Definitions for "Deposition"
The act of depositing or deposing; the act of laying down or thrown down; precipitation.
That which is deposited; matter laid or thrown down; sediment; alluvial matter; as, banks are sometimes depositions of alluvial matter.
An opinion, example, or statement, laid down or asserted; a declaration.
The laying down or precipitation of mineral matter that may eventually form rocks or that creates secondary land forms such as deltas and sand dunes. The transfer of substances in air to surfaces, including soil, vegetation, surface water, or indoor surfaces, by dry or wet processes. [S. L. Brown
The putting (or setting) down of material that has previously been eroded.
Process by which a substance arrives at a particular organ or tissue site, for example the deposition of particles on the ciliated epithelium of the bronchial airways. Process by which a substance sediments out of the atmosphere or water and settles in a certain place PS accumulation
The process by which airborne dust falls from atmospheric suspension, returning to surface as deposited dust.
Deposition is the precipitation of mineral matter from solution, such as the deposition of agate, vein quartz, etc.
The processes by which chemical constituents move from the atmosphere to the earth's surface. These processes include precipitation ( wet deposition, such as rain or cloud fog), as well as particle and gas deposition ( dry deposition).
Keywords:  vapor, sublimation, phase, ice, liguid
Process by which water changes phase directly from vapor into a solid without first becoming a liquid.
The process by which water vapor turns directly into ice on a surface without passing through the liguid phase.
The direct formation of ice from the vapor phase.
Keywords:  wafer, usvi, meanders, drops, stencil
(dep - oh- si - shun) the water deposits, or drops material like sand, mud, and small stones or sticks. This often happens on the inside of meanders, because the water is flowing slowly.
Using a laser to melt ceramic paint to the surface of a target material, leaving a raised contrasting mark.
is the process in which a film of either electrically insulating or electrically conductive material is deposited on the surface of a wafer.
The Deposition, also known as The Entombment or Pala Baglioni or Deposizione Borghese, is an oil painting by the Italian High Renaissance painter Raphael, signed and dated 1508. It is in the Galleria Borghese in Rome.
The deposition (from Latin depositio cornuum, "taking off the horns") was a semi-official initiation ritual which was common at universities throughout Europe from the Middle Ages until the 18th century. The ritual was introduced at German universities in the late 15th century, probably from the influential University of Paris. Models may have included the Freisprechung ritual in artisan guilds, where apprentices were admitted to the status of journeymen.
an unpleasant experience, even if you are not the one being sued but merely testifying
In canon law, a deposition is a sentence that removes or deposes a bishop, priest, or deacon from the ordained ministry. A member of the clergy who is deposed is entirely banned from the sacred ministry, and not merely changed from one order to another.
an ecclesiastical vindictive penalty by which a cleric is forever deprived of his
Deposition by political means concerns the removal of a politician. It may be done by coup, impeachment or invasion.
The act of setting aside a sovereign or a public officer; deprivation of authority and dignity; displacement; removal.
the act of deposing someone; removing a powerful person from a position or office
A term applied to growing thin layers wither in a vacuum condensation mode, or via electroplating techniques.
Keywords:  struggle, power
a power struggle
a common but not conclusive indicator of alcohol-related injury
Keywords:  descend
a common finding in cirrhosis, occurring in up to a third of patients
Keywords:  somewhere, something, putting, act
the act of putting something somewhere
Keywords:  mind, bringing, presentation, act
The act of bringing before the mind; presentation.
Keywords:  putting, act
The act of depositing or putting into.
Keywords:  obtaining, means, useful
a useful means of obtaining them