Meaning power
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n. the right, authority and ability to take some action or accomp...
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The ability to influence others and impose one’s beliefs.
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The energy rate, usually measured in watts. Power equals voltage times amps, or W = E x 1. The heavier the flow of amps at a given supply, the higher the rate at which energy is being supplied and use [..]
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  The rate of producing, transferring, or using energy, most commonly associated with electricity. Power is measured in watts and often expressed in kilowatts (kW) or megawatts (mW). Also known as & [..]
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  An electric measurement unit of power called a voltampere is equal to the product of 1 volt and 1 ampere. This is equivalent to 1 watt for a direct current system, and a unit of apparent power is [..]
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The rate at which energy is supplied. Power has define[SI] units of J/s, sometimes called "Watts" (W).
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The power of a number indicates how many times that number is multiplied by itself.
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A radar equation to describe the amount of power that a radar emits. P = I * V (or) P = V2 / R (or) P = I2 / R where I is current (amps), V is voltage (volts), R is resistance (ohms), P is power (watts).
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Mechanical force developed by the motive power installation in a vessel.
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c. 1300, "ability; ability to act or do; strength, vigor, might," especially in battle; "efficacy; control, mastery, lordship, dominion; legal power or authority; authorization; militar [..]
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"to supply with power," 1898, from power (n.). Earlier it meant "make powerful" (1530s). Related: Powered; powering.
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the number of times a base number is multiplied by itself, indicated by a small number to its upper-right e.g. 105 = 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 x 10, read as 10 to the power of 5. • the small number is calle [..]
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Relationship between people including the ability to control the behavior(s) of others. The potential to influence or restrict a partner's behaviors. [IRW]
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A number that indicates the operation of repeated multiplication.
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ability to do work.
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Ability to act or produce an effect. Capacity for being acted upon or undergoing an effect. Legal or official authority, capacity. Possession of control, authority, or influence over others. [D03147]
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Power involves the ability, skill or capacity to make decisions and take action; physical force or strength. The exercise of power is an important aspect of relationships. The more power a person has, [..]
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The ability to get other individuals to do as one wants them to do.
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possession of controlling influence; "the deterrent power of nuclear weapons"; "the power of his love saved her"; "his powerfulness was [..]
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A measurement of the maximum power that an engine is capable of producing.
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Refers to an hypothesis test. The power of a test against a specific alternative hypothesis is the chance that the test correctly rejects the null hypothesis when the alternative hypothesis is true.
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The rate of transfer or absorption of energy per unit time in a system. 2. Whenever the power of a radio transmitter etc. is referred to, it shall be expressed in one of the following forms, according [..]
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The strength or the data to find a difference when there truly is a difference. Power is abbreviated with the capital Greek letter beta (b).
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Access to privileges such as information/knowledge, connections, experience and expertise, resources and decision making that enhance a person’s chances of getting what they need to live a comfortab [..]
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 forces, army.
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A number that indicates the operation of repeated multiplication.
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The ability to achieve aims or further the interests you hold even when opposed by others.
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Power is the rate at which energy is generated or used. Power = energy per time The SI unit of power is the watt. 1 watt = 1 Joule/second
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1. the ability to impact or persuade other people, even whenever they try to resist this such. The cultural type stems from many sources: management over punishments and rewards- a right to necessitat [..]
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makht
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Poder
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1. A math term for designating a number times itself, x number of times where x is the power. The power of 2 is referred to as squared and the power of 3 is referred to as cubed. 2. A general term wit [..]
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PoWeR
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1 : capability of acting or of producing an effect [parties of unequal bargaining ] 2 a : authority or capacity to act that is delegated by law or constitution often used in pl. commerce power ...
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  Amount of work done per second.
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this is needed to work the machines in the factory. Early industry needed to be sited near to fast- flowing rivers or coal reserves, but today electricity can be transported long distances and the siz [..]
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The rate of doing work; the rate of transfer of energy. It is defined in watts (W). 1 watt = 1 joule per second.
