Definitions for "Condition"
an assertion that if something is true, another business rule will apply. It can be thought of as a "test" -- if true, it may be the basis for enforcing or testing other Action Assertions. See Chapter5
(1) A relational expression that can be evaluated to a value of either true or false. IBM. (2) An exception that has been enabled, or recognized, by the language environment and thus is eligible to activate user and language condition handlers. Any alteration to the normal programmed flow of an application. Conditions can be detected by the hardware or operating system and result in an interrupt. They can also be detected by language-specific generated code or language library code.
A Boolean expression used to control loops or conditional statements.
Temperament; disposition; character.
That which must exist as the occasion or concomitant of something else; that which is requisite in order that something else should take effect; an essential qualification; stipulation; terms specified.
A clause in a contract, or agreement, which has for its object to suspend, to defeat, or in some way to modify, the principal obligation; or, in case of a will, to suspend, revoke, or modify a devise or bequest. It is also the case of a future uncertain event, which may or may not happen, and on the occurrence or non-occurrence of which, the accomplishment, recission, or modification of an obligation or testamentary disposition is made to depend.
Health as shown by the coat, skin, general appearance, and behavior.
Refers to the amount of flesh (body weight), quality of hair coat, and general health of animals. Also called body condition.
The physical state of a rabbit in reference to health, cleanliness, texture and molt of fur, and grooming.
The overall appearance and soundness of a stamp or cover. Positive condition factors include fresh full colour, full original gum on unused stamps, and so on. Damage such as creases, tears, thinned paper, short perforation teeth, toning and so on negatively affect condition.
The actual material state of a stamp as determined by its centering, freshness, cancellation, gum condition, etc. Stamps are general grades as Gem, Superb, Very Fine, Fine, Average, or Space Filler ( Sometimes graded as intermediate categories such as " Fine to Very Fine").
Broadly this refers to what shape the stamp is in and will help in determining a stamp's value. Condition considers questions such as: Is the stamp cancelled? Is it hinged? Does it have any flaw? How well it is centred
The state of preservation of a coin or note. See the Grading Coins and Banknotes article for more information.
The state of preservation of a collectible item. A very important factor that helps determine the value of collectibles and memorabilia.
The grade or state of preservation of a piece of paper currency.
Essential quality; property; attribute.
anything that modifies or restricts the nature, existence, or occurrence of something else.
In medical terms an unhealthy state of being.
Mode or state of being; state or situation with regard to external circumstances or influences, or to physical or mental integrity, health, strength, etc.; predicament; rank; position, estate.
a general statement describing circumstances at a given time
a general statement which describes circumstances at a given time
Booksellers use a standardized set of terms to describe book condition in their catalogs. These are: as new, a book in as perfect condition as when it was published; fine, a book without defects, approaching the condition of as new, but without being crisp; very good, a book showing small signs of wear but without tears on binding or paper; good, the average used and worn book with all pages present; fair, indicating a book with a worn binding whose text is complete but which may be missing endpapers, half-title page, or other individual leaves; and poor, a book so worn that its only merit is as a reading copy. Catalogs often abbreviate these terms and may present two of them together, separated by a slash — for example, fn/vg. In such a case, the first term describes the book and the second describes the dust jacket. If only one term is used, it can be assumed there is no dust jacket.
The state of a piece of art that influences its market value and typically ranges from poor to mint.
The opposite of poor stamina. Cannot be purchased and can only be obtained by tenaciously running rounds, doing pushups and working out.
A filter created on an item to restrict which values return. It contains a column and some qualifying data used to specify the volume of data. Conditions created in Discoverer Administrator can be optional or mandatory as business conditions dictate. Conditions can also be created while defining a query in Discoverer Plus. For example, if you request all cities in the East Region you are using a condition (show East Region only) to limit the cities you get in your result set.
Criteria for filtering data displayed in a sheet. Oracle Discoverer enables you to combine several conditions.
Conditions are worksheet items that enable you to select what data to display on worksheets. Conditions filter out data that you are not interested in, enabling you to concentrate on data that you want to analyze. For example, you might use a condition to display only data for the month January.
a predicate that must be satisfied for a rule to be assigned its effect
a set of predicates (propositional or nonpropositional) at a particular time and place, regardless of whether and how the catenal in question experiences them
A requirement that must be satisfied before a loan can close.
Any visible condition problems, flaws, or damage to the piece.
The visible and conspicuous state of being of an object.
The plainly visible and conspicuous state of being of a material object or thing.
To impose upon an object those relations or conditions without which knowledge and thought are alleged to be impossible.
