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  • ideals — [n] moral beliefs ethics, goals, principles, standards, values; concepts 645,689 …   New thesaurus

  • idéals — ● idéal, idéals ou idéaux nom masculin (latin médiéval idealis, idéal) Ensemble de valeurs intellectuelles, morales, esthétiques, politiques considéré comme conforme aux aspirations les plus élevées de quelqu un, d une collectivité et comme une… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • ideals — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. standards, principles, goals; see ethics , morals , purpose 1 …   English dictionary for students

  • ideals — i·de·al || aɪ dɪəl n. idea or standard of perfection, pattern, model; person or thing which embodies a standard of perfection; aspiration, aim, goal adj. perfect; imaginary, existing only in the mind; excellent, best; exemplary; embodying a… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ideals — 1) sailed 2) ladies …   Anagrams dictionary

  • IDEALS — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ascending chain condition on principal ideals — In abstract algebra, the ascending chain condition can be applied to the posets of principal left, principal right, or principal two sided ideals of a ring, partially ordered by inclusion. The ascending ascending chain condition on principal… …   Wikipedia

  • Democratic Ideals — is a rhetorical phrase used to denote either personal qualities or standards of government behavior that are felt to be essential for the continuation of a democratic policy. Advocates for causes across the political spectrum use this phrase in… …   Wikipedia

  • The Fall of Ideals — Álbum de estudio de All That Remains Publicación 11 de julio 2006 Género(s) …   Wikipedia Español

  • Splitting of prime ideals in Galois extensions — In mathematics, the interplay between the Galois group G of a Galois extension L of a number field K, and the way the prime ideals P of the ring of integers OK factorise as products of prime ideals of OL, provides one of the richest parts of… …   Wikipedia

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