Benjamin (Robert). 1786–1846, British historical painter and art critic, best known for his Autobiography and Journals (1853)
noun 1. 2 . [dood-l] /ˈdud l/ noun, Chiefly North Midland U.S. 1. a small pile of hay; haystack. /ˈduːdəl/ verb 1. to scribble or draw aimlessly 2. to play or improvise idly 3. (US) (intransitive) often foll by away. to dawdle or waste time noun 4. a shape, picture, etc, drawn aimlessly v. “scrawl […]
[hey] /heɪ/ noun 1. grass, clover, alfalfa, etc., cut and dried for use as forage. 2. grass mowed or intended for mowing. 3. Slang. 4. Slang. . verb (used with object) 5. to convert (plant material) into hay. 6. to furnish (horses, cows, etc.) with hay. verb (used without object) 7. to cut grass, clover, […]
[hah-yek] /ˈhɑ yɛk/ noun 1. Friedrich August von [free-drik aw-guh st von;; German free-drikh ou-goo st fuh n] /ˈfri drɪk ˈɔ gəst vɒn;; German ˈfri drɪx ˈaʊ gʊst fən/ (Show IPA), 1899–1992, British economist, born in Austria: Nobel Prize 1974. /ˈhɑɪjək/ noun 1. Friedrich August von. 1899–1992, British economist and political philosopher, born in Austria: […]
- Hayem-widal syndrome
Hayem-Widal syndrome Ha·yem-Wi·dal syndrome (ā-yěm’vē-däl’, ä-yäɴ’-) n. Acquired hemolytic anemia characterized by jaundice, anemia, moderate enlargement of the spleen, increased fragility of red blood cells, and increased concentrations of urobilin in the urine.