If you are referring to Grammar then you have made a typing error for it should be Adjective. If it is then it would depend upon which attribute you would like to emphasise in… regard to the Cashiers position. (MORE)
(abject - as in a low or miserable condition, or despicable) The homeless people lived a life of abject poverty. The man's face wore an expression of abject horror. A…fter his girlfriend left him, he was in an abject mood for weeks. (hopeless, despondent) (MORE)
The acceleration of any freely falling object near the earth's surface with no air resistance is 9.8 meters (32.2 feet) per second 2 . We keep hammering on it but pe…ople still can't believe it . . . the weight of the object makes absolutely no difference. When you vacuum the air out of a big vertical pipe and then drop a feather and a bowling ball from the top of the pipe at the same time, the feather and the bowling ball both hit bottom at the same time. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/What_is_the_acceleration_of_a_10-N_freely_falling_object_with_no_air_resistance#ixzz1ma3A0IFb (MORE)
1. If you do work on an object in one-third the usual time, your power output is A) one third the usual power output. B) the usual power output. C) three times the usual power… output. D) impossible to predict without additional information. Answer: C (MORE)
Brought low in condition or status. .
Being of the most contemptible kind: abject cowardice. .
Being of the most miserable kind; wretched: abject poverty. … .
Intense, overpowering fear. .
One that instills intense fear: a rabid dog that became the terror of the neighborhood. .
The ability to instill intense fear: the terror of jackboots pounding down the street. .
Violence committed or threatened by a group to intimidate or coerce a population, as for military or political purposes. .
Informal. An annoying or intolerable pest: that little terror of a child. (MORE)
According to Newtons 3rd law, "Every action has an equal and opposite reaction". if you exert force on an object, the object will exert an equal and opposite force on you. whe…n the forces exerted by you and the object balance a state of equilibrium is attained. however if you exert a force greater than the weight of the body, the body begins to move and work is done. (MORE)
Adjectives that Start with the Letter J .
Jovial - joyful and playful. Someone who is jovial is generally happy and has a great sense of humor. .
Jaunty - fashionable; st…ylish. You don't have to always buy expensive designer labels to be jaunty. .
Jocund - cheerful; high spirits. If you have a jocund personality, you usually have a lot of friends and love socializing. .
Jazzy - lively and bright (can also mean flashy). Wearing a jazzy outfit is one way to get people's attention. .
Jingoistic - overly nationalistic or patriotic. Some people think that wearing an American flag pin is jingoistic. .
Judicious - showing good judgment; wise. If you are considered judicious, people usually come to you for advice. .
Jocose - humorous; joking. Jocose people are generally the life of the party and have people laughing at their jokes. .
Jaded - tired or dulled by experience or overindulgence. Some people get jaded the older they get. .
Jittery - very nervous. Speaking in front of people can make you feel jittery. Another adjective that is a synonym to jitter and begins with a /j// is "jumpy." .
Jinxed - having bad luck or misfortune. When a lot of bad things happen to you at the same time, you can feel like you are jinxed. (MORE)
Part of it is always reflected, part of it is always absorbed, andpart of it may in some situations be transmitted ... sail right on through theobject and come out the other s…ide. Window glass is a perfect example. (MORE)
The force of gravity decreases as distance from the center of the gravitational field increases. Objects in outer space are generally millions of miles from the closest massiv…e source of gravity, which makes them seem weightless. In reality, their weight is existent, but extremely close to zero. (MORE)
Pulling it along a surface basically because you don't have to support the weight... In terms of physics lifting the object requires you to counteract the force of gravity whi…le if you push it you just have to overcome friction which is the friction coefficient multiplied by the normal force (which in many cases is the force of gravity)... And since the coefficient is always less than one the force will in all cases be less by sliding it. (MORE)
The words that describe adjectives are adverbs; for example: .
a very funny man .
beautifully designed jewelery .
extremely sour apples .
too sweet coffee .
a bar…ely sincere apology .
a cleverly disguised ruse (MORE)
Source code is the "source" of a program. This means that this is the code provided by a programmer in a human readable and modifiable form. When a programmer writes a program…, he/she will develop source code in a programming language such as C, C++, maybe Pascal among others. An object module can mean two different things depending on the context. An object module generally is an intermediate step between source code and an executable file like a .EXE on Windows. An executable file is actually what is generated by a compiler (like GCC or Visual C++) from source code and is effectively "machine language". It is not human readable and to a certain extend is not even machine readable as a whole. The way it works is that part of an executable file contains information to tell the operating system how to read the file into memory and where to start running it. The operating system will then tell the CPU where to start reading the program while it is in memory. The executable is a series of instructions understandable by the CPU and it performs them one by one as the program defines. Consider this overall process of compiling as someone writing a recipe for a certain type of food and then another person will compile a list of instructions in way that a resturant kitchen staff can follow it over and over. A different compiler might even translate the recipe to a different spoken language. In a similar fashion, one compiler might translate from C to Intel x86 while another would translate to IBM PowerPC. An object file often is an intermediate step between source and executable. This file is the result of compiling a single source file as opposed to all the source files of an entire program. Some programs fit in a single source file, but others can be hundreds or even thousands of source files. To compile the Linux kernel in it's full form as a single static executable can require compiling tens of thousands of files. Once each file is mostly translated to machine language and stored as an object file, a program called a linker is used to merge those files together into a single executable. This process might be seems as taking the recipe for and English muffin, another for hollandaise sauce and a final one for Eggs Benedict and merging all the steps together into a single recipe which a kitchen staff can execute in a given order to start with raw ingredients and produce the final product. (MORE)
The word dream is a noun and an action verb. The noun dream (dreams) is a singular, common abstract noun; a word for a series of involuntary thoughts, images, and sensatio…ns occurring in a person's mind during sleep. The verb to dream (dreams, dreaming, dreamed) is a word for the act of dreaming. (MORE)
The force of gravity, called gravitational force, pulls every object that weighs anything (has mass) toward every other object that has mass. The closer the objects are, the …higher their force of gravity on each other. (MORE)