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physical

1. of or concerned with matter and energy
2. of or relating to physics

physical

(jargon)
The opposite of logical in its jargon sense. Compare real, virtual, and transparent.

It is said that what you can touch and see is real; what you can see but not touch is virtual; what you can touch but not see is transparent; and what you can neither touch nor see is probably imaginary.

physical

Devices at the electronic, or machine, level. Contrast with logical. See logical vs. physical.
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Weah and Vice President Jewel Howard-Taylor, takes seriously the plight of physically challenged people in the country.
London: The European Supervisory Authorities published their jointly developed draft Regulatory Technical Standards amending the framework of the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) with regard to physically settled foreign exchange (FX) forwards.
KARACHI -- Karachi Inclusive Pakistan in collaboration with Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Karachi student's welfare society presented a Program 'Main bhi Pakistan haoon' with an objective to create awareness that physically disabled propel are also useful citizens of Pakistan who have potential to do anything for the society last evening at university auditorium.
KARACHI -- Karachi Inclusive Pakistan in collaboration with Mohammad Ali Jinnah University, Karachi student's welfare society presented a Program 'Main bhi Pakistan haoon'with an objective to create awareness that physically disabled propel are also useful citizens of Pakistan who have potential to do anything for the society last evening at university auditorium.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) T20 cricket tournament for the physically challenged will be held from December 17-21 at Jagannath Hall University ground, reports BSS.
Being physically inactive can have severe consequences for your health such as an increased risk of heart disease or cancer.
2001), environmental, technical, and attitudinal barriers and consequent social exclusion reduce the opportunities for physically challenged to contribute productively to the household and the community and further increase the risk of falling into poverty.
Going through a shortage of labour force, Secretary for Labour and Welfare, Matthew Cheung Kin Chung is looking forward to profit on the potential of the physically challenged, although he considers that it will not be simple thing to do.
5 -- Aakar Asha Centre for Enablement of Physically Disabled (formed under the N.
1, which includes a new suite of physically aware RTL synthesis capabilities that deliver up to 15 percent improvement in power, performance and area on today's most complex advanced node chip designs that face timing or congestion challenges.
School districts are now required to disclose how many students are secluded or physically restrained during the school year.
263A, a sale is considered "on-site" only when the retail customer is physically present at the sales facility at some point during the sales transaction.