any of several short, rod-shaped, Gram-negative bacteria of the genus Aerobacter, free living in nature and also normally inhabiting the intestinal tracts of humans and other animals.
(used with a plural verb) stunts performed in flight by an airplane, glider, or the like. (used with a singular verb) the art or technique of performing such stunts. Historical Examples The development of aerobatics, air fighting, and formation tactics brought many airmen into prominence. Aviation in Peace and War Sir Frederick Hugh Sykes Looping […]
(used with a plural verb) stunts performed in flight by an airplane, glider, or the like. (used with a singular verb) the art or technique of performing such stunts. Contemporary Examples The aerobatic magic here is something that escapes me, but what do I know? Real Pilots Laugh at ‘Flight’ Patrick Smith November 17, 2012 […]
an organism, especially a bacterium, that requires air or free oxygen for life (opposed to ). noun (pl) -obes, -obia (-ˈəʊbɪə) an organism that requires oxygen for respiration Compare anaerobe aerobe aer·obe (âr’ōb’) n. An organism, such as a bacterium, requiring oxygen to live. aerobe (âr’ōb’) An organism, such as a bacterium, that can or […]
a U.S. two-stage, liquid-propellant sounding rocket developed in the 1940s that carried scientific instruments and occasionally biological specimens into the upper stratosphere. Historical Examples Actually, we used a modified Aerobee, a rocket of proven dependability. The Scarlet Lake Mystery Harold Leland Goodwin