Definitions for "Disposition"
When a juvenile court petition has been filed, the disposition is the final outcome. When a petition is dismissed, or is found to be true, that is a disposition. The disposition also includes anything the judge orders after a petition is found to be true.
This is the court decision about where a child or youth should live (such as in state custody), as well as what the parents, the child welfare agency and the youth must do to change the problems that brought the young person into care.
What the judge orders to happen to the juvenile at the end of the hearing.
The act of disposing, arranging, ordering, regulating, or transferring; application; disposal; as, the disposition of a man's property by will.
Tendency to any action or state resulting from natural constitution; nature; quality; as, a disposition in plants to grow in a direction upward; a disposition in bodies to putrefaction.
A disposal or transfer of property or cash, including both the creation and the release of any debt or right. The legislation specifically includes certain types of transfer and more information can be found in the Inheritance Tax Manual.
an internal state of intensity that is exhibited by a consistant and frequent pattern of behaviors that are directed toward a broader goal
The effective management of retired products according to current economics, market conditions, regulations, technology, and environmental factors. A broader term that envisions reuse, refurbishment, remanufacture, recycling, recovery, and other options.
disposal and other means of long-term fissile materials management, including their use as fuel in nuclear reactors. The term has a broader meaning than the word disposal.
Conscious inclination; propension or propensity.
the 'noumenal' source of a person's moral motivation, also called the heart. It can be either evil (like the propensity) or good (like the predisposition), but not both at once.
Natural or prevailing spirit, or temperament of mind, especially as shown in intercourse with one's fellow-men; temper of mind.
The temperament of an animal.
Keywords:  jail, hospital, ontario, orb, plead
This term refers to what happens if you plead guilty or are found guilty. It can include jail or probation and may include the condition that you remain drug or alcohol free.
A decision the Ontario Review Board (ORB) makes after having a hearing. A disposition details where a person must go, for example, which hospital, facility or doctor the person must remain connected to. A disposition also details what level of security the person will be subject to (maximum, medium or minimum) and the privileges and conditions that apply for the next year.
The consequent arrangement or event ending a patient's stay in the hospital. The following 13 dispositions are reported: Routine Discharge, Acute Care Within This Hospital, Other Type of Hospital Care Within This Hospital, Skilled Nursing/Intermediate Care Within This Hospital, Acute Care at Another Hospital, Another Type of Hospital Care at Another Hospital, Skilled Nursing/Intermediate Care Elsewhere, Residential Care Facility, Prison/Jail, Against Medical Advise, Died, Home Health Service, Other.
the act or means of getting rid of something
The process by which a consumer gets rid of an offering.
The parting with or getting rid of possessions.
Natural tendency shown by an individual or group of individuals, including any tendency to acquisition of specific diseases, often due to hereditary factors
the tendency a person has at a given point in time to act in one way or another (i.e., to obey the moral law or to disobey it). (Cf. predis­position.)
In philosophy, physiology, and psychology, a disposition is a habit, a preparation, a state of readiness, or a tendency to act in a specified way.
diseases with genetic prediposition in Collies and Shelties: here (with engl. links)
The state or the manner of being disposed or arranged; distribution; arrangement; order; as, the disposition of the trees in an orchard; the disposition of the several parts of an edifice.
The manner in which the referenced instances are to be disposed of, their intended use.
The act or manner of disposing of something
Keywords:  opiate, viscosity
Opiate Viscosity
Keywords:  mitoxantrone, systemic
Mitoxantrone Systemic
Keywords:  mood, happy, humor, usual, your
Mood; humor.
your usual mood; "he has a happy disposition"
A person's usual mood.
The disposal of plutonium or enriched uranium, especially stocks arising from dismantled nuclear weapons.
C Library designed to generate in sequence permutations or combinations of a number of objects, with or without repetition. A graphical program that uses the library is provided too, useful to teach combinatorics.
a function of a genetically specified cognitive device that has evolved within its proper domain as part of the human adaptation to the original environmental conditions of hunter-gatherer life in the Pleistocene
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The transport and fate of chemicals, microbes, or other agents in the environment and inside living organisms, including humans.
The defined setting options for managing filtered mail. These include quarantine and digest, tag and pass, and do nothing to my mail.
Keywords:  salvage, lessor, eventual, sale, leased
The eventual sale or salvage of leased equipment upon its return to the lessor.
The sale of property.
The exchange, sale or loss of an asset.
() -- a functional component of the Does Equation that is equivalent to the program described in the Is Equation. The program events "dispose" the learner to respond at a certain frequency or range of frequencies.
The result of an attempt to reach or contact a potential respondent.
A relatively transient quality which disposes a being temporarily well.
an aspect of qualities of a substance
a quality that is difficult to change
Keywords:  landfill, outlet, sent, broker, sold
How a product is disposed of, e.g. sold at an outlet, sold to a broker, sent to a landfill, etc.
Is a unilateral deed by which a seller conveys property to a purchaser.
Keywords:  landowner, otherwise, lease, sell, land
The right of a landowner to sell, lease, give away, mortgage, or otherwise dispose of, his or her land.
outcome of an attempt to reach someone selected to complete a survey (completed, refused, answering machine, unable, etc.)
a psychological, not social or political, variable
Represents ones sensitivity and susceptibility to illness
Authorized instructions given to a common carrier regarding the movement of a shipment.
Keywords:  investigation, see
See Investigation Disposition.
Assigning rail cars for loading at specific locations for customers.
The permanent withdrawal from use in a trade or business or from the production of income.
Keywords:  thinking, way, natural, acting, person
a person's natural way of acting or thinking
The session to which a data management event is delivered. An individual disposition is set for each type of event from each file system.
Keywords:  desires, employee, check, deposit, bank
A code which identifies whether the employee desires payment by check or through direct bank deposit.
Keywords:  variety, property
a property such that
a variety of property (i
Keywords:  goods, property
giving away or giving up of property, as the disposition of goods in a will.
Keywords:  parting, property
The parting with or giving away of property.
Keywords:  see
See Dispositor.