Comprehensive Employment and Training Act.
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act
n. order of marine mammals containing whales, 1830, Modern Latin, from Latin cetus “any large sea creature” (whales, seals, dolphins), from Greek ketos “a whale, a sea monster,” of unknown origin, + -acea. Hence cetology “the study of whales,” first attested 1851 in “Moby Dick.”
belonging to the Cetacea, an order of aquatic, chiefly marine mammals, including the whales and dolphins. a cetacean mammal. adjective of, relating to, or belonging to the Cetacea, an order of aquatic placental mammals having no hind limbs and a blowhole for breathing: includes toothed whales (dolphins, porpoises, etc) and whalebone whales (rorquals, right whales, […]
a colorless, liquid hydrocarbon of the alkane series, C 16 H 34 , used as a solvent and in cetane number determinations. noun a colourless insoluble liquid alkane hydrocarbon used in the determination of the cetane number of diesel fuel. Formula: C16H34 Also called hexadecane cetane (sē’tān’) A colorless liquid hydrocarbon derived from petroleum. It […]