Definitions for "Extraction"
The act of extracting, or drawing out; as, the extraction of a tooth, of a bone or an arrow from the body, of a stump from earth, of a passage from a book, of an essence or tincture.
That which is extracted; extract; essence.
separation of a material (substance) from a mixture by dissolving one or more of the substances in a solvent
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Transport of trees, stems or logs from the point of felling to a processing or roadside loading area (usually a log dump or landing).
The act or process of transporting logs from the felling site to a landing. Also referred to as terrain transport. Most extraction is done either by skidding or by yarding.
the process of obtaining something from a mixture or compound by chemical or physical or mechanical means
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a fundamental concept in the field of forensics and biotechnology
the taking of material from its undisturbed location.
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The act of extracting, or drawing out; most pharmaceuticals must be extracted and purified away from their production host.
In SQL Remote replication, the act of unloading the appropriate structure and data from the consolidated database. This information is used to initialize the remote database. In MobiLink synchronization, the act of unloading the appropriate structure and data from a reference database. See also: replication.
The act of withdrawing a cartridge or fired case from the chamber of a firearm.
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The process of converting a captured biometric sample into biometric data so that it can be compared to a reference template.
Derivation from a stock or family; lineage; descent; birth; the stock from which one has descended.
Keywords:  tannic, depth, richness, fruit, highly
Richness and depth of concentration of fruit in a wine. Usually a positive quality, although highly extracted wine can also be highly tannic.
properties attributable to your ancestry; "he comes from good origins"
When a case is extracted half way or all the way. The cases can be automatically ejected or done by hand.
Keywords:  consumption, rivers, stream, taken, off
Water taken from rivers for off-stream use or for consumption.
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A segment of a prompt that can combine dynamically with other extractions at run time to create a prompt.
Extracting relevant information from a document - for example, pulling out all the company names from a data set.