a person authorized by power of attorney to act on the authorizer’s behalf outside a court of law.
Attorneys are of two kinds, attorneys-in-fact and attorneys-at-law.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 8 Various
one-quintillionth (10 -18) of a tesla. Abbreviation: aT.
attr attractive Historical Examples All right, honey, Ill do hit too, attr I tells you dey ain no flour in de house. Bypaths in Dixie Sarah Johnson Cocke Bimeby, attr day had mos give out, hyah come er big lean, lank ole possum up er simmon tree full er green simmons. Bypaths in Dixie Sarah […]
to draw by a physical force causing or tending to cause to approach, adhere, or unite; pull (opposed to ): The gravitational force of the earth attracts smaller bodies to it. to draw by appealing to the emotions or senses, by stimulating interest, or by exciting admiration; allure; invite: to attract attention; to attract admirers […]
the capacity, especially of a pheremone, to attract.