Beck’s triad (běks)
See acute compression triad.
noun Franz. born 1945, German footballer: team captain when West Germany won the World Cup (1974): manager of West Germany (1984–90), coaching the team to success in the 1990 World Cup Contemporary Examples Charismatic superstars from the great Pelé to beckenbauer to Maradona make illuminating anecdotal appearances. The Literature of Futbol: 11 Great Books About […]
Carl Lotus [loh-tuh s] /ˈloʊ təs/ (Show IPA), 1873–1945, U.S. historian. George Ferdinand, 1847–1919, U.S. scientist and mathematician. Howard Paul, 1899–1960, U.S. sociologist. Contemporary Examples At the end of their call, the kid told Becker he would still walk over the bridge, but from now on would not look down. Sex, Suicide, and Homework: The […]
- Becker’s test
becker’s test Becker’s test Beck·er’s test (běk’ərz) n. A test for astigmatism that uses diagrams of sets of three lines radiating in different meridians.
a short length of rope for securing spars, coils of rope, etc., having an eye at one end and a thick knot or a toggle at the other, which is passed through the eye. a grommet of rope, as one used as a handle or oarlock. a grommet or eye on a block to which […]