Definitions for "Quality"
That which makes, or helps to make, anything such as it is; anything belonging to a subject, or predicable of it; distinguishing property, characteristic, or attribute; peculiar power, capacity, or virtue; distinctive trait; as, the tones of a flute differ from those of a violin in quality; the great quality of a statesman.
An acquired trait; accomplishment; acquisition.
A measure of the degree of perfection of all phases of printing reproduction. to top
An indicator of the overall quality of the primary structure.
Term used to descibe the overall colour, clarity and cut attributes of a stone.
a term that can be vaguely applied to any wine. The EEC defines 'quality' wines in legal terms. Countries such as Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Portugal have adapted highly stringent rules for 'quality', based on geographic location, production volume, and analytical parameters of the grapes themselves. In an abstract sense it can refer to the wine's correctness, refinement and clarity of colour; pure varietal aroma and overtones of well aged bouquet; an overall completeness of the finished product. A term that should be used wisely.
A valid quality assurance process to ensure that medical transcription practices are as consistent and accurate as possible. Clear qualification and quantification of errors should be established for the purposes of document evaluation. Accuracy: Medical transcriptionists should strive to ensure that every document is accurate prior to delivery to the healthcare provider. It is the industry recommendation that goals for the medical transcriptionist reflect at least 98% accuracy with respect to all errors, at least 98% accuracy with respect to major errors, and 100% accuracy with respect to critical errors.
Quality is rapper Talib Kweli's second album. It was released on December 16, 2002 under Rawkus Records. It had much critical acclaim and had some commercial appeal from the song "Get By" produced by Kanye West.
A collection of explicit criterion to which an organisational aspires. ... more ...
A criterion used in evaluating information. Quality describes how good an information source is in comparison to other, similar sources.
Socio-demographic term primarily applied to newspapers whose readership profile has a bias towards the A or B social grade groupings. See ' mid-market' and ' popular'. Beginning| Back to Q| Go to S| End
The grade or level of a cognac, designated by the VS, VSOP, XO, and so forth.
Measure or rating of investment grade of a fund.
Keywords:  morphism, semiotic, alg, sem, axioms
alg. sem.] Of a semiotic morphism, the extent to which it preserves the structure of its source system. A high-quality semiotic morphism should map sorts to sorts, constructors to constructors, and so on while preserving levels, priorities, and axioms. Due to constraints in the design space, though, it is often impossible to preserve all such structure. For this reason and because priorities are subjective, one cannot expect there to be a single "best" semiotic morphism.
A healthy sexual relationship is part of quality of life for any couple. Seeking diagnosis and treatment when there's a problem is the sensible solution for any health issue that threatens or upsets quality of life. Men who have sought diagnosis and treatment report strong improvements in the quality of their relationship and intimacy with their partner. A willingness to deal honestly and openly with the condition to and undergo treatment, can rejuvenate this important area of a relationship thus improving mental health and self-esteem.
In a managed care context, a Managed Care Organization's success in providing health care and other services in such a way that plan members' needs and expectations are met.
Quality health care is how well a doctor, hospital, health plan, or other provider of health care, keeps its members healthy or treats them when they are sick. Good quality health care means doing the right thing at the right time, in the right way, for the right person and getting the best possible results.
The condition of being of such and such a sort as distinguished from others; nature or character relatively considered, as of goods; character; sort; rank.
The factor that distinguishes tones of pitch and loudness.
an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone; "the quality of mercy is not strained"--Shakespeare
Keywords:  jpeg, miff, png, compression, lost
With respect to JPEG images, quality describes the amount of compression in a JPEG image. The higher the compression, the lower the quality (because more information is lost). Conversely, the lower the compression, the higher the quality. Therefore, JPEG images with higher quality are larger in file size.
JPEG/MIFF/PNG compression level
Special or temporary character; profession; occupation; assumed or asserted rank, part, or position.
Superior birth or station; high rank; elevated character.
The quality of your web site affects the directory editor's evaluation of your submission. "Quality" refers to utility or usefulness and comprehensiveness. Terrific web sites are favorably reviewed and may even get "extra credit" in the rankings by being selected as "editor's choice." The quality will also influence other web masters’ decisions to link to your site, which affects “popularity” (see below).
the Greek system of components that underlaid their elemental and physical systems: the qualities are hot & cold (active), and wet & dry (Passive). Please refer to the table shown under "temperaments" to see how these qualities corresponded to the system of elements.
Keywords:  qaa, seminars, lectures, learning, sure
Differentiated in QAA thinking from standards: how good are our lectures, seminars, learning resources, "management of student learning" etc. (and how do we prove it to people outside the School).
