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    • German Terminology Association

    • The German Terminology Association (German Deutscher Terminologie-Tag e.V., commonly known in English by the abbreviation DTT) is a registered professional association in Germany for individuals and organizations interested in terminology. The DTT was founded in 1987 and is registered in Cologne. The DTT's mission is ... Read »


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    • Terminology

    • Terminology is the study of terms and their use. Terms are words and compound words or multi-word expressions that in specific contexts are given specific meanings—these may deviate from the meanings the same words have in other contexts and in everyday language. Terminology is a discipline that studies, among oth ... Read »


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    • Bannwald

    • Bannwald is a German word used in parts of Germany and Austria to designate an area of protected forest. Its precise meaning has varied by location and over time. The word Bannwald is a combination of Bann (English ban) and Wald (English forest or wood). Bann has many historical meanings in German, one of which re ... Read »


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    • Catch-all

    • In common use, a catchall or catch-all is a general term, or metaphoric dumping group, for a variety of similar words or meanings. For instance, a catch-all taxon a.k.a. "wastebasket taxon" is a grouping of organisms not fitting anywhere else. In the context of e-mail, a catch-all usually refers to a mailbox on a doma ... Read »


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    • Contemporary realism

    • The contemporary realism movement is a North American style of painting which came into existence c. 1960s and early 1970s. Featuring a straightforward approach to representation practiced by artists such as Philip Pearlstein, Alex Katz, Jack Beal and Neil Welliver .The movement refers to figurative art works created i ... Read »


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    • Delegitimisation

    • Delegitimisation (also spelled delegitimation) is literally the withdrawal of legitimacy, usually from some institution such as a state, cultural practice, etc. which may have acquired it explicitly or implicitly, by statute or accepted practice. A sociopsychological which undermines or marginalises an entity by prese ... Read »


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    • Diwan-khane

    • Divan-khane (Persian: دیوان‌خانه‎‎) is a Persian phrase from { = court} + { = house} to describe a guest house usually for prominent people in the Middle Eastern society. In tribal Middle Eastern, Arab, Persian, and Kurdish societies, a guest house of the tribal chieftain is u ... Read »


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    • Drugu

    • Dru gu (also Trugu) is the Tibetan term for Turkic peoples. They are also referred to as Du ru ka, which is based on the Sanskrit word Turuá¹£ka.Turuá¹£ka was a corrupted form of the ethnic name . ... Read »


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    • European Thesaurus on International Relations and Area Studies

    • The European Thesaurus on International Relations and Area Studies (abbreviated: European Thesaurus) is a multilingual, interdisciplinary thesaurus covering the subject fields of International Relations and Area Studies. The European Thesaurus consists of about 8.200 descriptors organised in 24 subdomains. To enhance t ... Read »


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    • Eurovoc

    • Eurovoc is a multilingual thesaurus maintained by the Publications Office of the European Union. It exists in the 23 official languages of the European Union (Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portugues ... Read »


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    • Frame-based terminology

    • Frame-based terminology is a cognitive approach to terminology developed by Pamela Faber and colleagues at the University of Granada. One of its basic premises is that the conceptualization of any specialized domain is goal-oriented, and depends to a certain degree on the task to be accomplished. Since a major problem ... Read »


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    • Gibberish

    • Gibberish, jibberish, jibber-jabber and gobbledygook refer to speech or other use of language that is nonsense, or that appears to be nonsense. It may include speech sounds that are not actual words, or forms such as language games or highly specialized jargon that seems non-sensical to outsiders. Gibberish should not ... Read »


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    • Great Experiment

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    • Infoterm

    • The International Information Centre for Terminology (Infoterm) was founded in 1971 by UNESCO. Its goal is "to support and co-ordinate international co-operation in the field of terminology." Infoterm members are national, international and regional institutions, organizations, networks and specialized public, semi-pub ... Read »


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    • Inter-Active Terminology for Europe

    • Inter-Active Terminology for Europe (IATE) is the inter-institutional terminology database of the European Union. The project was launched in 1999 with the objective of creating a web-based interface for all EU terminology resources so as to make the information more easily available and ensure its standardisation thro ... Read »


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    • ISO 12620

    • ISO 12620 is a standard from ISO/TC 37 which defines a Data Category Registry, a registry for registering linguistic terms used in various fields of translation, computational linguistics and natural language processing and defining mappings both between different terms and the same terms used in different systems. Th ... Read »


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    • Jargon

    • Jargon is a type of language that is used in a particular context and may not be well understood outside of it. The context is usually a particular occupation (that is, a certain trade, profession, or academic field), but any ingroup can have jargon. The main trait that distinguishes jargon from the rest of a language ... Read »


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    • Jiggle television

    • Jiggle television is a term coined by NBC executive Paul Klein to criticize ABC's television production and marketing strategy under Fred Silverman. Klein referred to ABC's programs as "porn" in order to tap into the 1970s moral panic and anxiety over the spread of pornography, using the neologism to describe the use o ... Read »


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    • Juggling terminology

    • Juggling terminology, juggling (especially toss juggling) terms: ... Read »


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    • Ku Klux Klan titles and vocabulary

    • Ku Klux Klan nomenclature has evolved over the order's nearly 160 years of existence. The titles and designations were first laid out in the original Klan's prescripts of 1867 and 1868, then revamped with William J. Simmons' Kloran of 1916. Subsequent Klans have made various modifications. The sources of the ritua ... Read »


