Definitions for "Finding"
A general term used to classify metal jewelry components, including clasps, connecting rings, headpins, ear wires and posts.
A metal jewelry component used to connect other jewelry components, such as clasps, earring hooks, jump rings, or chain.
Generic term for the metallic and other components used for mounting beads and stones.
The result of a judicial examination or inquiry, especially into some matter of fact; a verdict; as, the finding of a jury.
Formal conclusion by a judge or regulatory agency on issues of fact. Also, a conclusion by a jury regarding a fact.
A determination or conclusion based on the evidence presented and prepared by a hearings body in support of its decision. Local jurisdiction Boards of Appeal are required by the Critical Area Law to hold a public hearing to hear evidence when they receive a petition for a variance, special exception, rezoning, or appeal of a planning official's decision. When it presents its decision the body is required to demonstrate, in writing, that the facts presented in evidence support its decision in conformance with the law. The Critical Area Law requires findings of hardship, that the proposed development activity will not adversely affect water quality or adversely impact fish, wildlife, or plant habitat within the critical area, and be in harmony with the general spirit and intent of the Critical Area Law before the Board of Appeal can grant of a variance to Critical Area regulations.
That which is found, come upon, or provided; esp. (pl.), that which a journeyman artisan finds or provides for himself; as tools, trimmings, etc.
the act of determining the properties of something
something that is found; "the findings in the gastrointestinal tract indicate that he died several hours after dinner"; "an area rich in archaelogical findings"
a statement of events or conditions leading to the mishap
finding is the outcome of a research procedure, literally what was found. It can be represented in visual form (graph or table) or in words. General findings for each visual are determined in one of two different ways: as a summary of all the information in the visual or as a statement that focuses on the most important point that is made in the visual (important, that is, in terms of the hypothesis).
In the PATROL Advisor, a statement of the current state of the instance that is produced by running a specific rule. See also rule
An internal control weakness or instance of noncompliance reported in conjunction with an audit performed in conformity with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards. Findings are normally composed of 5 elements: Criteria, Condition, Cause, Effect, and Recommendation.
Support; maintenance; that which is provided for one; expence; provision.
Information revealed from an examination of documentation, items or activities
A ruling by the court.
a formal determination by a court, or administrative process that has legal standing