Bayle’s disease (bālz)
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.
Sir William Maddock [mad-uh k] /ˈmæd ək/ (Show IPA), 1860–1924, English physiologist: codiscoverer of secretin. Historical Examples Young Bayliss was evidently very favorably impressed with his new neighbor. Kent Knowles: Quahaug Joseph C. Lincoln Dr Bayliss says as her’s got to go if she ain’t better to-morrow. A Poor Man’s House Stephen Sydney Reynolds I […]
noun Lillian Mary. 1874–1937, British theatre manager: founded the Old Vic (1912) and the Sadler’s Wells company for opera and ballet (1931) Trevor (Graham). born 1937, British inventor of the clockwork radio (1992) Historical Examples Mr. baylis, a young gentleman fifteen years of age, leaped from the chains after the boat had got off, and […]
Elgin, born 1934, U.S. basketball player. Contemporary Examples My wife is a successful physician at Baylor College of Medicine and I own a few small businesses in New York and Texas. Dwarf Tossing Should Be Illegal Bill Klein October 22, 2011 Baylor testified that “(Sterling) wanted the team to be composed of ‘poor black boys […]