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Noun
/ˈkänˌtekst/,
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contexts, plural;
  1. The circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood and assessed
    • - the decision was taken within the context of planned cuts in spending
  2. The parts of something written or spoken that immediately precede and follow a word or passage and clarify its meaning
    • - word processing is affected by the context in which words appear

  1. discourse that surrounds a language unit and helps to determine its interpretation
  2. the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event; "the historical context"
  3. ConTEXT is a text editor for Microsoft Windows that can open and edit very large files, while requiring only modest amounts of RAM and hard drive space to run.
  4. ConTeXt is a general-purpose document processor. It is especially suited for structured documents, automated document production, very fine typography, and multi-lingual typesetting. ...
  5. In computer science, a task context (process, thread ...) is the minimal set of data used by this task that must be saved to allow a task interruption at a given date, and a continuation of this task at the point it has been interrupted and at an arbitrary future date. ...
  6. Context is a notion used in the language sciences (linguistics, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, pragmatics, semiotics, etc.) in two different ways, namely as
  7. Trama is a term used in mycology to indicate the inner portion of a mushroom's basidiocarp, or fruit body. It is distinct from the outer layer of tissue, known as the pileipellis or "cuticle", and the spore-bearing tissue layer known as the hymenium. ...
  8. Illustrious Corpses (Cadaveri eccellenti) is a 1976 thriller film directed by Francesco Rosi and starring Lino Ventura. The film was screened at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival, but was not entered into the main competition. ...
  9. the text in which a word or passage appears and which helps ascertain its meaning; the surroundings, circumstances, environment, background or settings which determine, specify, or clarify the meaning of an event; The surroundings and environment in which an artifact is found and which may ...
  10. (Contexts) pick context unit; add m boundary marks at beginning and n at end; split into units of length m+1+n
  11. (Contexts) which include the school or classroom, the time of the lecture, the academic community, and so on.
  12. Contexts are one of the aspects of GTD that give it real power. They are a way of unifying actions that are done in the same manner or location. They are typically given the @ prefix but this is not required. ...
  13. A view of a set of related modeling elements for a particular purpose, such as specifying an operation.
  14. Entity and report-specific information (reporting period, segment information, and so forth) required by XBRL that allows tagged data to be understood in relation to other information.
  15. Differentia: Specific background or circumstance relevant to a topic
  16. The broader setting for the scene (political, social, etc).
  17. The circumstances surrounding an issue that should be considered during its discussion.
  18. Anything beyond the specific words of a literary work that may be relevant to understanding the meaning. Contexts may be economic, social, cultural, historical, literary, biographical, etc. ...
  19. Circumstances in which an event occurs; setting
  20. The surroundings, or environment. The context given by the surrounding code determines what kind of data a particular expression is expected to return. The three primary contexts are list context, scalar context, and void context. ...
  21. Everything surrounding the text:? eg. the social, cultural, political, historical, artistic, financial, publication factors surrounding the texts production. And equally, the factors surrounding the reception of the text as it is read ? your context as reader.
  22. the relationship of artifacts and other cultural remains to each other and the situation in which they are found.
  23. The background information that enhances understanding of technical and business environments to which the records relate, eg. information on the application software, logical business models and the provenance of the record.
  24. In the most general sense, the entire situation, background, or environment relevant to an event, activity, statement, work, etc. ...
  25. The circumstances in which an act occurs, encompassing the entities of time, place, agent and referent. The context model is the basis of the DOI Data Model and ontology.