Definitions for "Principle"
A source, or origin; that from which anything proceeds; fundamental substance or energy; primordial substance; ultimate element, or cause.
A fundamental truth; a comprehensive law or doctrine, from which others are derived, or on which others are founded; a general truth; an elementary proposition; a maxim; an axiom; a postulate.
A settled rule of action; a governing law of conduct; an opinion or belief which exercises a directing influence on the life and behavior; a rule (usually, a right rule) of conduct consistently directing one's actions; as, a person of no principle.
Keywords:  enunciation
an enunciation of what is
a device of logical unification , and that's what make Solzhenitsyn's words applicable to the cases that Venlet has drawn together with implication
principle - malignant pleural mesothelioma.
a proposition that integrates facts, observations, experiences, and knowledge about subjects and cases
a universal proposition, an assertion that it is true for all the elements of a certain (usually very large) set
In the Universal Grammar theory, principles of language are built-in to the human mind and are thus never broken in human languages. Examples are STRUCTURE-DEPENDENCY and SUBJACENCY.
Term which shows a foundation or a fundamental element of a philosophical theory. It is also moved on the object of the theory itself and in such case he concerns the substance (or essence) of it.
An original faculty or endowment.
Not an asset in an endowment or trust. You may give to charity because of your principles. What you give may become the principal of an endowment.
Keywords:  thought, deeply, plane, avenue, refuse
a basis for thought and action in connection with a specific plane of substance
a basis of thought and action on any specific plane of substance
an "avenue of thought"
Duty to God, Duty to Others, Duty to Self. The moral precepts of Scouting.
God is principle refers to the eternal, unchanging, unlimited nature of God. god is not a being, but Being, itself.
an orientation, like an axiom in geometry -- not testable like a hypothesis
Any original inherent constituent which characterizes a substance, or gives it its essential properties, and which can usually be separated by analysis; -- applied especially to drugs, plant extracts, etc.
In modern chemistry, principles are the constituents of a substance, specifically those that produce a certain quality or effect in the substance, such as a bitter principle, which is any one of the numerous compounds having a bitter taste.
a "template" or "model" looked to for guidance is making hard decisions
In deciding what kind of literacy program to plan, be sure that all partners are included in the decision-making process. Decision making is an empowering process. See also: Networking in a language program
A plausible or coherent scenario that has yet to be applied to experience.
a critical first step in establishing this awareness
a germ of awareness, carrying all the potentiality of full consciousness on some particular level of divine activity
The amount borrowed from a lender that still has to be paid back.
Initial amount owed on a loan or credit account.
The amount of a loan excluding interest charges or payments.
a generalization, which however much it is based on empirical observation, extends beyond the range of what is given in immediate perception, thereby enabling us to predict what will happen in the future
an inference that is general rather than specific
Keywords:  commencement, beginning
Beginning; commencement.
a conceptual commitment or model, the mental-dimension equivalent of value
a cause, source or origin of anything, or the foundation or basis upon which a thing is supported
a general statement, adherence to which determines the way we think about things
An entity that hires and pays an agent to perform a service; the seller in a real estate transaction is the principal. Also, the outstanding amount on a loan is the principal.
the outstanding balance of a loan, exclusive of interest and other charges.
The sum of the loan on which interest is calculated.
Principle and Interest Loan the capital sum borrowed on which interest is paid. a loan in which both the principle and the interest are paid during the term of the loan.
The capital sum borrowed, upon which interest is payable.
a value, or standard
a statement reflecting the philosophy of a standard and which is supported by the Expected Outcomes for the standard.
Keywords:  confidence, great, claim, one
a claim that one has great confidence in
Keywords:  proved, law, deducted, fact, important
a generally accepted statement deducted or proved from the law, e
an important fact or law
That from which something proceeds in any manner whatever.
a relationship between two or more changes, like "water expands when it freezes"
Keywords:  seeks, adopted, achieve, bill, reading
The objective or related objectives that a bill seeks to achieve. The principle of a bill is adopted at its second reading.
Keywords:  bells, method, work, information, see
A method where all bells do the same work. See here for more information.
A principle is a party to a loan transaction that acts on its behalf (and therefore always represents its own risks rather than that of a client).
Keywords:  matter, different
a different matter
Original value of an investment at the time it is purchased.