<dis>positions by Andrea de Poda
<dis>positions by Andrea de Poda

<dis>positions

by Andrea de Poda
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Disposition - pronunciation: /,dispə'zi∫ən/ noun:
1. One's usual mood; temperament.
2. a. A habitual inclination; a tendency.
b. A physical property or tendency.
3. Arrangement, positioning, or distribution.
4. A final settlement:
5. An act of disposing; a bestowal or transfer to another.
6 a. The power or liberty to control, direct, or dispose.
b. Management; control.

Etymology: Middle English disposicioun, from Old French disposition, from Latin dispositiō, dispositiōn-, from dispositus, past participle of dispōnere, to dispose, dis-, apart; +pōnere, to put. (from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.)

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Language

English

Publisher

Publish Date

Dec 11, 2008

Format

Soft and stapled cover

Number of Pages

120

ISBN

ISBN-13