Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of property.

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Examples

  • ~ Many properties of a substance can be noted without causing the substance to undergo chemical change, and are therefore called its _physical properties_.

    An Elementary Study of Chemistry

  • That they might think clearly and suggestively about the properties of elements, and connect these with other chemical facts, they have translated the language of sense-perceptions into the language of thought, and, for _properties of those substances which have not been decomposed_, have used the more fertile expression _atomic properties_.

    The Story of Alchemy and the Beginnings of Chemistry

  • One difference between Windows PowerShell and VBScript, is that the properties are accessed via the properties_ collection.

    Site Home

  • Generating random sequences and then identifying new enzymes and their properties is an active area of research.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • One of our properties is a ranch, after all, and we're going to have to have one sooner or later.

    Legalizing a U.S. Plated Pickup truck

  • An accusation of “propaganda” and “Nazism” coming from one of Rupert Murdoch†™ s media properties is the ultimate irony: News Corp is practically the official Republican communications outlet, owner of the Fox Channels, Fox News (the “anti-liberal” news channel), the New York Post, The Weekly Standard, The Sun, among others.

    Think Progress » New York Post Compares Robert Greenwald to Nazi Propagandist

  • Reflecting the values of our society in our media properties is an important responsibility.

    Creating Value in a Competitive Media Industry

  • In 1826 Schmucker wrote, in defense of the Lutheran doctrine of the Person of Christ: "Only lack of insight and of clearness of intellect can mislead an honest opponent to impute a contradiction to the doctrine when it denies that the glorified body of Christ has the properties and is subjected to the laws which we call properties and laws of matter."

    American Lutheranism Volume 2: The United Lutheran Church (General Synod, General Council, United Synod in the South)

  • We had to look out for the 60 plus land owners here and the futures they may want, not just one rich guys wish to separate his properties from the rest of our small town.

    It's the water (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • One of the simplest examples of an emergent properties is that of common table salt (NaCl) which has properties that do not exist for either sodium (Na) or chlorine (Cl) in isolation.

    Against Darwinism

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