Element Sample Clauses

Element. The textual representation of an element is referred to as a tag. In the example:
Element. The proposed definition of Element will align with the definition in the Rules of Procedure by capitalizing the term “Element” within the definition narrative as follows:Any electrical device with terminals that may be connected to other electrical devices such as a generator, transformer, circuit breaker, bus section, or transmission line. An element Element may be comprised of one or more components. In the definition of Element, the term is used to demonstrate a potential characteristic of an Element (i.e., it may be comprised of one or more components). Therefore, it is appropriate to capitalize the term consistently with the definition in the Rules of Procedure.
Element. A generic term used to refer to either a bar or a space. HUMAN READABLE INTERPRETATION (HRI) - The exact interpretation of the encoded barcode data presented in a human readable font. INTERCHARACTER GAP - The space between the last element of one character and the first element of the adjacent character of a discrete barcode. MARGIN (QUIET ZONE) - The area immediately preceding the start character and following the stop character, which contains no markings. SPACE - The lighter element of a barcode. START AND STOP CHARACTER - A distinct character represented by an asterisk (*), used at the beginning and end of each 3 of 9 barcode which provides initial timing references and direction of read information to the coding logic. The asterisk start and stop code is an integral part of, and peculiar to, the 3 of 9 barcode. SYMBOL - A complete barcode containing margins, start character, data characters, check digit (if any) and a stop character. UNIT SIZE - The bar width of a narrow element. The narrow bar and the narrow space are equal in the 3 of 9 barcode. 3 OF 9 BARCODE - a variable length, discrete, self-checking, bi-directional alphanumeric barcode. Its character set contains 43 meaningful characters: 0 - 9, A - Z, -, ., $, /, +, % and space. Each character is composed of nine elements: five bars and four spaces. Three of the nine elements are wide (binary value 1), and six elements of narrow (binary value 0). An additional common character, asterisk (*) is used for both start and stop delimiters.
Element. 1ST PART Reimbursement of principal over the term of the lease according to the accelerated amortization method, in accordance with the foregoing table, for the entire principal invested in the operation by NORBAIL IMMOBILIER less the amount of the initial advance paid by the LESSEE.
Element. Identifies a key area within the domain of a standard.
Element consists of a named opening and closing tag. In the above example, <Foo...> is
Element. 7.0, “partly yes” means there is a budget for a few gender mainstreaming activities, such as maintaining a sex­disaggregated database or organizing a GAD focal point (Q 7.l); or one or two training activities that may not be sufficient to build GAD capacities among Facility staff or the partner agency; or one or two inputs from external GAD experts (Q 7.2).
Element. Element is an abstract metaclass, which is used as the common superclass for all of the metaclasses in the UML infrastructure library as well as the KAMA packages. It has the capability of owning other elements.
Element. An element is a geometric element connecting a list of nodes. Each element has a geometry property. This geometry property is redundant because it can be obtained from the nodes of the element, but it can be useful for spatial queries involving elements.