Essentially

Some articles on essentially:

Pyroxenite
... Pyroxenite is an ultramafic igneous rock consisting essentially of minerals of the pyroxene group, such as augite and diopside, hypersthene, bronzite or ... Closely allied to this group are the hornblendites, consisting essentially of hornblende and other amphiboles ... They are essentially of igneous origin, though some pyroxenites are included in the metamorphic Lewisian complex of Scotland ...
Essentially Unique
... In mathematics, the term essentially unique is used to indicate that while some object is not the only one that satisfies certain properties, all such objects are "the ... is a universal property, where an object is not only essentially unique, but unique up to a unique isomorphism (meaning that it has trivial automorphism group) ... In general given two isomorphic examples of an essentially unique object, there is no natural (unique) isomorphism between them ...
Coso Volcanic Field - Geology
... and flows developed on Basin and Range terrain of essentially the same form as today's landscape ... The two oldest domes contain several percent phenocrysts the rest are essentially aphyric ... the rhyolite is of the so-called high-silica variety SiO2 content is essentially constant at 77 percent ...
Deprecation - Other Usage
... term or expression may be deprecated when the term becomes obsolete, essentially superfluous and either has no meaning or serves no purpose and becomes ... any form of notice), the use of the term "all rights reserved" has been essentially deprecated, as it no longer serves any purpose and grants no additional right or ...
Tales Of Fandom Vol.1 - Development - Terminology
... "Mothership" essentially means "Main series", where as "Escort" essentially means "Spinoff" ... The games are also frequently given what is called a "Characteristic Genre Name", which is essentially a short subtitle or phrase that outlines the game's overall theme ...

Famous quotes containing the word essentially:

    Sorrow has the fortunate peculiarity that it preys upon itself. It dies of starvation. Since it is essentially an interruption of habits, it can be replaced by new habits. Constituting, as it does, a void, it is soon filled up by a real “horror vacui.”
    J. August Strindberg (1849–1912)

    Chance does not speak essentially through words nor can it be seen in their convolution. It is the eruption of language, its sudden appearance.... It’s not a night atwinkle with stars, an illuminated sleep, nor a drowsy vigil. It is the very edge of consciousness.
    Michel Foucault (1926–1984)

    With a little more deliberation in the choice of their pursuits, all men would perhaps become essentially students and observers, for certainly their nature and destiny are interesting to all alike.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)