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[ab-uh-koh] /ˈæb əˌkoʊ/
two islands (Great Abaco and Little Abaco) in the N Bahamas. 776 sq. mi. (2010 sq. km).
- Little acth
little ACTH lit·tle ACTH (lĭt’l) n. ACTH in its normal physiologically active form.
[awl-fœ] /ˈɔl fœ/ noun 1. a plain in NW Hungary and S Slovakia.
noun, European History. 1. an economic and military alliance (1920) between Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia, which were joined the following year by Romania, formed as a counterbalance to the informal alliance that existed between Austria, Germany, Hungary, and Italy.
noun 1. a base in the Antarctic, on the Bay of Whales, S of the Ross Sea: established by Adm. Richard E. Byrd of the U.S. Navy in 1929; used for later Antarctic expeditions. noun 1. originally the chief US base in the Antarctic, on the Ross Ice Shelf: first established by Admiral Richard E. […]