About Educational Diagnosis

About Educational Diagnosis

Definitions
Before entering fully into the meaning of the term educational diagnosis, we are going to know the etymological origin of the two words that give it shape: -Diagnosis comes from the Greek, exactly from “diagnostikos”, which can be translated as “through knowledge”. This word is the result of the union of three different parts: the prefix “dia-”, which means “through”; the noun “gnosis”, which is synonymous with “knowledge”; and the suffix “-sis”, which is used to indicate the action. -Educational, on the other hand, has its etymological origin in Latin. It is the result of the sum of several components of said language: the prefix “ex-”, which is synonymous with “out”; the verb “ducere”, which means “to guide”; and the suffix “-tivo”, which is used to indicate “active or passive…
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About Enlightened Despotism

About Enlightened Despotism

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The concept of despotism is linked to the abuse of power, whether moral or physical, imposing the use of force in dealing with a certain group of people. This concept is usually linked to a type of government that has absolute power and whose actions are not limited by existing laws. The concept of enlightened, in turn, is related to that belonging to or related to illustration (the philosophical and cultural movement that emerged in the eighteenth century that postulated the predominance of reason over emotions and that considered that in the use of intelligence resided in the progress of all humanity). See Abbreviation Finder for acronyms related to enlightened. During the Enlightenment a type of government existed that became known as enlightened despotism. Although at first glance this word may…
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About Tear

About Tear

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A tear is a break or break. The term is often used to name a muscle tear, which is an injury to muscle tissue with damage to interior fibers and rupture of blood vessels. For example: "The Chilean striker suffered a tear and will not play for two weeks", "López has suddenly stopped running: it seems that he has just suffered a tear", "This season I have missed four tournaments since I had two tears and one pubalgia”. The tear can be caused by contraction (with an effort that exceeds the biological capacity of the muscle to resist tension) or elongation (by excessive stretching). A proper warm -up before physical activity reduces the possibility of suffering a tear, although it does not eliminate it completely. Strain can also be caused…
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About Descendant

About Descendant

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Descendant is any person who is descended from another, such as a grandchild or a child. The concept is associated with the notion of kinship (the blood relationship or union by virtue of law). If we consider the case of an individual, those generations of his family that preceded his arrival in the world are known as ancestors. Great-great-grandparents, great-grandparents, grandparents, and parents are ancestors of a person. Those who follow a person in their family tree are their descendants (children, grandchildren, etc.). See Abbreviation Finder for acronyms related to Descendant. What is a descendant The descendants of a subject, therefore, are the generations that follow it in the family tree: children, grandchildren, great- grandchildren , great-great- grandchildren, etc. Of course, a subject can be ascendant or descendant, depending on…
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About Commercial Law

About Commercial Law

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Within the multiple branches of law, commercial law (also known as commercial law) is that dedicated to regulating relationships between people, contracts and commercial actions. Commercial law is part of private law and includes all the rules related to merchants in reference to the development of their work. At a general level, it could be said that it is the branch of law that regulates the exercise of commercial activities. Commercial law regulates the exercise of commercial activities. See Abbreviation Finder for acronyms related to Commercial Law. Sources of commercial law It is important to make clear what are the sources of the aforementioned commercial law. In this case we can establish that these are the law, the jurisprudence that is the interpretation that the judge and the rest of…
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About Denotation

About Denotation

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From the Latin denotatio, denotation is the action and effect of denoting (a verb that, said of a word or phrase, mentions its objective meaning). Concept functions as the opposite of connotation. The denotation is linked to the meaning of the referential mechanism with the information that a linguistic unit transmits. It is an explicit meaning, unlike connotation, whose meaning is suggested since the semantic value is not given by a lexical signifier. Trademarks provide an example of how denotation and connotation work. A bar named The Old Bridge Pub has a denotative sense (the name that specifically identifies it as The Old Bridge Pub) and a connotative sense (the English phrase suggests that it is a British-style pub). Most of the brands, in general, go beyond the denotation and…
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About Thin

