1091?–1162, Arab physician and writer in Spain: founder of Almohad dynasty.
The most famous of the professors were Averroes, Albucasis and Avenzoar.
The Evolution of Modern Medicine William Osler
Ebn Zoar, better known as Avenzoar, may be looked upon as the authority in Moorish pharmacy.
History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume II (of 2) John William Draper
Avenzoar (Ibn Zohr) a little later made numerous important medical and surgical discoveries.
The Moors in Spain Stanley Lane-Poole
Avenzoar speaks of a golden probe for applying salve to the eye and for separating adhesion of the eye to the lid.
Surgical Instruments in Greek and Roman Times John Stewart Milne
Avenzoar Av·en·zo·ar (āv’ən-zō’ər), 1090?-1162.
Spanish-Arab physician and writer whose Practical Manual of Treatments and Diet showed an advanced understanding of the human body based on science rather than speculation.
to assert or affirm with confidence; declare in a positive or peremptory manner. Law. to allege as a fact. Historical Examples He was at the moment a graceful and silencing rebuke to those who aver that manner and attire be interdependent. The Spenders Harry Leon Wilson But doth he aver that his people were used […]
a quantity, rating, or the like that represents or approximates an arithmetic mean: Her golf average is in the 90s. My average in science has gone from B to C this semester. a typical amount, rate, degree, etc.; norm. Statistics. arithmetic mean. Mathematics. a quantity intermediate to a set of quantities. Commerce. a charge paid […]
- Averaging light meter
an exposure meter that evaluates light measured from all parts of the picture area to generate an average reading.
to turn away or aside: to avert one’s eyes. to ward off; prevent: to avert evil; to avert an accident. Contemporary Examples Those who claim to respect international law cannot avert their eyes when those laws are flouted. Obama’s Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech Barack Obama December 9, 2009 Second, he could follow the great tradition […]