Definitions for "STAGE"
A degree of advancement in any pursuit, or of progress toward an end or result.
a scoring system used to describe the extent of the cancer. The stage of colon cancer depends on the size of the cancer tumor and whether it has spread from its original site to other parts of the body.
A term used to describe the size, extent of spread, and distribution of the cancer in the body.
Keywords:  pupa, larva, larval, butterflies, egg
One of several marked phases or periods in the development and growth of many animals and plants; as, the larval stage; pupa stage; zœa stage.
Refers to a life period. In Manduca there are four stages, egg, larva, pupa and adult.
One of the successive principal divisions in the life cycle of an insect, e.g., egg, nymph, larva, prepupa, pupa, adult.[1] Fin. Swe.
An elevated platform on which an orator may speak, a play be performed, an exhibition be presented, or the like.
A floor elevated for the convenience of mechanical work, or the like; a scaffold; a staging.
The level of the surface of a river or lake above a predetermined base elevation (or " datum").
The floor for scenic performances; hence, the theater; the playhouse; hence, also, the profession of representing dramatic compositions; the drama, as acted or exhibited.
A place where anything is publicly exhibited; the scene of any noted action or career; the spot where any remarkable affair occurs; as, politicians must live their lives on the public stage.
To exhibit upon a stage, or as upon a stage; to display publicly.
One unit in a multistage rocket. The stage has its own engines and fuel supply, and may have its own guidance system. The booster is the first stage of a multistage rocket.
See rocket stage.
An independently powered section of a rocket or spacecraft, often combined with others to form multistage vehicles.
A subsection of a project which has its own organization al structure, life span and stage manager. [D03951] PNG A smaller portion of the project life cycle. Stages may be identifiable by milestone event s that are sign-off s or approval s by authorities outside the project team. For example, stages in the life cycle of a construction project may be identified as: Pre- project studies of needs and opportunities Project concept s and economic studies Feasibility or function al design Engineering, project planning and project brief Working drawings and specification Tendering and contract award Construction Facility commissioning, start up or hand-over Final project review and close out Note: Operation of the result ing facility is part of the Facility Life-Cycle, not the Project Life-Cycle. [D01885] CCCP See also Project Stage. [D01886] A natural high level subsection of a project that has its own organization al structure, life span and manager. [D04529] APM
a logical sub-division of a project
a partition of the software effort that is of a manageable size and that represents a meaningful and measurable set of related tasks which are performed by the project
A platform, often floating, serving as a kind of wharf.
The platform of a microscope, upon which an object is placed to be viewed. See Illust. of Microscope.
the platform on the microscope where the slide or specimen is placed. The stage may be square, circular, fixed, rotating or even interchanged.
Keywords:  bicycle, tour, d'italia, giro, multi
Main article: Stage (bicycle race) One part of a multi-day race, such as the Tour de France.[ edit
A stage in road bicycle racing is a part of a multi-day event, such as the Tour de France or the Giro d'Italia. Usually, the race consists of "ordinary" stages (see below), but sometimes stages are held as an individual time trial or a team time trial.
a new musical farce based on "As You Like It"
an updated gay-friendly musical farce based on As You Like
This is another way of referring to the year of a program eg. a student may be in Stage 1 (or Year 1) of their undergraduate program.
Programmes of study are divided into a number of stages and students must achieve specified requirements in each stage except the final stage before being permitted to progress to the next stage.
'stage' refers to position within the programme. A successful student progresses through the Programme, from stage one to two and then from two to three. Students must successfully complete one stage before going on to the next. Within a stage all units are at the same level.
See Gage height
a combination of size and cover class for tree-dominated habitats, age and cover class for shrub habitats, height and cover class for herb habitats, and depth and substrate for aquatic habitats
A measure of a river's height, though it usually doesn't correspond with the natural bottom of the channel since the riverbed changes over time. Instead, the stage is determined from a benchmark where all the measurements are taken. Typically, these readings are set below the natural bottom of a channel.