About Thin

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The adjective thin comes from the Latin word delicātus. Applied to a person, it refers to someone who is skinny, of little weight. For example: “You are very thin, do you eat properly?” , "I am looking for my nephew: he is a tall, thin boy with brown hair", "The thin actor had to change his physiognomy to play the president in his new movie". According to today's conventional aesthetic standards, thinness is often considered attractive. A thin individual, in this framework, has a better chance of succeeding in the world of fashion or in the entertainment industry than an overweight person. However, those who are thin may suffer from some type of eating disorder or other problem. Only a health professional can indicate the appropriate weight of a subject.…
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About Cryosphere

About Cryosphere

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The notion of cryosphere is not part of the dictionary prepared by the Royal Spanish Academy ( RAE ). The concept, however, is often used with reference to the surface water of our planet that is in a solid state due to low temperatures. The cryosphere, in this setting, is made up of the Earth 's large masses of ice and snow. Therefore we can find the cryosphere in Antarctica and the North Pole, among many other regions, such as Greenland, Northern Siberia, the Arctic Ocean and Northern Canada and most of the peaks of the highest mountain ranges. of the world. When the cryosphere originates from the freezing of the oceans, it does not affect the sea level, since solid water is formed from it. On the other hand,…
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About Guilt

About Guilt

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Guilt is an imputation made to someone for a behavior that generated a certain reaction. It is also known as guilt to the fact that it is the cause of something else. For example: "The actor's family assures that the star committed suicide because of journalistic harassment", "My grandfather had to leave the country because of political persecution", "Television is no longer useful because of the electrical storm that burned the circuits”. In law, fault implies the omission of due conduct to prevent and avoid damage. Abbreviationfinder: Find definitions of English word - Automotive. Commonly used abbreviations related to word are also included. Fault in law In the field of law, guilt refers to the omission of diligence required of a subject. This implies that the harmful act imputed to…
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About Quarantine

About Quarantine

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The notion of quarantine has several uses. In general, the term is used to name a period of forty days (although, sometimes, it can also be a temporal compendium of forty months or forty years ). Specifically, it is considered that quarantine is a term that began to be used forcefully in the 14th century as a result of the advance of the Black Death. Thus, at that time those who had been infected by it and had managed to survive it was established that they should spend forty days in isolation before being able to relate to the rest of the citizens again. Another possibility is that quarantine refers to the forty equally sized portions into which something can be divided; to a thing formed by forty components or…
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About Bloody

About Bloody

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The bloody adjective, which comes from the Latin word cruentus, is used to qualify someone or something that is bloody or ferocious. For example: "This bloody war has already claimed thousands of lives", "A bloody confrontation between the police and a gang of criminals ended with three dead and five injured", "The drug traffickers are immersed in a bloody battle for dominance territory of the area”. A situation is classified as bloody when it involves bloodshed. Suppose that two groups of young people, leaving a nightclub, get into a fight. These people have knives and also begin to collect blunt objects that they find on public roads: stones, bottles, etc. As a result of the dispute, two adolescents die and another six end up hospitalized. Given this terrible balance, it…
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About Deja Vu

About Deja Vu

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Déjà vu or deja vu is a French term meaning "already seen". The concept describes the sensation that a person experiences when thinking that they have previously experienced an event that, in reality, is new. The person responsible for coining the term was Émile Boirac, a French parapsychologist who was born in 1851 and died in 1917. Phrases where the term appears: «I had a déjà vu: I feel like I've been in this house before», «I saw the news and thought it was déjà vu», «Tell Claudio that it's not déjà vu: I already told him how ten times that you have to read the report and make a summary». A deja vu implies experiencing something that is familiar and, at the same time, strange. Abbreviationfinder: Find definitions of…
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About Decreasing

About Decreasing

Definitions
Before entering fully into the meaning of the term decreasing, it is necessary to know its etymological origin. In this case, we can point out that it is a word that derives from the verb to decrease, which, in turn, derives from the Latin verb “descrecere”, which can be translated as “to decrease”. Specifically, this verb form is made up of two different parts: -The prefix “de-”, which is used to indicate “from top to bottom”. -The verb “crescere”, which is synonymous with “to grow”. The decreasing adjective is used to qualify that which decreases : that is, it decreases or decreases. The concept is used in multiple contexts. The law of diminishing returns states that if one factor of production is added but the rest is left unchanged, there…
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About Supply Curve

