Definitions for "Nature"
The existing system of things; the universe of matter, energy, time and space; the physical world; all of creation. Contrasted with the world of mankind, with its mental and social phenomena.
The personified sum and order of causes and effects; the powers which produce existing phenomena, whether in the total or in detail; the agencies which carry on the processes of creation or of being; -- often conceived of as a single and separate entity, embodying the total of all finite agencies and forces as disconnected from a creating or ordering intelligence; as, produced by nature; the forces of nature.
That inherently intelligent collection of forces, (natural laws) and manifestations, (life forms) which act to evolve consciousness through matter.
Keywords:  divine, essence, jesus, thing, inherent
The established or regular course of things; usual order of events; connection of cause and effect.
The sum of qualities and attributes which make a person or thing what it is, as distinct from others; native character; inherent or essential qualities or attributes; peculiar constitution or quality of being.
Kind, sort; character; quality.
Keywords:  wildlife, wnet, bbc, debut, thirteen
Nature is a long-running wildlife television program produced by Thirteen/WNET New York. It has been distributed to United States public television stations by the PBS television service since its debut on October 10, 1982. Some episodes may appear in syndication on many PBS member stations around the U.S. and Canada and on the Discovery Channel.
Nature is a long-running documentary programme on BBC Radio 4, covering wildlife and environmental matters.
Nature is one of the most prominent scientific journals, first published on 4 November 1869. Although most scientific journals are now highly specialized, Nature is idiosyncratic (along with other weekly journals such as Science and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences) in still publishing original research articles across a wide range of scientific fields. In most fields of scientific research, many of the most important new advances each year are published as articles in Nature while significant work published elsewhere is often reported in Nature as letters.
Nature is a short book by Ralph Waldo Emerson published anonymously in 1836. It is in this essay that the foundation of transcendentalism is put forth, a belief system that espouses a non-traditional appreciation of nature. Recent advances in zoology, botany, and geology confirmed Emerson's intuitions about the intricate relationships of Nature at large.
Nature is a word used in two major ways, which are inter-connected in a complex way. This complexity is due to the importance of the concept in the history of science and metaphysics, particularly in Western Civilization.
Jermaine Baxter (born September 15, 1972), better known as Nature, is an American rapper, best known for his association with fellow Queensbridge-born rapper Nas. Nature went to school with Nas, who first took notice of his talent for rhyming.
See Cosmos and Fact. Here used to represent a single system of subjectmatters of inquiry, without implication of predetermined authoritative value such as is usually intended when the word "naturalism" is used.
What the British army calls bullets, pellets, rockets and shells. See also the entry for, projectile.
Keywords:  reverence, affection
Natural affection or reverence.
Wine which hasn't had any sugar added ; for a Champagne, this means that the wine will not be sparkling.
Conformity to that which is natural, as distinguished from that which is artificial, or forced, or remote from actual experience.
A determining factor for vowel quantity. Vowels are either naturally long or naturally short. That is, the Romans pronounced them as such, having learned to distinguish their sound during the course of acquiring Latin. See below on position.
Physical constitution or existence; the vital powers; the natural life.
(1) A great place to escape life's daily grind. (2) Something that inevitably calls when trying to enjoy getting away from life's daily grind.
a cookie cutter before it has cut anything out (generic substance), while a person is the cookie that has been cut out of the dough by the cookie cutter (particular self)
a substance that is complete in itself as a source of activity
refers to simple, unadorned preparations.
the complex of emotional and intellectual attributes that determine a person's characteristic actions and reactions; "it is his nature to help others"
A named collection of attributes consisting of units, tolerances, and access function names.
Keywords:  environment