accidental hypothermia ac·ci·den·tal hypothermia (āk’sĭ-děn’tl)
unintentional decrease in body temperature from exposure to a cold environment.
noun the study of the prevention of accidents
. historical examples such was the deadly sin of accidie, the name of which is forgotten today, though the thing itself is with us still. medieval english nunneries c. 1275 to 1535 eileen edna power for envye blindeth the herte of a man, and ire troubleth a man; and accidie maketh him hevy, thoghtful and […]
accintnet air combat command intelligence network
a hawk of the genus accipiter, having short, rounded wings and a long tail and feeding chiefly on small mammals and birds. historical examples a dorhawke or kind of accipiter muscarius conceiued to haue its name from feeding upon flies & beetles. notes and letters on the natural history of norfolk thomas browne this is […]
of, relating to, or belonging to the family accipitridae, comprising the hawks, old world vultures, kites, harriers, and eagles. raptorial; like or related to the birds of prey. historical examples an accipitrine bird, the same as that obtained at shair-i-suffer. journals of travels in -ssam, burma, bhootan, afghanistan and the william griffith adjective also accipitral […]