A degree of advancement in a journey; one of several portions into which a road or course is marked off; the distance between two places of rest on a road; as, a stage of ten miles.
a section or portion of a journey or course; "then we embarked on the second stage of our Caribbean cruise"
a shorter section of a much longer course or a Individual time trial time trial
Keywords:  themis, btr, sdpsis, rdr, edr
THEMIS standard data product abbreviation: EDR, RDR, ABR, or BTR. See Glossary entries or THEMIS sdpsis.pdf for more information.
The gangway of a paddlewheel steamboat.
Stage - A unit of geologic time of lesser duration than an age.
subdivision of an epoch in the geologic time scale; may represent a glaciation or interglaciation during the Pleistocene, for example the Wisconsin Stage or Sangamon Stage.
PICTURE: PANL E32-19] A building or structure built along the shore and out over the water to allow boats to land fish. It contained a splitting table or tables, tools, fishing gear, etc., and was where fish were cleaned and split before salting. Depending upon the location, split fish were salted and stored in this same building (before being dried) or were taken further back on the land to a salting stage or store.
a single-storey shed used for splitting and making the fish
The age at release of a group of tagged fish defined by certain growth or developmental parameters.
The area where a performance is given.
Raised performance area
is a space designed primarily for theatrical performances that is traditionally, but not necessarily, separated from the audience by a proscenium wall.
A portion or phase of the product development process with a clear objective of milestone that ends with a stage-gate review before authority is granted to proceed with the next stage or phase.
(of a study): A step or component of a strand/phase of a mixed methods study, i.e. conceptualization, method, inference. Back to the top
Represents a designation of time that is much larger than a phase. In Alabama there are four Prehistoric stages: Paleoindian, Archaic, Woodland, and Mississippian.
Français : Sectionnement Deutsch : Brechpunkt A stopping place which marks the beginning or end of a Section of a ROUTE. See also : Fare stage
Also known as a 'Special Stage', these are the competitive sections of the rally - where the drivers and navigators drive as fast as possible to achieve the quickest time.
Keywords:  peebles, bealls, palais, midsize, chain
Action or task to be run during a build cycle. Many stages are chained together to form the build engine
Stage is a middle-class retail clothing chain that operates in small to midsize communities in parts of the United States. the chain is operated by Stage Stores Inc., which also owns Bealls, Palais Royal, and Peebles stores.
Stage is David Bowie's second live album, released by RCA in 1978. Though it was rumoured at the time that this would be his final outing with the label, following dissatisfaction over the promotion of Low and "Heroes", Bowie would in fact remain with RCA until 1982.
a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process; "a remarkable degree of frankness"; "at what stage are the social sciences?"
a chronostratigraphic unit of smaller scope and rank than a series
a series of community This surround event is free and open to the public
One tier in a tower or other vertically composed structure.
a subset of the precinct and reflects a proposed sales release or, in the case of a multiunit development, a tower, wing or level in a tower
a wardrobe, is a bed and breakfast on a farm in an undefined countryside with a slow exchange of text and image which leaves cracks everywhere
One part of the sequence of a control transfer, i.e., the setup stage, data stage, and status stage.
Magnolia supports unlimited staging, and generally has at least 2 stages: the authoring stage and the public stage. Content is moved between different stages by the means of -activation. The initial stage would be the authoring stage, running on the authoring instance. In a default, 2-stage setup, the second stage will be the public stage, provided by the -public instance.
1) In Reverberation Effects Devices, an echo added before the reverberation to simulate echoes that would come from a concert stage. 2) In amplifiers, one section of components that has a particular function. 3) The partially enclosed or raised area where live musicians perform.
A single amplifier in a cascaded group of amplifiers.
The area in the Flash environment that displays images and animation.
the central "screen" of your main project window. When working with Flash this is where all the graphics and animation are previewed.
