[er-uh n-burg, -boo rg; Russian e-ryin-boork] /ˈɛr ənˌbɜrg, -ˌbʊərg; Russian ɛ ryɪnˈburk/
[ee-lyah gryi-gaw-ryi-vyich] /iˈlyɑ gryɪˈgɔ ryɪ vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1891–1967, Russian novelist and journalist.
/ˈɛərənˌbɜːɡ; Russian erɪnˈburk/
Ilya Grigorievich (iljˈja ɡriˈɡɔrjɪvitʃ). 1891–1967, Soviet novelist and journalist. His novel The Thaw (1954) was the first published in the Soviet Union to deal with repression under Stalin
[eyr-likh] /ˈeɪr lɪx/ noun 1. Paul [poul] /paʊl/ (Show IPA), 1854–1915, German physician, bacteriologist, and chemist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1908. /German ˈeːrlɪç/ noun 1. Paul (paul). 1854–1915, German bacteriologist, noted for his pioneering work in immunology and chemotherapy and for his discovery of a remedy for syphilis: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1908 […]
Ehrlichia Ehr·lich·i·a (âr-lĭk’ē-ə) n. A genus of bacteria of the order Rickettsiales that occur singly or in inclusions in circulating white blood cells.
[ur-lik-ee-oh-sis] /ɜrˌlɪk iˈoʊ sɪs/ noun 1. an infection caused by bacteria of the genus Ehrlichia, which are thought to be transmitted to humans and animals by ticks. ehrlichiosis ehr·lich·i·o·sis (âr-lĭk’ē-ō’sĭs) n. Infection with parasitic leukocytic rickettsiae especially by Ehrlichia sennetsu, which produces manifestations in humans similar to those of Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
1. Environmental Health Services. extremely hazardous substance