Definitions for "Response"
Keywords:  reply, versicle, sung, petition, answer
The act of responding.
An answer or reply.
Reply to an objection in formal disputation.
An actor's or character's reaction to any stimulus.
The variety of reactions to exposure to chemicals that might occur in an organism.
The output of a device that results from a stimulus under specified conditions. For example, the response of a microphone is the output voltage resulting from an acoustic wave incident on the microphone (IEC 84).
Coordinated third party (not owner/operator) emergency (e.g., medical, fire, hazardous or explosive material handling), law enforcement, investigation, defense, or other crisis management service aimed at the source or cause of the incident.
The reaction to an incident or emergency to assess the damage or impact and to ascertain the level of containment and control activity required. In addition to addressing matters of life safety and evacuation, Response also addresses the policies, procedures and actions to be followed in the event of an emergency. 1) The step or stage that immediately follows a disaster event where actions begin as a result of the event having occurred. SIMILAR TERMS: Emergency Response, Disaster Response, Immediate Response, and Damage Assessment.
The phase in a disaster when relief, recovery, and rehabilitation occur. Also includes the delivery of services, the management of activities and programs designed to address the immediate and short-term effects of an emergency or disaster (Landesman definition).
The third stage of the SARA model of problem-oriented policing, in which data collected during the analysis stage are used to develop a strategy to address the problem and, ultimately, implement a response.
The third stage in the SARA process involving the development and implementation of an intervention designed to reduce a problem. Also a term for the preventive treatment or intervention being applied (see Intervention or Treatment) , , , , , 14, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 23, 26, 29, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 58, 60
A notification by IONA Customer Services in response to the Customer on an opened Service Request with either a resolution, disposition, assignment or requesting additional information.
an indication of success or failure given by an SMTP server to a client that is attempting to send a message. Each piece of envelope information sent by the client is followed by a response from the server. Imitating these responses accurately without bothering the real SMTP server is one of the biggest challenges in designing a proxypot.
An HTTP response message [ HTTP
the manner in which something is greeted; "she did not expect the cold reception she received from her superiors"
A change in the specimen from its initial state. For explosive components, a response is most often the successful function. For biological specimen, a response if often a death for toxicological tests or a cure for pharmacological tests. For a true sensitivity test, the response is binary, i.e. a clearly defined YES or NO to the question: "Did the specimen change?"
The measured biological effect of the material tested. In acute toxicity tests this is usually death. In biostimulation tests this is usually biomass increase. In chronic toxicity tests this can be reductions in reproduction, growth as well as death.
a decrease in disease that occurs because of  treatment; divided into complete response(remission) or partial response(remission)
Term indicating an improvement in a patient's condition after some form of treatment. A prostate cancer has a positive "response" when there is a reduction in tumor size or improved blood test readings.
Term used to indicate the result of therapy as it applies to shrinking tumors.
Amount of health damage caused by exposure to a certain dose of a harmful substance or form of radiation. See dose, dose-response curve, median lethal dose.
The sensitivity of a light detector to specific wavelengths. The photopic response curve describes the relative sensitivity of the human eye over the visible spectrum. The NVIS response curve describes the sensitivity of that NVIS (expressed in milliamps/watt) over the visible and IR spectrum.
a commentary on the article itself
indicates material written in response to a commentary or to another response.
a similar hypersensitivity to an atopic dermatitis
the action desired; the % of returns from a mailing ; the number of inquiries from an ad.
a writing which is responsive to an inquiry and mailed to the last known address of the obligor
a function of the corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) secreted by the hypothalamus, which activates the pituitary-adrenal system
An action by which a server indicates it has completed a request procedure. For example, the server can supply basic information about search results such as the search status, the number of records found, query identification number, any explanation of a failed result set, and other information about the result set.
a certificate where M is a relational algebra query and N is a table
an expression and explanation of comprehension
a cell to avail of life rely on foods produced by some variation due to avail of new location for differential survival
a useful characteristic upon which have been used to survive It is reproduction
ecological responses are behavioral and physical changes that happen during the lifetime of a single organism and increase individual’s chance of survival as opposed to evolutionary adaptation, which takes place over multiple generations and is a result of a change in the species genetic makeup.
An immediate, short-term change in physiological functions (such as heart rate or respiration) brought on by exercise.
A physiological change in a plant that is induced by an outside, usually environmental, condition.
a site telling the reader that it 'has always respected the international mechanisms, diplomats, military and humanitarians' and respects the 'war and peace conventions
Your response to a motion by the other side is a document you file with the court to tell the court why it should not do what the other side is asking it to do. See Local Rule CV-7(d), (f).
Keywords:  pleadings
Responsive Pleadings
a term often used interchangeably with "results" to an infomercial telecast.
a single-use eight-digit hex password generated by a CRYPTOCard as a result of encrypting a challenge
Identify and understand threats, assess vulnerabilities, determine potential impacts and disseminate timely information to our homeland security partners and the public.
a rebuttal of the information provided
bid by opener's partner at first opportunity after the opening bid.
The offer received from a vendor in response to a solicitation. A response includes submissions commonly referred to as "offers," "bids," "quotes," or "proposals."
A bid by a player after his partner just previously bid or doubled
Keywords:  fugue, repetition, fifth, fourth, below
A repetition of the given subject in a fugue by another part on the fifth above or fourth below.
Keywords:  cymbal, struck, peak, reaches, sound
How quickly a sound reaches its peak after a cymbal is struck.
Any observable behavior. Some examples are standing up, speaking, crossing your eyes, blinking, or swallowing.
A combination of the amount of air resistance, efficiency of sound production, and other aspects of playability and player comfort. Back
Keywords:  sar, summary, submitted, processor, aid
a summary of the information you submitted to the Federal Processor and is called a Student Aid Report (SAR)
Keywords:  indirect, little
a little uh, indirect
a part of our success
The value indicating degree of success by an object on an agent, and entered into the appropriate cell of an Input Grid.
typically shorthand for frequency response. ~~~~~ go back with your browser back button. If lost, go home
Keywords:  phenomenon, considered
a considered phenomenon
In Windows remote access, strings expected from the device, which can contain macros. See also: string; remote access
a distinction warranted because they belong to a definition It would be the past
The proportion or absolute size of a population that demonstrates a specific effect. May also refer to the nature of the effect.
Keywords:  premises, choices, matching, item
The choices that must be matched to premises in a matching item.
a collection of Results, though in practice you'll usually only have one Result
Keywords:  interference, potential
a potential interference
Keywords:  effort, satisfy, drive
an effort to satisfy a drive
an indication of what is going on in prostate cancer
The value of the quantity measured, as indicated or otherwise provided by a measuring instrument.
a result; "this situation developed in response to events in Africa"
Keywords:  delay, passage, output, liquid, flow
Delay time until the flow of liquid in the passage area is output.
Keywords:  session, material, produced
Material that is produced during an AC session.
Incoming contacts generated by media.
Any Written Response by a Party or Representative to any Claim.
an installable image for an electronic mail program