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Setting

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Adjustment also called Setting

from late Latin ad-juxtare, derived from juxta, near, but early confounded with a supposed derivation from Justus, rightSource: Wikipedia

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The game is set in Novistrana, a fictional Soviet breakaway state highly reminiscent of other recently post-Soviet countries in the design of its buildings and the naming of its streets and suburbsSource: Wikipedia

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Setting

a race of gourmands from the Square Enix console role-playing game Final Fantasy IXSource: Wikipedia

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Setting

Bleach is set in a fictional universe centered on a fictional area of Western Tokyo called Karakura Town, in which most of the main characters liveSource: Wikipedia

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Computer configuration also called Setting

In communications or computer systems, a configuration is an arrangement of functional units according to their nature, number, and chief characteristicsSource: Wikipedia

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Setting

grouping students by abilitySource: Wikipedia

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Set construction also called Setting

a process by which a set designer works in collaboration with the director of the production to create the set for a theatrical, film or television productionSource: Wikipedia

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location also called Setting

In geography, location is a position or point in physical space that something occupies on Earths' surfaceSource: Wikipedia

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jewelry also called Setting

when a diamond or gem is set into a frame or bed, see also stonesettingSource: Wikipedia

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Campaign setting also called Setting

usually a fictional world which serves as a setting for a role-playing game or wargame campaignSource: Wikipedia

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  1. In fiction, the setting of a story includes the time, location and circumstances in which it takes place

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  2. Broadly speaking, the setting provides the main backdrop for the story

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  3. in literature

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  4. Sometimes setting is referred to as milieu, to include a context (such as society) beyond the immediate surroundings of the story

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  5. In some cases, setting becomes a character itself and can set the tone of a story

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  6. The term is relevant for various forms of narrative expression, whether considered literature or not, including short stories, novels, dramas, and screenplays

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