Meaning of DOMAIN in English

DOMAIN

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

domain name

eminent domain

is...in the public domain

The information is not currently in the public domain .

public domain

The information is not currently in the public domain .

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

different

How is relevance to be determined? Different domains of enquiry and action work to different criteria of significance.

Conclusion: There is a great degree of variability in the performance of the overlap technique across different domains .

At the next level, objects in different domains may be organized according to a comparable underlying logic.

Sampson applies an evolutionary model due to Simon, originally devised for quite different domains than the present one.

The different levels of domain are examined, and in particular how e-mail and Web addressing are handled.

This need not mean that the private/public distinction vanishes altogether but it applies to different domains .

Nuclei could be successfully transferred between embryos that were in the same developmental domain , but not between embryos in different domains.

eminent

The power company is taking part of his land by eminent domain .

Boston even let one community organization take over abandoned buildings and lots through eminent domain .

The City bought the property under eminent domain proceedings after a protracted battle with the owner.

When Physioc refused to sell his property, the government condemned it and set about to take it under eminent domain laws.

exclusive

Rationing should not be the exclusive domain of managers and professionals.

Visual communication is not the exclusive domain of the graphic designer or the advertising executive.

globular

The highly conserved globular domain is essential for the binding of H1 to the nucleosome.

large

The northern Swanwic formed a very large domain , formerly held by the wife of Hugh Fitzgrip.

The largest basic domain within the amino terminal region is underlined.

new

In the new domains such as foreign policy, the commission will for the first time have a right to propose.

The company charges $ 100 to register new domains and $ 50 a year for subsequent renewals.

Skirmishes are already going on as rivals battle to gain control of potentially lucrative new domains such as.pro.

Verio's new self-serve domain name registration services provide customers with an easy-to-use and faster way to register and manage domain names.

Last month, the group issued a preliminary proposal that seven new domains be created.

other

However, it is not necessarily the case that these characteristics will be exhibited within other domains .

Fiction is heavily over-represented whilst many other domains are heavily under-represented.

The mapping of this input, as it unfolds across time, on to other domains such as semantics will then be studied.

It remains to be seen whether this process can be extended to other domains .

His rationality was exiled to that other phantom domain where the Weapon of Law was being constructed according to dream-logic.

particular

The student acquires knowledge, understanding and a range of competencies in a particular domain .

Its content is not determined by a particular task domain , nor do we assume much grammatical constraint.

It is therefore better to reach some compromise, and perhaps use a word list tailored to the particular domain .

A domain-specific dictionary may provide good performance within its own particular domain, but outside this its performance is brittle and inflexible.

private

It had always been a much loved and private domain .

The bathroom was her private domain .

Generally it is true to say that use of Creole is restricted to the private domain , and informal situations.

The family in early times for Marx belongs to the private domain , rather than to the public and political.

The private domain is that world where families, individuals and associations of private affiliation live alongside each other.

Even Hegel, who apparently extends the notion of autonomy to the private domain does not really do so.

public

The upshot, Mace hopes, is that interface copyrights will be broken and will therefore pass into the public domain .

Freeware, shareware and public domain software can all be legally copied and distributed by anyone.

Broadly, the purpose of the City Code is to protect the shareholder in the public domain .

The aim would be to put as much information as possible into the public domain as quickly as possible, he said.

Indeed as the public domain has become more impersonal and technical so the family has increased in importance.

It was inevitable that women would lay claims to enter the public domain .

Women are entitled to space both in the domestic context and in the public domain .

A company can protect information of this kind only so long as it is confidential to the business and not in the public domain .

specific

It is also possible to take advantage of compounds, phrases and idioms which are specific to certain domains and/or contexts.

Existential claims are more naturally expressed within the context of a specific domain of discourse.

However, expertise within a specific domain is needed in order for the techniques to be effective.

■ NOUN

name

Seven new top-level domain names have been agreed on after lengthy deliberations.

Some domain names have reportedly sold for as much as $ 50, 000.

A simple tactic is domain name registration.

Initial offerings, available today at www.gateway-hosting.com, include a complete range of web hosting and domain name registration services.

Fortunately humans get an easier system to remember-the domain name system that makes up site addresses.

The service provider will register the domain name for the customer and act as the customer mail forwarder.

Bimpson recognised a business opportunity when he discovered that the government had secured domain names for all the schools in his borough.

Verio's new self-serve domain name registration services provide customers with an easy-to-use and faster way to register and manage domain names.

pou

In contrast, the POU domain is a bipartite DNA-binding motif.

The sequence of part of the POU domain of Oct-11a is compared to that of Oct-11b.

Elucidation of the genomic organization of the Oct-11a POU domain revealed a striking concordance of intron/exon junctions with Oct-2.

This provides further evidence that the POU domain gene family arose from a series of gene duplications.

In contrast to the amino-terminal region, the POU domain is highly conserved.

All POU domain proteins are thought to function as transcription factors.

Here we describe a novel murine POU domain gene, Oct-11, that is expressed during embryogenesis as well as in specific adult tissues.

However, seven additional residues are shown to indicate class-specific homologies extending N-terminally to the POU domain .

■ VERB

enter

It was inevitable that women would lay claims to enter the public domain .

Then James Carlson Sweatt enters her book-lined domain , and her heart.

When we ask these questions, we enter the domain of sociolinguistics.

And now Lucky was about to enter some truer domain .

The virus has entered the public domain .

Thus, if the second-messenger network were to enter a domain of chaotic behavior, chaotic variation in membrane potential would result.

Chopra had felt ill at ease since entering the strange domain .

Theoretical arguments also indicate that multicellular neural systems can enter domains of chaotic behavior.

host

Verio previously hosted over 55,000 domain names.

Initial offerings, available today at www.gateway-\#hosting.com, include a complete range of web hosting and domain name registration services.

register

But what if Yahoo! felt the need to register itself under both domains ?

The company charges $ 100 to register new domains and $ 50 a year for subsequent renewals.

The service provider will register the domain name for the customer and act as the customer mail forwarder.

Verio's new self-serve domain name registration services provide customers with an easy-to-use and faster way to register and manage domain names.

remain

Those waters remained the domain of the jellyfish and other floating invertebrates.

Painting the frontier, either as it was or as it is, hardly remains an exclusively male domain .

The family remained ostensibly a privileged domain , even while it was being legally and ideologically constructed and unified.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

In the US, manual labor remains a male domain .

The abortion issue has shifted from the political to the religious domain .

The building was once the domain of the Soviet KGB.

The discovery of X-rays added to the domain of natural science.

Work in skilled trades and union jobs remains a male domain .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

But any illegal littering of city streets is the domain of the four litter cops.

But at the same time, the classroom can not simply be an extension of the experimental domain .

But later in the day, the president of Cook County will call and ask how his domain should be run.

In this domain it serves, to use the unavoidable cliche, merely as a rubber stamp.

Raising the matter in the public domain is not advocated.

There is no reason to suppose that what goes on in one domain is necessarily relevant to what goes on in another.

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