Specific may refer to:

  • Specificity (disambiguation)
  • Specific, a cure or therapy for a specific illness

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Well Test - Specific Capacity
... Specific capacity is a quantity that which a water well can produce per unit of drawdown ... Specific capacity is expressed as where is the specific capacity ( m²/day or USgal/day/ft) is the pumping rate ( m³/day or USgal/day), and is the ... Due to non-linear well losses the specific capacity will decrease with higher pumping rates ...
Félix González-Torres - Exhibitions - Felix Gonzalez-Torres. Specific Objects Without Specific Form
... Specific Objects without Specific Form”, was shown at WIELS Contemporary Art Centre in Brussels, the Fondation Beyeler in Basel, and the MMK in Frankfurt ...
Kobon Language - Grammar
... These verbs are combined with nouns into phrases with specific meanings, much as one says "have dinner" rather than "dine" in English ... However, some Kobon verbs are quite specific ... There is one exception for sound, for example there's a specific verb for calling a pig ...
... One specific item of criticism is called "a criticism" or a "critique" ... of criticism, which are used generally by almost everybody at one time or another (for more specific types or areas of criticism, see the list at the bottom of ... a person or an animal at a group, authority or organization at a specific behaviour or at an object of some kind (an idea, a relationship, a condition, a process, or a ...
Biological Database - Species-specific Databases
... Species-specific databases are available for some species, mainly those that are often used in research ... Other popular species specific databases include, FlyBase for Drosophila, and WormBase for the nematodes Caenorhabditis elegans and Caenorhabditis briggsae ...

Famous quotes containing the word specific:

    No more distressing moment can ever face a British government than that which requires it to come to a hard, fast and specific decision.
    Barbara Tuchman (1912–1989)

    The more specific idea of evolution now reached is—a change from an indefinite, incoherent homogeneity to a definite, coherent heterogeneity, accompanying the dissipation of motion and integration of matter.
    Herbert Spencer (1820–1903)

    Self-esteem and self-contempt have specific odors; they can be smelled.
    Eric Hoffer (1902–1983)