a sealed glass or plastic bulb containing solutions for hypodermic injection.
I had put the ampule away in the medicine locker and deliberately forgotten about it.
Last Resort Stephen Bartholomew
amppl-ii Associative Memory Parallel Processing Language
ampro American Medical Peer Review Organization
a sealed glass or plastic bulb containing solutions for hypodermic injection. Historical Examples The chief sign of the Canterbury pilgrimage was an ampul or ampulla or flask of lead or pewter. A Handbook of Pictorial History Henry W. Donald n. sealed container holding a dose of medicine, 1907, from French ampul (1886), from Latin ampulla […]
- Ampulla of lorenzini
CITE Translate Facebook Share Twitter Tweet Google+ Share 1. any of an array of electroreceptors in the head of sharks, skates, and rays capable of detecting weak electrical signals produced by muscular activity in other creatures. Origin of ampulla of Lorenzini after Italian physician Stefano Lorenzini (flourished 1678), who first described them Dictionary.com Unabridged Based […]