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A natural constriction of the channel, a long reach of the channel, a stretch of rapids, or an artificial structure downstream from a gaging station that determines the Stage-Discharge relation at the gage. A control may be complete or partial. A complete control exists where the stage-discharge relation at a gaging station is entirely independent of fluctuations in stage downstream from the control. A partial control exists where downstream fluctuations have some effect upon the stage-discharge relation at a gaging station. A control, either partial or complete, may also be shifting. most natural controls are shifting to a degree, but a shifting control exists where the stage-discharge relation experiences frequent changes owing to impermanent bed or banks.

the domination or sole use of a square, group of squares, file ordiagonal. one is also "in control" when one has the initiative.

the registration and check on data and activities as well as determining supervising procedures and changes related to procedures.

control of the ball by withdrawing the surface in contact with the ball on impact, e.g. the thigh.

control of the ball with the use of a rigid surface, e.g. the sole of the boot.

controlcon*trol", n. 1. (mach.) the complete apparatus used to control a mechanism or machine in operation, as a flying machine in flight; specifically (aëronautics), the mechanism controlling the rudders and ailerons. 2. (climatology) any of the physical factors determining the climate of any particular place, as latitude,distribution of land and water, altitude, exposure, prevailing winds, permanent high- or low-barometric-pressure areas, ocean currents, mountain barriers, soil, and vegetation.control con*trol", v. t. [imp. & p. p. controlled (?); p. pr. & vb. n. controlling.] [f. contrôler, fr. contrôle.] [formerly written comptrol and controul.] 1. to check by a counter register or duplicate account; to prove by counter statements; to confute. [obs.] this report was controlled to be false. 2. to exercise restraining or governing influence over; to check; to counteract; to restrain; to regulate; to govern; to overpower. give me a staff of honor for mine age, but not a scepter to control the world. i feel my virtue struggling in my soul: but stronger passion does its power control.   similar words(51) 

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(v. t.)

To exercise restraining or governing influence over; to check; to counteract; to restrain; to regulate; to govern; to overpower.  

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To check by a counter register or duplicate account; to prove by counter statements; to confute.  


That which serves to check, restrain, or hinder; restraint.  


Power or authority to check or restrain; restraining or regulating influence; superintendence; government; as, children should be under parental control.  


A duplicate book, register, or account, kept to correct or check another account or register; a counter register.  

To exercise a directing, restraining, or governing influence over.

