Definitions for "Qualifier"
A defining term, also known as "gloss," that is part of a descriptor, subject heading, or lead-in term, but separated from it by punctuation (generally parentheses). The qualifier distinguishes a descriptor from otherwise identical descriptors that have different meanings. See also homograph ( NISO).
A defining term, used in a controlled vocabulary to distinguish homographs. A qualifier is considered part of a term, subject heading, or entry term, but is separated from it by punctuation. The qualifier is generally enclosed in parentheses.
AAT] The qualifier distinguishes a descriptor from otherwise identical descriptors (homographs) that have different meanings. A qualifier is considered part of a descriptor, but is separated from it by parentheses.
Keywords:  tournament, pot, poker, omaha, win
A minimum standard that a hand must meet in order to win. Usually applied to the lowball side of a high-low split pot.
In poker, the minimum standard a hand must meet in order for it to be eligible for part of the pot.
In high-low split games, the qualifier is a requirement that a hand must meet in order to be eligible for part of the pot, generally the low part. See 8 or better.
Term used to refer to both ‘Element refinement’ and ‘Encoding schemes’. Use of this term tends to cause confusion, so it is avoided in this document.
a Data Element that gives a generic Segment or a generic Data Element a specific meaning.
Something that describes or characterizes an object. In the case of Dublin Core, a qualifier refines an element's meaning. A qualifier must follow the Dumb-Down Principle. There are two broad categories of qualifiers: Encoding schema and Element refinement.
an attribute or list of attributes whose values serve to partition the set of objects associated with an object across an association
a slot for one or more attribute s, on one end of a binary association , in which the values of those attributes select one or more object s from the entire set of objects at the other end of the association from the "qualified" object
An association attribute or tuple of attributes whose values partition the set of objects related to an object across an association.
Keywords:  partita, eliminatoria, sport
"(sport) partita di qualificazione, eliminatoria"
One who, or that which, qualifies; that which modifies, reduces, tempers or restrains.
The first unit of a parameter. That is, a parameter can be defined as -qualifier=value. All qualifiers are preceded with a dash (-). Some qualifiers have values (for example -BEGin=100), but not all do (for example -BATch). Modifies the action of a UNIX or GCG command. For more information, see "Using Program Qualifiers" in Chapter 3, Using Programs.
A unique name used to identify another name. A modifier that makes a name unique. All names in a qualified name other than the rightmost, which is called the base name or simple name.
An adjective which the listener attaches to an observed sonic imperfection (such as "peaky" or "muddy") in order to convey a sense of its magnitude. "Subtle" and "conspicuous" are qualifying adjectives. See "audibility."
Keywords:  tourey, tourney, feeds, larger
a tourney that feeds into a larger tourey
Keywords:  noun, pronoun, shirt, verb, word
a content word that qualifies the meaning of a noun or verb
A word or group of words describing a person or thing which comes after a noun or pronoun. E.g. The man with a blue shirt.
Keywords:  mutuel, pari, prove, competing, mile
A race in which a horse must go a mile below an established time standard to prove itself capable of competing in pari-mutuel races.
a short phrase that makes your advice more acceptable and easier to embrace
a word or phrase that changed how absolute, certain or generalized a statement is
Describes the nature of the defect discovered (ie. Missing, Incorrect, Extraneous, etc.)
A means of limiting a search to specific classes of records, for example: type of material (ft), years of publication (yr), microform or not microform (mi), and cataloging source Library of Congress or other (so).
an exception to the statement
A statement that illustrates the "force" or "strength" of an argument.
Keywords:  disclosures, never, model, finish, case
a directive of how to develop the model -- in the case of disclosures, a directive never to finish the development of the model
Keywords:  conjunction, screen, select, key, code
The code used in conjunction with a key to select a particular screen.
an extension following the base name that provides context to the specific use of an object
Keywords:  event, you
an event that qualifies you
Keywords:  database, tables, contains, one
A database that contains one or more tables.