Definitions for "Result"
To come out, or have an issue; to terminate; to have consequences; -- followed by in; as, this measure will result in good or in evil.
To proceed, spring, or rise, as a consequence, from facts, arguments, premises, combination of circumstances, consultation, thought, or endeavor.
That which results; the conclusion or end to which any course or condition of things leads, or which is obtained by any process or operation; consequence or effect; as, the result of a course of action; the result of a mathematical operation.
issue or terminate (in a specified way, state, etc.); end; "result in tragedy"
a gripping portrait of a tragedy through the victims' eyes that is at once human, universal and touching, and also uniquely, terribly Russian
Keywords:  rebound, outsourcing, leap, jobs, back
To leap back; to rebound.
an outsourcing jobs rebound, however
Keywords:  semantic, role, virtue, verb, noun
a type of domain relation where event A necessarily causes event B to happen.
the semantic role of the noun phrase whose referent exists only by virtue of the activity denoted by the verb in the clause
a semantic role that refers to that which is produced by an event
The effect desired for Iowans, expressed as broad statements.
a piece of code that is executed after your action has already completed and returned a value such as success or error
The desired effects when key elements of a critical success factor are effectively implemented. Results are expected for each system in the HCAAF in two categories: effectiveness results and compliance results. Compliance results refer to specific statutory or regulatory requirements.
A lemma, theorem, or corollary. A statement of "if-then" that has been proven to be true. Also, the conclusion of such a statement. Constructive Proof[ edit
a statement that solves a problem or explains how to solve the problem; "they were trying to find a peaceful solution"; "the answers were in the back of the book"; "he computed the result to four decimal places"
a new similarity measure to compare visitor behavior browsing
a profusion of specialized sites that not only allow for entertaining browsing but help trip providers and trip consumers to be more sure that their interests are matching up
a large, growing entry point to the medical industry that is particularly suited to immigrants, who may lack extensive training or college degrees, but speak more than one language
a new breed of college conservative, one poised to inherit the responsibility of shaping the Republican Party in the years to come
a difference in the audible or measurable noise
a "tangible, measurable, final product, achievement, or accomplishment that you have produced or created out of your involvement or participation in a particular activity or job
Information about a characteristic that is determined as a result of field measurements, observations, or lab analytical procedures performed on samples. The existing STORET has 200 million or more results.
A change in the condition of a customer or a change in the host country condition which has a relationship to the customer. A result is brought about by the intervention of USAID in concert with its development partners. Strategic objectives are the highest level result for which an operating unit is held accountable; intermediate results are those results which contribute to the achievement of a strategic objective.
A significant, intended and measurable change in the condition of a customer, or a change in the host country, institution or other entity that will affect the customer directly or indirectly.
Keywords:  keyspace, anyway, chunk, solution, job
An result is a solution in the keyspace. There can be only one result per chunk, but usually you care only for the first found result in a given job, anyway.
Keywords:  jackup, gulf, rigs, tight, storms
a jackup market that is stretched extremely tight due not only to rigs destroyed in the storms but rigs leaving the Gulf
Result is a smaller scale achievement within a Project, that contributes to the overall project objective. Grouping actions together under Results helps identify the next action to take to reach the Result without having to re-think the project plan. For example, if you had a project to purchase a new car, selecting the make and model would be an important milestone in that project, and you could class this as a Result. If you prefer the term "Subproject" to "Result", there is an option in the ResultsManager Options in Power User mode that lets you use this term instead.
direct and immediate effects brought about by the project on the direct beneficiaries, which provide, for example, information on improvement in capacity/efficiency of partners or enhancement of performance
a family atmosphere in which older students seem to act responsibly toward younger ones, and younger ones look to the older ones for support
a knowledge resource created by students for students' use and also used by lecturers for diagnosing student learning
a lot of students uninterested in their major
an improvement in social order across a range of behaviors
a preliminary conceptual framework for understanding how ethical principles underlying governance systems are intertwined with social practice in the perspective collective or social learning process
a building that is as disciplined in its own way as the rigorous Georgian architecture of Independence Hall
a change in state of some aspect of the business or in the impact of the business in its environment
résultat A result is the impact or effect of a program Source: Glossary – Framework for the Management of Information in the Government of Canada
The decision or determination of a council or deliberative assembly; a resolve; a decree.
Keywords:  sle, strong, indicator
a strong indicator that SLE is not present
Information generated and communicated from the archive (DAAC) to the IMS client and displayed in the user interface as a result of a user-initiated search.
Keywords:  napkin, stain, silk, dress, mark
result in; "The water left a mark on the silk dress"; "Her blood left a stain on the napkin"
Keywords:  pcraster, column, maps, series, tables
The set of one or more PCRaster maps, tables, time series or point data column files that are generated by an operation.
a set of output instances produced by a given run
Synonym of output. See also deliverable.
See Argument/Result, Input/Output.
Keywords:  retreat, love, doesn't, city, fall
a building that doesn't retreat from the city, but makes us fall in love with it all over again
Keywords:  resilience, flying, back
A flying back; resilience.
Keywords:  scenario, end, point
the end point of a scenario.
a Canadian system of values demonstrably different from those of the U
Keywords:  listened, radio, something
something that results; "he listened for the results on the radio"
Keywords:  reliable, solid, thin, family, client
a solid and reliable Thin Client family
Keywords:  recognized, dynamic, object
a dynamic object a it is being recognized
Keywords:  chosen, edit, displayed, text, list
A List result is the text that will be inserted into your document based on the item you have chosen from your List. The result can differ from the item displayed in the List (see Edit the results in a List).
Keywords:  entity, operation, produced
An entity produced by an operation.
Returns the current value of the computation.