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n. 1) employer, in the area of law known as "master and servant,"...
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Relationships Narrower Term:  edited master protection master n. ~ An item from which duplicates are to be made.
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(1) The original of an item, such as a photograph, from which copies are made. (2) To become an expert in a field, e.g. - a master photographer.
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Paper or plastic plate used on a duplicating press.
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early 13c., "to get the better of," from master (n.) and also from Old French maistrier, from Medieval Latin magistrare. Meaning "to reduce to subjugation" is early 15c.; that of & [..]
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late Old English mægester "one having control or authority," from Latin magister (n.) "chief, head, director, teacher" (source of Old French maistre, French maître, Spanish and I [..]
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obsolete rank or term for a naval officer responsible for the navigation of a sailing vessel. Also called a sailing master.
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In medieval Europe a master painter was one who had matriculated after training, and entered a guild. Entry into a guild entailed recognition of professional status and meant that the painter could in [..]
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Someone or something that has authority or control of others or other things, e.g. Master Schedule as a primary source of overarching schedule information. [D03001]
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The Head of House at Balliol College, Pembroke College, St Catherine’s College, St Cross College, St Peter’s College and University College.
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1) An outdated term for employer. Sometimes, "master and servant" law is used to refer to the field of employment law. 2) A person appointed by a court to assist with particular issues or pr [..]
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A teacher, whether male or female.
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be or become completely proficient or skilled in; "She mastered Japanese in less than two years" chief(a): most important element; "the chief aim of living&a [..]
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The exact replica (typically made from brass or aluminum) of a wood, iron or putter head from which all heads will be duplicated.
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to learn or understand completely, acquire knowledge, skill.
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someone who controls or commands other people
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The man running away is a slave. In Anglo-Saxon society the highest position was that of the lord or king. Then came noblemen (called thanes or eldermen - these were usually warriors or advisers). The [..]
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XML Acronyms Dictionary Manuscript Access through Standards for Electronic RecordsMASTER is a European Union funded project to create a single on-line catalogue of medieval manuscripts in European libraries. This project has developed a single standard for computer-readable descriptions of manuscripts. It has created software for making these recor [..]
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A central Salt daemon which from which commands can be issued to listening minions.
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The person who commands a merchant ship; also an officer in the British navy charged with maintaining discipline on the ship.
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A tradesman who is the owner of the shop or the most skilled person in a trade.
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mayster
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In reprography, the plate, stencil, negative, or document from which copies are made, usually more than once. The quality of a master copy usually deteriorates with extended use. See also: generation, [..]
Source: abc-clio.com

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1 : an individual or entity (as a corporation) having control or authority over another: as a : the owner of a slave b : employer compare servant c : principal 2 : an officer of the court ...
Source: dictionary.findlaw.com

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A positive print made specifically for duplicating purposes. (Laboratory)
Source: filmland.com

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The original recording that all dubs are made from.
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an officer who is licensed to command a merchant ship.
Source: maritimeinfo.org

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original recording made in the studio, so called because it is the controlling entity (or master) from which all copies are made. It also means the finished multi-tracked recording, after it is edited [..]
Source: musicmanagersforum.ca

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An artisan who is self‑employed or who employs journeymen, usually a member of a guild. A journeyman who could demonstrate his superior skills by completing a masterpiece might be admitted to the gu [..]
Source: academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu

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Master is a person who has personal authority over another's services; especially a principal who employs another to perform one or more services and who controls or has the right to control the [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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(n) an artist of consummate skill(n) a person who has general authority over others(n) a combatant who is able to defeat rivals(n) directs the work of others(n) presiding officer of a school(n)  [..]
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The officer in charge of the ship. "Captain" is a courtesy title often given to a master.
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        The Captain, or "Skipper" of a vessel.  It's highest ranking officer.
Source: 20thcenturyliners.com

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dominus domno, rector, magister, erus
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Official appointed by a court to assist with its proceedings. Masters may take testimony, rule on pre-trial issues, compute interest, handle uncontested divorces, etc. Usually must present written rep [..]
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Paper or plastic offset printing plate. Also, paper plate for spirit duplicating.
Source: e-printing.co.uk

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A master hears cases in Supreme Court. A master has the same powers as a judge to make interim or temporary orders for custody, access, guardianship and support, but cannot make final orders or divorc [..]
Source: justiceeducation.ca

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In Photoshop and other image processing programs, a mask is used to block out certain areas of an image so that corrections and filters can be selectively applied. Masks range from black, where no eff [..]
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Commissioned officer charged with physically sailing the ship.
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The person in sole charge of a vessel. Normally the Captain.
Source: iss-marineacademy.com

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The captain of a commercial vessel.
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Merchant Navy officer in command of ship. Name was given, formerly, to the navigating officer of H.M. ships.
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In relation to any ship, means any person (other than a pilot) having charge of such ship.
Source: sars.gov.za

