the light blow on the cheek delivered by the bishop in a confirmation service.
pertaining to or having wings; alary. winglike; wing-shaped. Anatomy, Botany, . a brand of daminozide. Historical Examples Horses drag the single carriage up the slight gradient to alar; it returns by the force of its own impetus. The Fortunate Isles Mary Stuart Boyd In this coral the calicle is divided into quadrants by four principal […]
- Alar cartilage
alar cartilage alar cartilage n. Either of a pair of cartilages that form the tip of the nose; greater alar cartilage. Any of the cartilaginous plates of the wing of the nose posterior to the greater alar cartilage; lesser alar cartilage.
- Alar spine
alar spine alar spine n. See sphenoidal spine.
alara as late as reasonably achievable as low as reasonably achievable Historical Examples Buddha, to whom the past is known, had already seen that alara was dead. The Life or Legend of Gaudama Right Reverend Paul Ambroise Bigandet In batches of six, Crittenden and his fifty brave surviving comrades were shot beneath the walls of […]