Response may refer to:
- Response (album), a studio album by Phil Wickham
- Response (liturgy), a line answering a versicle
- Response (music) or antiphon, a response to a psalm or other part of a religious service
- The Response (film)
- Output or response, the result of telecommunications input
- Response, a phase in emergency management
- The second half of the stimulus-response relationship in psychology
- The National War Memorial (Canada), also known as The Response.
Other articles related to "response":
... Concentration can be calculated using a calibration curve created by finding the response for a series of concentrations of analyte, or by determining the relative response factor of an analyte ... The relative response factor is the expected ratio of an analyte to an internal standard (or external standard) and is calculated by finding the response of a known amount of analyte and a constant amount of ...
... realm of knowledge what is the dominant response frequency, the range of normalized velocity, the variation of the phase angle (by which the force leads ... for the quantification of the relationships between the response of a structure and the governing and influencing parameters ...
... Free response is a type of question used in tests in education, workplace, and government ... Most free response questions ask or require the test-taker to state a belief, opinion, or write a short essay and support it with facts, examples, or ... Free response questions generally test more than straight knowledge and ask for a "big picture" type of response (see example) ...
... of usage to which it responds, and anticipates a future response ... This means that everything anybody ever says always exists in response to things that have been said before and in anticipation of things that will be said in response ... the past or the future, and which prompts no response but obedience ...
... NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer announced that the NATO Response Force was finally fully operational since all capabilities necessary were in place ... agreed to share the costs of airlift for the short notice deployments of the Response Force ...
Famous quotes containing the word response:
“Perhaps nothing is so depressing an index of the inhumanity of the male-supremacist mentality as the fact that the more genial human traits are assigned to the underclass: affection, response to sympathy, kindness, cheerfulness.”
—Kate Millet (b. 1934)
“Perhaps nothing in all my business has helped me more than faith in my fellow man. From the very first I felt confident that I could trust the great, friendly public. So I told it quite simply what I thought, what I felt, what I was trying to do. And the response was quick, sure, and immediate.”
—Alice Foote MacDougall (18671945)
“The reason can give nothing at all Like the response to desire.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)