subject scope

  • 1subject matter — I noun content, contents, context, framework, import, material, matter, scope, study, substance, sum and substance, text, writing associated concepts: subject matter jurisdiction II index content (meaning) …

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  • 2scope — ► NOUN 1) the extent of the area or subject matter that something deals with or to which it is relevant. 2) the opportunity or possibility for doing something. ORIGIN originally denoting a target for shooting at: from Greek skopos target …

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  • 3scope — noun 1 opportunity ADJECTIVE ▪ full ▪ In her new house she had full scope for her passion for gardening. ▪ ample, considerable, enormous, great, huge …

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  • 4scope — scope1 W3 [skəup US skoup] n [Date: 1500 1600; : Italian; Origin: scopo purpose , from Greek skopos] 1.) [U] the range of things that a subject, activity, book etc deals with scope of ▪ the need to define the scope of the investigation ▪ measures …

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  • 5scope — 01. The commission has been instructed to widen the [scope] of its investigation. 02. The government appointed ethics committee has been authorized to widen the [scope] of its investigation to include a discussion of new reproductive technologies …

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  • 6scope — scope1 [ skoup ] noun uncount ** 1. ) the things that a particular activity, organization, subject, etc. deals with: in scope: The new law is limited in scope. beyond/outside the scope of someone/something: These issues are beyond the scope of… …

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  • 7scope — I UK [skəʊp] / US [skoʊp] noun [uncountable] ** 1) the things that a particular activity, organization, subject, etc deals with in scope: The new law is limited in scope. beyond/outside the scope of someone/something: These issues are beyond the… …

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  • 8-scope — comb. form forming nouns denoting: 1 a device looked at or through (kaleidoscope; telescope). 2 an instrument for observing or showing (gyroscope; oscilloscope). Derivatives: scopic comb. form forming adjectives. Etymology: from or after mod.L… …

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  • 9scope — 1 noun (U) 1 the range of things that a subject, activity, book etc deals with: a repertoire of extraordinary scope | beyond/within the scope of: The politics of the country is really beyond the scope of a tourist book like this. | widen/broaden… …

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  • 10scope*/ — [skəʊp] noun [U] 1) the things that a particular activity, organization, subject etc deals with Syn: range The new law is limited in scope.[/ex] These issues are beyond the scope of this book.[/ex] Responsibility for office services is not within …

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  • 11scope — scope1 noun 1》 the extent of the area or subject matter that something deals with or to which it is relevant: these complex matters are beyond the scope of this book. 2》 the opportunity or possibility for doing something.     ↘archaic a purpose… …

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  • 12subject — Constitutional law. One that owes allegiance to a sovereign and is governed by his laws. The natives of Great Britain are subjects of the British government. Men in free governments are subjects as well as citizens; as citizens they enjoy rights… …

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  • 13Single Scope Background Investigation — A Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) is a type of United States security clearance investigation required for Top Secret, SCI and Q access, and involves agents contacting employers, coworkers and other individuals. Standard elements… …

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  • 14Patentable subject matter — Patent law (patents for inventions) …

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  • 15Library of Congress Subject Headings — The Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) comprise a thesaurus (in the information technology sense) of subject headings, maintained by the United States Library of Congress, for use in bibliographic records. LC Subject Headings are an… …

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  • 16Review journal — A review journal in academic publishing is a periodical or series that is devoted to the publication of review articles that summarize the progress in some particular area or topic during a preceding period. This article will include the method… …

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  • 17Inspec — Producer Institution of Engineering and Technology History 1967–present Access Providers Inspec Direct, Datastar, Dialog, EBSCO Publishing, Elsevier, FIZ Technik, Thomson Innovation, Thomson Web of Knowledge, Ovid, Questel.Orbit, STN …

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  • 18Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics —   Abbreviated title (ISO) Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. or PCCP Discipline …

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  • 19Science Abstracts — The first issue of Science Abstracts was published in January 1898. During the first year, a total of 1,423 abstracts was published at monthly intervals and at the end of the year an author and subject index were added.The first issue contained… …

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  • 20Character — Char ac*ter, n. [L., an instrument for marking, character, Gr. ?, fr. ? to make sharp, to cut into furrows, to engrave: cf. F. caract[ e]re.] [1913 Webster] 1. A distinctive mark; a letter, figure, or symbol. [1913 Webster] It were much to be… …

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