Academic quality is a way of describing how well the learning opportunities available to students are managed to help them to achieve their award. It is about making sure that appropriate and effective teaching, support, assessment and learning opportunities are provided for them.
Keywords:  monads, differentiates
that which differentiates monads
The quality of a gait refers to its freedom/amplitude, elasticity, fluency, etc. Not the same as Purity or Correctness.
Keywords:  rationis, ens, course
an ens rationis, of course
x is the ratio of the mass of vapor to the total mass of a saturated mixture. The quality lies in the range (0.0K) .
Revising | Seal | Simultaneous interpreting | Standard language | Source language | Sworn translator | Target language | Total quality management (TQM) | Translation | Translation memory (TM) | Translator | Translation company | Translation agency | Typesetting U, V, W, X, Y, Z
The quality or value of a pearl is measured according to a combination of several different factors: the type of pearl, its luster, the cleanliness and texture of its surface, its shape (the rounder the better), its color, and its size.
Keywords:  tonic, seventh, augmented, chord, fifth
the character of a chord given by its third, fifth, and seventh. The qualities are major, dominant, minor, tonic minor, half-diminished and diminished. In theory augmented major and augmented (dominant) would also be 'qualities' but they are usually just considered alterations.
a horse with evident good breeding and refinement, most commonly associated with the Thoroughbred or the Arabian
Keywords:  poor, moody, cattle, muscularity, plain
A descriptive word used for cattle referring to its condition, eg poor, plain, good. Is generally used in market reports when describing fat cover, muscularity etc.
The credit rating given to an individual security by a rating agency such as Moody's or Standard & Poor's.
That oneness from whence multiplicity emanates.
Keywords:  conway, william, mind, defined, idea
As defined by William Conway, quality is achieved by continuously improving all work processes.
as defined by Locke, the power of a subject to produce an idea in our mind.
Keywords:  aither, liberty, principles, two, one
One of the two principles of the Aither (the other is the liberty).
Describes infusions with desirable traits.
Refers to 'cup quality' and denotes a combination of the most desirable liquoring qualities.
a theme of expression which cements, engages and enlivens community while providing a platform for experience and relationship
Incidence of non-quality, broken down into prevention, detection, and failure. Incidence of failure. Incidence of after-sales warranty service and repairs. Timeliness in supply
Keywords:  worse, germany, lot
a lot worse than Germany
This year's rice harvest surpassed all previous years', both in quality and in quantity.
A system of measuring how good a web site is against certain weighted criteria. Some of the criteria that I use to measure quality include usability, performance, scalability, and others.
A term indicating fineness of texture as opposed to coarseness. Commonly used to indicate
The creditworthiness of a bond issuer, which indicates the likelihood that it will be able to repay its debt.
Keywords:  assay, drill, intervals, sampled, hole
an assay or value that has been sampled or calculated from drill hole intervals
an intrinsic property , something that is part of its essence
A dimension of light relating to its hardness or softness. See coherence.
1). In general terms, the quality of a fixed-interest security is a measure of the reliability of the issuer in terms of whether interest and principal will be paid on time. See: credit rating agency. 2). The quality of a share is a measure of the stability of the market price, i.e. a high-quality share will not fluctuate widely. However, individual investors may have other subjective preferences associated with their opinions of quality.
Keywords:  gis, context, fit, purpose, particular
In the context of GIS data, quality usually refers to how fit the data are for a particular purpose.
Keywords:  social, status, high, family, people
high social status; "a man of quality"
of high social status; "people of quality"; "a quality family"
an adjective that describes some aspect of an object
Quality = S satisfactions brought to the functions. A level of satisfaction brought to the need and the functions.
The rated ability of the brand to perform its functions Company's offer into marketplace.
Keywords:  thing, established, doing, right
Doing the right thing right, right away.
a thing already established
An absolute accident completing and determining a substance in its being and in its operations.
Attributes seen as advantageous to success such as feed quality controls.
Keywords:  absorbent, ink
Absorbent, Ink.
Keywords:  discount, premium, see
see also discount and premium
Keywords:  medium, relative, range, size, low
Relative value range for the size and type of item (ie high, medium, low)
Keywords:  across, web
About quality across the web
Keywords:  maximum, damage
2 to maximum Damage
Keywords:  entity, fixed
Keywords:  life
as in quality of life
Keywords:  bond, see
See bond quality.
Keywords:  cutting, see
See Cutting Quality
Keywords:  firstness
a state of firstness