Definitions for "Segregation"
The act of segregating, or the state of being segregated; separation from others; a parting.
Separation from a mass, and gathering about centers or into cavities at hand through cohesive attraction or the crystallizing process.
As a concept, segregation is the act of separating or setting one thing apart from others or from the main body – isolating it. In more specific terms, it can refer to labour force segregation according to age, sex, or ethnicity; or to residential segregation according to socio-economic status, ethnicity, or stage in family formation, for example.
Distance required by the rules of IMDG or BC codes between the various commodities of dangerous and or bulk cargoes.
Distance between the various commodities of dangerous and/or bulk cargoes required by the rules of IMDG or BC codes.
Dated in the 1960's and associated with George Wallace's failed presidential bids. Akin to defeat and sectionalism. Better to use Nationalism.
A protected condition maintained by a brokerage firm for its customer's fully paid securities and those representing excess collateral in margin accounts.
The isolation of securities that the firm may not use for hypothecation or loan. The securities, which must be "locked up" by the firm, represent fully paid-for securities or the portion of a margin account in excess of loanable securities.
the act of segregating or sequestering; "sequestration of the jury"
Keywords:  mendelian, see
(see Mendelian segregation)
Keywords:  solitary, confinement
Solitary confinement
Where equipment is divided up into parts or compartments, and different services are installed in different compartments. Commonly applied to trunking systems and switchgear.
In this context, it is the idea that young boys and young girls gradually segregate themselves by genders, as noted by Maccoby, only to return to cross-gendered relationships later in life.
The tendency of particles of the same size in a given mass of aggregate to gather together whenever the material is being loaded, transported, or otherwise disturbed.
An uneven distribution of aggregate and cement paste that can occur when aggregate settle to the bottom of a concrete pour.
Keywords:  aisles, merchandise, across, food, well
Locating general merchandise products (GM) in a well-defined area of a store rather than in aisles next to or across from food products.
A concentration of alloying elements at specific regions, usually as a result of the primary crystallization of one phase with the subsequent concentration of other elements in the remaining liquid.
Keywords:  apart, keeping, practice, act, people
The act or practice of keeping people or groups apart.