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A term for the captain, a holdover from the days when the captain was literally, and legally, the "master" of the ship and crew. His word was law.
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A term for the captain, a holdover from the days when the captain was literally, and legally, the “master” of the ship and crew. His word was law.
Source: officerofthewatch.com

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Either the commander of commercial vessel, or a senior officer of a naval sailing ship in charge of routine seamanship and navigation but not in command during combat.
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The Captain of a merchantman or warship.
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The Captain of a vessel. Highest officer aboard ship. Oversees all ship operations. Keeps ships records. Handles accounting and bookkeeping. Takes command of vessel in inclement weather and in crowded [..]
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The Master is in overall command of the ship. He or she is responsible for the safe navigation and operation of the ship at all times. The Master is the ship owner’s representative, and he or she de [..]
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 The officer in charge of the ship, in overall command of the ship. He or she is responsible for the safe navigation and operation of the ship at all times. The Master is the ship owner’s represent [..]
Source: karatzas.mobi

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Either the commander of commercial vessel, or a senior officer of a naval sailing ship in charge of routine seamanship and navigation but not in command during combat.
Source: nauticed.org

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The officer in charge of the ship. "Captain" is a courtesy title often given to a master.
Source: mpa.maryland.gov

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A person having command or charge of a vessel (as defined under s3 of the Marine Safety Act)
Source: transportsafety.vic.gov.au

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The term master refers to the captain of a vessel. It is a holdover from early days when the captain was the literal and legal master of his ship and crew.
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Highest officer aboard ship. Oversees all ship operations. Keeps ships records. Handles accounting and bookkeeping. Takes command of vessel in inclement weather and in crowded or narrow waters. Handle [..]
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The captain of a merchant ship.
Source: wisconsinshipwrecks.org

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Either the commander of commercial vessel, or a senior officer of a naval sailing ship in charge of routine seamanship and navigation but not in command during combat.
Source: cruisertips.com

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Either the commander of commercial vessel, or a senior officer of a naval sailing ship in charge of routine seamanship and navigation but not in command during combat.
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The Captain of a vessel. Highest officer aboard ship. Oversees all ship operations. Keeps ships records. Handles accounting and bookkeeping. Takes command of vessel in inclement weather and in crowded [..]
Source: marinewaypoints.com

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The captain of a ship. (See "Seaman.")  
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The captain of a ship.
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, sir; a term of address. ‘Are you wanting any bog-wood the day, master?’
Source: ulsterscotsacademy.com

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Like many terms related to spirituality, this one is grossly misunderstood. Although many people claim to be "masters," the truth is that the terrestrial person is only a terrestrial person. [..]
Source: gnosticteachings.org

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Legal officer of the Supreme Court empowered to perform auxiliary judicial duties.
Source: lawhandbook.sa.gov.au

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A legally qualified officer of a Supreme Court, empowered to perform auxiliary judicial duties.
Source: courts.sa.gov.au

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n. 1) employer, in the area of law known as "master and servant", which more properly should be called employer and employee. 2) a person, supposedly with special expertise, appointed by a j [..]
Source: advocatekhoj.com

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(1) (adjective) the highest outstanding card of a suit
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A player whose Elo rating is 2200 or higher. If the player's rating drops below 2200 the title is revoked.
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the captain of the ship
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The master in a network controls all the other devices (slave devices) attached to the network. The master sends commands to request data, the slaves respond with data. Some slave devices may prefix t [..]
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A title bestowed on a martial artist who has attained advanced rank after long years of study.
Source: cambridgekungfu.com

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Captain of a Cruise Vessel. A master is also a person who teaches in school, a master is also a ring master in a circus.
mydreamholiday - 14 January 2020

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In a communications system that is hierarchical in arrangement, processes are often spoken of as being either masters or slaves. The issue is one of control rather than service. Master/slave relations occur in the IBM SNA environment because of its hierarchical nature. The protocol used in master/slave relations is generally the same for communicat [..]
Source: glossary.westnetinc.com

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The final format of a recording to be duplicated.
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1) A control to set the level going out of the console, especially the stereo output to the two track machine in mixdown. 2) A term with the same meaning as Sub Master (a control that adjusts the leve [..]
Source: testing1212.co.uk

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Prefix to a boy's name or surname. * '''1995''', Barbara Hambly, ''Children of the Jedi'', page 81 *: "I'm terribly sorry, Master Luke," apologized the droid. A religious teacher, often as an ho [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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lang=en 1600s=1678 |1800s=1843 * '''1678''' — . ''''. *: Sir, here is a traveller, who was bid by an acquaintance of the good-man of this house to call here for my profit; I would therefore speak [..]
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The dominant partner in fetish play. Often used as a title the submissive partner must use in reference to the dominant partner. Ex. Master Honey Badger.
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sadomasochistic vernacular term for the sadistic partner whose role is one of total domination and disciplinarian Antonym, slave. See also dominatrix.
Source: ffzg.unizg.hr


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