Alexander’s deafness Al·ex·an·der’s deafness (āl’ĭg-zān’dərz)
The inability to hear high frequencies due to the abnormal development of the cochlear duct.
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. Also, Alexandros. Classical Mythology. Homeric name for Paris. Franz [frants,, franz,, frahnts] /frænts,, frænz,, frɑnts/ (Show IPA), 1891–1964, U.S. psychoanalyst, born in Hungary. Grover Cleveland, 1887–1950, U.S. baseball player. Sir Harold R. L. G (Alexander of Tunis) 1891–1969, English field marshal. Samuel, 1859–1938, British philosopher. William, 1726–83, general in the American Revolution. a male […]
a tall plant, Angelica atropurpurea, of the parsley family, having broad clusters of small white flowers. a related plant, Smyrnium olusatrum, having yellowish flowers. a cocktail made with crème de cacao with gin or brandy (brandy alexander) and sweet cream. . Also, Alexandros. Classical Mythology. Homeric name for Paris. Franz [frants,, franz,, frahnts] /frænts,, frænz,, […]
Ernst F. W [urnst] /ɜrnst/ (Show IPA), 1878–1975, U.S. engineer and inventor. Historical Examples And then,” Jimmy continued cheerfully, “the Goldsmith generator was knocked into a cocked hat by the Alexanderson generator. The Radio Boys Trailing a Voice Allen Chapman Alexanderson (āl’ĭg-zān’dər-sən) Swedish-born American electrical engineer who in 1906 invented a high-frequency alternator that made […]
1844–1925, queen consort of Edward VII of England. Classical Mythology, (def 1). a female given name: derived from Alexander. Contemporary Examples “David’s death is a real shock,” Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman said. Hillary Clinton’s Hair Gets Twitter Accounts; Taylor Swift Fans Reportedly Send Threats Over Graphic Tee The Fashion Beast Team July 16, 2013 As […]