title A title in the greater nobility. In principle a count hereditarily owns and administers a county -- a big chunk of a city-state. There are eight land-owning counts in Vheshrame. Occasionally other extremely important people get the title, and pass it to their descendants; there are three such in Vheshrame.
A count is a nobleman in most European countries, equivalent in rank to a British earl, whose wife is also still a "countess" (for lack of an Anglo-Saxon term). The word count comes from French comte, itself from Latin comes— in its accusative comitem— meaning "companion", and later "companion of the emperor, delegate of the emperor". Alternative "Count" status are used in other countries with different names such as during the Empire of Japan.
An aggregate function which returns the number of rows of a query or some part of a query. Count can be used to return a single count of the rows a query selects, or the rows for each group in a query, such as the number of degrees each student has. See Group Functions.
A number that represents the player's estimate of how favorable or unfavorable. Counting = The ability of a player to keep an accurate mental record of the cards that have been played. Can allow players to have a relatively good idea of which cards remain in the shoe.
Refers to the approximate value of cards remaining in the deck/shoe to be dealt. As a noun, the "count" is a number that approximates their value. Aside of card counting, the "count" can also refer to the value of a hand.
verb, to list or name the numerals in relation to a set of items or events to determine the total number; enumerate. noun, the number obtained from counting. A count is one of the two dimensions of a frequency.
The offensive count is the numbers, signals and a specific cadence that the Quarterback shouts signaling for the center to “hike” the ball to initiate a play. Sometimes the Quarterback will shout a long count, with many signals in an attempt to confuse or draw the defense off sides (Off Sides is the term for crossing the line of scrimmage prior to the ball being hiked and is a penalty for either the offense and defense depending on who commits the infraction).
Take a Forth text string and return the address of the first character and the number of characters. Definition: : COUNT ( addr -- addr+1 byte ) DUP 1+ SWAP [email protected] ; Also used as a [email protected] with auto increment. See '83 handy reference. " Hello" COUNT TYPE
The number of days (working days or market days) during which the composite indicator price remains above the ceiling or below the floor of the price range established for the purpose of applying adjustments to quotas.* See also Adjustment of quotas
In baseball, the count refers to the number of balls and strikes a batsman has in his current plate appearance. It is usually announced as a pair of numbers, for instance "3-0", with the first number being the number of balls and the second being the number of strikes. A 3-2 count—that is, one with the maximum number of balls and strikes—is referred to as a full count.
A formal statement of the plaintiff's case in court; in a more technical and correct sense, a particular allegation or charge in a declaration or indictment, separately setting forth the cause of action or prosecution.
an allegation in an indictment charging a defendant with a crime. An indictment may contain allegations that the defendant has committed more than one crime. The separate allegations are referred to as the counts of the indictment.
An allegation in an indictment or information, charging a defendant with a crime. An indictment or information may contain allegations that the defendant committed more than one crime. Each allegation is referred to as a count.
A claim made in common by two or more alleged inventors (opposing parties) in legal contest to determine who was the first inventor, and, hence, who is deserving of a U.S. patent (called an interference). The count defines the interfering subject matter between two or more patent applications or between one or more applications and one or more issued patents.
Process of reconciling the data on offender population currently under the jurisdiction of the NDOC and maintained in CORS, with the actual physical count performed within each wing, unit and facility by corrections officers six times daily and as needed.