Definitions for "Acceleration"
Acceleration is a simple yet flexible project site generation utility based on XSLT and velocity. The idea is to create a more-flexible replacement for the site generation tools in Maven, while also providing the same functionality in stand-alone and IDE
The act of accelerating, or the state of being accelerated; increase of motion or action; as, a falling body moves toward the earth with an acceleration of velocity; -- opposed to retardation.
The force of a knife-plotter head moving from a stopped position to its fastest linear (straight- line) speed. Measured in grams, it gives the zero-to-60 indication of plotter speed, but a better overall indications is THROUGHPUT.
Making demand for payment in full for a debt that has not yet matured. Usually a remedy provided in a loan document for the lender to use in the event of default by the borrower.
The process that makes the entire principal balance, interest and other costs is due and payable immediately as a result of non-payment of the debt. This process usually occurs at the time a loan is placed with an external collection agency.
clause: A provision in a mortgage or note that gives the lender the right to demand payment of the entire outstanding balance in the event of the borrower's default.
(a) Skills and/or content are addressed at a pace and a level of difficulty that are advanced from the norm. (b) Promotion to a higher grade by skipping one or two intermediate grades. Cf. The Iowa Acceleration Scale: A Guide for Whole-Grade Acceleration K-8, Manual, from the Connie Belin & Jacqueline N. Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development. This Manual includes the student in the decison whether or not to move to a higher grade.
A strategy which is used when a student demonstrates competencies, knowledges, abilities, and/or skills which exceed that which is outlined in the planned course or text for his/her chronological or grade placement level. This can be determined by advanced work demonstrated in the classroom and pre or diagnostic tests in the skill areas. It should be emphasized that it is the student who has accelerated him/herself through a combination of incidental or intended learning. The district's role is to identify the level of acceleration and make the appropriate educational adjustment in placement and pace.
Moving at a quicker pace. Many include early entrance to school, grade skipping, non-graded classroom, early admission to college, enrollment in special courses, advanced courses, curriculum compacting.
Keywords:  nhra, hotly, rollout, rivalries, ard
A closed head injury often sustained in car accidents, where the brain smashes forwards and then backwards, rebounding against the walls of the skull, causing damage to both the frontal lobes and the back of the brain. [Go to source
This is the mostly hotly debated topic of our data panel (at least in part because some enthusiasts seemingly live or die on split-second car-to-car rivalries). First, we report our data as recorded; we do not adjust values for temperature, altitude or humidity. Second, with manual-gearbox cars we do not slip the clutch at the start nor power-shift (i.e., shift at full throttle). Our accelerations are significantly more aggressive than any prudent street behavior; however, they are devised to be non-abusive of machinery. Last, as is stand-ard NHRA drag-strip procedure, we use a 1-ft. "rollout" in our calculations. That is, the car travels 1 ft. before triggering the clock. (A typical car takes 0.3 second to travel this first foot.)
1. In physics, this means one thing. 2. In heterochrony, this is a type of peramorphosis that occurs as an increase in the degree of allometry. For meristic characters it is an increase in the rate of production of structures.
Acceleration is the first full-length album by Norwegian avantgarde progressive metal band Age Of Silence. It was released on September 14, 2004.
In the satellite Internet world, it's the overall name for speciific techniques used to optimize satellite service. The VSAT Systems Web site includes a special section on satellite Internet acceleration techniques and what it means for Virtual Private Network users.
Keywords:  pdg, ned, shorter, completing, method
The use of method s for completing work in a shorter time than previously plan ned or required by the contract. [D04904] PDG
Keywords:  paydays, weekly, sure, quarter, drawn
This is an expression that is usually used when a person chooses to pay a mortgage on a weekly or a bi-weekly basis although it can apply to any repayment program. All mortgages are drawn with a requirement that you make payments monthly, however, the bank will usually agree to administer the mortgage with some other payment frequency. If you choose to pay bi-weekly and pay one half of the required monthly payment each bi-weekly period, you are paying the equivalent to one extra monthly payment per year and therefore paying off your mortgage more quickly. If you choose to pay weekly and pay one quarter of a monthly payment each weekly period you get the same benefit. Be sure to arrange that your mortgage payment dates match your paydays
The use of additional resources or additional working hours to improve or to recover performance goals. Can be directed (authorized) or "constructive"-required by contractual conditions. (See "constructive" hereafter.)
Securities cannot be sold unless a registration statement has become effective with the SEC, or a specific exemption applies. That effective date occurs automatically 20 days after it is filed, unless an SEC stop order or refusal order is in effect. In reality, however, each filing includes a 'delaying amendment' so that it cannot become effective automatically. Then the lawyers file a request for acceleration of the effective date to a selected day and time.
the process which consists of giving energy to a particle beam. This is achieved by the radio-frequency (RF) cavities
Keywords:  iso, axis, joint, movement, specified
of specified point resulting from the movement of one individual joint (axis). (ISO 8373)
Keywords:  mass, definitions
(1 definitions) mass