a three-toed sloth, Bradypus tridactylus, inhabiting forests of southern Venezuela, the Guianas, and northern Brazil, having a diet apparently restricted to the leaves of the trumpet-tree, and sounding a high-pitched cry when disturbed.
He adds that ais “knows there are two levels of approach to this” and has different therapies for children and adults.
A Star-Studded Gala for Stuttering Andrew Carter June 7, 2011
Next time you dictate a word ending in ais, he won’t be caught again.
John Bull, Junior Max O’Rell
This word comes from Wagoush, a fox, and the denominative inflection a ainc or ais.
Summary Narrative of an Exploratory Expedition to the Sources of the Mississippi River, in 1820 Henry Rowe Schoolcraft
Australian Institute of Sport
noun (pl) ais
the three-toed sloth See sloth (sense 1)
Abbreviation of artificial insemination
Abbreviation of artificial intelligence
alarm indication signal
American Institute of Stress
automated information security
ruins. (1.) One of the royal cities of the Canaanites (Josh. 10:1; Gen. 12:8; 13:3). It was the scene of Joshua’s defeat, and afterwards of his victory. It was the second Canaanite city taken by Israel (Josh. 7:2-5; 8:1-29). It lay rebuilt and inhibited by the Benjamites (Ezra 2:28; Neh. 7:32; 11:31). It lay to the east of Bethel, “beside Beth-aven.” The spot which is most probably the site of this ancient city is Haiyan, 2 miles east from Bethel. It lay up the Wady Suweinit, a steep, rugged valley, extending from the Jordan valley to Bethel. (2.) A city in the Ammonite territory (Jer. 49:3). Some have thought that the proper reading of the word is Ar (Isa. 15:1).
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aise as I said earlier Historical Examples Secondly, any man that wants arms, is to fight hard for ’em first, an’ to fight with ’em at his aise afther. Catholic World, Vol. XI, April 1870-September 1870 Various aise ’em up an’ down the hills, Pat, the dear bastes that your father loved! The Widow O’Callaghan’s […]
aisc [National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service] Assessment and Information Services Center Historical Examples Craig Bhadain an aisc (kraik vatn an ashk), Rock of the clumps or groves of burial. Gairloch In North-West Ross-Shire John H. Dixon, F.S.A. Scot
a.d. 613?–678, favorite wife of Muhammad (daughter of Abu-Bekr). a female given name: from a Swahili word meaning “life.”. Contemporary Examples Aisha Gaddafi fled Libya in August as opposition forces closed in on Tripoli. Muammar Gaddafi’s Daughter Hires an Israeli Lawyer to Push for Investigation Dan Ephron December 29, 2011 Ms Jones does not condemn […]