What does terminology mean?
Terminology is specialist terms/language used either within a speciality (like medicine) or within a particular time period (like shakespear). Medical example - "you have hypertension" - medical terminology that means you have high blood pressure. Don't know enough shakespearean language to quote shakespear but basically the words are written in a way that would have been understood in that time period.
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Attachments means any file that is sent with an email. For example a picture, song, spreadsheet, resume, etc. When you add this to an email, you "attach" the file. Please keep… in mind that there are limitations to the size of the file being attached... usually around 10mb.
the term used in any specialized subject
It means "near". The opposite is distal. SO for example, on your fingers, which have 3 bones (except the thumb), the end bone is called the distal phalanx and the one neares…t the hand is the proximal phalanx.
Both sides To expand a bit on the above answer, bilateral, in this case, refers to something that occurs in both the left and right sides of the body (such as paralysis of bo…th legs), or occurs in both of a pair of organs such as an infection in both lungs simultaneously. In general, bilateral means ocurring on both sides of a line of symmetry, whether real or imagined. The human body exhibits bilateral symmetry in that the right half is similar in appearance and function to the left half.
It is the suffix for Cell in medical terminology.
"tar" is a file format popular in Unix operating systems. Originally designed for tape archive It is similar to a zip file or any of the many compression units. It has m…ade a resurgence with Linux systems. See related link for more information.
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To collect your spent shell casings.
It usually refers to a Domain Name (i.e. answers.com)
In smoking terms it means to smoke a cigarette indeug terms it means to pull. Square of cocain off the scale
In the broadest sense, it is the belief that at least one god exists. In a more technical sense, it's used to describe a particular sort of monotheism (one that is largely co…mpatible with, say, any of the Abrahamic religions): the belief that not only does God exist but that God takes an active part in the universe. It is to be distinguished from Deism, which holds that it's possible to rationally determine that God exists (by observing the natural universe) without relying upon "revelations" or "faith". Deism also usually incorporates the belief that God created the universe and hasn't monkeyed with it since. If the universe were a building, a good analogy would be that the Deist version of God was the architect and contractor. The Theist version has him as that and also the superintendent.
Skp is short form for skip, when you see it in a pattern it means to skip a stitch.
It means that if you save something as a bookmark ex: wikianswers it should be saved at the top of you screen and when you want to go to the website ex: wikianswers it will br…ing up the website
It means that the computer is capable of performing many tasks.