of or relating to such philosophical concepts as truth, necessity, possibility, contingency, etc
designating the branch of modal logic that deals with the formalization of these concepts
the branch of logic dealing with truth and error.
(in classical architecture) a part of a pier, flanking a pilaster or engaged column and supporting either impost of an arch. a small wing of a building. either jamb of a doorway. Historical Examples alette was lively, agreeable, and well-educated; but she liked best to hear herself talk. Strife and Peace Fredrika Bremer But I […]
- Aleukemic leukemia
aleukemic leukemia aleukemic leukemia n. Leukemia characterized by a normal or low number of white blood cells in the blood despite leukemic changes in tissues.
aleukemia aleukemia a·leu·ke·mi·a (ā’lōō-kē’mē-ə, āl’ōō-) n. An absence of white blood cells in the blood. Usually used in reference to varieties of leukemic disease in which the blood’s white cell count is normal or low but contains a few young white blood cells. The leukemic changes in bone marrow associated with a subnormal number of […]