Definitions for "Advancement"
A gift you make during your lifetime to be applied to what someone inherits after you die.
a special type of inter vivos gift
PeopleSoft application not purchased by University of Houston System. The BSR Advance CS product is being utilized by the University of Houston.
The process by which a Scout or Venturer or Sea Scout or Varsity Scout meets certain requirements and earns recognition. Also, the section of Mustang District program area that provides Scouts and Scouters with trained merit badge counselors and resources. Volunteers needed.
Obsolete term: Refer - "Request for Proposals" The process whereby areas of research are reinvested. This is mainly done via a contestible process (e.g. call for proposals, tenders, etc.). The exception to this is a negotiated approach which will be used in special circumstances (e.g. where exceptional levels of co-funding are demonstrated, i.e. research consortia; or in key areas where there is only one research provider in New Zealand). An advancement is often based around a set of portfolios (e.g. Food & Fibre) or an area of research (e.g. GMO).
The act of advancing, or the state of being advanced; progression; improvement; furtherance; promotion to a higher place or dignity; as, the advancement of learning.
encouragement of the progress or growth or acceptance of something
gradual improvement or growth or development; "advancement of knowledge"; "great progress in the arts"
Keywords:  jointure, wife, settlement
Settlement on a wife, or jointure.
a logical extension of an existing device - practically speaking anything that has since been invented by real science - though it may take an odd form
Keywords:  scope, stays, duties, zone, assignments
When an employee is given a pay increase, but stays within the same Job Family Zone. May occur because of additional duties, projects or assignments within the same scope of their current position.
Keywords:  forward, goal, degree, movement, moving
the act of moving forward toward a goal
Movement forward, i.e., the movement from one degree to the next.
Learner advanced from one educational functioning level to the next, based on the learner’s performance.
Property given, usually by a parent to a child, in advance of a future distribution.
Keywords:  money, value, payment, see
An advance of money or value; payment in advance. See Advance, 5.