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The energy rate, usually measured in watts. Power equals voltage times amps. or W = E x 1. The heavier the flow of amps at a given supply, the higher the rate at which energy is being supplied and used.
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[from Wolfreys - see General Resources below] - "in the work of Michel Foucault, power constitutes one of the three axes constitutive of subjectification, the other two being ethics and truth [..]
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See
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The union of peace with poise.
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Work or energy per unit time.
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A synonym for electricity.
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The real or presumed ability of a person, group or institution to exert force or influence, to make others do their bidding.
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The rate at which work is performed.
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Work done per unit of time. Measured in horsepower or watts (1 HP = 33,000 ft. lb./min. = 746 watts).
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The degree to which a statistical test will detect significant differences between groups in a sample, when the differences do in fact exist. Sometimes statistical tests are not "powerful" e [..]
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The probability of a study yielding a significant result if the research hypothesis is true.
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The probability of a study yielding a significant result if the research hypothesis is true.
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  a number that indicates the operation of repeated multiplication. prime number:
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The time rate of doing work. power factor. The cosine of the phase angle between current and voltage in an a-c circuit.
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The rate of doing work is called power. Power is a scalar quantity. The SI unit of power is Watt ( 1 W = 1 J/sec)
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Lens power describes the curvature of a lens. High power lenses have a short focal length and are highly curved. A positive lens power indicates a convex lens and negative power indicates a concave le [..]
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Power is the rate of transfer of energy. The SI unit of power is the watt (W). One watt is the same as one joule per second The formula which relates power (P), energy (E) and time (t) is: E = P x t I [..]
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The rate at which work is performed. Power is proportional to torque and rpm and is measured in horsepower.
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HP Lens power describes the curvature of a lens. High power lenses have a short focal length and are highly curved. A positive lens power indicates a convex lens and negative power indicates a concav [..]
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UE, EL, TR, EM, SP Power is the rate of transfer of energy. The SI unit of power is the watt (W). One watt is the same as one joule per second The formula which relates power (P), energy (E) and time [..]
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The rate at which work is done.
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rate of transfer of energy
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In its social and political manifestation, power refers to the ability to influence, direct or control the behaviour of people.
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The capacity of an individual group to control or influence the behavior of others, even in the face of opposition.
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menu Introduction Magic Round Binary Numbers Fast log₂ Algorithm Links Powers of Two Introduction To raise a number to a power, you can use Math.pow( double x, double p). This also works for non int [..]
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The ability to exercise control. Having access to systems and resources as legitimated by individuals and societal institutions.
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(n) possession of controlling influence(n) (physics) the rate of doing work; measured in watts (= joules/second)(n) possession of the qualities (especially mental qualities) required to do somethin [..]
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The rate at which work is performed; the rate of energy transfer over time (Lesson 18)
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Force times speed of movement. It reflects how quickly a given force is exerted.
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the probability of rejecting the null hypothesis in a statistical test when it is false.
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 - Rate at which energy is released or consumed, expressed in watts.
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The force or energy used to do work.
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rate of transfer of energy. For a steady rate (constant power) it can be expressed as E/∆t where E is the energy transferred in the time interval ∆t. Usual symbol: P. The SI unit is the watt (symb [..]
Source: physics.usyd.edu.au

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Power or power-producing capacity intended to be available at all times during the period covered by a commitment, even under adverse conditions.
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Power made available under agreements that permit curtailment or cessation of delivery by the supplier.
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Power or power-producing capacity supplied or available under an arrangement that does not have the guaranteed continuous availability feature of firm power. Power supplied based on the availability of a generating unit is one type of such power.
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The instantaneous flow of electricity, or current. It measures the rate of electricity production, transfer or demand
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Energy used to do work measured in watts.
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Power is the rate at which energy is generated or used.
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The rate at which work is performed or that energy is transferred. Electric power is commonly measured in watts or kilowatts. A power of 746 watts is equivalent to 1 horsepower.
