Definitions for "Engagement"
Keywords:  pelvis, lightening, pelvic, coo, baby
the presenting part of the baby descends into the pelvis
Engagement is when the baby has descended into the pelvis, up to 3 or 4 weeks before labor begins. Also referred to as ‘lightening'.
Baby's head settles in rim of mother's pelvis in preparation for birth.
The state of being in gear; as, one part of a clutch is brought into engagement with the other part.
Contact of the blades while in the guard position. A "change of engagement" is performed similarly to the disengage: by passing the point of the foil under the opponents weapon to take control of the weapon on the opposite side.
refers to efforts or activities initiated by either the parties to the conflict or intermediaries to explore, enable, instigate or sustain opportunities for contact (and possibly other conflict resolution processes) with or between the parties.
An action; a fight; a battle.
a hostile meeting of opposing military forces in the course of a war; "Grant won a decisive victory in the battle of Chickamauga"; "he lost his romantic ideas about war when he got into a real engagement"
Today engagement refers to a combat of varying size: a full-scale battle or a limited fight in advance of a battle. A variant, meeting engagement, denotes and encounter that surprises either or both opponents. Apparently these definitions were also in use before and during the Civil War.
Use of the horse's back and hindquarters to create energy and impulsion to forward movement. An engaged horse has a rounded top line, dropped croup, and flexed abdominal, and elevated head and neck.
Increased flexion of the joints of the hind legs, during its weight-bearing phase. This causes a relative lowering of the quarters/raising of the forehand, thus shifting more of the task of loading-bearing to the hindquarters. A prerequisite for upward thrust/impulsion. Engagement is not flexion of the hocks or "hock action" in which the joints of the hind legs are markedly flexed while the leg is in the air. Nor is engagement merely the length of the step of the hind leg forward toward the horse's girth - that is reach of the hind leg.
Engagement is the opposition party's response to a Cybersettle Case. It is the act of entering offers/demands on a round by round basis. Until all rounds are exhausted or the case expires without all rounds being completed
an agreement by a couple to enter into marriage at some future time, usually accompanied by a formal or informal announcement to friends and family
an agreement of a couple to enter into marriage at some future time, and usually more or less officially announcing this
a reminder that there will come a wedding, and that we are anticipating the marriage feast of the Lamb
The act of engaging, pledging, enlisting, occupying, or entering into contest.
The state of being engaged, pledged or occupied; specif., a pledge to take some one as husband or wife.
That which engages; engrossing occupation; employment of the attention; obligation by pledge, promise, or contract; an enterprise embarked in; as, his engagements prevented his acceptance of any office.
Attract attention, employ occupy (person, powers, thought). Emotional involvement or commitment (Oxford Illustrated Dictionary).
a time to find out whether you want to spend a lot of time with just this one person in a committed, legally binding relationship
Stake nomination. Riding commitment
Keywords:  fse, fcrc, rite, social, formerly
a social custom not a religious rite
Actively maintaining a participating customer in one or a combination of FSE&T approved work and training activities in order to secure 80 hours per month of participation. FCRC Family Community Resource Center - Division of Human Capital Development offices providing public benefits and social services at the community level. Formerly called "Local Office."
engagement recognises the role of the citizen and communities in the processes of government. citizenship usually refers to the legal, political and social rights of people. the community engagement division embraces a more extended idea about these accepted rights – the idea of active citizenship.
see citizen engagement.
Keywords:  bryony, roughton, african, south, film
Engagement is a South African film directed by Bryony and Mark Roughton.
Keywords:  pelta, heller, want, foot, thing
a permanent thing, and you want it to get off on the right foot," Pelta-Heller said
Keywords:  uphold, rhode, oath, island, best
Refers to the .Certificate of Engagement., which is an oath to uphold the laws of Rhode Island and of the United State to the best of his or her ability; As described in 36-1-4 of the Rhode Island General Laws.
Keywords:  verge, urge, merge, period
a period of urge on the verge of a merge
an amazing event and one worthy of a grand celebration
Keywords:  thankingcustomers, htm, com, http
http://thankingcustomers.com/engagement.htm
Keywords:  fianc, fencing, realize, breaks, care
What your fiancée breaks when they realize all you care about is fencing
Involvement through situationally appropriate interactions with the physical environment, materials, or other persons.
an action with the enemy taking place within a restricted time and area, and of sufficient intensity and significance to justify recognition
a period of time for which engineering experience was gained without a significant change of responsibility
the act of sharing in the activities of a group; "the teacher tried to increase his students' engagement in class activities"
A specific internal audit assignment, task, or review activity, such as an internal audit, Control Self-Assessment review, fraud examination, or consultancy. An engagement may include multiple tasks or activities designed to accomplish a specific set of related objectives.
Keywords:  beers, last, summer, diamond, symbol
employment for performers or performing groups that lasts for a limited period of time; "the play had bookings throughout the summer"
De Beers advertising over the last century has established a "tradition" that a woman should receive a diamond ring as an engagement symbol.
a meeting arranged in advance; "she asked how to avoid kissing at the end of a date"
Keywords:  stronger, implies, aim, happen, fit
engagement: stronger than simple participation - it implies a fit and an aim of making things happen, a desired end result.
Keywords:  understanding
Involving the child, young person and family members in the design and delivery of services and decisions that affect them.
a delivery stage covered by a single statement of work.
a display that signifies that you can no longer take into consideration just one person, but that his special other is always involved
a public declaration of love without the interference of government laws
The period or occasion of employment for casual employees.
Keywords:  noun, employed, speaker, booking, date
Used as a noun to describe a set booking or date when a buyer has secured the services of, or employed, a speaker.
A measurement of how much of the fastener is in the material being fastened. See Length of Engagement and Thread Engagement
Keywords:  choosing, act, spouse, job, someone
the act of giving someone a job
a public act of choosing a person to be your spouse
The assumption of payment responsibility in respect of a letter of credit, e.g.
The ability to remain focused on, and responsive to, a person or object.
Keywords:  something, taking, part
taking part in something.
a very real and important part of a relationship