the simulation of any aspect of life, as through computers, robotics, or biochemistry.
Haf you not got a echukated vooly pig und a feller vot ‘eats ’em alife’?
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The simulation of biological phenomena through the use of computer models and robotics.
. Contemporary Examples For now, the story of a-life is giving West Point a reason to hope. Meet the Liberian Girls Beating Ebola Abby Haglage October 28, 2014 When a-life began, Page was working on an education and empowerment project with young girls in Liberia. Meet the Liberian Girls Beating Ebola Abby Haglage October 28, […]
wing-shaped; wing-like; alar. adjective wing-shaped; alar aliform a·li·form (ā’lə-fôrm’, āl’ə-) adj. Shaped like a wing; alar.
a city in W Uttar Pradesh, in N India. Historical Examples But since the death of Sir Syed the congress idea is growing among the students of Aligarh. The Old World and Its Ways William Jennings Bryan From Agra to Aligarh; and from Aligarh he was asked to more places than he could 154 visit. […]
to dismount from a horse, descend from a vehicle, etc. to settle or stay after descending: The bird alighted on the tree. to encounter or notice something accidentally. provided with light; lighted up. on fire; burning. Contemporary Examples At the end, Fofana stabbed him repeatedly, poured flammable liquid onto him and then set him alight. […]