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The term used for the product of voltage and current. It is measured in watts.
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Electricity is commonly referred to as power.
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The amount of electricity that is consumed (demand) or supplied at any given time.
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 The rate at which energy is transferred. Electrical energy is usually measured in watts. Also used for a measurement of capacity.
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A term usually meant to imply both electric capacity and electric energy.
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The rate at which work is performed or that energy is transferred. Electric power is commonly measured in watts or kilowatts. A power of 746 watts is equivalent to 1 horsepower.
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The rate of producing, transferring, or using energy, most commonly associated with electricity. Power is measured in watts and often expressed in kilowatts (kW) or megawatts (MW).  
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Electrical energy measured according to voltage and current (normally watts). Power in watts equals volts times amperes for DC circuits. For single phase AC circuits, watts equal volts times amperes t [..]
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The energy for doing work. The time rate of generating, transferring or using electric energy, usually expressed in kilowatts.
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The time rate of electric energy in a device or circuit, measured in watts.
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Rate of work expressed in Watts.
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A term often used in clinical research is statistical power. The power of a statistical test is the ability of the test to detect an effect, if the effect actually exists. In statistical terms, it is [..]
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The rate at which work is performed.
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Work done per unit of time. Measured in horsepower or watts usually.
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ability to do work or rate of work being done.
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 the combination of speed and strength.
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Definition:Power expresses the ratio between work output and the time needed for it, or power = work output per unit time. One can also use its equivalent, the energy quantity needed to do said work in the equation, therefore power = energy quantity per time unit. The greater the power of a device is, the more energy (or work) is converted/transfer [..]
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   The rate at which energy is consumed.  In electronics it refers to the consumption of electrical energy in joules over time; measured in watts.
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The time rate at which work is done.
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Power is the rate of doing work
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Work per unit of time measured in horsepower (hp) or watts (W).
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The rate at which work is performed or that energy is transferred. Electric power is commonly measured in watts or kilowatts. A power of 746 watts is equivalent to 1 horsepower.
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Energy per unit time, E/t. Common units are: Watts (W) and Horse Power (HP). Electrical power can be calculated using these equations: V*I, I^2*R, V^2/R. Mechanical power can be calculated using these [..]
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The rate at which energy is transferred. Electrical energy is usually measured in watts. Also used for a measurement of capacity.
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In physics, power is the amount of energy supplied by a system per unit time. In simpler terms, power can be viewed as energy output. Power is always work done using force or pressure, multiplied by s [..]
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the rate at which work is performed and energy is converted.
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The rate at which work is performed or that energy is transferred. Electric power is commonly measured in watts or kilowatts. A power of 746 watts is equivalent to 1 horsepower.
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The energy for doing work. The time rate of generating, transferring or using electric energy, usually expressed in watts.
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The rate at which energy (or work) is used; units include watts, horsepower, and foot pounds per second.
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Time rate of doing work, usually expressed in horsepower or watts.
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Power is the rate at which energy is transferred, used or transformed. It is measured in watts.
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The rate of doing work measures in Watts or Joules/second.
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The probability of correctly rejecting the null hypothesis, i.e. rejecting the null hypothesis when it is false; defined as 1 minus the probability of a type II error (See type I and type II errors).
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controlling influence; a key concept in public policy, management and government.
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The capacity of individuals or groups to get their own way in any given situation.
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How quickly energy is transferred and work is done
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Power is the rate at which energy is transferred, used or transformed – in this context, mainly the rate at which a piece of equipment transforms the energy it receives into its particular output. For example, the rate at which a generator transforms fuel into electricity, or the rate at which a light bulb transforms electricity into heat and lig [..]
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The rate at which energy is supplied. See watt.
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A type of surface accuracy specification that applies to curved optical surfaces. It is tested by comparing a curved surface against a reference surface with a highly calibrated radius of curvature. Using the same principle of interference caused by the air gaps between the two surfaces, the interferences pattern of fringes is used to describe the [..]
