arrhinia ar·rhin·i·a (ə-rĭn’ē-ə, ə-rī’nē-ə)
The congenital absence of the nose. Also called arhinia.
any disturbance in the rhythm of the heartbeat. Contemporary Examples First, a person might, for a variety of reasons, develop a fatal rhythm, an “arrhythmia.” Heart Attack 101: What May Have Killed James Gandolfini Kent Sepkowitz June 19, 2013 noun any variation from the normal rhythm in the heartbeat arrhythmia ar·rhyth·mi·a (ə-rĭð’mē-ə) n. An irregularity […]
any disturbance in the rhythm of the heartbeat. Contemporary Examples His shot choices are haphazard and arrhythmic, always cutting against any recognizable beat. Trailer Park The Daily Beast Video September 30, 2009 noun any variation from the normal rhythm in the heartbeat adj. 1853, “without rhythm,” in relation to musical sensibility, Modern Latin, from Greek […]
arrhythmogenic arrhythmogenic ar·rhyth·mo·gen·ic (ə-rĭð’mō-jěn’ĭk) adj. Capable of inducing arrhythmias.
Juan Crisóstomo [hwahn kree-saw-staw-maw] /ʰwɑn kriˈsɔ stɔ mɔ/ (Show IPA), 1806–26, Spanish composer. Historical Examples Arriaga, a famous ecclesiastic, took an active part in extirpating their idolatrous belief. The Prehistoric World E. A. Allen Arriaga also states that the functions of the priesthood were exercised by both sexes. The Medicine-Men of the Apache. (1892 N […]
(formerly in fresco painting) a second coat of plaster, somewhat finer than the first coat, applied over the entire surface and on which the drawing for the fresco is done.