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 […]
Pedro Antonio [pe-th raw ahn-taw-nyaw] /ˈpɛ ðrɔ ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/ (Show IPA), (Pedro Antonio Alarcón y Ariza) 1833–91, Spanish novelist, short-story writer, and diplomat. Contemporary Examples “I guess they went to DSM-IV, but perhaps did not know about DSM-5,” alarcon said with a laugh. Sandusky To Try Nearly Obsolete Histrionic Personality Disorder Defense Jesse Singal June […]
a.d. c370–410, king of the Visigoths: captured Rome 410. Historical Examples This alone was a notable achievement, and already Alaric believed he could perceive a glimmer of the light he had set out to find. Rick Dale, A Story of the Northwest Coast Kirk Munroe Alaric informed Jim that such a basket was worth a […]
a sudden fear or distressing suspense caused by an awareness of danger; apprehension; fright. any sound, outcry, or information intended to warn of approaching danger: Paul Revere raced through the countryside raising the alarm that the British were coming. an automatic device that serves to call attention, to rouse from sleep, or to warn of […]