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The exertion of a strong influence or control over others in a variety of settings--administrative, social, academic, etc.
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Energy transmitted from the sun in the form of Electromagnetic Radiation.
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Power is the Work $\Delta W$ and/or energy $\Delta E$ that is implemented over a specific period of time $\Delta t$. Power P is measured in $Nm/s$ or W (watts). It is important in both Mechanics and a [..]
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The ability to meet and recognize needs (power-with) and/or the capacity to exercise control (power-over, institutional power). Power can also refer to inner strength associated with courage, convicti [..]
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Most fundamentally, the "capacity to produce a change" (Miller, 1968, p.198).
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Power is unequally distributed globally and in U.S. society; some individuals or groups wield greater power than others, thereby allowing them greater access and control over resources. Wealth, whiten [..]
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It is expressed in Watt; in the physics field, it is described as the amount of energy transferred in a unit of time.
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The exertion of a strong influence or control over others in a variety of settings--administrative, social, academic, etc.
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EC Shipping Law, 2 Ed., 1998, LLP Limited, London.
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 access to privileges such as information/knowledge, connections, experience and expertise, resources and decision-making that enhance a person’s chances of getting what they need to live a comfort [..]
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This will tell you what type of outlet or universal electrical system the dog treadmill can handle.
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The engines powering the train.
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The term power has quite a few different meanings. For Biotechnology Online, we are referring to an organisation or individual's ability to act effectively according to their intentions, needs, or values.
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We consider the exercise of power in competitive markets for goods, labour and credit. We offer a definition of power and show that if contracts are incomplete ...
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Eileen Power’s undergraduate years were spent at Girton College, Cambridge, where she was a teaching fellow in history for some years. Having little ...
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, sb. a great quantity. ‘He made a power o’ money.’
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The power of a study refers to how likely it is to detect a statistically significant effect size. Before starting a study, evaluators estimate the effect size they expect to find. They use this figure to undertake power calculations and estimate the sample size required for an adequately powered study.
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the ability to achieve desired ends despite resistance from others
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and low
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the positive terminal of a battery or other power supply in a circuit. Generally the highest possible voltage in a circuit. The color red is used to denote power in circuit diagrams and drawings. Not [..]
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Power is strength displayed quickly. It’s the ability to contract a large amount of muscle units in a short amount of time. Examples of power in action: standing vertical jump, power clean, sprintin [..]
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The mechanical power required to compress polytropically and to deliver, through the specified range of pressures, the gas delivered by the compressor.
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Power is the time rate of doing work.
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The rate of doing work, measured in watts, or kilowatts.
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a person’s perception of one’s ability to influence outcomes to meet one’s needs and wants.
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One of Steven Reiss’s 16 basic desires that motivate intrinsic desires. Power is the need for influence of will. This need is very easily stressed in video games because they are interactive.
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Reminder to set the throttles appropriately considering the IR threat and desired energy state.
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1. Rate of doing work. 2. Luminous intensity. 3. The number of times an object is magnified by an optical system, such as a telescope. Usually called MAGNIFYING POWER. 4. The result of multiplying a n [..]
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Reminder to set the throttles appropriately considering the IR threat and desired energy state.
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How good a deck or card is without the context of format or metagame. (Also called "raw power" or "power level.")
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an ability possessed by Heroes that can be used during a Hero’s power phase. A given power may only be used once per turn, even if a Hero is allowed to use more than one power during their turn.
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A radar equation to describe the amount of power that a radar emits. P = I * V (or) P = V2 / R (or) P = I2 / R where I is current (amps), V is voltage (volts), R is resistance (ohms), P is power (watts).
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Power is (voltage x current) or a (coulomb/second).
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The rate of doing work, measured in watts, or kilowatts
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The rate at which energy is transferred.
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Capability of a telescope or binoculars to increase the size of an object that is far away.
