Session

Business / Internet Marketing / Session: A series of transactions or hits made by a single user. If there has been no activity for a period of time, followed by the resumption of activity by the same user, a new session is considered started. Thirty minutes is the most common time period used to measure a session length.

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Session Adjective Synonyms: sitting, seating, assembly, conference, meeting, hearing
Session Noun Synonyms: term, period
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Multisession

Technology / Computers / Multisession: A term used with CD-ROM recording to describe a recording event. Multisession capability allows data recording on the disk at different times, essentially, over several recording sessions. MORE

Adverse Possession

Business / Real Estate / Adverse Possession: The acquiring of title to real property owned by someone else by means of open, notorious, hostile and continuous possession for a statutory period of time. The burden to prove title is on the possess MORE

Personal Possessions

Business / Debt / Personal Possessions: The personal possessions of a deceased person which pass to the beneficiary or beneficiaries of the residue of estate unless otherwise stated in the will. MORE

Time Of Possession

Entertainment / Football / Time Of Possession: The amount of time one team has the ball in its possession relative to the other team. Since there are 60 minutes in a non-overtime game, and one team or another always has possession of the ball, the MORE

Possessions Corporation

Business / Finance / Possessions Corporation: A type of corporation permitted under the U.S. tax code whose branch operation in a U.S. possession can obtain tax benefits as though it were operating as a foreign subsidiary. MORE

Suit For Possession

Business / Real Estate / Suit For Possession: A court suit initiated by a landlord to evict a tenant from leased premises after the tenant has breached one of the terms of the lease or has held possession of the property after the leases expirati MORE

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