similia similibus curantur si·mil·i·a si·mil·i·bus cu·ran·tur (sĭ-mĭl’ē-ə sĭ-mĭl’ə-bŭs’ kyə-rān’tər)
The homeopathic axiom expressing the law of similars or the doctrine that any drug capable of producing detrimental symptoms in healthy individuals will relieve similar symptoms occurring as an expression of disease.
noun 1. likeness; resemblance: a similitude of habits. 2. a person or thing that is like or the match or counterpart of another: This expression is a similitude of the other. 3. semblance; image: a similitude of the truth. 4. a likening or comparison in the form of a simile, parable, or allegory: He spoke […]
An autoprojector (self-applicable partial evaluator) for a higher order subset of the strict functional language Scheme. Similix handles programs with user defined primitive abstract data type operators which may process global variables (such as input/output operators). Version 5.0. Anders Bondorf conformance: extension of large subset of R4RS Scheme. requires: Scheme ports: Scm, Chez Scheme portability: […]
noun 1. Giulietta [joo-lyet-tah] /dʒuˈlyɛt tɑ/ (Show IPA), 1910–2010, Italian mezzo-soprano.
adjective 1. pertaining to or characteristic of apes or monkeys; simian.