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[In statistics:] The probability of rejecting the null hypothesis when a specific alternative hypothesis is true. The power of a hypothesis test is one minus the probability of Type II error. In clini [..]
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Statistical power is the probability you will detect a meaningful difference, or effect, given that a true difference exists. Ideally, studies should have power levels of 0.80 or higher, an 80% chance [..]
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The ability of a study to demonstrate an association or causal relationship between two variables, given that an association exists. For example, 80% power in a clinical trial means that the study has a 80% chance of showing a statistically significant treatment effect if there really was an important difference between outcomes. If the statistical [..]
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The power used by a device to produce useful work (also called input power or active power). In lighting, it is the system input power for a lamp and ballast or driver combination. Power is typically reported in the SI units of watts.
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the time rate at which work is done or the rate at which energy is used. Basic equations for Electrical Power are: P = V^2/R or P = I^2*R.
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the ability to get others to do things.
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"The power of a test statistic T is the probability that T will reject the null hypothesis when the hypothesis is not true. Formally, it is the probability that a draw of T is in the rejectio [..]
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the rate at which work is done; electrically, power = current x voltage (P = I V)
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The ratio of energy per time. Power is measure in Watts, and Joules. Power = Current x Voltage. Where 1 amp x 1 volt = 1 watt.
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The ability of one actor to influence the behavior of another in a social organization.
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A radar equation to describe the amount of power that a radar emits. P = I * V (or) P = V2
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1) The measurement of the ability of an electrical current to produce light, produce heat or do other work. 2) A similar measurement of another energy form to do work. 3) The name of the switch which [..]
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The rate of doing work or the rate of expending energy. The unit of electrical power is the watt.
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Expressed in watts (W) or kilowatts (kW)
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Is the time rate of consuming or absorbing energy. [Unit: watt or W] *power The active component of power in an alternating circuit is usually referred to as power or active power. [Unit: watt or W]
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===Noun=== ====control and influence over another entity and its actions==== =====Synonyms===== power strength potence potency might virtue authority|(uncountable) The power to enforce rules or give [..]
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See Statistical Power.
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In physics, power is the rate of doing work or of transferring heat, i.e. the amount of energy transferred or converted per unit time. Having no direction, it is a scalar quantity. In the Internatio [..]
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In social science and politics, power is the capacity of an individual to influence the conduct (behaviour) of others. The term "authority" is often used for power that is perceived as legitimate by t [..]
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Power in international relations is defined in several different ways. Modern discourse generally speaks in terms of state power, indicating both economic and military power. Those states that have si [..]
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Power typically refers to: Power (physics), meaning "rate of doing work", including engine power Electricity, specifically electric powerPower may also refer to:
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Power is the tenth studio album by American rock band Kansas, released in 1986. It was the band's first studio album for MCA Records. A year and a half after Kansas disbanded at the end of the Drasti [..]
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Power is the third and final studio album by Q and Not U. It was released on October 5, 2004. After touring in support of the album, the group disbanded in September 2005. The album was co-produced by [..]
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Power is a play by the British playwright Nick Dear. It is set in the court of King Louis XIV of France. It deals with the intrigue and tension of the court and explores the events and ideas that led [..]
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Power is a play by the British playwright Nick Dear. It is set in the court of King Louis XIV of France. It deals with the intrigue and tension of the court and explores the events and ideas that led [..]
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Power is a 1962 novel by Howard Fast detailing the rise of the fictional Benjamin Holt, leader of the International Miner's Union, in the 1920s and 1930s. Written from the perspective of a journalist [..]
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Power is the second studio album by American rapper Ice-T, released on September 13, 1988 by Sire Records. Recorded at Syndicate Studios West in Los Angeles, the home studio of DJ Evil E, it was produ [..]
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"Power" is a song and single by German power metal band Helloween, taken from the album The Time of the Oath.
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The following people have the surname Power: David Baynton-Power (born 1961), British drummer Arthur Power (1889–1960), British admiral Camilla Power (born 1976), British actress Catherine Power (d [..]
