aptyalia ap·ty·a·li·a (āp’tī-ā’lē-ə, āp’tĭ-) or ap·ty·a·lism (āp-tī’ə-lĭz’əm, ā-tī’-)
apu auxiliary power unit Contemporary Examples In the meantime airlines are changing the way they operate the apu to minimize the buildup of heat. Planes in Flames: Why Does It Keep Happening? Clive Irving July 14, 2013 Historical Examples Having delivered his message, the apu sent back the answer to the cacique, and remained with […]
Lucius, born a.d. 125? Roman philosopher and satirist. Historical Examples The work on which the fame of Apuleius principally rests has little claim to originality. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 3 Various Apuleius had been changed, not into a nightingale, but into an ass! The Red Romance Book Various The sight of an […]
- Apud cell
apud cell APUD cell (ā’pəd) n. A cell capable of amine precursor uptake and decarboxylation and of synthesizing and secreting polypeptide hormones.
a department in SE Italy. 7442 sq. mi. (19,275 sq. km). Capital: Bari. Historical Examples Petrarca and king Louis of Hungary (then on his way back from Apulia) were among the visitors. Pagan and Christian Rome Rodolfo Lanciani He accordingly decided now to leave his camp in earnest, and move into Apulia. Hannibal Jacob Abbott […]