a quilted garment worn under mail in the 13th and 14th centuries; gambeson.
noun (in medieval europe)
a jacket or jerkin, originally of quilted cotton, worn under a coat of mail
a leather jacket padded with mail
a district of the london borough of ealing
john emerich edward dalberg, 1st baron. 1834–1902, english historian: a proponent of christian liberal ethics and adviser of gladstone
his grandfather, sir john francis edward. 1736–1811, european naval commander and statesman: admiral of tuscany (1774–79) and naples (1779 onwards) and chief minister of naples (1779–1806)
aclad american committee on laboratory animal diseases
aclasis aclasis ac·la·sis (āk’lə-sĭs) n. pl. ac·la·ses (-sēz’) pathological continuity between normal and abnormal tissue.
aclam american college of laboratory animal medicine
aclastic aclastic a·clas·tic (ə-klās’tĭk) adj. not refracting light rays; nonrefractive. relating to or exhibiting aclasis.
the hard, durable wood of a philippine leguminous tree, albizzia acle, used for making fine furniture. historical examples a mile and a half further on, and we came to acle bridge, twelve miles from yarmouth. the handbook to the rivers and broads of norfolk & suffolk g. christopher davies acle (mimosa acle) gives logs up […]