The central area of a Flash program window where you assemble and position all the elements of your Flash graphic.
to position the front wheels right on the starting line so the small yellow lights below the pre-stage lights are glowing. Once both drivers are staged, the calibrated countdown (see Christmas Tree) may begin.
An early stage in the reaction of certain thermosetting resins in which the material is fusible and still soluble in certain liquids. (See also B Stage and C Stage)
a professional courtesy and privilege in which a chef allows you into a kitchen to learn - and in the best cases exchange ideas with staff
Keywords:  went, coach, twelve, passengers, town
a large coach-and-four formerly used to carry passengers and mail on regular routes between towns; "we went out of town together by stage about ten or twelve miles"
The flat area of the projector where the transparency film is placed.
The flat plate where the slides are placed for observation.
The flat plate where the specimen is placed for observation.
A place of rest on a regularly traveled road; a stage house; a station; a place appointed for a relay of horses.
A large vehicle running from station to station for the accommodation of the public; a stagecoach; an omnibus.
Keywords:  preperation, drag, spot, car, run
When you stage your drag car, you are placing it in the right spot to light both staging lights in preperation for a "run".
In Director, the visible area of the movie where all of the action takes place. Cast members that are placed on the stage become sprites and are controlled by the score.
The window of presentation where all visible action takes place.
Term used for a complete element of a launch vehicle, i.e. propellant tank, one or more engines and electrical, mechanical or pneumatic equipment
Keywords:  displayable, floor, story, acts, house
A floor or story of a house.
a displayable object that acts as floor for other objects
A window where the animation takes place. Jeliot supports multiple stages, i.e. there can be many windows open at the same time showing the animation of an algorithm.
One group of concurrently-accomplished tasks, with specified outcomes and deliverables, of the overall product development process.
perform (a play), especially on a stage; "we are going to stage `Othello'"
An event at the beginning, during or end of the test.
any distinct time period in a sequence of events; "we are in a transitional stage in which many former ideas must be revised or rejected"
plan, organize, and carry out (an event)
The portion of an auditorium or room that has been structured into a formal area for productions or presentations.
an internship, a work placement, or a training period
Keywords:  standby, switch
Standby switch
a period of time during which a learner responds to stimuli in a particular way and that way is not the same as the one the same learner will use when older
Keywords:  rush, case, good
a good show case of where Rush were at
See flood level.
A particular level within the staged assessment of pupils' special educational needs. Each stage is characterised by the amount and variety of resources deployed to meet the special educational needs of pupils who are registered at that level.
a substantial part of the amps output
a transistor, or it could be a tube, and it's associated parts
Keywords:  runway, modeling, live, acting, refers
In terms of modeling and not acting, this refers to modeling live on a stage, similar to a runway.
A portion of a pipeline dedicated to completing a certain category of work. The pipeline components within the stage complete the actual tasks.
an exercise for testing the skill of pilots in landing their aircrafts
a minimal independent step of analysis
a user-configured processing step such as Transformation, Routing, etc
Keywords:  pretty, listen, good
a pretty good listen
an output on a ventilation controller which can be set to turn on or off at specified temperatures
Keywords:  rapid, slow, target, strings, match
A portion of a match which consists of one or more strings fired in one position, distance, time allowance (slow or rapid fire, for example), or target.
a component element that executes a procedure
a self-contained application component
contains any kind of stage direction within a performance text or fragment.
a series of rounds which are grouped together as a specific part of the game, perhaps between scoring rounds or perhaps due to some significant change taking place in either the round structure or the game
Keywords:  dimension, existence, new
a new dimension of existence
Keywords:  cache, disk, writing, data, process
The process of writing data from a disk to the cache.
Keywords:  java, games, engine, written
STAGE is an engine for games written in Java
a collection of activities and products whose delivery is managed as a unit
Keywords:  prepare, movement, goods, act, location
The act of locating goods at a specific location to prepare for movement.
Keywords:  dais, see