To invest with, or limit by, conditions; to burden or qualify by a condition; to impose or be imposed as the condition of.
a qualification of ownership and can only be imposed on conveyances, such as a deed
the exact bet of a Keno player written in the right margin of the ticket. The bet is shown as a fraction. For example, Â3/4 would translate as three, four-spot selections
The type of Keno wager with notations made in the right margin of the ticket.
Cigars in good condition should feel firm but springy. If they are too moist they will be soft and spongy; too dry and they become brittle and, eventually, rigid and unsmokeable. They're best kept in a proper humidor.
Use the Condition field to indicate the condition of your item. If your item is new, leave the Condition setting as "New." If you are selling used goods, indicate the item's condition using the pulldown menu.
A Features field to indicate the condition of the property. (Exterior-Good, Int-Fair, New-Remod, etc.)
Callaway Golf Pre-Owned & Outlet has four meticulous condition ratings. Each club must pass through our extensive process before becoming a 'Certified Pre-Owned' Callaway Golf Club.
The condition (or pre-condition) of a behavioral specification is the precise context under which the behavior is to be measured, ranging from a single stimulus (eliciting a response) to complex scenarios complete with displays, documents, etc.
A filter for listings of cars for sale that allows the user to see only vehicles that are new, pre-owned, certified pro-owned or more than three years old.
the process of preparing bettas for mating. usually consists of feeding very nutritive foods, giving vitamins, and generally speaking pampering the pair.
an operating state, and oddly enough in the physical universe there are several formulas connected with these operating states
a nuisance when it clearly appears that enjoyment of property is materially lessened, and physical comfort of persons in their homes is materially interfered with thereby
the physical state of a coin
condition - malignant pleural mesothelioma.
a mode of being or form of existence of a person or thing; "the human condition"
a state of existence
The set of physical, psychic and characterial characteristics which an individual owns in a determined phase of his existence. In a few cases and for the more from the adult age it can become definitive.
a disease when it is abnormal, where abnormal is defined as a specific deviation from a statistically-defined norm
The amount of carbon dioxide in the beer. A norm is about one volume of CO dissolved in each volume of beer.
A data structure that represents the state of an exceptional situation, a situation that deviates from normal program behavior.
an interesting situation in a program that has been detected and announced
an object that represents a specific situation that has been detected
Keywords:  clause, null, firm, void, subsets
Clauses in the Agreement which must be fulfilled before the Agreement becomes firm and binding. If the condition is not fulfilled, the Agreement will usually become null and void and any deposit paid returned to the Purchaser.
A clause which limits the results of a query according to certain criteria attributed to the Objects used in the query.
a compound statement in which the validity of one clause is contingent on the validity of the other
An attempt to further evaulate a vehicle by categorizing wear and tear, outstanding defects or predicted reconditioning costs. Using condition as a way to affect value is very subjective since no two vehicles are the same.
Keywords:  kneading, workable, pasta, soften, clay
To mix and soften the clay into a workable state by kneading, running it through the pasta machine, putting it through a food processor, etc. Different brands of clay take different amounts of effort to condition.
Keywords:  valid, tabs, ahead, something, enables
Something required in order that an efficient cause can act; something which enables a cause to produce its effect, without actually contributing toward the production itself.
an assumption on which rests the validity or effect of something else
a small unit of logic that enables you to control the display of regions, items, buttons, and tabs and the execution of processes, computations, and validations
To test or assay, as silk (to ascertain the proportion of moisture it contains).
a test applied to an action used to determine whether the action can be performed
a test that, depending on its outcome, may invoke another constraint or an action
Keywords:  selectors, group
a selector or a group of selectors
CLOSE "Conditions" are chronic and acute diseases and ailments. High blood pressure and diabetes are examples of chronic conditions. An allergic rash is an example of an acute condition.
Keywords:  greasy, yolk, constituents, wool, sand
Refers to the amount of non-wool constituents, such as yolk, sand, earth etc. present in greasy wool.
a group of step to be executed by webtest
a predetermined requirement or set of requirements that must be met before the trigger's actions will be executed
apply conditioner to in order to make smooth and shiny; "I condition my hair after washing it"
Your hair's condition can affect the final color result. Your stylist will evaluate your hair's condition in order to determine if you need special pre- or post-color conditioning services, and create a color formulation that is best for you.
Keywords:  acclimate, dog, train, teach, children
train; acclimate.
train by instruction and practice; especially to teach self-control; "Parents must discipline their children"; "Is this dog trained?"
A temporary, negative state inflicted by an enemy (e.g., poison, disease, weakness, blindness, silence, and so on).
