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The word study is a noun.  Study means (1) a detailed critical inspection, (2) preliminary drawing for later elaboration, (3) a room used for reading and writing and studying, (4) a state of deep mental absorption, (5) applying the mind to learning and understanding a subject (especially by reading), (6) attentive consideration and meditation, (7) a branch of knowledge, (8) a composition intended to develop one aspect of the performer's technique, (9) a written document describing the findings of some individual or group, (10) someone who memorizes quickly and easily (as the lines for a part in a play)Study is also a verb that means (1) be a student of a certain subject, (2) learn by reading books, (3) be a student; follow a course of study; be enrolled at an institute of learning, (4) consider in detail and subject to an analysis in order to discover essential features or meaning, (5) think intently and at length, as for spiritual purposes, (6) give careful consideration to.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word study.
  • Bible Study
    The Bible is comprised of 66 books; 39 in the Old Testament, and 27 in the New Testament. The Old Testament was written in Hebrew and the New Testament was written in Greek.
  • Grace and Truth in the Bible
    The Bible speaks of grace as well as truth. It speaks of God's grace and love, who gave His only begotten Son that sinners might know Him and be with Him eternally.
  • Market Research Guide
    Check out this market research company guide and directory to learn about market research services in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a man reviewing a market research study.
  • Meteorologists
    Meteorologists study how the atmosphere affects our environment, and specifically how it relates to weather. Learn about the educational requirements and professional responsibilities of meteorologists.
  • Antarctica
    Antarctica currently hosts an ever-rotating group of scientists who study the unique and pristine environment there. However, Antarctica has no permanent residents and no native population.
  • University of Arizona
    The University was established in 1885 as the first college in the Arizona territories and is a designated Land Grant University. It is one of 62 members of the Association of American Universities. UA has over 36,000 students and offers 334 fields of study at the bachelors, masters, and doctoral level. It is also a member of the NCAA, Division I, PAC 10 Conference.
  • University of California, Berkeley
    UC Berkeley is the oldest of the University of California System schools. It is a highly selective school with over 300 fields of study and 1950 faculty members. There are approximately 24,000 undergraduates and 10,000 graduate students enrolled. UC Berkeley is in the NCAA Divison I.
  • Oxford Brookes University
    Oxford Brookes University traces its beginnings to 1865. The School describes itself as modern and lists its many honors and awards. There are almost 19,000 students at Brookes, 20% of whom are international students. Nearly 10% of the students study through distance learning. The website describes the school, its programs, and the application procedure.
  • IETF: Internet Engineering Task Force
    The IETF is a voluntary international organization that convenes task forces and committee to study various issues related to Internet standards and protocols. The website describes the various committees. Originally part of the Federal Government, the Task Force has had independent status since the early 1990s.
  • New Mexico State University
    NMSU, a Land-Grant University, was founded in 1888. Its main campus is in Las Cruces with several branches around the state. Total enrollment is over 27,000 on all campuses, and about 1700 faculty. There are 51 programs for graduate study, including an engineering school and a business school. The school is a member of the Western Athletic Conference. Information about applying on the website.
  • Search Engine Watch
    SEW began in 1995 with a study of why some websites did not show up on certain search engines. It was then launched in 1997 on the web. It provides tips and information about searching the Internet, analysis of the search engine history, and help to site owners trying to improve their ability to be found in search engines. On the website are Search 101, blogs, news, stats and more.
  • University of California, Irvine
    UC Irvine, located in Southern California, was founded in 1965. The school has approximately 25,000 students and 1,800 faculty members. The school has several interdisciplinary research Institutes such as the Center for the Study of Democracy and the Newkirk Center for Science and Society.
  • University of Toronto
    The University of Toronto was founded as King's College in 1827. The University has 50,871 students on three campuses. The University has several art museums, four theaters, a Graduate Center for the Study of Drama, Medical and Dental Schools, among others. The website provides information at UT, Toronto, visiting the school, and how to apply.
  • Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America
    The ABAA strives to promote ethical standards and professionalism in the antiquarian book trade, to encourage the collecting and preservation of rare and antiquarian books and related materials, to support educational programs and research into the study of rare books, and to facilitate collegial relations between booksellers, librarians, scholars, and collectors.
  • Association of Field Ornithologists
    The Association of Field Ornithologists (AFO) is a society of professional and amateur ornithologists dedicated to the scientific study and dissemination of information about birds in their natural habitats. Founded in 1922 as the New England Bird Banding Association, this origin promoted an emphasis on bird banding and field techniques. Today, the AFO publishes the Journal of Field Ornithology and serves as a bridge between the professional and the amateur ornithologist.
  • American Political Items Collectors (APIC)
    The APIC is a non-profit membership organization, dedicated to promoting the collection, preservation and study of materials relating to political campaigns and the U.S. presidency. Founded in 1945, the APIC serves a growing hobby. Its membership includes collectors and enthusiasts from all walks of life and every occupation.
    The National Antique and Art Dealers Association of America is a non-profit trade organization of USA antique dealers and art dealers. Their members are mutually pledged to safeguard the interests of those who buy, sell, or collect antiques and works of art. Through years of study and experience, their members have acquired specialized knowledge that has made them authorities in their various fields.
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