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Synonyms for setting

Synonyms for setting

the place where an action or event occurs

the properties, backdrops, and other objects arranged for a dramatic presentation

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Synonyms for setting

the context and environment in which something is set

the state of the environment in which a situation exists

arrangement of scenery and properties to represent the place where a play or movie is enacted

the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event

the physical position of something

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a table service for one person

a mounting consisting of a piece of metal (as in a ring or other jewelry) that holds a gem in place

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At other times, giving an extra blue punch by shooting with the normally indoor settings of tungsten or iridescent can achieve a pleasing effect.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the influence of humidity and temperature on the setting time of four different commercially available calcium hydroxide cements.
Go to Notification Centre from Settings where you can turn off options that are not needed because every option uses cellular data that drain the battery.
behavior specialists, counselors, mental health, advocacy, and policy organization personnel) who work with high-risk youth in AE, residential, and JJ settings to improve youth outcomes and teacher effectiveness.
The survey included the following question: "In which of these settings would you consider getting your child(ren) vaccinated against H1N1 influenza?
Cover and cook on the high heat setting for 1 hour.
For instance, self-regulation of learning has been found effective in most key areas of human development and learning in school, college, and medical settings, sports and industry, and direct classroom and online instruction.
Examples have also been found in similar settings in Boston, New Jersey, Maryland, and North Carolina (3-5).
Although Caucasian and African American LTS students were equally likely to reenroll in school if they attended alternative educational settings during their suspensions, a greater percentage of African American students enrolled in structured educational settings while suspended (71% vs.
Published by the Institute for Research on Public Policy, the report points out that children from lower socio-economic families as compared to those of higher status are less likely to be in daycare: but for those that do, the average quality of the settings is significantly lower
This graphic novel is set on another planet, "a combination of the settings of Larry Niven's Ringworm and Anne McCaffrey's Pern novels.
A number of master piano teachers have promoted cooperative learning for students in small group settings.
It is instructive to work through Acts noting the variety of settings where the speeches and actions take place.
Public policy and its corollary, legislation pertinent to career counseling, have frequently defined who does career counseling in particular settings and with what types of interventions, the nature of the training these career practitioners should have, who receives career counseling, and the purpose of these interventions.