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    • Microscopic theory

    • A microscopic theory is one that contains an explanation at the atomic or subatomic level in contrast to a higher level or classical macroscopic or phenomenological theory. e.g. in superconductivity BCS theory is a microscopic theory. ... Read »


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    • Terminology model

    • A terminology model is a refinement of a concept system. Within a terminology model the concepts (object types) of a specific problem or subject area are defined by subject matter experts in terms of concept (object type) definitions and definitions of subordinated concepts or characteristics (properties). Besides obje ... Read »


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    • National minimum dataset

    • In health informatics, a national minimum dataset is a database of health encounters held by a central repository. Minimum implies that the data fields will be only those required to aggregate information for the purposes of administering the health system in the particular country and for reporting information requir ... Read »


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    • Neologism

    • A neologism (/niːˈɒlədʒɪzəm/; from Greek νέο- néo-, "new" and λόγος lógos, "speech, utterance") is the name for a relatively new or isolated term, word, or phrase that may be in the process of entering common use, but that has not yet been fully accepted into mainstrea ... Read »


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    • Orismology

    • Orismology is the identification, specification, and description of technical terms. The word is constructed from the Greek: orismos (definition) and logos (word, reasoning, study). The word was coined by William Kirby and William Spence in their Introduction to Entomology in the early 1800s: "In the terminology, or wh ... Read »


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    • Pendeba Program

    • The word Pendeba is the name of a community-based volunteer worker. This name was first proposed by PuQiong who is the vice director of the Qomolangma National Nature Preserve(QNNP).It is made up of three Tibetan words: "Pen" means benefiting the whole community; "Deh" means harmonious, healthy, holistic; "Ba" means wo ... Read »


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    • Production support

    • Production support is the practices and disciplines of supporting the IT systems/applications which are currently being used by the end users. A production support person/team is responsible for receiving incidents and requests from end-users, analyzing these and either responding to the end user with a solution or esc ... Read »


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    • Protologism

    • Protologism is a term invented by Mikhail Epstein, an American literary theorist, to refer to a new word which has not gained wide acceptance in the language.Protologism describes one stage in the development of neologisms, at which a word is proposed, extremely new, or not established outside a very limited group of p ... Read »


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    • Reallocation (media)

    • Reallocation is a term in the media industry used to describe the practice of relocating an unsuccessful series that was originally developed for a broadcast network onto a cable network in hopes of gaining the attention and interest of a niche audience as well as growing a larger audience. Reasons for reallocation ar ... Read »


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    • Researchsome

    • Researchsome belongs to the -omics set of words, which comprises genomics, proteomics, metabolomics and related words dealing with scientific research, mostly in the biological sciences and related disciplines, like bioinformatics. Devised partly as a joke, the term was coined by Ivan Erill, from UMBC, and first u ... Read »


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    • Terminology science

    • Terminology science is a branch of linguistics studying special vocabulary. The main objects of terminological studies are special lexical units (or special lexemes), first of all terms. They are analysed from the point of view of their origin, formal structure, their meanings and also functional features. Terms are ... Read »


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    • Shukko

    • Shukko (出向, from 出るmeaning to leave and 向う meaning to go towards) is a form of job transfer occurring in Japanese companies. A “Shukko” most often stands for a transfer of an employee from a main branch of a company to a branch office of the same company or an associated company. ... Read »


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    • Social employee

    • Social employee is a term used to describe workers operating within a social business model. Following an organization's social computing guidelines, social employees use social media tools both for internal workflow and collaboration purposes and for external engagement with customers, prospects and stakeholders throu ... Read »


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    • Termbase

    • A termbase, or term base (a contraction of terminology and database), is a database consisting of concept-oriented terminological entries (or ‘concepts’) and related information, usually in multilingual format. Entries may include any of the following additional information: A termbase allows for the systema ... Read »


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    • TERMCAT

    • TERMCAT is a public Catalan institution created in 1985 in order to ensure the development and integration of Catalan terminology for the preparation of terminological resources, standardization of terminology neologisms and advice on a regular and ongoing dialogue with users specialists. Since 1998, its terminology no ... Read »


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    • Terminology Coordination Unit of the European Parliament

    • The Terminology Coordination Unit (TermCoord) is a supporting unit to the translation units of the Directorate-General for Translation (DG TRAD) of the European Parliament. TermCoord was created in 2008 to stimulate and coordinate the terminology work of the 24 translation units of the European Parliament in Luxembourg ... Read »


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    • Terminology extraction

    • Terminology extraction (also known as term extraction, glossary extraction, term recognition, or terminology mining) is a subtask of information extraction. The goal of terminology extraction is to automatically extract relevant terms from a given corpus. In the semantic web era, a growing number of communities and ne ... Read »


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    • Total loss

    • In insurance, a total loss or write-off is a judgment, by the insurer, that the lost value or repair cost of a damaged property exceeds the value of its policy, resulting in what it concludes is a "total loss" or "constructive total loss" A constructive total loss factors other incidental expenses beyond repair, such a ... Read »


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    • United Nations Multilingual Terminology Database

    • The United Nations Multilingual Terminology Database is a linguistic tool which translates terminology and nomenclature used within the United Nations (UN) in the six official languages of the UN (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish). The database contains more than 85,000 words and is updated daily. ... Read »


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