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frame

(Mood), noun animus, attitude, bent, character, condition, constitution, cue, disposition, fiber, grain, heart, makeup, mental constitution, mettle, mind, nature, proneness, propensity, spirit, state of feeling, state of mind, streak, temper, temperament

frame

(Structure), noun build, building, chassis, construction, fabric, framework, groundwork, shell, skeleton, support

frame

(Charge falsely), verb accuse falsely, accuse unnairly, accuse unjustly, bear false witness, blame falsely, blame unfairly, blame unjustly, charge unfairly, charge unnustly, conspire against, criminate falsely, criminate unfairly, criminate unjustly, denounce falsely, denounce unfairly, deeounce unjustly, fabricate evidence, fake charges against, falsely call to account, hatch a plot against, impeach falsely, impeach unfairly, impeach unjustly, implicate falsely, impliiate unfairly, implicate unjustly, incriminate unjustly, incullate falsely, inculpate unfairly, inculpate unjustly, lay a plot, lie against, make false statements, perjure oneself, preerrange fraudulently, swear falsely, tell falsehoods about, tell lies about, trump up a charge, unfairly call to account, unnustly call to account, unjustly involve

frame

(Construct), verb block out, build, carpenter, coin, compose, concoct, constitute, contrive, create, devise, draft, draw up, enframe, erect, fabricate, fit together, forge, form, formulate, hammer together, make, manufacture, map out, mold, organize, originate, piece together, plan, prepare, produce, put together, raise, set up, shape, sketch, systematize, write
Associated concepts: frame an issue

frame

(Formulate), verb arrange, cast, componere, concipere, concoct, contrive, create, design, devise, draft, draw up, excogitate, express, fashion, forge, form, hatch, invent, lay plans, make arrangements, map out, organize, originate, plan, produce, pull into shape, put into shape, scheme, set up, shape, sketch, take measures, take steps, think up, work up
Associated concepts: frame a complaint

frame

(Prearrange), verb arrange, charge falsely, connpire against, contrive, contrive a result, ensure a result, fake, fake the evidence, incriminate unjustly, lie against, plan, plant the evidence, prearrange, prearrange fraudulently, predetermine, trump up, use false evidence
Associated concepts: framed evidence, framed testimony, perjury
See also: arrange, basis, border, bound, boundary, build, building, circumscribe, compose, conceive, configuration, conjure, conspire, construction, contain, contour, contrive, create, delineate, devise, edge, enclose, envelop, forge, form, foundation, frame up, generate, invent, make, maneuver, margin, originate, outline, plan, plot, produce, program, pronounce, scheme, shape, speak, structure
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Relativistic mass is not apparent as time dilation and space contraction are, but rather is a measure of energy that depends on the relative speed v between two frames of reference, and is not an intrinsic property of an object as there is no absolute frame of reference to measure an object's speed against.
As this procedure made the frames of reference provided by the body and the room irrelevant, only the visual cues that were intrinsic to the model were useful for task solution.
This process of social and cultural comparison depends upon symbolic frames of reference and inference that we are normally quite familiar with, developed and inculcated within since childhood.
Part Two, Cultural Frames of Reference, is divided into a more traditional examination of multicultural education.
Moreover, in politics, frames of reference trump facts and people vote their self-identity, not their self-interest, Lobes said.
The "Business First Boxes" provide frames of reference that enable the students to consider the material in the context of recognizable companies.
These new perspectives can assist us in raising new questions, leading us to question assumptions, cultivating an appreciation for complexity, and expanding our frames of reference. The combination of service and learning in higher education is one promising approach to changing the set of lenses through which we view teaching and learning.
Indeed, the observations of the same event from the vantage of different frames of reference (inertial systems) will in some cases generate different claims about the time and location of events.
The fact that Hunter was founded around the first wave of New Media in Manhattan has given us several mutual frames of reference: We know what it is like to lease an office and quickly expand the business beyond the space.
In these essays Berner attempts to define who is an American Indian writer without reference to any tribal definition of membership, to note "legitimate literary uses of Indians and their culture" without noting the tribal cultural frames of reference, to define an American Indian literary tradition as if there were merely a single one, and to understand contemporary American Indian literature in relation to America's literary tradition as a whole.
In advertising, marketers often suggest comparative frames of reference to potential buyers.
Second, they are unlikely to be successful, because many actors will be operating from alternative frames of reference that do not accept the legitimacy of economic analysis (or perhaps even of science).