not capable of acquiring a static when subjected to friction.
anem two fountains, a Levitical city in the tribe of Issachar (1 Chr. 6:73). It is also called En-gannim (q.v.) in Josh. 19:21; the modern Jenin. Historical Examples Rue′-anem′one, an American wild-flower; Rue′-wort, a plant of the rue family. Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 3 of 4: N-R) Various
Pathology. a quantitative deficiency of the hemoglobin, often accompanied by a reduced number of red blood cells and causing pallor, weakness, and breathlessness. a lack of power, vigor, vitality, or colorfulness: His writing suffers from anemia. Contemporary Examples MDS is a relatively rare condition that can lead to a depletion of red or white blood […]
Pathology. suffering from . lacking power, vigor, vitality, or colorfulness; listless; weak: an anemic effort; anemic tones. Contemporary Examples Soon after my article was published, McCain was placed on probation at the Times, purportedly because of his anemic work habits. Palin’s Noxious Ghostwriter Max Blumenthal November 15, 2009 Given the anemic economy and three upcoming […]
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anemic anoxia anemic anoxia n. See anemic hypoxia.