Aristotle Socrates, 1906–75, Greek businessman, born in Turkey.
Jacqueline (Lee Bouvier Kennedy)
[boo-vee-ey] /ˈbu viˌeɪ/ (Show IPA), (“Jackie”) 1929–94, wife of John F. Kennedy (1953–63) and Aristotle Onassis (1968–75).
Aristotle (Socrates). 1906–75, Argentinian (formerly Greek) shipowner, born in Turkey. In 1968 he married Jacqueline, 1929–94, the widow of US President John F. Kennedy
a process of photographic printing in which paper coated with silver chloride in gelatin is used. a print made by this process.
. arithmetical. Historical Examples And when the last rock-cake had been consumed, declared she had to be going: Ive got piles of arith., and a four-page comp. Twos and Threes G. B. Stern arithmetic
arith-matic language An extension of Grace Hopper’s A-2 programming language, developed in about 1955. ARITH-MATIC was originally known as A-3, but was renamed by the marketing department of Remington Rand UNIVAC. (http://cispom.boisestate.edu/cis221emaxson/hophtm.htm). [How was A-2 extended?] (2001-01-27)
divination by the use of numbers, especially by the number of letters in names. n. “divination by numbers,” 1570s, from Greek arithmos “number” (see arithmetic) + -manteia “divination” (see -mancy).