Definitions for "item"
To make a note or memorandum of.
In an attribute table, a field of information commonly displayed as a column. A single attribute from a record in an INFO data file.
A single object is considered to be any item whose parts are not easily usable independently. (A sword, a shield, a throwing weapon, etc.). This requires a substantial connection to be made between all parts of an object i.e. a cord connecting a breastplate to a greave does not constitute a single object but a full suit of plate would. This applies to magic that refers to targeting a single object and does not override any other rules governing how a specific magic or type of magic interacts with other specific objects. I.e. Mend only repairing a single point of armor in a single hit location.
An item is generally the basic unit of archival description and control. An individual item might consist of a file (folder) of documents relating to a specific subject.
All contents of a numbered folder, corresponding to the Blue Book description.
The smallest unit of information that the library server administers. An item can be a folder, document, workbasket, or workflow. Referred to as an object outside of library server functions.
(1) A document.(2) A separately numbered entry describing records on an SF 115, Request for Records Disposition Authority. Usually consists of a record series or part of an information system. See also STANDARD FORM 115.
A single entry in a news feed or podcast channel. In podcasts, each item contains the enclosure linking to the podcast file and various information about the file such as title, author, category, etc.
a distinct blog entry
An element of the registry datastore. See Registration Service (RS) and RS Editors .
a foundational element of the tree
a superimposed information element associated with a mark
An image and its associated metadata. May also be referred to as a record.
a constituent of a repository from which metadata about a resource can be disseminated
In OAI-PMH, item is the label for the totality of metadata contained in a repository about a single resource. Each item of metadata in a repository has a unique identifier and may be disseminated from the repository in one or more metadata formats. A metadata item disseminated in a particular metadata format is an OAI-PMH metadata record.
A statement, question, exercise, or task on a test for which the test taker is to select or construct a response or perform a task. See Item prompt. Ibid.
A single question, problem, or task used to assess a student (see Task).
a folder, message, task, etc
An entity in G2 that represents a set of knowledge that has identity and that persists. Each item represents a set of information that is distinct from other information and that you can reference directly or indirectly.
a larger chunk of information--a collection of things that make up a distinct part of the store interface
a single user interface element or a collection of elements that make up a distinct part of the store interface
Also; as an additional article.
An article; a separate particular in an account; as, the items in a bill; he picked up four items at the drug store.
A short article in a newspaper; a paragraph; as, an item concerning the weather.
Keywords:  invoice, noninventory, gdas, gtin, bom
An item is any product or service on which there is a need to retrieve pre-defined information and that may be priced, ordered or invoiced at any point in any supply chain (EAN/UCC GDAS definition). An EAN/UCC Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) uniquely identifies an item.
In PeopleSoft Inventory, a tangible commodity that is stored in a business unit (shipped from a warehouse). In PeopleSoft Demand Planning, Inventory Policy Planning, and Supply Planning, a noninventory item that is designated as being used for planning purposes only. It can represent a family or group of inventory items. It can have a planning bill of material (BOM) or planning routing, and it can exist as a component on a planning BOM. A planning item cannot be specified on a production or engineering BOM or routing, and it cannot be used as a component in a production. The quantity on hand will never be maintained. In PeopleSoft Receivables, an individual receivable. An item can be an invoice, a credit memo, a debit memo, a write-off, or an adjustment.
In Project Builder, an object in the file system associated with a project, such as a form or report, and pointed to or represented by a node in the Project Navigator.
a leaf node (end point) of the IFS tree
an actual physical copy of a particular Manifestation
a distinct part that can be specified separately in a group of things that could be enumerated on a list; "he noticed an item in the New York Times"; "she had several items on her shopping list"; "the main point on the agenda was taken up first"
(used when listing or enumerating items) also; "a length of chain, item a hook"-Philip Guedalla
a listed offer to sell something at a fixed price
a furnishing, piece of equipment, or software program
Items are devices (e.g. lights, appliances, etc.) that can be controlled within the Home Automation feature of the Escort system. Such devices can be controlled using a touch-tone telephone.
Anything that a subscriber tracks as part of a property inventory within Homefreeâ„¢. Includes appliances, flooring, electronics, furnishings, and more.
Item is the group term for objects and locations.
Any searchable text object, including individual CUBs, Federal Court decisions and Supreme Court decisions.
