Object of care

  • 1 care — I. n. 1. Anxiety, solicitude, concern, trouble, perplexity, worry (colloq.). 2. Caution, heed, regard, attention, circumspection, carefulness, watchfulness, vigilance. 3. Charge, oversight, superintendence, direction, management. 4. Object of… …

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  • 2 Care of the Poor by the Church —     Care of the Poor by the Church     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Care of the Poor by the Church     I. OBJECTS, HISTORY, AND ORGANIZATION     A. The care of the poor is a branch of charity. In the narrow sense charity means any exercise of mercy… …

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  • 3 Object-oriented ontology — (OOO) is a metaphysical movement that rejects the privileging of human existence over the existence of nonhuman objects.[1] Specifically, object oriented ontology opposes the anthropocentrism of Immanuel Kant s Copernican Revolution, whereby… …

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  • 4 CARE (relief) — CARE is one of the largest international relief and humanitarian organizations in the world, with programs in nearly 70 countries. Worldwide staffing exceeds 12,000, most of whom come from the nation in which they work.CARE (originally… …

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  • 5 Care — (k[^a]r), n. [AS. caru, cearu; akin to OS. kara sorrow, Goth. kara, OHG chara, lament, and perh. to Gr. gh^rys voice. Not akin to cure. Cf. {Chary}.] 1. A burdensome sense of responsibility; trouble caused by onerous duties; anxiety; concern;… …

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  • 6 care — n Care, concern, solicitude, anxiety, worry are comparable when meaning either a state of mind in which one is engrossed and troubled by something pertinent to oneself or another, or the pertinent thing that engrosses and troubles one. The same… …

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  • 7 Object relations theory — Part of a series of articles on Psychoanalysis …

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  • 8 Object identifier — In computing, an object identifier or OID is an identifier used to name an object (compare URN). Structurally, an OID consists of a node in a hierarchically assigned namespace, formally defined using the ITU T s ASN.1 standard.[citation needed]… …

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  • 9 CARE Package — The CARE Package was the original unit of aid distributed by the humanitarian organization CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere). Although CARE Package is a registered trademark, [… …

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  • 10 care — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) I v. i. like, have affection (for). See care, pity, feeling. II Solicitude Nouns 1. (concern) care, concern, consideration, solicitude, anxiety, heed, heedfulness; conscientiousness, watchfulness,… …

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  • 11 care — [[t]kɛər[/t]] n. v. cared, car•ing 1) a troubled state of mind; worry or concern 2) a cause or object of worry or concern 3) serious attention; caution: to devote great care to one s work[/ex] 4) protection; charge: under the care of a… …

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  • 12 object — ▪ I. object ob‧ject 2 [ˈɒbdʒekt ǁ ˈɑːb ] noun [countable] 1. a solid thing, especially something you can hold or touch: • The firms sell products ranging from art objects to vintage cars. 2. the intended result of a plan, action, activity, or… …

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  • 13 object — ob|ject1 [ abdʒəkt ] noun count *** 1. ) a thing that you can see and touch that is not alive and is usually solid: The boat was bumping against some solid object underwater. candles, vases, and other household objects There are thousands of… …

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  • 14 object — I UK [ˈɒbdʒekt] / US [ˈɑbdʒəkt] noun [countable] Word forms object : singular object plural objects *** 1) a thing that you can see and touch that is not alive and is usually solid The boat seemed to bump against some solid object. candles, vases …

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  • 15 care — carer, n. /kair/, n., v., cared, caring. n. 1. a state of mind in which one is troubled; worry, anxiety, or concern: He was never free from care. 2. a cause or object of worry, anxiety, concern, etc.: Their son has always been a great care to… …

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  • 16 care — I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English caru; akin to Old High German kara lament, Old Irish gairm call, cry, Latin garrire to chatter Date: before 12th century 1. suffering of mind ; grief 2. a. a disquieted state of mixed… …

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  • 17 care — /kɛə / (say kair) noun 1. worry; anxiety; concern: care had aged him. 2. a cause of worry, anxiety, distress, etc.: to be free from care. 3. serious attention; solicitude; heed; caution: devote great care to work. 4. protection; charge: under the …

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  • 18 object*/*/*/ — [ˈɒbdʒɪkt] noun [C] I 1) a thing that you can see and touch that is not living candles, vases, and other household objects[/ex] There are 6, 000 objects in the museum s collection.[/ex] 2) something that you plan to achieve His object was to gain …

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  • 19 object — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. thing, item; goal, aim, purpose, objective. See substance, intention. v. i. disapprove, demur, challenge, protest, resist, kick. See disapprobation, dissent, unity. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A corporeal… …

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  • 20 care for — phr verb Care for is used with these nouns as the object: ↑baby, ↑relative, ↑sick …

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