Noun1. power to direct or determine; "under control" (hypernym) power, powerfulness (hyponym) authority, authorization, authorisation, dominance, say-so (derivation) command2. a relation of constraint of one entity (thing or person or group) by another; "measures for the control of disease"; "they instituted controls over drinking on campus" (hypernym) relation3. (physiology) regulation or maintenance of a function or action or reflex etc; "the timing and control of his movements were unimpaired"; "he had lost control of his sphincters" (hypernym) bodily process, body process, bodily function, activity (hyponym) motor control (derivation) operate (classification) physiology4. a standard against which other conditions can be compared in a scientific experiment; "the control condition was inappropriate for the conclusions he wished to draw" (synonym) control condition (hypernym) criterion, standard (part-holonym) experiment, experimentation5. the activity of managing or exerting control over something; "the control of the mob by the police was admirable" (hypernym) activity (hyponym) repression (derivation) manipulate, keep in line6. the state that exists when one person or group has power over another; "her apparent dominance of her husband was really her attempt to make him pay attention to her" (synonym) dominance, ascendance, ascendence, ascendancy, ascendency (hypernym) condition, status (hyponym) ascendant, ascendent7. discipline in personal and social activities; "he was a model of polite restraint"; "she never lost control of herself" (synonym) restraint (hypernym) discipline (hyponym) self-restraint, temperateness8. great skillfulness and knowledge of some subject or activity; "a good command of French" (synonym) command, mastery (hypernym) skillfulness (derivation) hold in, hold, contain, check, curb, moderate9. the economic policy of controlling or limiting or curbing prices or wages etc.; "they wanted to repeal all the legislation that imposed economic controls" (hypernym) economic policy (hyponym) price control10. a mechanism that controls the operation of a machine; "the speed control on his turntable was not working properly"; "I turned the controls over to her" (synonym) controller (hypernym) mechanism (hyponym) cruise control (derivation) operate11. a spiritual agency that is assumed to assist the medium during a seance (hypernym) spirit, disembodied spiritVerb1. exercise authoritative control or power over; "control the budget"; "Command the military forces" (synonym) command (hyponym) preoccupy (derivation) restrainer, controller2. lessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits; "moderate your alcohol intake"; "hold your tongue"; "hold your temper"; "control your anger" (synonym) hold in, hold, contain, check, curb, moderate (hypernym) restrain, suppress, keep, keep back, hold back (hyponym) restrict, restrain, trammel, limit, bound, confine, throttle (derivation) command, mastery3. handle and cause to function; "do not operate machinery after imbibing alcohol"; "control the lever" (synonym) operate (hypernym) manipulate (hyponym) synchronize, synchronise (verb-group) master (derivation) controller4. control (others or oneself) or influence skillfully, usually to one's advantage; "She manipulates her boss"; "She is a very controlling mother and doesn't let her children grow up"; "The teacher knew how to keep the class in line"; "she keeps in line" (synonym) manipulate, keep in line (hypernym) interact (hyponym) tease (derivation) restrainer, controller5. verify or regulate by conducting a parallel experiment or comparing with another standard, of scientific experiments; "Are you controlling for the temperature?" (synonym) verify (hypernym) test, prove, try, try out, examine, essay (verb-group) see, check, insure, see to it, ensure, ascertain, assure6. verify by using a duplicate register for comparison; "control an account" (hypernym) see, check, insure, see to it, ensure, ascertain, assure (derivation) accountant, comptroller, controller7. be careful or certain to do something; make certain of something; "He verified that the valves were closed"; "See that the curtains are closed"; "control the quality of the product" (synonym) see, check, insure, see to it, ensure, ascertain, assure (hypernym) verify (hyponym) proofread, proof (verb-group) determine, check, find out, see, ascertain, watch, learn8. have a firm understanding or knowledge of; be on top of; "Do you control these data?" (synonym) master (hypernym) know (hyponym) cinch (entail) understand (verb-group) operate (derivation) command, mastery

Rhab = n. force; control

Rhabu = v. to control, to check

to confute

person who needs to asserts their control over every detail

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a crucial element of the planning process; tools and techniques that make certain that things happen as planned (1) prevent unwanted departures from planned results and (2) take action in response to signals that the plan is no longer appropriate or isn't being executed properly.(see control tools and techniques).

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Holding company with subsidiary which designs, engineers and manufactures remote control devices for material handling equipment and other industrial applications.

(Or "ctrl", "^") one (or a pair) of modifier keys found on all modern keyboards. If the control key is held down while pressing and releasing certain other keys then a "control character" is generated, e.g. holding control and hitting "A" generates control-A (ASCII code 1). the ascii code for the control character is generally 64 less than that for the unmodified character.The control key does not generate any character on its own but most modern keyboards and operating systems allow a program to tell whether each of the individual keys on the keyboard (including modifier keys) is pressed at any time.Control characters mostly have some kind of "non-printing" effect on the output such as ringing the bell (Control-G) or advancing to the next line (Control-J). most have alternative names suggesting these functions (Bell, line Feed, etc.).See ASCII character table.(1997-07-10)

(CL) The batch language for IBM RPG/38, used in conjunction with RPG III.See also OCL.(2000-04-08)

(CP) the component of IBM's Virtual Machine (VM) that provides "guest support" for operating systems that run on IBM mainframe compatible processors. Cp does this by providing a seamless emulation of privileged functions in the problem program environment.(1999-01-19)

