Definitions for "Affinity"
Relationship by marriage (as between a husband and his wife's blood relations, or between a wife and her husband's blood relations); -- in contradistinction to consanguinity, or relationship by blood; -- followed by with, to, or between.
Kinship generally; close agreement; relation; conformity; resemblance; connection; as, the affinity of sounds, of colors, or of languages.
That attraction which takes place, at an insensible distance, between the heterogeneous particles of bodies, and unites them to form chemical compounds; chemism; chemical or elective affinity or attraction.
Measurement of binding strength between two biological molecules.
A measure of the strength of binding of one molecule to another e.g. of a ligand to a receptor or a substrate to an enzyme.
a measure of the attraction of one molecule to another.
Exists when the various stores at a given location complement, blend, and cooperate with one another, and each benefits from the others' presence.
Affinity is a jazz-rock band. Signed by Vertigo in 1970 on the crest of the jazz-rock wave, the short-lived Affinity released only one single and album before splitting. Comprised of young singer Linda Hoyle, bassist Mo Foster, guitarist Mike Jupp, keyboardist Lynton Naiff, and drummer Grant Serpell, a musical maturity was displayed, blending folk, jazz, soul, blues, and elements of contemporary psychedelia and progressive rock.
Companionship; acquaintance.
The degree to which persons like or appreciate one another.
Degree of liking or affection or lack of it. (This is often expressed as an emotion/enthusiasm towards a person betokens more affinity than apathy.)
the degree of liking or affection or lack of it. It is the feeling of love or liking for something or someone.
Affinity is a 1999 historical fiction novel by Sarah Waters. It is the author's second novel, following Tipping the Velvet, and followed by Fingersmith.
A relation between species or higher groups dependent on resemblance in the whole plan of structure, and indicating community of origin.
(biology) state of relationship between organisms or groups of organisms resulting in resemblance in structure or structural parts; "in anatomical structure prehistoric man shows close affinity with modern humans"
inherent resemblance between persons or things
Affinity (formerly known as the British Evangelical Council), is an organisation that links together evangelical churches in the United Kingdom and Ireland. There are around 1200 church congregations linked to Affinity.
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The Quantitative Expression Of Substantiality. It Is The Difference Between The Chemical Potential Of The Dye In Its Standard State In The Fibre And The Corresponding Chemical Potential In The Dye bath.
How readily a garment or fabric reacts with dye.
The tendency for two elements or substances to combine chemically. An example is the affinity of acid dyes for nylon fiber.
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People with similar lifestyles, a characteristic frequently used for defining Clusters and targeting marketing audiences.
For Network Load Balancing, the method used to associate client requests to cluster hosts. When no affinity is specified, all network requests are load balanced across the cluster without respect to their source. Affinity is implemented by directing all client requests from the same IP address to the same cluster host. See also: IP address; client request
An association or conection among two or more objects.
Asset affinities occur when an asset, or set of assets, is extracted multiple times in a project or projects. When that project is closed and the asset is deployed, affinities show which other assets were also deployed along with the first asset; that is, someone who extracted one asset was also interested in another second asset.
a feeling of closeness to someone or something because you share interests, beliefs, or qualities