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  5  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Issue  \Is"sue\,  v.  i.  [imp.  &  p.  p.  {Issued};  p.  pr  &  vb  n. 
  {Issuing}.] 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Issue  \Is"sue\,  n.  [OF.  issue,  eissue,  F.  issue,  fr  OF  issir, 
  eissir  to  go  out  L.  exire;  ex  out  of  from  +  ire  to  go 
  akin  to  Gr  'ie`nai,  Skr.  i,  Goth.  iddja  went  used  as 
  prefect  of  gaggan  to  go  Cf  {Ambition},  {Count}  a  nobleman, 
  {Commence},  {Errant},  {Exit},  {Eyre},  {Initial},  {Yede} 
  went.] 
  1.  The  act  of  passing  or  flowing  out  a  moving  out  from  any 
  inclosed  place  egress;  as  the  issue  of  water  from  a 
  pipe,  of  blood  from  a  wound,  of  air  from  a  bellows,  of 
  people  from  a  house. 
 
  2.  The  act  of  sending  out  or  causing  to  go  forth;  delivery; 
  issuance;  as  the  issue  of  an  order  from  a  commanding 
  officer;  the  issue  of  money  from  a  treasury. 
 
  3.  That  which  passes,  flows,  or  is  sent  out  the  whole 
  quantity  sent  forth  or  emitted  at  one  time;  as  an  issue 
  of  bank  notes;  the  daily  issue  of  a  newspaper. 
 
  4.  Progeny;  a  child  or  children;  offspring.  In  law, 
  sometimes  in  a  general  sense  all  persons  descended  from 
  a  common  ancestor;  all  lineal  descendants. 
 
  If  the  king  Should  without  issue  die.  --Shak. 
 
  5.  Produce  of  the  earth,  or  profits  of  land,  tenements,  or 
  other  property;  as  A  conveyed  to  B  all  his  right  for  a 
  term  of  years,  with  all  the  issues,  rents,  and  profits. 
 
  6.  A  discharge  of  flux,  as  of  blood.  --Matt.  ix  20. 
 
  7.  (Med.)  An  artificial  ulcer,  usually  made  in  the  fleshy 
  part  of  the  arm  or  leg,  to  produce  the  secretion  and 
  discharge  of  pus  for  the  relief  of  some  affected  part 
 
  8.  The  final  outcome  or  result;  upshot;  conclusion;  event; 
  hence  contest;  test;  trial. 
 
  Come  forth  to  view  The  issue  of  the  exploit.  --Shak. 
 
  While  it  is  hot,  I  'll  put  it  to  the  issue.  --Shak. 
 
  9.  A  point  in  debate  or  controversy  on  which  the  parties  take 
  affirmative  and  negative  positions;  a  presentation  of 
  alternatives  between  which  to  choose  or  decide. 
 
  10.  (Law)  In  pleading,  a  single  material  point  of  law  or  fact 
  depending  in  the  suit,  which  being  affirmed  on  the  one 
  side  and  denied  on  the  other  is  presented  for 
  determination.  See  {General  issue},  under  {General},  and 
  {Feigned  issue},  under  {Feigned}.  --Blount.  Cowell. 
 
  {At  issue},  in  controversy;  disputed;  opposing  or  contesting; 
  hence  at  variance;  disagreeing;  inconsistent. 
 
  As  much  at  issue  with  the  summer  day  As  if  you 
  brought  a  candle  out  of  doors.  --Mrs. 
  Browning. 
 
 
  {Bank  of  issue},  {Collateral  issue},  etc  See  under  {Bank}, 
  {Collateral},  etc 
 
  {Issue  pea},  a  pea,  or  a  similar  round  body,  used  to  maintain 
  irritation  in  a  wound,  and  promote  the  secretion  and 
  discharge  of  pus. 
 
  {To  join},  or  {take},  {issue},  to  take  opposing  sides  in  a 
  matter  in  controversy. 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Issue  \Is"sue\,  v.  t. 
  1.  To  send  out  to  put  into  circulation;  as  to  issue  notes 
  from  a  bank. 
 
  2.  To  deliver  for  use  as  to  issue  provisions. 
 
  3.  To  send  out  officially;  to  deliver  by  authority;  as  to 
  issue  an  order  to  issue  a  writ. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  issue 
  n  1:  an  important  question  that  is  in  dispute  and  must  be 
  settled;  "the  issue  could  be  settled  by  requiring  public 
  education  for  everyone";  "politicians  never  discuss  the 
  real  issues" 
  2:  one  of  a  series  published  periodically;  "she  found  an  old 
  issue  of  the  magazine  in  her  dentist's  waitingroom"  [syn: 
  {number}] 
  3:  the  provision  of  something  by  issuing  it  (usually  in 
  quantity);  "a  new  issue  of  stamps";  "the  last  issue  of 
  penicillin  was  over  a  month  ago"  [syn:  {issuing},  {issuance}] 
  4:  some  situation  or  event  that  is  thought  about  "he  kept 
  drifting  off  the  topic";  "he  had  been  thinking  about  the 
  subject  for  several  years";  "it  is  a  matter  for  the 
  police"  [syn:  {topic},  {subject},  {matter}] 
  5:  supplies  (as  food  or  clothing  or  ammunition)  issued  by  the 
  government  [syn:  {military  issue},  {government  issue}] 
  6:  the  immediate  descendants  of  a  person;  "she  was  the  mother 
  of  many  offspring";  "he  died  without  issue"  [syn:  {offspring}, 
  {progeny}] 
  7:  a  phenomenon  that  follows  and  is  caused  by  some  previous 
  phenomenon;  "the  magnetic  effect  was  greater  when  the  rod 
  was  lengthwise";  "his  decision  had  depressing  consequences 
  for  business"  [syn:  {consequence},  {effect},  {outcome},  {result}, 
  {upshot}] 
  8:  the  income  arising  from  land  or  other  property;  "the  average 
  return  was  about  5%"  [syn:  {return},  {proceeds},  {take},  {takings}, 
  {yield},  {payoff}] 
  9:  the  becoming  visible;  "not  a  day's  difference  between  the 
  emergence  of  the  andrenas  and  the  opening  of  the  willow 
  catkins"  [syn:  {emergence},  {egress}] 
  10:  an  opening  that  permits  escape  or  release;  "he  blocked  the 
  way  out";  "the  canyon  had  only  one  issue"  [syn:  {exit},  {outlet}, 
  {way  out}] 
  11:  the  act  of  issuing  printed  materials  [syn:  {publication}] 
  v  1:  publish  a  magazine  or  newspaper,  for  example  [syn:  {publish}, 
  {bring  out},  {put  out},  {release}] 
  2:  circulate  or  distribute;  "issue  a  new  uniform  to  the 
  children"  [syn:  {supply}]  [ant:  {recall}] 
  3:  bring  out  an  an  official  document,such  as  a  warrant 
  4:  come  out  of  "Water  issued  from  the  hole  in  the  wall";  "The 
  words  seemed  to  come  out  by  themselves"  [syn:  {emerge},  {come 
  out},  {come  forth}] 
  5:  make  out  and  issue;  "write  out  a  check";  "cut  a  ticket"; 
  "Please  make  the  check  out  to  me"  [syn:  {write  out},  {make 
  out},  {cut}] 
 
  From  U.S.  Gazetteer  (1990)  [gazetteer]: 
 
  Issue,  MD 
  Zip  code(s):  20645 




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