higher in rank than a formation; a group consists of two or more associated and adjoining formations having significant lithologic features in common.
A grouping of formations used in stratigraphy.
An association of people united by a common interest. Each group can have any number of Parent Groups and any number of Child Groups
rock] The formal lithostratigraphic unit next in rank above formation. A group includes two or more contiguous or associated formations with significant lithogic features in common. The type or reference sections of a group re those of its component formations.
On larger mixers a group is several channels of audio that are on one bus or controlled by a group master.
A collection of channels or faders on a mixing console whose output level can be controlled by a single master slider.
1) A number of channels or faders that can be controlled by one Master VCA slide. 2) A shortening of the term Recording Group (a buss or the signal present on a buss).
Two or more objects frozen in relation to each other. Groups rotate, reflect, scale, skew, and move as a unit.
The DNS/DHCP Group object is a standard eDirectory group object. The DNS and DHCP servers gain the rights to DNS and DHCP data within the tree through the Group object.
The skill of identifying objects according to characteristics.
The fixture protruding from the front of most espresso machines into which the portafilter and filter clamp.
The metal brewing chamber on an espresso machine which holds the portafilter where espresso is extracted from the coffee beans.
An espresso machine's brewing chamber, comprising the group head and the portafilter.
One or more selection widgets ( radio button, check box, list box, and toggle button) that are functionally connected - therefore, the widgets function as a group. The group has properties that define its entry/exit/validation behavior and tabbing order. Also, the set of widgets that make up a table view.
(sheets) Selecting several worksheets at once groups the sheets, shown by the sheet tabs turning white. Actions done to one sheet are done to all sheets in the group.
n/a A label/data group is a collection of label/data pairs and combinations. (Note: This type of group is not the same as a radio or check box group.) no Content Layout Templates: Page Layout of Standard Web Widgets
Clicking on the button with the Left Mouse Button allows you to put the selected polygons into a common group so that selecting one polygon selects all polygons of the same group. The polygons do not have to be touching. If you know all of certain polygons on an aircraft will be the same color or texture, you might wish to group them to make editing changes on them all an easier process. Clicking on the button with the Right Mouse Button ungroups the selected polygons. The numerical button determines what "level" the polygons are grouped at, allowing polygons to belong to different groups simultaneously, depending on the active level. Clicking on the button with the Left Mouse Button moves the level up; the Right Mouse Button moves the level down.
That subset of corporate personnel that the FileMaker developer is just never quite cool enough to belong to. "Hey fellas, want to see this cool unstored calculation?"
Select display devices that display the same content. A player must belong to a group and a player can only belong to one group.