About Supply Curve

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The idea of ​​supply curve is used in the field of economics. It must be remembered that a curve is a line that allows the graphic representation of a magnitude to be developed according to the values ​​that one of its variables acquires. The concept of supply, on the other hand, can refer to the goods that are put up for sale in the market. A supply curve, in this framework, refers to the quantity of a certain product that a company is willing to sell at a hypothetical price, keeping all other factors constant that could alter the quantity supplied. There is a direct link between this quantity supplied and the price: the higher the price, the higher the profit for the company, which is therefore willing to sell…
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About Cosine

About Cosine

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The idea of cosine is used in the field of geometry. Cosine, in this framework, is the sine of the complement of an arc or an angle, indicates the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) in its dictionary. The official abbreviation for this trigonometric function is cos, and it is in this form that we find it in equations and on calculators. It should be noted that the sine is the result of dividing the leg that is opposite an angle and the hypotenuse (in a right triangle, the longest side is the hypotenuse, while the other two –which form the 90º angle– are called legs). The complement, on the other hand, is the angle that, added to another, completes an angle of 90°. According to abbreviationfinder.org, these concepts belong to the…
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About Menorrhagia (Long and Heavy Menstrual Bleeding)

Definitions, Medical
Long and heavy menstrual bleeding is called menorrhagia in gynecology. A lot of mucous membrane builds up during the monthly cycle and during the menstrual period there is a long and heavy bleeding. The opposite of menorrhagia is oligomenorrhoea (short and weak menstrual bleeding). What is menorrhagia? The monthly cycle of a woman of childbearing age is usually twenty-eight days. Four to seven days of this, the woman has her monthly menstrual period, during which the tissue built up over the month for pregnancy is shed. See AbbreviationFinder for abbreviations related to Menorrhagia. If this pregnancy does not take place, this superfluous tissue is removed again under complicated hormonal processes. This process repeats itself from the first menstrual period in early puberty to the last before menopause, the so-called menopause. Most…
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About Messie Syndrome

Definitions, Medical
Patients with messie syndrome live in absolute chaos. The cause of the chaos are obsessive-compulsive disorders with mostly neurotic fear of letting go. Treatment is a combination of medication and talk or behavioral therapy. What is Messie Syndrome? The messie syndrome gets its name from the English verb "to mess up" which means "to mess something up". People with messie syndrome, colloquially referred to as so-called messies, live in an unbearable mess. Disorder is the norm in their homes and sometimes in their workplaces. See AbbreviationFinder for abbreviations related to Messie Syndrome. In the ICD-10, the messie syndrome is not treated as a clinical picture, but assigned to the obsessive -compulsive disorder . Obsessive-compulsive disorder is characterized by uncomfortable thoughts that force certain actions to occur in a repetitive manner. Patients…
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About Insular Talent

About Insular Talent

Definitions, Medical
Insularity is the modern term for a particular intelligence profile, formerly known by the discriminatory name "idiot savant" or the misleading term savant. Insular ability occurs when there is an uneven ability spectrum. Insular individuals do not therefore have a balanced, evenly distributed intelligence, but they have insular talents; often they are autistic. What is an island talent? People who want to know more about the quality of the gift should consult a doctor so that specific tests can give an accurate indication of the island gift. In many cases, however, the person concerned shows more than just a high level of talent in one area. See AbbreviationFinder for abbreviations related to Insular Talent. Insular ability, i.e. high performance only in a small sub-area of ​​cognitive performance, is a phenomenon that is mostly…
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About Temporomandibular Disorders

About Temporomandibular Disorders

Definitions, Medical
Jaw joint diseases are usually due to a disturbed interaction of teeth, jaw joints and jaw muscles. About 70 percent of Germans are affected by pain of various degrees in the neck, head and face area, which in many cases can be traced back to functional disorders or diseases of the temporomandibular joint. What are temporomandibular joint disorders? First and foremost, temporomandibular joint disorders can lead to tinnitus or other noises in the ears. This noise in the ears has a very negative effect on the quality of life and can usually also lead to sleep disorders in the patient. See AbbreviationFinder for abbreviations related to Temporomandibular Disorders. Jaw joint disorders (also known as craniomandibular dysfunction) are different malfunctions in the interaction of the lower and upper jaw that are due to functional disorders of…
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About Globule Cell Anemia

