arabinosylcytosine ar·a·bin·o·syl·cy·to·sine (ār’ə-bĭn’ə-sĭl-sī’tə-sēn’)
Cytosine arabinoside. No longer in technical use.
any plant of the genus Arabis, including the rock cresses. Historical Examples The arabis is easily propagated by slips or rootlets, which should be taken after flowering. Hardy Perennials and Old Fashioned Flowers John Wood A double daffodil looks horribly out of place, while the double white rock cress (arabis albida) will pass. Making A […]
to place or come under influence or domination: Middle Eastern countries began to Arabize their oil industries.
any plant of the genus Arabis, including the rock cresses. to place or come under influence or domination: Middle Eastern countries began to Arabize their oil industries. Historical Examples With them may be associated Cardamine trifolia and Thlaspi latifolium, which resemble the arabises in habit and flowers. The Wild Garden William Robinson noun any plant […]
a person who specializes in or studies the Arabic language or culture. a supporter of interests, especially in international affairs. Contemporary Examples The only Arabist with real knowledge of the country was a holdover from the previous administration. ‘The Endgame’ Is A Well Researched, Highly Critical Look at U.S. Policy in Iraq John Barry September […]