Aldrich syndrome Al·drich syndrome (ôl’drĭch)
See Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome.
a brown, water-insoluble, toxic solid consisting of more than 95 percent of the chlorinated hydrocarbon C 12 H 8 Cl 6 : used as an insecticide. Edwin Eugene, Jr (“Buzz”) born 1930, U.S. astronaut. Contemporary Examples On the other was an equally weighty sensation, what aldrin calls “magnificent desolation.” The Daily Beast Recommends The Daily […]
noun a town in central England, in Walsall unitary authority, West Midlands: formed by the amalgamation of neighbouring towns in 1966. Pop: 35 525 (2001)
alds American League Division Series Contemporary Examples In the 2001 alds, the Yankees led the Oakland Athletics 1-0 in the seventh inning. 10 Unforgettable Derek Jeter Highlights (VIDEO) Jack Holmes September 28, 2014
- Aldus manutius
. Aldus [awl-duh s,, al-] /ˈɔl dəs,, ˈæl-/ (Show IPA), (Teobaldo Mannucci or Manuzio) 1450–1515, Italian printer and classical scholar. Historical Examples I was then studying law at Pisa, and one of my companions in the class-room was Aldus Manutius, renowned as a book-collector. The Great Book-Collectors Charles Isaac Elton and Mary Augusta Elton Title-page […]
a malt beverage, darker, heavier, and more bitter than , containing about 6 percent alcohol by volume. British, . additional living expense. Contemporary Examples Lynchburg is a six-month-old German sausage and ale house in the heart of Panama’s San Francisco neighborhood. House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama Jeff Campagna November 29, […]