microdrepanocytic anemia mi·cro·drep·a·no·cyt·ic anemia (mī’krō-drěp’ə-nō-sĭt’ĭk)
Anemia, clinically resembling sickle cell anemia, in which individuals are heterozygous for both the sickle cell gene and a thalassemia gene. Also called sickle cell-thalassemia disease.
microdrepanocytosis mi·cro·drep·a·no·cy·to·sis (mī’krō-drěp’ə-nō-sī-tō’sĭs, -drə-pān’ō-) n. A congenital chronic hemolytic anemia caused by the presence of sickle cell hemoglobin and thalassemia hemoglobin in the red blood cells.
/ˈmaɪkrəʊˌdraɪv/ noun 1. a type of memory card that has moving parts and can store large amounts of data
[Usenet] A Microsoft employee, especially one who posts to various operating-system advocacy newsgroups. MicroDroids post follow-ups to any messages critical of Microsoft’s operating systems, and often end up sounding like visiting Mormon missionaries. [Jargon File]
[mahy-kroh-urth-kweyk] /ˌmaɪ kroʊˈɜrθˌkweɪk/ noun 1. an of very low intensity (magnitude of 2 or less on the Richter scale).