Definitions for "Surrogate"
a surrogate mother.
a woman who agrees to become pregnant and give her baby to someone else when the child is born
This is where a woman becomes pregnant from an insemination of sperm from the husband of an infertile woman.
The deputy of an ecclesiastical judge, most commonly of a bishop or his chancellor, especially a deputy who grants marriage licenses.
To put in the place of another; to substitute.
A substitute.
In some States of the United States, an officer who presides over the probate of wills and testaments and yield the settlement of estates.
A judicial officer who has jurisdiction over the probate of wills in the absence of a contest and acts as the Clerk of the Probate Court in the settlement of estates, guardianships, and trusts.
The elected county official who oversees probate in the State of New Jersey.
Relatively well studied toxicant whose properties are assumed to apply to an entire chemically and toxicologically related class; for example, benzo(a)pyrene data may be used as toxicologically equivalent to that for all carcinogenic polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons RT quantitative structure-activity relationship
a class that will be serialized in place of another class (usually because the other class is either not serializable or contains classes that are not serializable or cause serialization problems)
a helper that knows how to serialize and deserialize objects of a particular type
In California, three designations of persons may legally make health-care decisions for the patient: a surrogate, a court-appointed conservator, and a health-care agent named by the patient. Conservators and agents are named through formal proceedings or by a witnessed legal document and their authority lasts until they are replaced or become unavailable. In contrast, surrogates are referred to when there is no agent or conservator, and they may also be named orally by the patient by speaking to his/her supervising physician. The surrogate's authority lasts only as long as the patient stays in a health facility.
a person appointed to represent or act on behalf of others
a statutorily designated health care decider or an informally identified person, such as a close family member or friend
Keywords:  nomina, sacra, manuscript, lord, drawn
Common words often abbreviated in ancient (hand written) documents in order to save writing effort and manuscript material. These abbreviations are known as surrogates. A line was usually drawn over the surrogate to mark it as such. Examples of surrogates are k-"- (from Κύριος for Lord) and q-"- from (θεός for God). (See Nomina Sacra.)
Refers to the photocopy of specified portions of an item which contains bibliographic information allowing the title to be cataloged without the item in hand, Additional information should accompany the surrogate in the form of annotations to the surrogate or a CRC.
A copy of the information content of an original item in another medium, usually one which is more durable. See also: Reproduction and Facsimile.
A copy of a record.
A surrogate is a number identifying in a unique manner the message exchanged between repositories (the numbers are not unique, but the context -- the kind of message and who issued it warrant the identification of the message).
An object that stands in for and forwards messages to another object.
a compound that is expected to perform similarly to the compounds being analyzed in a laboratory method
a subset of leading stocks from a particular industry group
An identifier standing for a particular information resource.
someone who takes the place of another person
something that acts for, or takes the place of, another
Keywords:  representative
a representative