(SCL) The command language for the VME/B operating system on the ICL2900. SCL was block structured and supported strings, lists of strings ("superstrings"), integer, Boolean, and array types. you could trigger a block whenever a condition on a variable value occured. It supported macros and default arguments. commands were treated like procedure calls.["VME/B SCL Syntax", intl computers Ltd. 1980].(2003-01-08)

An object you can place on a form that has its own set of recognized properties, methods, and events. you use controls to receive user input, display output, and trigger event procedures. you can manipulate most controls using methods. some controls are interactive (responsive to user actions), while others are static (accessible only through code).Determines the text displayed in or next to a controlA collection whose elements represent each control on a form.

- static variable in class java.awt.SystemColor  public static final int CONTROL the array index for the control background color.

- static variable in class java.lang.Character  public static final byte CONTROL public data for enumerated Unicode general category typesSince: JDK1.1

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1. authority that may be less than full command exercised by a commander over part of the activities of subordinate or other organizations. 2. In mapping, charting, and photogrammetry, a collective term for a system of marks or objects on the earth or on a map or a photograph, whose positions or elevations (or both) have been or will be determined. 3. physical or psychological pressures exerted with the intent to assure that an agent or group will respond as directed. 4. An indicator governing the distribution and use of documents, information, or material. such indicators are the subject of intelligence community agreement and are specifically defined in appropriate regulations. see also administrative control; operational control; tactical control.  

Control is used in a variety of contexts to express "mastery" or "proficiency": e.g. "Music students attending a master class are expected to have full control of basic skills such as rhythm and pitch".

In computing, control- is a control character in ASCII code, also known as the field separator (FS) character. It is generated by pressing the key while holding down the key on a computer keyboard.

Get Smart is an American comedy television series that satirized the secret agent genre. originally sponsored by Lever Brothers (makers of Lifebuoy Soap) and R. J. Reynolds (makers of Salem Cigarettes), it aired on the NBC television network from September 18, 1965 to April 12, 1969, after which it moved to CBS for its final season, running from September 26, 1969 to September 11, 1970. A total of 138 episodes were broadcast. the show was quite popular in the mid-1960s, and continues to enjoy a cult following to this day.

the null character (also null terminator) is a character with the value zero, present in the ASCII and Unicode character sets, and available in nearly all mainstream programming languages. the original meaning of this character was like NOP â€” when sent to a  printer or a terminal, it does nothing (some terminals, however, incorrectly display it as space). On punched tapes, this character is represented with no holes at all, so a new unpunched tape is initially filled with null characters.

To the degree we're not living our dreams, our comfort zone has more control of us than we have over ourselves.  

including the terms "controlling," "controlled by," and "under common control with," means the possession, direct or indirect, of the power to direct or cause the direction of the management and policies of a person, whether through the ownership of voting shares, by contract, or otherwise.


A device or mechanism for adjusting a component. See cruise control .

device which controls temperature of a heat transfer unit which releases heat.

the capabilities required by commanders to exercise command and control of their forces. [JCS pub 18, Operations Security , Dec. 1982.]

integrated systems of doctrine, procedures, organizational structures, personnel, equipment, facilities, and communications designed to support a commander's exercise of command and control , through all phases of the operational continuum. Synonym C4 systems. [JP1 ]

the facilities, computer equipment, communications equipment, display devices, and intelligence systems necessary to support military operations.

choosing the inputs to a system so as to make the state or outputs change in (or close to) some desired way. (Arbib)A constraining (see constraint ) effect on a variable, a directing influence on the behavior of a system , or the setting of the parameters of a system. any one-way communication, which by its definition conditions a receiver's behavior in some respects, involves control of a receiver by a sender. (Krippendorff )

In a case-control study, comparison group of persons without disease.

in vaccine clinical trials, the control group is given either the standard treatment for the disease or an inactive substance called a placebo. the control group is compared with one or more groups of volunteers given experimental vaccines to detect any effects of the vaccines.

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