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setting

1. the scenery, properties, or background, used to create the location for a stage play, film, etc.
2. Music a composition consisting of a certain text and music provided or arranged for it
3. any of a series of points on a scale or dial that can be selected to control the level as of temperature, speed, etc., at which a machine functions
4. a clutch of eggs in a bird's nest, esp a clutch of hen's eggs

setting

See rising.
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I address you as a friend; will you accept the gold of the settings in return for a sum of ready money to be placed in my hands?"
Students' perceptions of their goal setting effort on self-regulated learning were assessed through the student-led conference format.
Begins with #5 setting a back screen for #3, who will replace #5 with a hard cut to the basket, looking for the ball.
Management considers risk appetite when defining objectives, formulating strategy, allocating resources, setting risk tolerances and developing risk management capabilities.
Wasteful tape recycle: Wasteful tape recycle usually results when the percent full setting is set too low or not high enough.
Four recent outbreaks of hepatitis B and C viruses in patients in ambulatory care facilities in the United States are a reminder that unsafe injections can occur in any healthcare setting. In these outbreaks, a lack of administrative oversight and poor understanding of infection control practices contributed to the contamination of multidose vials or the reuse of injection equipment and transmission of hepatitis B or hepatitis C virus to numerous patients.
Regardless of which setting you use, keep an eye on the low pressure and overspeed LEDs, They'll let you know if the air pressure is too low of if you're traveling too fast for the terrain setting you've selected.
required no practicum experience in a school setting. As a result, some school counseling students enter internship with minimal content knowledge and little practical experience vital to help prepare them for their role in the school setting.
Remove bowl from mixer and cover with a damp cloth, setting aside at room temperature until double in volume, about two hours.
The music for LBW Setting One was written in 1974-75 at the request of the Liturgical Music Committee (LMC) of the Inter-Lutheran Commission on Worship (ILCW).' I accepted this composing assignment in a spirit of duty and obligation as well as enthusiasm, but with only a dim awareness of all that would be involved in its production.