also anarchosyndicalist, 1911, from anarcho-, comb. form of anarchist (adj.) + syndicalist (see syndicalism). earlier anarchist syndicalist (1907). related: anarcho-syndicalism.

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    loss of articulate speech. historical examples motor aphasia is, he believes, nothing more than a combination of sensory aphasia and anarthria. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 2, slice 2 various then occurs dysarthria, and, if the path is totally imp-ssable at any place, anarthria. the mind of the child, part ii w. preyer noun (pathol) […]

  • Anarithmia

    anarithmia anarithmia an·a·rith·mi·a (ān’ə-rĭth’mē-ə, -rĭð’-) n. an inability to count or use numbers due to a brain lesion.

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    zoology. having no joints or articulated limbs. (especially in greek grammar) used without the article. adjective (of a noun) used without an article having no joints or articulated limbs

  • Anas

    a collection of miscellaneous information about a particular subject, person, place, or thing. an item in such a collection, as an anecdote, a memorable saying, etc. contemporary examples anas mohamed had just hung up the phone when he heard a rapping at the door. egypt’s vanished: victims of state security force kidnappings? alastair beach september […]

  • Anasazi

    a basket maker-pueblo culture of the plateau region of northern arizona and new mexico and of southern utah and colorado, dating probably from a.d. 100 to 1300. a member of the people producing this culture. of, relating to, or characteristic of this culture or its people: the anasazi communities. name applied by their navajo neighbors […]

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