Definitions for "Lineage"
Descent in a line from a common progenitor; progeny; race; descending line of offspring or ascending line of parentage.
For a replicator L in a uniparental clade, the sequence of n+1 members L0, L1, L2, . . ., Ln where L0 = L, and Lk+1 = the parent of Lk. The last member of the lineage, Ln, is the founder of the clade. This sequence of ancestors begins with the individual and moves back in time, reversing the usual sense of the word "lineage."
A group of individuals, related by common descent, e.g. an in vitro cell line derived from a single cell.
The amount of advertising printed in a specific period.
This style of advert is run alphabetically under the specialist classification headings. The first word of the advert is set in bold and the rest of the copy run on.
in newspaper advertising, the total number of agate lines taken up by a single advertisement, several advertisements, or the total volume over time; may be viewed from the advertiser's side, the medium's or media vehicle's side, or as it relates to a particular product category. See agate line.
a succession or network of Initiates who carry out spiritual ministry. The most common lineage is a historical succession (parampara). In this type, spiritual power from an ensouling entity that has obtained Mastery in one band of the Great Continuum of Consciousness is passed to another who has reached the same spiritual attainment. In the other type, called a bodhisattwic lineage, Masters of different orders of spiritual development link their abilities together to establish a coordinated ministry. An example of this type of lineage is the Hierarchy of Light, in which Masters occupy offices with specific types of ministry, under the aegis of the Divine Will. The 11 Masters of the Mudrashram® lineage (at the time of this writing) are also arranged as a bodhisattwic lineage, where Multiplane Masters of different levels function together seamlessly.
the chronological enumeration of teachers belonging to a specific family line, academic, tantric or spiritual practice. [Example: Khon Lineage
a group of teachings or practises handed down from teachers to their students, who become teachers in their own right
Lineage is an episode of the TV series Star Trek: Voyager, the 12th episode of the seventh season.
"Lineage" is the seventh episode of the second season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar and was directed by Greg Beeman. It originally aired on November 5, 2002.
Lineage (Korean: ë¦¬ë‹ˆì§€) is a medieval fantasy massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) and the Most played in the all world, now-a-days more played than World of Warcraft released in 1998 by the South Korean computer game developer NCsoft. It has become highly popular in Korea with subscriptions counting into the millions, but is also available in Chinese, Japanese, and English language versions. Lineage II: The Chaotic Chronicles is the sequel to this first Lineage game, considered one of largest commercial MMORPG communities in the world at 2005.
inherited properties shared with others of your bloodline
The transmittance of characteristics and conditions from generation to generation. Had Adam and Eve achieved perfection, they would have embodied fully God's nature and God's standard of unconditional love. Resembling God, they would have been His true children and the first of God's lineage. Through multiplying their love in the family, their children would likewise have inherited God's standard of true love and have been in God's lineage. Owing to the fall, however, Adam's family and all people since have not embodied God's attributes or emulated His love. Thus human lineage has transmitted fallen nature and imperfect, fallen love, from generation to generation.
An evolving line, generally a species.
comprises all individuals that are able to hyberdize or have hyberdized with the same third organism. It includes species, and sometimes genera and even families.
Information about the source of data, its origin, accuracy, and scale that is normally kept in the data dictionary.
information about the data source, particularly the original scale, and accuracy.
the sequence of processing steps leading to the creation of some data or information product; can also be thought of as the processing history of a product
information about the characteristics and history of the data sources.
a rate of payment for written material that is measured according to the number of lines submitted