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Field
Field
may refer to:

Contents

1 Expanses of open ground 2 People 3 Places 4 Science

4.1 Mathematics 4.2 Physics

5 Engineering and computing 6 Sociology and politics 7 Businesses 8 Technical uses 9 Other 10 See also

Expanses of open ground[edit]

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(agriculture) Airfield, an aerodrome that lacks the infrastructure of an airport Lawn, an area of mowed grass Meadow, a grassland that is either natural or allowed to grow unmowed and ungrazed Playing field, used for sports or games Polje
Polje
or karst field, a characteristic landform in karst topography

People[edit]

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(surname) Field
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Cate, American child actor

Places[edit]

Field, British Columbia, Canada Field, Kentucky, United States Field, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States Field, Ontario, Canada Field, Staffordshire, England, United Kingdom Field, South Australia Field
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Hill, British Columbia, Canada Field
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Island, Nunavut, Canada Mount Field
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(other), mountains in Canada, the United States, Australia and Antarctica

Science[edit]

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(geography), with a definition similar to that of physics but in a different context and using unique models and methods Field research
Field research
or fieldwork, the collection of information outside a laboratory, library or workplace setting

Mathematics[edit]

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(mathematics), type of algebraic structure

Number field, specific type of the above algebraic structure

Scalar field, assignment of a scalar to each point in a mathematical space Tensor field, assignment of a tensor to each point in a mathematical space Vector field, assignment of a vector to each point in a mathematical space Field
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of sets, a mathematical structure of sets in an abstract space

Physics[edit]

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(physics), mathematical construct for analysis of remote effects Electric field, term in physics to describe the energy that surrounds electrically charged particles Magnetic field, force produced by moving electric charges Electromagnetic field, combination of an electric field and magnetic field Gravitational field, a representation of the combined effects of remote masses on a test particle at each point

Engineering and computing[edit]

Field coil
Field coil
or field magnet of an electric motor or generator. Field
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of heliostats, an assembly of heliostats acting together Field
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(computer science), a smaller piece of data from a larger collection (e.g., database fields) Field-programmability, an electronic device's capability of being reprogrammed with new logic

Sociology and politics[edit]

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(Bourdieu), a sociological term coined by Pierre Bourdieu to describe the system of objective relations constituted by various species of capital Field
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department, the division of a political campaign tasked with organizing local volunteers and directly contacting voters Sexual field, the systems of objective relations within collective sexual life

Businesses[edit]

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Enterprises, a defunct private holding company

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Communications, a division of Field
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Enterprises

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Records, a record label

Technical uses[edit]

In decorative art, the main area of a decorated zone, often contained within a border, often the background for motifs

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(heraldry), the background of a shield Field, in flag terminology, the background of a flag

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(video), one half of a frame in an interlaced display

Other[edit]

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of study, a subdivision of an academic discipline Field
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of use, the subject matter of a patent license limited to some but not all uses of the invention Field
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of view, the area of a view imaged by a lens

Visual field, the part of the field of view which can be perceived by the eye's retina Depth of field, the distance from before to beyond the subject that appears to be in focus (and likewise, field, in the context of depth, is the portion of a scene for which objects within its range are or would be in focus)

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Museum of Natural History, in Chicago FIELD (magazine), a literary magazine published by Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio Field
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(sculpture), by Anthony Gormley In the field: outdoors and away from home, office, base or headquarters

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agent, the kind of agent, officer or operative whose primary tasks take place outside the office or headquarters Field
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slave, the sort of transatlantic slave who labored outdoors, in the plantation fields

Track and field, a group of sports

See also[edit]

All pages beginning with "Field" All pages with a title containing Field Feeld, a location-based social discovery service application for iOS and Android Fields (other) The Field
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(other) Fielding (other) Feild, surname Feld, surname Greenfield (other) Brownfield Greyfield (other) Justice Field
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(other)

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