A negative status effect.
To put under conditions; to require to pass a new examination or to make up a specified study, as a condition of remaining in one's class or in college; as, to condition a student who has failed in some branch of study.
an ongoing impediment created by failing a Saving Throw
a restriction on the characters that adjoin, and/or are replaced by, the right-hand side of the repl
Keywords:  pressroom, cure, season, moisture, few
To keep paper in the pressroom for a few hours or days before printing so that its moisture level and temperature equal that in the pressroom. Also called cure, mature and season.
Keywords:  hawk, fat, bird, flying, thin
Most often refers to the weight of the bird relative to flying weight. The hawk is in high condition when it is fat, and in low condition when it is too thin.
Amount of fat and muscle tissue on an animal's body.
In PeopleSoft Receivables, occurs when there is a change of status for a customer's account, such as reaching a credit limit or exceeding a user-defined balance due.
the procedure that is varied in order to estimate a variable's effect by comparison with a control condition
a field (choose from the field names on the left) followed by an operator, followed by a value
an arithmetic combination of Parameters followed by a Comparison Operator followed by a Value
Keywords:  clos, hierarchy, thus, fits, classes
a CLOS class and thus fits into the hierarchy of CLOS classes
Keywords:  scrip, preferred, term, see
see scrip condition, the preferred term.
a state at a particular time; "a condition (or state) of disrepair"; "the current status of the arms negotiations"
a general problem, such as a difficulty in starting, repeated stalling, or a malfunctioning transmission, that can result from a defect of one or more parts
Keywords:  duty, reasonable, care, rules, followed
This is part of an insurance policy stating that certain rules must be followed, for example, the duty to take reasonable care to protect property.
Part of a policy stating that certain rules must be followed, for example, the duty to take reasonable care to protect property, or to report claims to the insurance company promptly.
Keywords:  hazy, suspended, matter, wine, contains
An out of condition wine is one that is hazy, contains suspended matter and/or has .
Keywords:  criterion, tab, rows, remote, selected
a criterion that you define for the remote database server to use in selecting rows from the tables that you have included in the list of selected tables on the Tables tab
A MathML content element used to place a mathematical condition on one or more variables.
A process that utilizes a series of heavy discharges and recharges on a battery to assure optimum performance.
Keywords:  noun
There is no existing phenomena that is not the effect of dependent origination. All phenomena arise dependent upon a number of casual factors called conditions.
a relevant code problem, such as 'change of author's name' or 'dependent documents'
This attribute specifies the condition of a rug from a quality point of view. The specific conditions in the handmade rug industry are Fine, Average and Worn.
The exception condition that occurs whenever the system attempts to perform an operation that has no numerically meaningful interpretation (for example, 0.0/0.0).
The technical name of one of the four parts of a bond. The condition is not a qualification of coverage as with an insurance policy, but is the essence of the guarantee.
a "substantial disability" if it is severe enough to be a major impairment of cognitive and/or social functioning
a grant that applies (or remains in force) only if the licensee does or does not do specified acts
The patient is in stable condition, after undergoing knee surgery.
an obligation you or your waste must meet in order for your waste to become and to remain exempt from hazardous waste regulations
An obligation that must be fulfilled before a loan can close.
a data base user put on, who configured before and was equipped with appropriate rights
a state that the data in a repository can be in
a static state of data that is accessible from that state and monitored in that state
Keywords:  waiting, threads, set
a set of waiting threads
A criteria with which to classify traffic. Conditions include Connection Source, Connection Destination, Service, ToS, and Time.
an item or a document, specified in the commitment letter, that an underwriter requires from the buyer prior to the closing of the loan
One of a set of specified values that a data item can assume.
a formal restriction on the way land is used, attached to a resource consent issued by a district or regional council, or written as a rule in a district or regional plan.
Keywords:  barrier, hard
a hard barrier
information that should be kept in mind when making a decision; "another consideration is the time it would take"
Keywords:  better, cars, old
put into a better state; "he conditions old cars"
Material or skill the student is expected to learn
A restriction included in a court order or judgment.
Keywords:  deal, necessary, agrees, side, change
a change in the terms of a deal which is necessary before one side or the other agrees
Many different words are used to describe illnesses. They are sometimes called diseases, or disorders, or conditions.
Keywords:  definition
Keywords:  steps, group
a group of steps
Keywords:  establish, response
establish a conditioned response
Keywords:  represent, way, process
a way to represent state for the process
Keywords:  check, relation, program, your, you
a relation that you can check for in your program
Keywords:  line, see
See Conditional line.