?1447–1512, sultan of Turkey; he greatly extended Turkish dominions in Greece and the Balkans
a deep, prolonged howl, as of a hound on the scent. the position or stand of an animal or fugitive that is forced to turn and resist pursuers because it is no longer possible to flee (usually preceded by at or to): a stag at bay; to bring an escaped convict to bay. the situation […]
Pierre [pyer] /pyɛr/ (Show IPA), 1647–1706, French philosopher and critic. Historical Examples Bayle exhausts himself in recounting all the infamies imputed by fable to the gods of antiquity. Voltaire’s Philosophical Dictionary Voltaire He had studied the philosophical works of Spinoza and Bayle. History of the Moravian Church J. E. Hutton Bayle’s portrait does not resemble […]
- Bayle’s disease
bayle’s disease Bayle’s disease (bālz) n. See general paresis.
- Bayley scales of infant development
bayley scales of infant development Bayley Scales of Infant Development Bay·ley Scales of Infant Development (bā’lē) pl.n. Standardized tests used to assess the mental, motor, and behavioral progress of children during the first two and one-half years of life.