IV. DEFINITIONS/ TERMINOLOGIES A. Description of Major Components of Assets & Liabilities i. Currency (Cash in hand) Notes and coins that are of fixed nominal values and accepted as legal tender in an economy that are issued by the central bank and/or government. This category should also include currency that is no longer legal tender, but that can be exchanged immediately for current legal tender. Non-financial corporations do not have any liability in the shape of currency because those are
literature a former way of writing. Confucian attitudes towards the law Living in the warring state era, Confucian saw the cruelty of laws. He understood that law only intimidates people. It was due to the intimidation that makes people not to commit crime. Yet this does not bring peace and harmony. Confucius believes if people can be taught to be good and righteous through rituals, then laws are not necessary. Under this philosophy, Confucius and his disciples went around the country to spread their
The Kite Runner and A Streetcar Named Desire |WORD |Part of Speech |Definition | |Congenital |Adjective |Having a particular trait from birth or by firmly established habit. | |Sentence |The infant’s birth defect was congenital and was later corrected by surgery.
Definition of fast fashion Fast fashion is a sales model in which the latest fashion designs from the catwalk are manufactured and distributed as soon as possible by contemporary fashion retailers. This new type of sales business has developed rapidly in recent years in Europe, especially in the UK. This sales model is based on a sales concept, which came from the United States in the 1980s, that is, clothing sales involves quick feedback from the fashion designs in the show. One of the fast fashion
class in capitalistic society who search for more pay, better conditions, hours, etc. Essentialism and negative essentialism- essentialism is a broad definition based on certain core characteristics, regarding something as having universal validity rather than just an ideological construct. Negative essentialism is this same broad definition viewed with a negative connotation suggesting an object like relationship to essentialism, the subject. Charlotte Woodward- A glove maker whose wages were
Complete the following table (Words and brief sentences): | Definition | Example | Epistemology | Epistemology refers to a theory of knowledge, a way of thinking about the world, how knowledge can be constructed and what methods can be used to understand the world. | * Constructivism * Positivism, * Culture: culture is a way of life, and the way a certain individual sees their culture can/is different from the way the other will see their own culture. In most African cultures it is a
will know if you have a true husband if he loves you unconditional, provides, inspires your hopes and dreams, is your best friend, makes mistakes but learns from them, and is bonded legally. That’s what a husband is defined as for me. Base on my definition of a husband, I feel Marvin is a true husband.
Listed here are some definitions to make the transition to using a computer and the internet easier to understand. A PC is a computer used by an individual for office or recreational use. A Mac is a computer made by Apple that is used by an individual for office or recreational use. Hardware refers to the objects that you can see and touch like the keyboard or the mouse which help in navigating the computer. Software refers to a set of instructions that the computer reads to help it
for this homework. Use this document as a template. Final document should looks like only one student work on it although five people completed it. Chapter 1 - The Science of Biology Vocabulary: Describe or define each word | Term | Definition | 1 | Cellular Organization | | 2 | Sensitivity | | 3 | Growth, development, and reproduction | | 4 | Ordered complexity | | 5 | Energy utilization | | 6 | Homeostasis | | 7 | Evolutionary adaptation | | 8 | Cellular
Definitions The central processing unit (CPU) of a computer is a piece of hardware that carries out the instructions of a computer program. It performs the basic arithmetical, logical, and input/output operations of a computer system. The CPU is like the brains of the computer - every instruction, no matter how simple, has to go through the CPU. So let's say you press the letter 'k' on your keyboard and it appears on the screen - the CPU of your computer is what makes this possible. The CPU is