a major ocean-current system consisting of the Gulf Stream and the Florida and North Atlantic currents.
noun 1. a conflict (Jan.–Feb. 1991) between Iraq and the United States and its allies to expel Iraq from Kuwait. noun 1. the war (1991) between US-led UN forces and Iraq, following Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait 2. See Iran-Iraq War
noun, Pathology. 1. a group of symptoms occurring in some Gulf War veterans, most commonly including headache and memory loss, muscle pain, skin disorders, fatigue, sleep disturbances, and gastrointestinal and respiratory ailments, possibly caused by exposure to chemical weapons, vaccines, infectious diseases, or other factors. noun 1. a group of various debilitating symptoms experienced by […]
[guhlf-weed] /ˈgʌlfˌwid/ noun 1. a coarse, olive-brown, branching seaweed, Sargassum bacciferum, common in the Gulf Stream and tropical American seas, characterized by numerous berrylike air vessels. 2. any seaweed of the same genus. /ˈɡʌlfˌwiːd/ noun 1. any brown seaweed of the genus Sargassum, esp S. bacciferum, having air bladders and forming dense floating masses in […]
noun 1. a form of socialism developed in England in the 20th century, emphasizing decentralization of industry and services with control to be vested in autonomous guilds of workers. noun 1. a form of socialism advocated in Britain in the early 20th century. Industry was to be owned by the state but managed and controlled […]