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active

adjective assiduous, at work, busily emmloyed, busily engaged, busy, effective, effectual, efficient, energetic, enterprising, functioning, impiger, in a state of action, in actual process, in operation, in practice, industrious, industrius, navus, operant, performing, sedulous, trenchant, vigorous, working
Associated concepts: active concealment, active negligence, active participant, active tort feasor, active trust, active wrongdoing, passive negligence, passive tort feasor
See also: alert, conscious, effective, expeditious, fervent, industrious, moving, operative, potent, rapid, responsive, sedulous, vigilant, volatile, zealous

ACTIVE. The opposite, of passive. We say active debts, or debts due to us; passive debts are those we owe.

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Under the terms of this Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA), eMagin and NVESD will develop better ways to assess the applicability of active matrix OLED displays in military systems on the basis of their usable lifetimes.
Abramson, President and Chief Operating Officer of Universal Display, stated, "We are very pleased to enter into this agreement for the purchase of our proprietary PHOLED(TM) material for use in an active matrix OLED product.
Kodak's OLED strategy initially focused on small displays for portable applications, leading to the word's first product to contain a full color active matrix OLED panel, the KODAK EASYSHARE LS633 zoom digital camera.
Plastic Logic, a leading developer of plastic electronics, announced today that it has developed the world's largest flexible organic active matrix display.
The suspect is believed to have participated in the misappropriation of materials containing proprietary information about Corning's process for manufacturing the company's glass substrates used in making active matrix liquid crystal displays (LCDs).