in the order of the letters of the :
pertaining to, expressed by, or using an :
Below, listed in alphabetical order by author, are 12 of the best columns from 2012.
John Avlon’s Picks for 12 Best Opinion Columns of 2012 John Avlon December 30, 2012
And has the motion of the tables ever taken the form of alphabetical expression, which has been the case in America?
The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II Elizabeth Barrett Browning
An alphabetical list of all persons called to the bar by the said society.
Notes and Queries, Number 218, December 31, 1853 Various
Twelve men, picked from an alphabetical list, may not be judges of art, but they will not debase morality.
G. K. Chesterton, A Critical Study Julius West
The only thing that alphabetical ever organised that paid was a family.
In Our Town William Allen White
This latter part refers to the alphabetical arrangement under such headings as honour, diligent, slothful.
Proverb Lore F. Edward Hulme
For convenience of reference, the names are arranged in alphabetical order.
The White Rose of Langley Emily Sarah Holt
In the first ballot shown, no party name appears, and the names of candidates for each office are arranged in alphabetical order.
Elements of Civil Government Alexander L. Peterman
In the Index, errors in the alphabetical order were not corrected.
The Heritage of Dress Wilfred Mark Webb
The alphabetical Subject Index is designed to guide, both in numbering and in finding the books.
A Classification and Subject Index for Cataloguing and Arranging the Books and Pamphlets of a Library [Dewey Decimal Classification] Melvil Dewey
in the conventional order of the letters or symbols of an alphabet
of, characterized by, or expressed by an alphabet
1560s, from alphabet + -ical. Related: Alphabetically.
to put or arrange in order. to express by or furnish with an . verb (transitive) to arrange in conventional alphabetical order to express by an alphabet v. 1866, from alphabet + -ize. Related: Alphabetized; alphabetizing.
alphaeus (1.) The father of James the Less, the apostle and writer of the epistle (Matt. 10:3; Mark 3:18; Luke 6:15; Acts 1:13), and the husband of Mary (John 19:25). The Hebrew form of this name is Cleopas, or Clopas (q.v.). (2.) The father of Levi, or Matthew (Mark 2:14). Historical Examples And as he […]
alphard language (Named after the brightest star in Hydra) A Pascal-like language developed by Wulf, Shaw and London of CMU in 1974. Alphard supports data abstraction using the ‘form’, which combines a specification and an implementation. [“Abstraction and Verification in Alphard: Defining and Specifying Iteration and Generators”, Mary Shaw, CACM 20(8):553-563, Aug 1977]. (1995-05-10) Historical […]
alphavirus alphavirus al·pha·vi·rus (āl’fə-vī’rəs) n. A member of the genus Alphavirus. Alphavirus n. A genus of viruses of the Togaviridae family.