Every built-in and user-defined entity in the G2 class hierarchy. Strictly speaking, items are entities that inherit directly from the ITEM class, which is the highest class in the G2 class hierarchy. For example, class definitions, methods, procedures, rules, and workspaces are all considered items in G2. However, for consistency with object-oriented terminology, we often refer to items as objects. Contrast with object.
The smallest unit of archival material, such as the individual letter, report, photograph, or reel of film.
a specific cut length from a reel, roll or strip of material
A discrete unit in a recordkeeping system or, in the archival context, within a series, such as a document or file, that is treated as a unit for control and retrieval.
A topic or piece of information having the salacious character of gossip, especially a romantic relation between two people; as, I hear that the boss and his new secretary are an item.
A string of 0 to 255 characters which is a component of a message (either text lines, command lines, or data lines) in a keyed file. The characters in an item need not be printable and the meaning associated with an item or any of the characters in it will, in general, depend on the routine which is processing it.
a character, a character class expression, or a range expression
Keywords:  innuendo, hint
A hint; an innuendo.
Keywords:  incipit, sku, zebra, bound, explicit
A physical volume bound and shelved as a unit. Items can be a single publication or a group of serial issues bound together. Items carry a bar code ("zebra") to identify the piece for various inventory purposes.
a unit of writing bounded by a heading (incipit) and an ending (explicit)
See Stock Keeping Unit (SKU)
a full selection of your shopping can also let you make snap decisions that you regret later
a Marshalls nearby for your value shopping needs
Graphical representation of a role in a view tree.
An icon based pictorial representation of components of the system, e.g. a strategy map item, such as an Aim, or an organisation chart item, such as a Directorate.
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Keywords:  playitem, lazy, likely, typed
Most likely it's just me being lazy. I probably should have typed "playitem"
a final printed piece, such as a postcard, or a business card, or flyer
A piece of language, e.g. a vocabulary or a grammar item. The parts of a test to which a student has to respond.
The term used to refer to an unspecified text in a manuscript book.
a coherent unit of text that will be analyzed
a version of a text, sometimes the only surviving version
a product or service that your company buys or sells
Products carried in-stock by a retailer or wholesaler.
any product, material or service.
An individual book, journal issue, audio tape, etc. - something the Library has.
Anything (for example: book, video, or DVD) that is part of the Library's collection.
Each physical piece of material included in the library collection, e.g. book, periodical. Also any bibliographic item existing in the OPAC as an electronic record.
Keywords:  tuple, key, value
a key-value tuple
something that bothers the individual psychologically.
Keywords:  barchart, row, output, table, control
a row in the table output by the BarChart control
Keywords:  ala, carte, food, product, individual
Individual food or food product
An ala carte food item.
Keywords:  trash, they're, pile, equipped, card
Card type. Items have effects when they're used (items go to the Trash pile when they're used) and when they're equipped.
a wizard which steps you through the various configuration options and is ideal for first time bidders
Keywords:  surprise, enemies, added, take, account
an added surprise that your enemies do not take into account
an individual instance of a type of symbol; "the word`error' contains three tokens of `r'"
contains one component of a list.
a content item is a unique URL for which there is at most one published version. The item may contain many versions, each of which can be in a different state.
Keywords:  summation, three, different, parts
a summation of three different parts
a small part that can be considered separately from the whole; "it was perfect in all details"
an isolated fact that is considered separately from the whole; "several of the details are similar"; "a point of information"
an indexical referent by having a particularized indexical status, that is, by being encountered through a form of encounter at a position within a perspective
An electronic record representing the movement of funds.
a database record that associates a rewrite with a group
a labeled note, with an optional descriptive text called comment
Keywords:  keyword
a reference to data that is meaningful to both applications in a conversation
Keywords:  fairly, easily, sold, asset, money
an asset if it makes you money, or can be sold for money fairly easily
Keywords:  reader, see
see Reader.
A physical entity as opposed to an intellectual entity. See also: work.
A collection of logically related attributes.
a whole individual unit; especially when included in a list or collection; "they reduced the price on many items"
Keywords:  fighting, team, gain, model, full
a model specified by the level designer that every team is fighting to gain full control of
Keywords:  occasion, special
a special occasion
Keywords:  quantity, string, describing, name
a name, a quantity, and a String describing where it is (e
Keywords:  sequence, line, number
A sequence line number.
a directory or register of persons or corporate bodies
a part or component that you define to use in transactions to keep history of its activity and maintain a consistent format
Keywords:  difference
Keywords:  contract, insured, refers, term
A term that refers to what is insured in a contract.