achromocyte a·chro·mo·cyte or a·chro·ma·cyte (ā-krō’mə-sīt’, ə-krō’-) or a·chro·mat·o·cyte (ā’krō-māt’ə-sīt’, āk’rō-, ā-krō’mə-tə-, ə-krō’-)
A decolorized crescent-shaped red blood cell. Also called ghost corpuscle, phantom corpuscle.
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achsa American Correctional Health Services Association Historical Examples I found in the accents and looks of my achsa new assurances that all which had lately passed was more than a dream. Arthur Mervyn Charles Brockden Brown Carlton and his sister, Mrs. Wentworth, and achsa Fielding, were my most valuable associates beyond my own family. Arthur […]
the daughter of Caleb who was promised in marriage to the conqueror of the city of Debir. Josh. 15:16–19; Judges 1:12–15. Historical Examples Achsah was evidently a woman who could look well after her interests. The Expositor’s Bible: The Book of Joshua William Garden Blaikie Achsah, no doubt, had her preference and her hope, though […]
achshaph fascination, a royal city of the Canaanites, in the north of Palestine (Josh. 11:1; 12:20; 19:25). It was in the eastern boundary of the tribe of Asher, and is identified with the modern ruined village of Kesaf or Yasif, N.E. of Accho.