Definitions for "Applied"
rule or principle from precedent case brought into an argument or judgment; where successful, the court agrees that it the ex turpi causa defence is likely to be applied if the plaintiffs were engaged in an illegal activity often seen in the headnote after the judgment - the list of main cases relied on by counsel
concerned with concrete problems or data rather than with fundamental principles; opposed to theoretical; "applied physics"; "applied psychology"; "technical problems in medicine, engineering, economics and other applied disciplines"- Sidney Hook
a distributor of industrial, fluid power and engineered products and systems
Any decoration added to the basic blown piece, most often used as "applied foot" on a stemmed vessel, where the other choices are expanding the foot from the glass of the stem and spinning the foot out from a bubble. Applied often suggests the object was formed before placement, as in a pressed glass applied foot.
A handle(s) or other portion of a vessel which consists of a separate piece of molten glass attached by hand to the object. Most often used with free-blown or mold-blown pieces but also used with early pressed glass.
Term to describe decorations made separately, then added to the body of an object.
that are used; "an isotropic resonance lower applied fields"
One of three portions of the assessment in which the student demonstrates application of knowledge to professional practice, and reflection upon professional and personal experience in order to generate new theory.
put into practice or put to use; "applied physics"
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a major manufacturer of equipment for manufacturing IC's
Step one in the activation process where the applicant has submitted an online application form