Definitions for "public"
Open to the knowledge or view of all; general; common; notorious; as, public report; public scandal.
The general body of mankind, or of a nation, state, or community; the people, indefinitely; as, the American public; also, a particular body or aggregation of people; as, an author's public.
people in general considered as a whole; "he is a hero in the eyes of the public"
An identifier used to declare member variables of classes, and functions and subroutines which allows access to other modules outside the one these entities are declared/defined in.
Scope indicator that makes an instance variable visible to any class, regardless of package or class hierarchy relationship to the class containing the instance variable.
Core API See also access control for usage. Defines a method to be public (default) - can be executed from anywhere
includes visitors to the Agency and any Agency or non-Agency personnel (eg, delivery or waste disposal employees) who may contact cytotoxic antineoplastic drugs/wastes.
A generic description of taxpayers and their representatives. Categories include business and non-business travelers, non-travelers, and Parliamentarians.
In trade parlance, non-professional speculators as distinguished from hedgers and professional speculators or traders.
all stakeholders who have the potential for affecting or being affected.
Local residents, environmental groups, Aboriginal people, local businesses, and other citizens. Does not include proponents or government departments (see definition of stakeholder).
the entire population of British Columbia, including all organizations, companies, and groups.
individuals, organizations, and groups; officials of Federal, State, and local government agencies; Indian tribes; and foreign nations. It may include anyone outside the core planning team. It includes those who may or may not have indicated an interest in the Service issues and those who do or do not realize that Service decisions may affect them.
is defined broadly to cover all the individuals or groups who may be interested in or affected by Health Canada. The definition does not require the certainty that any individual or group has such an interest; just that they may have. The public includes consumers, patients, professionals, academia, industry and the groups that represent them.
Of or pertaining to the people; belonging to the people; relating to, or affecting, a nation, state, or community; -- opposed to private; as, the public treasury.
Departments that serve their FAQs to the general public in the University-wide search page. Departments that decide to exclude their FAQs from the public are refered to as private.
A conference, message, or BBS which is open for any caller. A public message can be read by all users. A public board can have private messages and perhaps some private conferences, but generally access is available to all.
In the classification of plumbing fixtures, "public" applies to fixtures in general toilet rooms of schools, gymnasiums, hotels, railroad stations, bars, public comfort stations, and other installations (whether payor free) where fixtures are installed so that their use is similarly unrestricted.
Keywords:  gryner, emm, album, label, released
Public is the third album (the first on a major label) by Emm Gryner, released in 1998.
Keywords:  gen
Public fields and methods, as defined in Java.
Reference to the public in this document should ideally encompass all interested individuals and institutions. In some cases, particularly for financial policies, it may be expedient for the purposes of administering or implementing certain regulations and policies to define the concept of the public more narrowly to refer only to those individuals and institutions that are most directly affected by the regulations and policies in question.
Keywords:  inn, house
A public house; an inn.
Law: A bill or joint resolution (other than for amendments to the Constitution) passed by both Houses of Congress and approved by the President. Bills and joint resolutions vetoed by the President, but then overridden by the Congress also become public law.
Keywords:  social, distinct, entity, never, say
a distinct social entity comprising, if only in part, people who have not necessarily, and may never, meet face-to-face
a distinct social entity, which can be studied comparatively
a social formation
an associational form that has become increasingly important throughout the modern period in economic, political, and cultural forms of affiliation, though it is still poorly understood
A building available to the public for purposes of assembly, instruction, culture or community activity.
An article designation that allows it to be searched and viewed by any iService® user.
the (viewing)
Keywords:  fiction, necessary
a necessary fiction
This folder contains several student run databases, and it is unclear if they are still used.
Health Service Act of 1944: An act to consolidate and revise the laws relating to the U.S. Public Health Service.
Keywords:  xml, guide, book, search, application
(Application Developer's Guide - XML; search in this book)
a set of persons the members of which are prepared in some degree to understand an object, which is presented to them
Having shares available to retail investors in the open market.
Keywords:  road, house, open, common, general
Open to common or general use; as, a public road; a public house.
Keywords:  published, see
See published.
The term used to specify the location on the Internet of the reference that follows.