(Latin: whole, complete)
Motto of Salmon P. Chase College of Law of Northtern Kentucky University, Covington, Kentucky, USA.
2. A complete entity or unit.
3. Etymology: "whole, entire", from Latin integer, "whole"; literally, "intact, untouched", from in- "not" + root of tangere, "to touch".
2. A complete unit; whole.
2. The organization of the psychological or social characteristics and tendencies of a personality into a harmonious whole.
3. The process of placing more than one complete electric circuit on a single chip.
2. The enforced separation of groups in a manner that is discriminatory: The laws governing school segregation of children in classes have been declared illegal.
Some school boards are considering a new policy of segregation of boys and girls; however, the lawyers noted that the law of the country ensures total integration of all school children, including both genders.
Motto of Indiana Northern Graduate School of Professional Management, USA.
2. The state of being unimpaired and physically sound: Architects should make sure they provide excellent structural integrity in their constructions or buildings so that they don't fall down!
3. The quality or condition of being undivided, a completeness: The territorial integrity, goodness, and reputability of all nations would be respected within that nation and by the other nations in the world.
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2. To become united again.
Motto of Massachusetts Bay Community College, Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts, USA.
2. An instrument used to create a thermal model of an environment, measuring the warmth and coldness as it might be experienced by a living organism in that environment.
3. Any device for assessing the effective warmth or coldness of an environment as it might be experienced by a living organism, taking into account radiation and convection as well as conduction.
Conceived of as a thermal model of an organism, the device usually consists of a standard object (for example; a sphere, a cylinder), the surface temperature of which is measured while it is being heated internally at a standard rate.