the act of proceeding to the reading table in a synagogue for the reading of a portion from the torah.
the immigration of jews to israel, either as individuals or in groups.
any of the major waves of jewish immigration to palestine or israel.
(aliˈja), (pl) -yoth (-ˈjɒt). immigration to the holy land
(əˈliːə). the honour of being called to read from the torah
a solid appearing reddish-orange as crystals and brownish-yellow as powder, c 14 h 8 o 4 , one of the earliest known dyes, formerly obtained in its natural state from madder and now derived from anthraquinone: used chiefly in the synthesis of other dyes. historical examples from the alizarin-pot-ssium thus obtained the alizarin is set […]
- Alizarin crimson
a pigment used in painting, derived from anthraquinone and characterized by its red color and transparency. historical examples alizarin crimson is a permanent crimson with a coal-tar origin. illumination and its development in the present day sidney farnsworth
aljabr tool an implementation of macsyma for the macintosh by fort pond research. (1995-02-21)
the universal solvent sought by the alchemists. historical examples these preparations now prevented claes from thinking, for the time being, of the alkahest. the alkahest honore de balzac it was the only moment for sixteen long years when balthazar forgot the alkahest. the alkahest honore de balzac alkahest, alcahest, al′ka-hest, n. the universal solvent of […]
abnormal alkalinity of the blood. alkalemia al·ka·le·mi·a (āl’kə-lē’mē-ə) n. a decrease in hydrogen-ion concentration of the blood or a rise in ph.