Instantiation  

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  1. The production of an instance, example, or specific application of a general classification, principle, theory, etc.
  2. Something resulting from the act of instantiating; an instance.

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Instantiation or instance may refer to:

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From Middle French instance, from Latin instantia (“a being near, presence, also perseverance, earnestness, importunity, urgency”), from instans (“urgent”); see instant.




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