Definitions for "Elements"
The: Earth, Air, Fire and Water. These four essences are the building blocks of the universe. Everything that exists (or that has potential to exist) contains one or more of these energies. The elements hum within ourselves and are also "at large" in the world. They can be utilized to cause change through magick. The four elements formed the primal essence of power - Akasha.
In ancient times, it was believed that all matter was made of four elements -- Earth, Air, Water and Fire. Witches honor this basic belief in ritual with each element has a direction within the circle. Earth=North, Air=East, Fire=South and Water=West. Some witches also recognize a fifth element. Spirit=Center of the circle.
Air, fire, water, earth and akasha (spirit) in most European Pagan traditions.
the different identities of atoms; these identities are based on the number of protons in the nuclei.
make up matter and possess unique physical and chemical properties.
the fundamental building blocks of matter within all living things.
The heating coils of a kiln.
The way in which electric cooktops deliver heat. The two most common varieties are coil elements and radiant ribbon elements featured in smoothtop units. Another type of heating element for smoothtops is halogen bulbs. Located under the cooktop, halogen bulbs produce instant heat.
High-resistance wire coils or bars used as the heat source in electric kilns.
Keywords:  doubt, crime, robbery, beyond, proven
Elements (of A Crime)
The “recipe” of a crime. Each element of a crime must be proven by the State beyond a reasonable doubt.
The component parts of crimes. For example, "Robbery" is defined as the taking and carrying away of property of another by force or fear with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of the property. Each of those four parts is an element that the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt.
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The key ingredients of drama. They are things that make drama work. They are action, role, time, tension, space, and focus.
The component parts of a legal claim or cause of action. To win a lawsuit, a plaintiff must prove every element of a legal claim. For example, here are the elements of a breach of contract claim: There was a valid contract. The plaintiff performed as specified by the contract. The defendant failed to perform as specified by the contract. The plaintiff suffered an economic loss as a result of the defendant's breach of contract.
The essential ingredients of an offense that are to be proved at the trial; the acts or omissions that form the basis of any particular offense.
These describe specific learning outcomes in unit standards. They are the competencies/achievements that must be demonstrated for the awarding of a standard.
Statements that describe what has to be done for a function to be carried out. An element is a description of an action, behaviour or outcome, which a person should be able to demonstrate. External Verifiers People appointed by awarding bodies to check the work of approved centres. They are a key link between awarding bodies and the centres.
components of an antenna that are aligned to increase gain
Elements are plug-ins like components, modules, templates, mambots or languages that extend your Joomla installation. These elements can already be bundled into the core or they can be third party elements.
Images, links, or items to be added as components of the page
Components of a task or the smallest meaningful activity that describes what employees in an industry are expected to be able to do. Elements combine to form a task, tasks combine to form a duty, and duties combine to from a job. Elements depend on other elements and are always components of a procedure. Also, the sub-division of a unit of competence. The element encapsulates: Skills - the performance of relevant tasks. Management - the skills required to manage a group of tasks to achieve the overall job function. Contingency management skills - i.e. responding to breakdowns in routines and procedures. Job/role environment - i.e. responding to general aspects of the work role and environment, such as natural constraints and working relationships.
the smaller parts of a movie that must be written and noted during the breakdown and budgeting process (e.g., cast, set pieces, vehicles, music, etc.).
The concepts of plot, character, theme, dialog, music, spectacle, and style which, when taken together, comprise the theatrical experience.
Keywords:  delimited, xml, tag, empty, font
a logical data structure within an XML document
An element is the main part of a tag. In this example - font color="red" font is the element.
From Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 ( 2000-10-06) Each XML document contains one or more elements, the boundaries of which are either delimited by start-tags and end-tags, or, for empty elements, by an empty-element tag. Each element has a type, identified by name, sometimes called its generic identifier (GI), and may have a set of attribute specifications.
"Creative elements" refer to a director, a star or stars, or a major writer that may be "attached" to a property being offered for sale (as opposed to "attachments" or "baggage," describing personnel involved in a deal that are not considered to be "elements").
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the various designs, lettering, and markings on a coin.
The various devices and emblems seen on coins.
All of the parts that make up a website, including pages, menus, layout, graphics, text, hyperlinks, functional elements such as forms, continuity standards, etc.
Keywords:  force, rain, cold, weather, wind
The use of the body moving in space and time with force/energy.
forces of weather as in cold, wind and rain etc.
The icons, colors, and the functions that appear on the computer interface .
Keywords:  composed, page, web
A web page is composed of various elements.