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Power is a 1986 American drama film directed by Sidney Lumet and starring Richard Gere. The original screenplay by David Himmelstein focuses on political corruption and how power affects both those wh [..]
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Power is a 2009 studio album by German electronic music artist Boys Noize.
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Power is a 2009 studio album by German electronic music artist Boys Noize.
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Power is a 1973 album by the Spanish group Barrabás. It was the first album to feature new vocalist José Luís Tejada, and drummer José María Moll, who had previously only played with the band in [..]
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Power is a 1973 album by the Spanish group Barrabás. It was the first album to feature new vocalist José Luís Tejada, and drummer José María Moll, who had previously only played with the band in [..]
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"Power" is the first track on the KMFDM album Xtort. It was used to promote the album before its release in the summer of 1996. It was released in two limited edition vinyl pressings and as a CD singl [..]
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"Power" (often stylized as "POWER") is a song by American hip hop recording artist Kanye West, released as the lead single from his fifth studio album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (2010). The s [..]
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Power, in comics, may refer to: Power Comics, a British comics publisher Power Comics (Eclipse Comics), an Eclipse Comics title that reprinted Powerman stories The Power family in Marvel Comics, conn [..]
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Power, in comics, may refer to: Power Comics, a British comics publisher Power Comics (Eclipse Comics), an Eclipse Comics title that reprinted Powerman stories The Power family in Marvel Comics, conn [..]
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In physics, power is the rate of doing work or of transferring heat, i.e. the amount of energy transferred or converted per unit time. Having no direction, it is a scalar quantity. In the Internatio [..]
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Power typically refers to: Power (physics), meaning "rate of doing work", including engine power Electricity, specifically electric powerPower may also refer to:
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Power typically refers to: Power (physics), meaning "rate of doing work", including engine power Electricity, specifically electric powerPower may also refer to:
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Power is a studio album by Tower of Power released in 1987 on the A&M Records-distributed Cypress Records label. It was released a year earlier with additional and/or different songs in Europe un [..]
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Power is the second single album by South Korean boy band, B.A.P. It was released digitally on April 27, 2012, and contains four tracks. The lead single, "Power", was released the same day.
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Power is a British-bred, Irish-trained Thoroughbred racehorse. He won the Coventry Stakes and the National Stakes as a two-year-old in 2011. In May 2012 he won the Irish 2000 Guineas.
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Power is a light rail station in Salt Lake City, Utah, served by the Green Line of the Utah Transit Authority's (UTA) TRAX system. The Green Line provides service from the Salt Lake City International [..]
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Power is an American crime drama television series created and produced by Courtney A. Kemp. It debuted on the Starz network on June 7, 2014, and has run for five seasons.It tells the story of James S [..]
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Power is a 2014 Telugu action comedy film directed by K. S. Ravindra and produced by Rockline Venkatesh under the banner Rockline Entertainments, both marking their debut in Telugu cinema. It features [..]
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Power is an EP by American "Goblin Metal" band Nekrogoblikon, independently released and produced by Nekrogoblikon themselves in 2013, and was mixed by Matt Hyde.
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Power*** is a 2014 Kannada-language Indian action film. It is a remake of the 2011 Telugu film Dookudu which itself was partially inspired from the 2003 German tragicomedy film Good Bye, Lenin!. It wa [..]
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Power (stylized as POWER) is the debut extended play (EP) by American actor and singer Alex Newell. It was released on February 19, 2016, by Big Beat Records. It charted at No. 11 on the Billboard Hea [..]
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Power is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by Howard Higgin and starring William Boyd, Alan Hale, Sr., and Jacqueline Logan.
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Power is a 2016 Bengali action comedy movie directed by Rajiv Kumar Biswas. The soundtrack of the film has been composed by Jeet Gannguli. It features Jeet, Sayantika Banerjee and Nusrat Jahan in lead [..]
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