Frank William, 1859–1940, U.S. economist.
Taussig Taus·sig (tou’sĭg), Helen. 1898-1986.
American pediatrician and embryologist noted for her work on congenital defects of the heart. With Alfred Blalock she developed the pulmonary bypass operation for the treatment of blue babies.
- Taussig-bing syndrome
Taussig-Bing syndrome (-bĭng’) n. A rare malformation of the heart characterized by transposition of the aorta, which arises from the right ventricle, and by ventricular septal defect, hypertrophy of the right ventricle, and a pulmonary artery that is situated behind the aorta.
adjective, tauter, tautest. 1. tightly drawn; tense; not slack. 2. emotionally or mentally strained or tense: taut nerves. 3. in good order or condition; tidy; neat. adjective 1. tightly stretched; tense 2. showing nervous strain; stressed 3. (mainly nautical) in good order; neat
[taw-tuh-vel] /ˈtɔ təˌvɛl/ noun 1. Arago man.
adjective, Scot. 1. (especially of wood or hair) tangled or matted together.