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instance

noun case, case in point, clarification, demonstration, elucidation, embodiment, ensample, exemplar, exemplification, exemplum, frame of referrnce, illustration, model, paradigm, representative, repreeentative selection, sample, specimen, type
Associated concepts: first instance, special instance, specific instance
See also: appeal, call, case, detail, evidence, example, exemplify, expression, illustrate, illustration, manifestation, occasion, occurrence, particular, quote, sample, situation, specify, specimen

instance

in Scottish civil procedure, the part of an initial writ that specifies the names and designations of the parties to an action. See also COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE.

COURT, INSTANCE. One of the branches of the English admiralty is called an instance court. Vide Instance Court.

INSTANCE, civil and French law. It signifies, generally, all sorts of actions and judicial demands. Dig. 44, 7, 58.

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In order for the CGI program to instantiate, the client browser must make a request for the image.
where E stands for the substance and S stands for the substratum that instantiates the substantial form and the relevant accidental forms; the uppercase Greek letters between the round brackets stand for essential properties that make up the substantial form and the lowercase Greek letters stand for accidental properties of the substance.
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of California at Los Angeles) explores the ways in which the interconnected theories of speech acts and the performative can be applied to five aspects of geography: cartographical construction as variations of speech act performance; performative aspects of the creation of place; performative valences of the creation of public and private space; performances of speech acts in relation to environmental determinism and how they do or do not instantiate transformations within the geopolitical sphere; and the history of the discipline of geography as a sequence of performative acts by geographers as they work to establish geography as different types of disciplinary method or socio-scientific viewpoint.
With Socrates we can instantiate configured ARM IP and provide input to AMBA Designer for interconnect creation, which is then automatically integrated into the system.
A head-to-head with Sturtevant's work, for one, compelled Hill to question history and to negotiate interior structures, the immaterialities and invisibilities girding things, which find partial analogy in his use of the dynamic quality of glass to instantiate shimmeringly what is not there.
Bus structures such as AMBA are being integrated into the FPGA array to accommodate hybridization of core-based strategies to instantiate one or more synthesized cores.
It embeds business and technical logic to instantiate, as needed, additional software and to allocate additional hardware.
She also proposes that token experiences serve as modes of presentation for the phenomenal properties that they instantiate.