About Globule Cell Anemia

Definitions, Medical
Kugelzellanemia is a genetic disease with the main symptom being anemia . The anemia is due to the reduced lifespan of red blood cells due to defects in the erythrocyte membrane. Treatment consists of removing the spleen. What is globule cell anemia? Due to the hereditary membrane defect, the red blood cells lose their originally intended shape. Their flat biconcave shape becomes spherical with low surface tension. See AbbreviationFinder for abbreviations related to Globule Cell Anemia. Hemolytic anemias are types of anemia in which the lifespan of red blood cells is greatly reduced. Spherical cell anemia is also a hemolytic anemia. The disease is also called hereditary spherocytosis and is therefore a genetic anemia based on a structural defect in the erythrocytes. This form of anemia is the most common anemic…
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About Leukemia

About Leukemia

Definitions, Medical
Leukemia or blood cancer is a relatively rare type of cancer, but its effects can be very dangerous and life-threatening. However, leukemia can be cured with timely treatment nowadays. What is leukemia, blood cancer? A doctor's visit should be made if the diffuse feeling of illness persists. If you experience persistent tiredness, physical weakness after carrying out normal errands or an increased need for sleep, you should consult a doctor. See AbbreviationFinder for abbreviations related to Leukemia. Leukemia or blood cancer is a life-threatening disease that can quickly lead to death if not treated by a specialist. The insidious thing about the disease is that in the early stages there are no symptoms of blood cancer. The course of the disease without symptoms can extend over several years in chronic leukemia.…
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About Faecal Impaction

About Faecal Impaction

Definitions, Medical
Faecal impaction is the build-up or accumulation of stool in the large intestine. It is therefore also alternatively called fecal congestion or stool impaction. The English terms are coprostasis or fecal impaction. What is faecal impaction? Faecal impaction is generally accompanied by severe pain in the lower abdomen. They usually occur on the right side and intensify as soon as there is a defecation reflex. See AbbreviationFinder for abbreviations related to Faecal Impaction. The faecal impaction is not actually a disease. Rather, as a symptom, it represents a serious disturbance of the final digestion and thus a serious health problem. The stool in the rectum is not transported further in affected patients and accumulates primarily in the last area of ​​the rectum, the rectum. A steady dehydration of the stool follows,…
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About Hypogonadism

About Hypogonadism

Definitions, Medical
Both men and women can be affected by hypogonadism. In most cases, the disease can be successfully treated with hormone replacement therapy. What is hypogonadism? Diagnostic procedures that are used when hypogonadism is suspected differ, among other things, depending on the respective form of the disease and the individual symptoms. Changed hormone levels can be detected, for example, with the help of blood tests. See AbbreviationFinder for abbreviations related to Hypogonadism. In general, the term hypogonadism describes an underfunction of the gonads (gonads). In the human body, the gonads are responsible for the production of germ cells (egg cells or sperm) and sex hormones. However, the term hypogonadism in medical parlance often only refers to an underfunction of the male gonads (the testicles). Hypogonadism is an endocrine (hormonal system) disorder. A…
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About Hyperglycemia

About Hyperglycemia

Definitions, Medical
Hyperglycemia, or high blood sugar, is an emerging symptom of diabetes and refers to elevated blood sugar levels. Hyperglycaemia can be avoided with proper nutrition, medication and monitoring of levels. What is hyperglycemia? Elevated blood sugar levels initially lead to tiredness and exhaustion. The patients often feel exhausted and find it difficult to get out of bed in the morning. See AbbreviationFinder for abbreviations related to Hyperglycemia. Hyperglycemia, or high blood sugar, occurs in people with diabetes. Many causes can lead to hyperglycemia in people with diabetes; these include food or exercise choices, disease, medication, or inadequate administration of medication to lower blood sugar levels. It is very important to treat hyperglycemia because untreated hyperglycemia can have very serious consequences and lead to serious side effects; for example, a diabetic coma…
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About International Telecommunications Union (ITU)

