Chapter Definition

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1. “It’s only happened once before. It’s a confluence of circumstances that come together to cause this,” said John Rowden, citizen science director at the Audubon Society’s New York chapter. 1
2. "filed document" means a document filed with the sectary of state under any provision of this Act except chapter 15 or section 16.21; and. 1
3. "Mutual assent" as one element of a bargain is the subject of Topic 2 of this chapter. 1
4. A bit stream representing the chapters is a sequential order is created from the digital file. 1
5. A black eye, a torn hand, blisters on your feet — my God, what a chapter of accidents! 1
6. A black eye, a torn hand, blisters on your feet — my God,(This website/chapter.html) what a chapter of accidents! 1
7. A brief chapter on smart structures is also included. 1
8. A brief overview of comparative industrial relations in chapter 10 completes the book. 1
9. A careful strategic analysis as described in chapter 4 will help to lessen the disadvantages of using leading indicators. 1
10. A complete and comprehensive chapter is set aside on sample preparations. 1
11. A comprehensive checklist for matters to be dealt with in the terms of engagement letter is set out in chapter 03. 1
12. A confirming of question mode based on chaptered ontology and the making answers of standardization questions based on chaptered transfer network are presented. 2
13. A final chapter describes the standardization of single and sequential extraction procedures and certification of soil and sediment reference materials. 1
14. A Founding member of FIA Japan chapter and has been the president of chapter since 2000. 2
15. A full development of this theme is postponed until chapter 5. do this however, is not always clear. 1
16. A full discussion of equilibrium between liquids and solids and liquids and gases is found in chapter 6. 1
17. A full overview of the new rules is not included in chapter 12 but their salient provisions are noted here. 1
18. A further example is the critique by Baudrillard of utility as privileged signified, which was noted in chapter 3. 1
19. A history moisture move off the man of pen, leaving Canruo stars of the poetry chapter. 1
20. A later chapter will seek to enlarge upon this. 1
21. A more detailed discussion of behavioural intervention strategies is included in chapter 9. 1
22. A new chapter is included in the second edition. 1
23. A number of interlocking themes emerge from the chapter. 1
24. A pilot project—whether a full document or a chapter—will help you determine the conversion time you'll need. 0
25. A Plate Tectonic Re-cap Rather a lot has been said in this chapter about the minor details of lava flows. 1
26. A pointedly different dimension in the development of a new manager emerged from the research described in these chapters. 1
27. A rapid survey of the theory of subsurface hydrology is presented in Chapters 1 and 2. 0
28. A reconsideration of these moves us on to a more analytical plane, and points the way forward to discussion in subsequent chapters. 1
29. A scholastic work is to have a useful bibliography at the end of each chapter or the whole book. 1
30. A selected list of some of those stocking a comprehensive range can be found in chapter 8. 1
 

Chapter

[ˈCHaptər]

NOUN

chapters (plural noun)

  - a main division of a book, typically with a number or title.

  - a period of time or an episode in a person's life, a nation's history, etc..

  - the governing body of a religious community, especially a cathedral or a knightly order.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

A-
Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En