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com·po·si·tion

(kom'pō-zish'ŭn),
chemistry the kinds and numbers of atoms constituting a molecule.
[L. compono, to arrange]

composition

Vox populi
1. That of which a thing is composed or formed. See Base composition.
2. La-la-la-la-la-la etc, á la Mozart.
References in classic literature ?
However far he may venture in a more full detail of passions and feelings, than is to be found in the ancient compositions which he imitates, he must introduce nothing inconsistent with the manners of the age; his knights, squires, grooms, and yeomen, may be more fully drawn than in the hard, dry delineations of an ancient illuminated manuscript, but the character and costume of the age must remain inviolate; they must be the same figures, drawn by a better pencil, or, to speak more modestly, executed in an age when the principles of art were better understood.
The composition has no more than approximately 50% by weight of diester quaternary ammonium compound.
The notification stipulates that manufacturers who have opted for composition scheme will now have to pay 1 percent Goods and Services Tax (GST) as against 2 percent earlier.
Creating complex services by combining more than one service is called service composition. Most of the existing service composition architectures are designed for wired infrastructures, where the services are assumed to be that reside over the high bandwidth and reliable communication channels.
What are the problems of composition? Compared with the other two bankruptcy procedures (i.e., liquidation or reorganization), why is composition rarely used in practice and less discussed in academia?
Acyclic dependency among services leads us to the path of required service composition based on the provided input and required output of the user.
The court shall refuse ratification of the composition where the procedures are not complied with, or where grounds are revealed relating to the public interest or the interest of the creditors justifying rejection of the approval of the composition.
In his lead essay, "An Agenda for the Future of Research," George Mariz compares the disciplinary research he conducts in European history to research in honors, which he argues "is another species altogether: it has more nebulous standards of worthiness, and there are no archives, bodies of scientific knowledge, established procedures, or information-rich data sets" To that end, I wish to create an ad hoc bibliography for the purposes of archiving qualitative and quantitative research on honors composition to date, providing a context for interdisciplinary work in honors composition with sources from both honors education and composition studies, and initiating directions for future research using multiple methodologies in each field.
Liquid Surfactant Compositions that Adhere to Surfaces and Solidify and Swell in the Presence of Water and Articles Using the Same: Jeffery Richard Seidling, Appleton, WI; Scott W.
As a music composition teacher for the last 30 years, I've encountered instructors who are eager to teach composition, yet feel nervous, unqualified and uncertain that they can incorporate it into the student's weekly lesson plan.
Now that he, like many teachers of composition, is taking account of his student's savvy in mixing media, Palmeri (English and interactive media, Miami U., Ohio) began to worry that there was no traditional pedagogy for multimedia composition.
In my composition classroom, a reflective strand of writing assignments has helped students understand the role of writing in their other courses as well as in their daily lives.