About International Telecommunications Union (ITU)

Acronyms, Geography
Short for International Telecommunication Union according to abbreviationfinder, the ITU is the specialized agency of the United Nations for information and communication technologies – ICT. It is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, and has 12 regional and area offices around the world. ITU currently has 193 member countries and more than 700 private sector entities and academic institutions. The beginning On September 3, 1932, the joint meeting of the XIII Conference of the International Telegraphic Union UTI, created in Paris on May 17, 1865, and the III Conference of the International Radiotelegraphic Union URI began in Madrid, Spain, and on the 9th On December of the same year, by virtue of the agreements reached at said meeting, the Agreement was signed by which the International Telecommunications Union was created, which in…
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About Corolla

About Corolla

Definitions
The Latin word corolla, which refers to a small crown, came to Spanish as corolla. The term is used to name the second whorl that is part of the complete flowers, located between the sexual organs and the calyx. To understand what the corolla is, therefore, we must know the meaning of several concepts. According to abbreviationfinder.org, a complete flower is one that has a corolla, pistils, stamens, and a calyx. These four elements are organs or structures that make up the flower. In the case of the corolla, it is a whorl: a grouping of three or more leaves or organs that are in the same plane around a stem. Composed of petals, the corolla is the inner whorl and is characterized by its color, with which it attracts…
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About Invitation

About Invitation

Acronyms
Convite, from the Catalan convit, is the action and the result of inviting. This verb (to invite) refers to offering something to someone; to volunteer, voluntarily, for some action; or to ask someone to accompany you to do something in exchange for a present or attention. The term can be used as a synonym for invitation. For example: "Has Paula's party invitation arrived?" , “Tomorrow we are going to send the treats to all the clients”, “We have to design the treat for the ceremony”. According to abbreviationfinder.org, an invitation letter is known as a letter model that is used to convey an invitation purpose. By sending an invitation letter, the host does not require a response from the guest, but rather makes him a participant in an event and…
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About X86

About X86

Acronyms, Technology
X86. Generic denomination given to certain Microprocessors of the Intel family, their compatible ones and the basic architecture to which these processors belong, by the ending of their numerical names: 8086, 80286, 80386, 80486, etc. According to abbreviationfinder, they have been a standard for computers of the IBM PC Compatible type since their birth . They are commonly known by shortened versions of their names, such as 286 or I286, 386 or I386, 486 or I486, and even 086, for I8086 or I8088 (their respective 8-bit version). The commercial popularity of this architecture caused many manufacturers, in addition to Intel, to begin mass-producing microprocessors based on this architecture. These companies include AMD, Cyrix, NEC Corporation and Transmeta, among others. History The architecture known as x86 begins in 1978 with the…
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About MAC

About MAC

Acronyms, Technology
MAC address (According to abbreviationfinder, MAC stands for Media Access Control or media access control, for its acronym in English). In computer networks, the 48-bit identifier (6 hexadecimal blocks) that uniquely corresponds to a network ethernet is called a MAC address. MAC It is also known as the physical address as it identifies network devices. It is individual, and unique to each device, determined and configured by the IEEE (last 24 bits) and the manufacturer (first 24 bits) using the OUI. Most of the protocols that work at layer 2 of the OSI model use one of the three numbers managed by the IEEE: MAC-48, EUI-48, and EUI-64 which have been designed to be globally unique identifiers. Not all communication protocols use MAC addresses, and not all protocols require globally…
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About Counterproductive

About Counterproductive

Definitions
In order to fully understand the meaning of the term counterproductive, we are going to proceed, first, to discover its etymological origin. In this case we can state that it is a word that derives from Latin and that it is the result of the sum of several components of said language: -The prefix "against-", which can be translated as "against". -The particle "pro", which is used to indicate "forward" or "in favor". -The verb "ducere", which is synonymous with "guide". -The suffix “-nte”, which comes to indicate “agent”. Counterproductive is an adjective that is used to qualify that which generates a consequence opposite to that intended. When someone performs an action with the aim of producing a certain effect, and obtains the opposite of what he wanted, it is…
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