Definitions for "Entities"
Discarnates, or spirit beings, without physical bodies that can be seen or recognized by some but are undetectable by others. They continue to live in an appropriate dimension between physical incarnations. Some visitation and contact between planes is noted; their presence may be positive or negative.
Energetic beings not belonging to an individual but attached to the outer or inner aura from ancestral, astral or other dimensions. All entities have thought patterns that can filter into your thoughts just like if you had thought them. Sudden shifts in personality patterns, pain or rage can be related to entities. Best sources of entities: shopping malls and hospitals.
The attribute value is a list of one or more entity names, separated by spaces.When providing the attribute value, do not supply the entity reference delimiters & and ;.
Denotes association activities which require segregation of their financial transactions, but which do not otherwise qualify to be treated as a separate organization for legal purposes. Examples are funds for grants, scholarships and stipends and the activities of Special Interest Sections, all of which fall under the legal organization of AALL, but which are required to be accounted for separately. Also refer to FUNDS.
In HTML, characters that are specified by special sequences inside an ampersand and a semi-colon, such as " = quotation mark and © = copyright symbol. Special Unicode entities use ampersand and a hash-mark/pound sign, such as &#nnnn; = nnnn.
In the context of the GA TT Government Procurement Code, refers to government departments or ministries and their subsidiary agencies, as well as state-owned monopolies or other state trading enterprises.
A class of real world thing whose role of interaction with the enterprise is well defined.
things that exist as particular and discrete units (e.g. persons, organisations)
Keywords:  plural
Plural of entity.
Keywords:  dtd, subset, markup, xml, external
From Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.1 ( 2004-02-04) An XML document may consist of one or many storage units. These are called entities; they all have content and are all (except for the document entity and the external DTD subset) identified by entity name.
Objects (whether they be doors, lights, monsters etc.) that can do something.
Systems, components, and applications.