Definitions for "Stages"
Stages is a live album by Canadian rock band Triumph, released in 1985 (see 1985 in music). The tracks were recorded from various performances over the prior three years 1981-1984 although two new studio tracks were added: "Mind Games" and "Empty Inside".
Stages is the sophomore album by American rapper Nick Cannon. It contains the singles "Can I Live?", "Dime Piece", "It's Your Birthday", and "My Wife". "Can I Live?" is about a mother, played by Tatyana Ali in the video, who refuses to have an abortion.
"Stages" was a hit single for the American rock band ZZ Top in 1985 from their album Afterburner. The song differed from the band's normal style and even from the rest of the songs on the album, sounding somewhat like a rock power ballad. The song reached #1 on the Mainstream Rock charts in 1985 and #21 on the Billboard Hot 100.
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Swine Testing And Genetic Evaluation System. An integrated genetic evaluation system that utilizes advanced BLUP genetic technology to evaluate seedstock. STAGES was initiated in 1985 as a joint venture between Purdue University, USDA, National Association of Swine Records, and National Pork Producers Council.
Steps in the compression of a gas, In reciprocating compressors, each stage usually requires a separate cylinder, in dynamic compressors, each requires a separate rotor disc. ( 060)
A series of steps in the compression of air or a gas.
Stages is a box set consisting of live performances by Jimi Hendrix covering four years of his career. Disc One is the May 24, 1967 concert in Stockholm. Disc Two is the January 29, 1968 concert in Paris.
Different levels of disease, which indicate the extent of a cancer's growth.
The process used to determine and describe the progress of cancer. There are five stages of colorectal cancer, numbered stage 0 to stage IV. Stool: Mostly solid waste from the digestive tract; feces.
Course of disease progression defined by levels or periods of severity: early, mild, moderate, moderately severe, severe.